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Isadora is a variant spelling of Isidora, the feminine form of Isidore which comes from Ancient Greek Isidoros meaning “gift of Isis”, Isis being an Egyptian goddess combined with Ancient Greek  53 more words


Icarus (with recording)



Currents of breath, the slight curve and lift
within a single motion, once

poised then released as if to say
the wind is mine, or wait, 58 more words


The Best of Geek

So there you have it, my top 5 favorite geeky crochet patterns. It was so hard to narrow down the list from all of my other patterns (after all, almost all of them are geek-related!), but it’s a list I’m pretty proud of! 694 more words


The Second Coming, a retelling by Karina Tynan

It was after the great flood three hundred years after Ceasair’s people were gone, a second wave of settlers came to Ireland. These were Dealgnat, Partholón and their people who came from Greece. 1,770 more words


Meera And I

I read about Meera,

A fifteenth century princess who left her kingdom for love,

Walked miles and miles to meet her beloved,

In the sun, in sand, in darkness and in pain, 153 more words


The Real Loki

Tom Hiddleston stars as everyone’s favorite MCU shape-shifter Loki. Here he is shown as the mischievous, quick witted and self-centered younger brother is Thor and adopted son of Odin. 535 more words

Nerdy And Wordy

Circe by Madeline Miller

GoodReads Summary:
In the house of Helios, god of the sun and mightiest of the Titans, a daughter is born. But Circe is a strange child—not powerful, like her father, nor viciously alluring like her mother. 349 more words

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