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Raining Today - Poem by Saira Hafeez

Its running, raining morning today,
Tiny drops touching my skin,
And prevails to soul,

With closed eyes, passing through the peace and joy,
Clouds are dancing in a divine date, 82 more words

20/59 - Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park | 02.12-14.17

Our first national park of 2017! In fact, other than our Florida trip this is the earliest we’ve ever made it to a park for the first time in a new year. 1,492 more words


The Devil Dogs

It was a dry snow; I could tell by the way it swirled in the wind. I shivered.

Old Man Winter wasn’t about to go quietly into the night. 1,823 more words


March blog fun.

I haven’t posted one of these roundups in a few months (to say it’s been an insanely futile effort to get anything done busy lately is a massive understatement), but I’m always coming across interesting things to share, and I’ve been saving up links from a bunch of sources. 373 more words



So, in March were I got an ultimatum from my initial and main job at Dollarama that they don’t work around other schedules and I had to make a choice between them and my second job at Duplicators. 137 more words

Bears tobogganed down the hills


I do have a new Henrietta & Me essay brewing (or two, or three) but meanwhile, here is the latest from Churchmouse After Hours, a report on our winter coffeehouse adventure—posted here just in time for winter’s last hurrahs… 7 more words