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Wondered ~ 24 September 2016

Within her tears

a wisp of brown into woman’s form.

Brought her spirit to the stone,

and held her close within her pain.

After long embrace, 152 more words


Day 1 ?

Mr. Metal is in the wilderness checking out our potential new home today.. I’m at home, in the dreary, frozen city tundra (possibly the only cold person here?) awaiting his phone call if its worth pursuing or not.   26 more words


Lost Experiences: Getting Lost

Abrupt climate change frequently gets discussed in the same manner as all the other topics covered in the evening news. Many anchors start off with “a new study” or “a new heat record” to show how climate change is evolving on a day by day basis. 608 more words

Climate Change

The Wilderness Experience – Easy Does It (Part 2)

Hello Readers,

About two weeks ago, I wrote a blog about my wilderness experience: https://belovedgeliebt.wordpress.com/2016/09/12/the-wilderness-experience-easy-does-it. I would like to share an update.

As the previous blog had mentioned, I had a Pidgeotto (the evolve version of Pidgey) who, under the right conditions, can evolve to another Pokemon. 414 more words

Diary Entry

Devil's Honeycomb

Late September and Early October is my favorite time of year in Missouri. The mornings are brisk and the afternoons are mostly sunny with mild temperatures and much less humity than the warm summers have to offer. 270 more words

Texturized Wilderness Poster

Lately, the tutorials I have been using to further my skills regarding Adobe Illustrator have a theme of adding texture to a design. The reason why I have been using texturizing tutorials is because I wanted to add another dimension to my designs. 109 more words

Blog Post

Common Merganser

Oh to be a teenager.

A young common merganser enjoys a sunny fall afternoon lounging on a rock in Sting Lake. Grand Teton National Park, WY.