Fruit Of The Loom

26 Apr 19
Antwanzhané Mar Dvo

“This is the poetry, the prose, and the patrimony–the modern matrimony within.” Found poem — Tell the Truth About Your Legacy (A Settled Argument Between Prose and Poetry) ________________________________________ 1 Three days after he turned ten, once his sun had lumbered up into spring, came yet another morning soaked through, cold and ale yellow, since […]

25 Apr 19
Gina Michele

Kid’s Essentials for Spring with Babbleboxx is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com. The warm weather is finally here which means it is time to stock up on some new favorites. This Babbleboxx was filled with kid-friendly goodies! It had everything from cute clothes to hair products to thoughtful lunch notes to toys! Kid’s Essentials for Spring with […]

25 Apr 19
A Balloon and Something Bad Happens

Poor Percy. If he thought he had questions before, he’s clearly in over his head. And now he’s on the run with his mother. It’s kind of funny seeing him cope with the situation, actually. All he can think to ask is whether Grover and Sally know each other. They don’t really explain other than […]

25 Apr 19
Major Project - Totem Guide Management

Eaten By Owls requested that I help them with some research into where to get the best deal on merchandise. They are hoping to sell long sleeved t-shirts, stickers and physical copies of their EP at their upcoming tour. We found a local artist who was a friend of the band’s to design the t-shirt […]

24 Apr 19
Shellbell

Winter is coming. Of course I am not talking about “Winter is Coming!” which foretells of a terrible war, as in the hundreds of Game of Thrones references that you may have seen flooding the internet over the past months. With a stirring and memorable theme tune, this epic fantasy book and television series, deals […]

24 Apr 19
The Historian's Sketchpad

The Fécamp Chronicle 1. In the days of Chlothar, king of the Franks, there was an illustrious man, eminent in prudence, very conspicuous in goodness, and obedient to God, named Waning, who built many dwellings for monks on his possessions, one of which was called Fécamp, whose affairs turned out in this way. He was […]

24 Apr 19
The World According to the Eucman!

WELCOME to Wednesday April 24, 2019 As I Mature… I’ve learned that you cannot make someone love you. All you can do is stalk them and hope they panic and give in. I’ve learned that no matter how much I care, some people just aren’t worth it. I’ve learned that it takes years to build […]

24 Apr 19
Devotionary

12 “Yet even now,” declares the Lord,     “return to me with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning; 13  and rend your hearts and not your garments.” Return to the Lord your God,     for he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love;     and he relents over disaster. 14 Who […]

24 Apr 19
Journey by Paper

Moving on from Phil Metzger’s studies in atmospheric perspective, we now begin considering details and edges, and how they portray depth and dimension in a painting.  Essentially, as with a photograph, areas of interest are generally in focus, and areas of lesser interest are out of focus.  In painting, this becomes detail and edges – […]