I have two Aunts, well more but, for the purposes of this particular story… TWO! Let’s keep it simple shall we? Once, a few years ago, or maybe last year, I lose track, my Aunts came to have lunch and visit with my Mom.… Continue Reading “A to Z Jam, possibly Jelly – A story of two wrong conclusions!”
On reading at least, which is important. Getting to read through some posts and comment is an important part of the A to Z challenge. Of course I am still behind on writing and something else I wanted to do this year. I’m unsure… Continue Reading “A to Z Challenge – Letter “I” For I am Caught up…”
Some of you are aware of my issue with Gnomes… Not like magical gnomes. But the figurines. Although Gnomes in general are a bit irritating. Which is what we are going to discuss now, maybe. Since the original Gnome tirade I made umm… 9… Continue Reading “Gnomes – Again, indeed! GNOMES!”
Talking about embarrassment could be a winner for me considering how far behind I am already. It’s ok though, I know everyone will forgive me and that is enough to keep my face from turning red. Everyone becomes embarrassed from time to time. The… Continue Reading “The letter E for A to Z is Embarrased!”
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Space exploration and development - more than numbers
Changing the way you think, changes the way you feel.
Home of Monty Vern
"Whatever you do, don´t stop writing, write only for yourself if that´s what you want". It might sound as nothing, but in a time in which I doubted so much about myself, it meant the world for me.
Figuring Out the Stuff Between the Beginning and the End
Exploring and celebrating the tabletop hobby
Leveling up through Baking, Books & Creativity
On the Way to Wholeness
“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” — Maya Angelou
by Sindia M. Rivera-Jiménez, Ph.D.
From the mind of an English professor