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Obsessed with The Quest

A few days ago, KPD and I were trying to find something to watch. Kid was away at swim camp, so we couldn’t watch Warehouse 13… 569 more words

TV

Emptiness

Blue sky, floating clouds
Swinging trees, chirping birds
Rain dropping on face,
Wind stroking hairs,
A stillness, A silence
What else?

My Poetry

The Quest (1938) by Cecil Collins

Cecil Collins was born in Plymouth, Devon on 23 March 1908. He early life was physically and economically difficult and he was apprenticed to an engineering firm for a year before winning scholarships to Plymouth School of Art (1924-7) and the Royal College of Art in London (1927-31). 509 more words

Design & Illustration

Finding Excellence in Unexpected Places

When people ask us why we are on this journey, our main answer is that we are seeking those who are pursuing greatness. While most of our findings are in the swimming community, we are seeking this out in anyplace we can find. 302 more words

The Quest

The Journey Memoir/Narrative

The Journey Memoir/Narrative

An Intro:

For our theme of The Journey we will start by briefly looking at and using the trope of The Hero’s… 987 more words

The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World by Daniel Yergin

Incredibly long, but eye-opening. So much more of the news makes sense to me now, like I’ve been given a set of mental footnotes for each story that mentions anything related to energy. 130 more words

Book Reviews

The Quest of the Four Symbols

Today the firstborn went on a quest.  He fended off bad guys, explored a troll cave, investigated a ruined fort and even search for dinosaurs in an enchanted desert. 636 more words

Parenting