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Serious as a heart attack, or two even.

Originally posted on readful things blog:
*I hate whine posts, so I’m going to try to avoid that.* Very early Thursday morning I woke at about 2:30 a.m. in a cold sweat. I felt like someone had punched me in the chest. My first thought was indigestion, so I sat up for a moment looking…

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Go to a Dinner Theater

Originally posted on Project Light to Life:
#67 “An all new haunted restaurant, bar and social club where guests eat, drink and socialize among the unusual and the bizarre.” I am a sucker for theme restaurants. While I know there are some people that detest even the idea of places like The Rainforest Café, Ninja…

A Manifesto for Expansion by Michael A.G. Michaud

Centauri Dreams     Posted: 04 Jul 2014 05:53 AM PDT   Michael Michaud gave the speech that follows in 1988 at the 39th International Astronautical Congress, which met in Bangalore, India in October of that year. Reading through it recently, I was struck by how timely its theme of spaceflight advocacy and human expansion into […]

Meet Guest Author Jeff Leitch

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
  Hello. My name is Jeff Leitch and I am the proud co-author of Saving Our Pennys. My great friend Roy Dimond and I are proud to have produced this non-fiction work. Roy has also authored two other books entitled The Singing Bowl & The…

A Clean Kookaburra

Originally posted on margaret lynette sharp:
Full marks to this very thorough chap! Is he in line for an award as the Cleanest Kookaburra in the Park? If wetness and attention to detail are the criteria then surely he’d be a top contender. Clean Kooka Copyright ©

Pittsburgh via foot

Originally posted on Photos/Words Stickers/Books:
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Book Review: Greater Than the Still by Sarah Dayan

Juliette Laredo never meant to leave an impression on anyone, but in a city of constantly intertwining lives, her impact is greater than she knows. On the brink of deciding to return to a stable career as a mental health counselor or follow her passion as a pastry chef, Juliette’s worries surface when she is…

Wildlife Portraits

Originally posted on Christopher Martin Photography:
Canon 5DIII and 500mm lens: 1/125oth of a second on f/5.6 and ISO 1600 A prospective client asked for a selection of wild animal portraits recently.  I put together a gallery and really enjoyed revisiting a number of encounters from the past couple of years.  It was great to see…

If cats could change the world

Originally posted on Mageowl's Blog:
If cats could change the world, here are a few things that they would insist upon: ? Catnip would grow like weeds everywhere. Cream would be readily available for all cats. Everyone would stop and scratch any ears that is itchy. Anchovies would be served at every meal. Cat…


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