What Do We Plant What do we plant when we plant the tree? We plant the ship, which will cross the sea. We plant the mast to carry the sails; We plant the planks to withstand the gales - The keel, the keelson, the beam, the knee; We plant the ship when we plant the... Continue Reading →
Our Day of Passing An Anthology of Short Stories, Poems, and Essays Written by Ingrid Hall, Franco Esposito, Dennis Higgins, Virginia Wright, Candida Spillard, Valeri Beers, Dada Vedaprajinananda, Strider Marcus Jones, Adam E. Morrison, Allyson Lima, D. B. Mauldin, David A. Slater, David King, Dee Thompson, Donald Illich, Edward Meiman, Eileen Hugo, Emily Olson, Joan... Continue Reading →
Blue Moon Healing Essential Oil Recipe The Blue Moon occurs on Friday, 31 July 2015, (second Full Moon in single calendar month). Among the metaphysical or spiritual community a blue moon is a powerful moon. This is usually prime time for healings ceremonies. Blue Moon Healing Essential Oil Recipe Blend together the following essential oils... Continue Reading →
Beard and Baby I say, as one who never feared The wrath of a subscriber's bullet, I pity him who has a beard But has no little girl to pull it! When wife and I have finished tea, Our baby woos me with her prattle, And, perching proudly on my knee, She gives my petted... Continue Reading →
The Fallen, Release Day
I want to give my friend, Melissa Barker Simpson (Mel) a pat on the back!
I am excited to announce:
Today, July 30th, 2015 her new book, “The Fallen,” is premiering on Amazon! This link will take you to her book launch site.
After the Demonic War, a battle which devastated the mortal realm, hunter cells were established across the globe to serve and protect every living soul. Maddison Wood is part of an alpha cell in the north of England. But Maddison has a new role now; her responsibilities as Watcher. She belongs to a legion of warriors assigned to serve the Fallen; guardian angels afforded the privilege of residing on Earth.
When Maddison is drawn to the city by an event which resonates hundreds of miles away, she is thrown into the path of a newly fallen angel. But Obadiah is no ordinary angel. He…
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Fishing on the Susquehanna in July I have never been fishing on the Susquehanna or on any river for that matter to be perfectly honest. Not in July or any month have I had the pleasure—if it is a pleasure— of fishing on the Susquehanna. I am more likely to be found in a quiet... Continue Reading →
Shadow Stalker: Escape Part 1 (Episode 11) Author - Renee Scattergood Description Finally, it's time to put the escape plan into action. Auren is relieved when the security system goes down as Makari promised. On her way to Shai's cell, she learns the Galvadi suspect she is a shadow stalker, and they are on their... Continue Reading →
SUMMER HERBAL RECIPE SALE! SOOTHING SUN SPRAY Sale Prices Good through August 2, 2015 The 'Dog Days of Summer' are here! How do we survive? When the power of the sun stings your skin, you'll want to reach for cooling astringents first. The herbs in this recipe are great at drawing out the heat before using an... Continue Reading →
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Signals At the end of our last visit, I waved as the car slowed away from the curb, and Dad waved back—straightened in his wheelchair where he’d parked it at the living room’s picture window, and raised both arms and moved them like a signalman wielding invisible flags on a ship’s sinking deck. With a... Continue Reading →