So a flock of geese has migrated in to claim the pond right outside Mum’s home. They make entertaining neighbors – but when they come honking by and wake me up too early, I get some really cranky and uncharitable thoughts. 1,281 more words
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I usually resist paint out competition weekends, because they are never really very productive; I wind up usually making paintings in places I don’t have an affinity for and there is not enough time and there is the added pressure of knowing your work will literally be judged. 103 more words
Oregon is a treasure trove for wine lovers, a state with incredible natural strengths that make it ideal for fine winemaking.
But except for a handful of high-profile success stories in Willamette, most of the state’s most fascinating terroir remains undiscovered or undeveloped. 517 more words
The College Dreamer
By Lacy Ramirez
Bright. So very bright.
14-year-old Lacy squinted her eyes, adjusting her round frames, as the stadium lights blinded her. A group of college kids to her right cheered hysterically, then proceeded to hoot and holler as they brushed past her. 505 more words
*This story was posted on MyNAIATourney.org on March 13, 2015.
No. 7 seed Tabor College continued their Cinderella tournament run by defeating heavy favorite No. 3 seed Southern Oregon University in the second round by a score of 72-65. 395 more words