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from here to there

from the mountains

to the sea

and a few sights in between

“If you celebrate your differentness, the world will, too. It believes exactly what you tell it – through the words you use to describe yourself, the actions you take to care for yourself, and the choices you make to express yourself. 35 more words

Matters Of Love

The gates of my garden are left open to wanderers

They say I’m too friendly and I shouldn’t be so trusting

and that matters of love are a waste of time… 45 more words

Creative Writing

The Orchard

The orchard in the late afternoon sun. 

Time passes quickly. I can’t believe that five years have passed here, at the modest & pastoral Hillcrest Farm in Goffstown, New Hampshire. 805 more words

Teaching the History of Colonial-Era Natives

Throughout time, the history of Native Americans has been a topic often overlooked or ignored. While today we know this history to be one of vibrant societies that had their world changed with the arrival of Europeans, this is a history that is continuously ever changing. 1,680 more words

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The Dead Zone - Stephen King Novel

The Dead Zone  by Stephen King

This classic, by the master horror writer, was first published in 1977 but has aged remarkably well. It’s strange to think that some readers of such fiction today were not even a glint in their sexed-up father’s eye when King penned… 1,033 more words

Book Review

Tamworth - home to the Golden Guitar and awesome playgrounds!

From the day that we made the decision to go to the Commonwealth Games, it seemed like we had ages to wait. But as always, time snuck up on us & before we knew it, we were doing last minute packing. 1,184 more words

Out & About

The Salem Witch Trials as a Cautionary Tale

In 1692, the Salem Witch Trials engulfed colonial New England in what is often described as a hysterical witch hunt. Twenty people died in the Massachusetts colony as accusations of witchcraft offered explanations for the unexplained. 1,556 more words

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