Welcome to a new adventure! The last one ended quite well for you. Let's hope things go as well this time=) Thanks for stopping by and hope you enjoy. Chalice The fog’s dense white mass obscures everything but a five-foot circle around you. It makes finding the cave difficult but finally you hear the soft roar of the… Continue reading Chalice
Welcome to Friday, Wow, this week has been a huge blessing. Early in the week Joe Warnimont (Writewithwarnimont) nominated me for the Liebster Blog award. I was blown away...then Inion N. Mathair nominated me for the Reality Blog Award. Over the last few months I've realized how amazing the blog community is. They're supportive without… Continue reading Reality Blog Award
The blogging sphere is a generous world. Thanks to Joe Warnimont (Writewithwarnimont.com), I've been nominated for the Liebster Award, which is an award basically to congratulate up and coming blogs with less than 200 followers. Sounds like me. I'm incredibly honored at this. Thank you, Joe. So, part of the award say I'm to tell… Continue reading Liebster Award? What?
Good Morning! Today's story is brought to you from Leslie Rohman. A wonderful woman with a great imagination who's figuring out how to put that imagination into stories! I love her descriptions! Nough said. Sunshine's Edge *Sigh* A huge puff of smoke escaped the dragon’s nostrils. What a predicament! A fairy here! And his current deal with… Continue reading Sunshine’s Edge
"Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence. Day after day he invents machines and devices that increase noise and distract humanity from the essence of life, contemplation, meditation..." -Jean Arp Our world is noisy! The radio’s playing, the drier’s running, the dog’s barking, the television’s talking, the phone’s… Continue reading The Silence
"If you make listening and observation your occupation you will gain much more than you can by talk." -Robert Baden-Powell This last October I joined my sister for my first ever hunting experience. This meant a 4:30am alarm, all day scouting, and late night returns for dinner to fall asleep for another 4:30 start. For… Continue reading Tunnel Vision