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The Revenant #FridayFictioneers

She lit the candle on the windowsill and bent to slip on her mud-caked shoes. “What would happen I followed you?” I asked. She plucked the candle out of its holder and looked back at me.  “Do you know the … Continue reading

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Pens and Swords #poetrybyglossarch

Pens and Swords   Two Legs Aren’t Balanced Tend to Topple, so Keep a Pen or Sword Handy

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The Litany Against Fear translated into Angosey

This litany comes from Frank Herbert’s novel Dune – I find it very useful to meditate on when I’m facing hardship.  I’ve translated it into Angosey before – but I think I’ll take another crack at it and post it … Continue reading

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Five messages in bottles have been found, four more to go!

A few weeks ago I posted how my wife’s bottle washed up after a stormy day and high tides on Humarock Beach in Scituate, Massachusetts.  I’m excited to announce that four more bottles have been found, so right now I … Continue reading

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First Message in a Bottle found from Solar Balloon!

A couple of weeks ago I posted about my launch of a large solar balloon, called “Jake III”, from Norwood, Massachusetts.  Jake III was carrying nine messages in a bottle held together (and to the balloon) with a melted sugar … Continue reading

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Persistence #Friday Fictioneers

Yes!  Another week, another Friday Fictioneers.  Every Wednesday, Madison Woods posts a photo on her blog.  Every Friday, she presents a 100 word story based on the picture, and people from all over the Internet post comments with links to … Continue reading

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Goals of this Blog

There are a couple of things I want to do here on my little slice of the internets.  First of all, I want to give back.  Give back? Yes, because I learned about 90% of what I know because other … Continue reading

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