Tag Archives: Nature

Fergus MacFearsome

I found a neat wood cut-out of an octopus on a recent trip to HomeGoods and just had to bring it home to add to the cephalopod theme in the bedroom. The only problem: it was a terrible minty-blue color. … Continue reading

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Spring

Come, fill the Cup, and in the Fire of Spring Your Winter Garment of Repentence fling. The Bird of Time has little way To fly–and Lo! the Bird is on the Wing! ~The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam We’ve been penitent; … Continue reading

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A Crack in the Edge of the World

When I picked up A Crack in the Edge of the World, I hesitated over including it in my science book challenge list, thinking it might be more of a sociological work, a survey of witness reports and survivors’ accounts. … Continue reading

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Walk With Me

I love the neighborhood we live in. I’ve been taking daily walks in it through three seasons now, and although the spring flowers and lush summer gardens were pretty, the turning leaves of fall best them easily. Every day, there’s … Continue reading

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