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On a hill above a highway
all these passing cars
make me wonder where they are going
and what their reasons are
are they going someplace good… 40 more words

Mysteries of the Universe

January 18th

Today I saw TED talks
on their web site, ya’ know?
about how the universe
is more mysterious than we know.

I felt messages… 87 more words


#amreading: Peter Lovesey, SKELETON HILL

Having dispatched The Executioner’s Song (Stopped not-quite-halfway), self is starting her first Peter Lovesey, Skeleton Hill.

p. 9:

  • He had entered a field, staying roughly parallel with the road, when there was a rich splash of red in the evening sun as a fox broke from its cover and dashed in front of him only a few yards ahead.
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A Casual "Walk and Talk"

Over the weekend I took to the park again to record another video.  I enjoyed my first foray into doing a video log and wanted to continue.   322 more words

Earth Energy

AUTHOR PROFILE: Julie E. Bloemeke, writer featured in the NANCY DREW ANTHOLOGY

We asked the 97 contributors to the Nancy Drew Anthology (Silver Birch Press, October 2016) to send photos featuring the book in their home environments for a series we’re calling “Nancy Drew Around the World.” Author Julie E. 1,224 more words


Read Recently -- June 2016 -- Mysteries

Arsenic and Old Books: a cat in the stacks mystery by Miranda James

When last I wrote about the “Cat in the Stacks” mysteries ( 1,503 more words