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High Plains Kickers~


Look at this big gal! I wasn’t expecting to meet her! If you think she looks surprised, you should have seen Jim’s face. My first thought was that I was looking at Dr. 321 more words

MY PHOTOGRAPHS

Cute of the Week: The Weird and Wonderful Ostrich!

Guys, watch out because today’s Cute of the Week isn’t just cute, it’s EDUCATIONAL!!!  Wait, wait!  Come back!  It’s still silly and fun and cute, I promise.   546 more words

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The Six Senses

I hear the soft clanking of the cow (sheep?) bells as the shepherds herd their flock down the neighboring hill. The sun’s rays dissipate through a weakening cloud.

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On the Unexpected Commonalities of Foreign Travel and Flightless Birds

So I’ve spent this past week in Ireland. It’s been cool, but I guess I didn’t really know what to expect. I kind of thought things would feel really weird and disorienting, like my body would feel displaced the way my twelve-year-old self had when I first visited a large island and I felt such an overwhelming sense of place and sprawling wonder, as much as a sixth-grader can anyway. 602 more words

Prose

Quote of the Day: Chicks and Ostriches

By: Milica Marković (milicamm)

“If you’re going to call me a chick, then I’m just going to call you an ostrich.”

One day, as I was sorting through my white cardboard boxes at home filled with old schoolwork, scrapbooks, greeting cards, photographs and the like (’cause let’s face it, the list needlessly goes on…I’m one of those people who just store all their keepsake items together in one place), I came across a yellow notebook with a red plaid pattern and grid paper (let me know if this isn’t descriptive enough, you guys…) that I remember stealing from my cousin, who had kept it in a drawer in our late grandmother’s house, during one of my visits to Montenegro (sorry, not sorry). 478 more words

Editorial

Laughter the best medicine - Cats and Dogs -oh and an Ostrich!

How to give the cat a pill

1 Pick cat up and cradle it in the crook of your left arm as if holding a baby. 1,113 more words

Humour