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Preparing For A Return To The Gold Standard #writephoto #flashfiction

For Mandolin O’Dorke it should have been an average stroll in an average wood on an average day. The sun shone in a ho-hummish medium sort of way, Goldilocksian in that it wasn’t too hot or cold. 711 more words



“If fortune plays you a bad hand, you can still win if you play the game right.”

Alex Mills grew up learning about superstitions and how to keep herself safe. 295 more words


Grandmother Earth, Mother Nature and You

Earth Day is coming up and is the day after Easter this year. A lot to celebrate of the goodness of spring and renewal. I would like to invite you to create an Earth Celebration either for yourself, or family and friends, or to join one of the many group Mother Gaia parties.  468 more words

Nina Wilkins

The Enigmatic Tales of Lee Jacobs: Pot O' Gold

There is ancient Celtic myths around Leprechauns and their gold. Modern cerealogy tells us that luck is in charms. Meanwhile the sanitized celebration for a genocidal maniac, St. 1,068 more words

Bionic Knight

When Irish Eyes Are Watching

Father John Murphy stood back and looked at his church.  He was quite pleased with this tiny but perfect building that was his first very own parish.  1,397 more words


The impossible possibility of leprechauns

A photo of me sits on the corner of my desk, a photo in which my five-year-old self looks smilingly into the sun of some 1960 summer morning, certain that anything was possible. 816 more words

Guest Contributors

Happy March 17th?

I’d be completely remiss if I didn’t wish everyone a Happy St. Patrick’s day. 

I don’t much bother with it anymore, being in L.A. where there isn’t, shall we say, an active Irish-American community.  355 more words