Warwick shares his tried and true mead recipe just in time for fall!
Educational leaders have an obligation to implement tools for societal change. The public school system was conceived and developed in the 1920s as an industrial nation’s answer to poverty and the decreasing labor pool. However, we are still an industrial nation turning out a technology-based working class. The number of teen suicides are increasing 10-fold, […]
Peace in Education Statas Quo since the 1920s and Need for Change in the 2020s -By CP- Educational leaders have an obligation to implement tools for societal change. The public school system was conceived and developed in the 1920s as an industrial nation’s answer to poverty and the decreasing labor pool. With Child Labor laws, […]
Warwick’s ‘Yule’ Cake. Ingredients 1 kg dried fruit mix. 350ml Honey Mead. 200gms dried and diced figs. 200gms diced ginger. 500gms nut mix – Pine, Walnut, Pecan, Brazil, etc. 6 Large eggs lightly are beaten. 350 gms Almond Meal. A pinch of each of the following – Cardamom, Nutmeg, Mixed Spices, and Cinnamon. (I have […]
NEW FEATURE!! Writing Challenges!! This one is called Writer’s Prompt. The rules are simple for this one: Choose a season (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer) Write from the point of view of that season. Be as descriptive as you can. Email Us The top 3 get a featured spot on our blog! ~ I’LL GO FIRST […]
Medieval illuminations in the margins of manuscripts are a wonderland of imagination, and humor. The 14th century gives the avid reader an amazing selection of such illustrations to entertain us.
Being a deception specialist was made easier by the fact that I’m deaf. My services are requested from all around the globe, I’m the cream of the crop as the saying goes. It’s interesting watching the body language of liars. They look off to the left, the small twitch at the corner of the mouth.
Guest Youth Story-Chalk Jr. Long ago, before chalk was a basic classroom object, they were hard workers in the Congo rain forest producing food for the trees. The limestone in their blood gave the trees energy to grow, but in order to feed the trees, the chalk people had to sacrifice one hundred lives every five years. They were okay with it though, because it let everyone else live; it was considered an honor to be chosen.
A fun little story by contributing author Rebecca Kelterborn.
Final Part of our interview with Rhoswen Cosplay a cosplayer and fashion designer.