K is for Kismet

A to Z April Blogging Challenge http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/ K is for Kismet Dan had grown up in a small town just outside of New Orleans. He never knew his father. He doubted if his mother even knew who his father was. She was very promiscuous. She had been a beautiful woman. She was long and lean,... Continue Reading →

Brown

Today, for Brown Day, I want to talk about the gemstone, Tigers Eye. Tigers Eye comes from a type of Quartz. It is one of the chatoyant gemstones, that includes: Malachite, Jade, Obsidian, and more. Tigers Eye is a semi-precious stone. The name, Tigers Eye, comes from the Greek term psudomorph, which means 'false form'.... Continue Reading →

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