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Let me start off with….NO I am not pregnant.  But a few nights ago I got hit with a sweet tooth and a craving for a candy bar.   700 more words

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The Mvskoke and Astronomy

Like our Mayan cousins, we Muscogee have a deep respect and rich history of astronomical work.

We built mounds and used poles on them to map the position of the stars. 642 more words


The Prairie

Do you know the artists who influenced the artists who influenced you?

I live in a city now where many streets and public schools are named for 19th century New England literary worthies. 397 more words


Cahokia: Mystery of the Mounds

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

Located near St. Louis in Collinsville, IL, the Cahokia Mounds are a set of ancient earthen mounds often credited to Native Americans who were known as the ‘Mound Builders’. 2,351 more words


For the Love of Veggies (and fruits)!

I love cooking with fresh produce!  However the hassle of going to the grocery store or farmer’s market every few days seems a little daunting.  Luckily I have an easy solution…grow your own, in a garden.   725 more words

Score at Half, Mole 2 - Mike 1

There is a war going on just outside my dining room window. It started when the snow was still covering the frozen lawn, extra-large mole hills were popping up through the snow. 295 more words


Waypoint: Frogmore Mound

N 31° 36.277 W 091° 40.265



Between Jonesville and Ferriday is a place called Frogmore, and it’s more than just a funny name.   513 more words