Chasing Fireflies

19 Jun 19
The Haunted Wordsmith

Every summer since Charlie turned six was spent on Grandpa’s Iowa farm. Charlie loved to run through the fields chasing butterflies and spent his nights laying on the cool grass, watching the fireflies and Milky Way. Life was perfect until the train arrived. “I don’t believe it,” Grandpa said, shaking his head. “Are you sure?” […]

19 Jun 19

Len's Diary

Finish the Story: The Locomotive Part Six June 20, 2019 lensdiary Part 1: Teresa’s bit: Every summer since Charlie turned six was spent on Grandpa’s Iowa farm. Charlie loved to run through the fields chasing butterflies and spent his nights laying on the cool grass, watching the fireflies and Milky Way. Life was perfect until […]

19 Jun 19
Tao Talk

Part 1:  Teresa’s bit: Every summer since Charlie turned six was spent on Grandpa’s Iowa farm. Charlie loved to run through the fields chasing butterflies and spent his nights laying on the cool grass, watching the fireflies and Milky Way. Life was perfect until the train arrived. “I don’t believe it,” Grandpa said, shaking his […]

19 Jun 19
High Fives & Stage Dives

We caught up with Dave Hause about his new record, life with twins and touring. Dave Hause’s new album Kick that will be released on 12 April through Rise Records and kicking was the very first thing he saw his recentlynewborn twins do, it’s also something he has been much throughout his life and career. […]

19 Jun 19
Padre's Ramblings

Teresa’s bit: Every summer since Charlie turned six was spent on Grandpa’s Iowa farm. Charlie loved to run through the fields chasing butterflies and spent his nights laying on the cool grass, watching the fireflies and Milky Way. Life was perfect until the train arrived. “I don’t believe it,” Grandpa said, shaking his head. “Are […]

19 Jun 19
Sparkles in the Shadows

Grief is a strange thing to experience. It comes in waves, it ebbs and flows. I was riding out my grief and just when I thought I was doing a good job of managing it and getting better, I got hit with a tsunami of grief. It’s a thing. I lost my mother just over […]

19 Jun 19
Double Take on Life

Image by Martin Büdenbender from Pixabay It’s a pastel sidewalk, a cement coloring book Girls skipping rope, their call and response It’s the unstoppable pageantry of green and lush Sprinklers that sputter, hiss, then ambush bare skin It’s crickets chirping through the livelong day and night And the twinkling of fireflies playing with the eyes It’s the holy […]

18 Jun 19
Tess Whitehurst

Spark your inspiration with these 22 quotes about Litha: the sun’s most powerful day. Blessed Summer Solstice season! If you’re looking for Midsummer ideas and inspiration, you’re in the right place. Here are 22 quotes about Litha to spark your creativity and awaken you to the unique power of this magical time. 1. “Midsummer, the […]

18 Jun 19
A little question

If only you would watch my heart, As it lay breathing, crumbling, if only you would move your delicate hand over it, if you would hazard your small finger in its canyons and feel the tresses and the water that runs deep there,Deep as a Bavarian haunted submarine, and As jammed and derelict in a […]

18 Jun 19
My Quiet Writing Site

MY TOWN It was a fine hot day today. One of the kind of days we would have snuck up to the old boat dock and went swimming in the Chattooga river. That water was nice and cold, even in July because it had spring water running in it not too far back up stream. […]

18 Jun 19
Linodofictions

The Kori Federation. The Estrella Region. Junius’ Payirci. Junius was standing at the very precipice of the floating tower, binging down columns of written reports brought forth by his loyal subordinates. Though he was known as the Blade of Death and an assassin of the night, Junius’ primary role was that of a trained officer. […]

18 Jun 19
UPROXX

The Best and Worst of (a much better) WWE Raw for June 17, 2019, featuring a fatal five-way, Daniel Bryan vs. Seth Rollins, and more.

18 Jun 19
Pro Wrestling Central II

*WWE RAW* *Monday, 17 June 2019* *By Naushad Khan* Raw kicked off this week with Elias singing us a tune and revealing that he’s wearing a referee shirt. Universal Champion, Seth Rollins appears from behind and lays out Elias with a number of stiff steel chair shots. He then sends a warning to anyone considering […]

18 Jun 19
crimsonprose

Teresa’s bit: Every summer since Charlie turned six was spent on Grandpa’s Iowa farm. Charlie loved to run through the fields chasing butterflies and spent his nights laying on the cool grass, watching the fireflies and Milky Way. Life was perfect until the train arrived. “I don’t believe it,” Grandpa said, shaking his head. “Are […]

10 Jul 16
Kahn Travel Blog

DAY 1- Heading North: First Stop Atlanta, Georgia The morning of our first day on the road was a gentle and gradual process.  Although I was up bright and early, the rest of the crew was not as eager to greet the sun.  Grandma came over to bid us farewell and to give the girls […]