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The dog, a shell, and the mark of high office

A man, middle-aged, well-muscled, and wearing a lionskin, is walking his dog on a Mediterranean beach. The dog is sniffing around the shells and other debris that have been washed up with the waves, and starts to eat one of the shells, as dogs do. 919 more words

General

Gemini - the twins

The constellation of Gemini represents the twin sons of Jupiter, whose names are Castor and Pollux. Those two boys are also represented by the bright stars that are drawn as the heads of the figures when you connect the dots. 642 more words

Astronomy

Hair in weird places (WOS #1, Pollux MVP, Tie)

By Jay Livingston

Popcorn sniffles were shared between thirteen old women as Jim Caviezel died on the cross for our sins. The low hum of the church’s old Zenith television, a fat contraption with a bulging sixteen-inch screen, provided an undercurrent for the little whimpers puffing out of all those grandmas’ lips. 3,042 more words

Dad-stronomy 101: Pollux

POLLUX

Location: Gemini Constellation

Classification: Giant Star

Distance: ~34 light-years

Alternate Names: Beta Geminorum

Apparent Magnitude: 1.1

Meaning of Name: refers specifically to the twins of Roman and Greek mythology… 37 more words

Dad Life

Tattooed soul - Poem

Hello everyone! I’m really excited because my second poetry book, Eyelahes’ rhythm, is up to pre-orders now on Amazon, Apple iBooks, Google play, Barnes & Noble and Kobo! 221 more words

Poem

Lifting up the Little

“For who has despised the day of small things? for they shall rejoice, and shall see the plumbline in the hand of Zerubbabel…”

Zechariah 4.10 840 more words

AIM - Missions

Back to School Spring Semester Edition

I love college for the simple fact that one can have two “back to schools” a year (more if you want to torture yourself with an intercession course).   1,119 more words

Pencil