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something different || q+a collab

 Today I have something kinda different for you all!

My blogging friend Victoria and I have worked together on a blog collab, and she is guest posting today! 408 more words

No 592 The Grass Harp by Truman Capote

‘Do you hear? That is the grass harp, always telling a story – it knows the stories of all the people on the hill, of all the people who ever lived, and when we are dead it will tell ours too.’

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Think, Write, Thursday - on Saturday

The prompt is to describe a tree house hideaway,  but for me, my special spot was a closet.

When we moved into the house where I did  most of my growing up, my bedroom had a closet about 5 feet square.  55 more words

The Northeast Style IPA - An attempt at formulating a new style guideline

The Northeast/New England Style IPA (NEIPA) is a more recent “pseudo-style” in the craft beer scene that revolutionizes the modern day IPA as we know it.   998 more words


The Old Treehouses

Just a short journey from home there are vast acres of parkland, with rocky outcrops, banks of bracken, gentle streams and, near the top of one of the many rolling hills, a cluster of trees known in my family as “the treehouses.”  These are ancient trees that are hollowed out with many years of rough winter weather and lightening strikes.   260 more words


4 cards at Treehouse

another tardy notice…
cards   you can easily navigate from there
to explore the whole site if you wish.


Haiku a Day #4 wee monkey

roaming like monkeys.

making my photo so blurry.

wee kids can’t sit still.

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