Daily Archives: March 6, 2016

Why Did the Sheep Cross the Road? by Eliza Waters

Here’s my story: Sarah, a fine-looking ewe, never gave her owner one bit of trouble. When she was bred, she felt very proud and when a healthy lamb was born to her, she nearly burst with love for him. He was … Continue reading

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River of the Sun, chapter 17 – The Rule of Three

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
? River of the Sun, chapter 17 – The Rule of Three Lord Menascare, former mentor to the King-in-Rising, stood in the outer arc of the temple, close to Anzety, the high priest. He watched the…

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Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
I need a man. Well, actually, I could do with a couple… but let’s not be greedy. What I really need is a knight…with or without the shining armour. I can manage either way.…

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Marsden Moor and Upper Colne Valley – Part One by Andy Hemingway

Reblogged from Andy Hemingway Marsden Moor sits at the very periphery of Yorkshire, in the wild Pennine boarder lands. As the narrowest point of the Pennines, it has been exploited as a crossing point since humans first came to this … Continue reading

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