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Medieval Times - A Royal Fare

If you are coming to Orlando, Florida on your travels you will definitely want to venture off the beaten path and discover the experiences that await you in Kissimmee.   583 more words

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In my recent Moving Beyond the Page lesson, I learned about monks and the journey to monk-hood. Below is a letter that I wrote as if I was just becoming a novice and on my way to monk-hood. 605 more words

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A World of Contrasts

Before getting married I lived in a rural Zulu community for two years where I taught English at a mission school. The Msinga area is a network of valleys joined by the hip-sway of dusty roads that curve round the side of the hills that keep the Tugela River company as it runs on its course to the sea. 640 more words

Books!

Exposing those dirty rats!

Warning: Do not consume with breakfast.

The Black Death killed as many as two-hundred million (200,000,000) people in Europe and Asia in the middle years of the 14th century — roughly 1330 to 1360. 421 more words

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Lady and the Unicorn

Lady and the Unicorn is a new painting to add to my mythical creatures series.  I’ve always been fascinated by unicorns and wondered if they ever actually existed. 178 more words

Acrylic Painting

Publishing the hard way

manuscript (n.)
“document or book written by hand,” 1590s (adj.), c.1600 (n.), from Medieval Latin manuscriptum “document written by hand,” from Latin manu scriptus “written by hand,” from manu, ablative of manus “hand” (see manual (adj.)) + scriptus (neuter scriptum), past participle of scribere “to write” (see script (n.)). 368 more words

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Recap: Spring Break 2015

As you may know, I went to Myrtle Beach last week for my spring break. My best friends Marion & Matt, as well as my boyfriend Andrew packed up A’s tiny Prius and hit the road…14 hours to be exact. 386 more words

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