Christian Fantasy: New worlds to explore

Exploring Fantasy Worlds with author R. J. Larson Fantasy is not a genre of fiction I typically choose. I mean, come on. Dragons or other strange and frightening creatures? Make-believe words and worlds? Magic? Medieval-type settings full of castles and men and women who fight with swords or other deadly weapons? REALLY? By definition, fantasy is […]

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SIDETRACKED

Sidetracked, by Brandilyn Collins

SIDETRACKED: A story of mystery and suspense by Brandilyn Collins Hi, you all. I know you haven’t heard from me for a while, but you understand how life gets in the way of our best-laid plans, don’t you? Sometimes we get sidetracked, or even derailed. Fortunately, we can usually get back on the tracks, though doing […]

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Dr. Ronald Hanson

Dr. Ronald Hanson

PART TWO: A NOTE FROM DR. RONALD HANSON Several of you who are now reading this have contacted me via the website after you found the earlier post about Dr. Ronald Hanson.  As I read your comments, I was impressed by how loyal Dr. Hanson’s patients are, and by how much he touched your lives with skill and caring. I […]

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Learning

Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences? What?

Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences: Not just for students and teachers One of the most valuable trainings I had in my nearly twenty-five years of working as an English Language Acquisition/English Language Learners teacher  (ELL)  (Bio) was the Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences classes provided by Harvey Silver, of Silver, Strong & Associates. The knowledge I gained […]

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sagebrush

SAGEBRUSH: FRIEND OR FOE?

SAGEBRUSH: FOE When my family first moved to Southwestern Colorado, our pastures were overgrown with sagebrush. At the time, we didn’t have the equipment to remove it quickly, so the only way to get rid of it was with a mattock.  This was time-consuming, back-breaking work, that nobody liked, but it had to be done, […]

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