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Myth Monday: Retelling Recs

Last week on Myth Monday: Sea of Monsters, monster recap

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Today I have two recommendations for myth-lovers. 745 more words


Love Among the Chickens

Nothing is more natural than bad behavior. I only have to look outside at the chickens to understand that. Right this minute, I have one chicken who is isolated from the other 11 members of the flock. 573 more words


It's Not Whether You Leave, But How You Stay

It’s not just a question of whether to stay or leave.  It’s also a question of how you stay or how you leave. 1,887 more words

Ursula LeGuin

I fell in love with you in the way the best loves happen—that is, almost entirely by accident.

We were living in England while my mother worked with the US Air Force; I was in 6th grade.

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“Lavinia” by Ursula LeGuin

Ursula Leguin is described as an author who is “hard to categorize”. True! I’ve probably, in my random fashion, read about 25% of her works, often without realizing they originated from the same author. 135 more words

The Light of Words

It’s important to remember things, to love things. To go back and do simple, sometimes tedious things. Sometimes I find quotes in books that ring inside my head; things that remind me to stay strong and stay bright. 155 more words

Lines Of Living