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What comes to your mind when you see the word ARTIST? If you’re like most people you probably have a vision of paintings or sketches from a well-known figure all dated and signed. 426 more words

A To Z Blogging Challenge

Count Down to Glorious Easter_ Day 4

This is the Thursday before the Crucifixion of Jesus.  On Holy Thursday (also called Maundy Thursday), Christians commemorate the Last Supper—a Passover meal that Jesus shared with his disciples the night before his death, which we shared in our last blog.   71 more words

Boyer Writes

Can prodigy be fostered?

My son turns 12 last month (still can’t quite believe it). With a great amount of prompting, coaxing and coaching, and not the least contingent rewards, I have made him a very accomplished young violinist. 154 more words


Variations: Angler-fish, Carrachan, Devil-fish, Keddle-man, Kethrie, Kettach, Kilmaddy, Marmaid, Mareillen, Marsgum, Masgum, Meermaid, Merlin-fish, Molly Gowan, Monk-fish, Plucker, Shoemaker, Toad-fish, Weever, Wide-gab

The Marool of Shetland is a malevolent marine devil, appearing in the form of a fish. 84 more words

Ocean And Sea

Week 6, Seraphina by Rachel Hartman

WEEK 6, Seraphina by Rachel Hartman

Hartman, R. (2012). Seraphina: A novel . New York, NY: Random House.

This enchanting fantasy novel meshes the human and dragon world as the 4oth anniversary of peace between the two species approaches.   737 more words

NuovoGiorno Assists European Musical Talent

Don Teolis is a founding member of NuovoGiorno, a music production organization based in Italy. Don Teolis’ involvement with NuovoGiorno includes assisting with studio endeavors, developing songwriters, and in locating artists for projects. 127 more words

Don Teolis


Variations: Sirānas, Suryānās, Sirinā, Siwānis

According to al-Qazwini, the Sirānis can be found in the undergrowth of Kabul and Zabulistan. Its name is derived from the Greek siren, from which the sirānis evolved beyond recognition. 318 more words