Mommy's Big, Red Monster Truck [Klakowicz, Alison Paul] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mommy's Big, Red Monster Truck — Read on http://www.amazon.com/Mommys-Big-Red-Monster-Truck/dp/1525530178
Author of Mommy's Big, Red Monster Truck. Watch Alison Paul Klakowicz as she talks about her books, what inspired her to write her books, and how she publis... — Read on m.youtube.com/watch
American beautyberries are a gorgeous native plant that produce edible berries and mosquito-repellent leaves. Find out how to use beautyberries here! — Read on http://www.tyrantfarms.com/how-to-use-american-beautyberries-as-food-and-mosquito-repellent/
Jonathan Clayborne, Haunted Pamlico Dear Writers: In 2021, Haunted Pamlico and the Pamlico Writers Group are teaming up again to sponsor the second-annual Haunt Season Writing Competition. We're seeking poems, ghost stories, creepy tales, science fiction or horror fiction related to the haunting season, which peaks in October. We will accept prose entries of 2,000…… Continue reading Writing Competition – S L Hollister, author
Listen to my inspirational conversation with the author of Parent Power: Navigate School and Beyond, Punam V. Saxena, M.Ed. Parent Impact Coach on Hodge Podge Podcast HERE!
Sunny ☀️ Sunday afternoons call for much needed time with the greatest of friends. Slowing down the pace to prepare for the week ahead through hilarious chatter, eating delicious food, taking in the sights— and a bit of local retail therapy 🛍 on the side. This is exactly what my Sunday looked like and it was the best medicine this gal could ask for! Some dearest friends and I gathered Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina for a ladies day out and brunch at the beloved Blue Moon Cafe 🌚 where we were treated to the tastiest delicacies and beverages.
“I want to make a difference and make sure that our Veterans know there are many reasons to fight through the pain. They owe it to themselves and to those who lost their lives on the battlefield and the ones who lost their battle at home.” – Danica Thomas
You see back in Fall 2018 the two planned to wed, but Hurricane Florence had other plans for North Carolina (and their special day). The day the two spent a year planning from their California home— dreaming of beautiful memories to be made with dearest friends and family back home in North Carolina— would have to be postponed. True to the couple's fifteen year partnership, commitment and independent spirit, the two fled Raleigh out of the hurricane's path to the North Carolina mountains and eloped— as not to let Florence ruin the special union between these two strong, love-filled souls.
“If someone were to ask me the scent of my father, I would say my dad smells of juniper and sawdust. My earliest memories of him are flooded with the sound of a table saw and tiny bits of wood fluttering about him like golden powder. It is a sound and smell that takes me back to the safest and simplest of times. Sea spray and the rocking motion of a center-consul, flat-bottom boat also conjure up the essence of my father. He is an old salt. The sea runs through his veins as it does mine. My mother jokes I was most likely conceived on a sailboat in the river's tide...”
Old Mill of Guilford— an HISTORIC FULLY OPERATIONAL, WATER-POWERED, 18TH CENTURY GRIST MILL— has become a favorite pit stop of my family when traveling through quaint Oak Ridge, North Carolina on our way to visit my brother, a North Carolina State Park Ranger at Hanging Rock State Park. Once we leave the beaten path of… Continue reading Old Mill of Guilford: A Step Back in Time