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Tag Archives: Adi Alsaid
Authoring and “Rooting” to the Core of Our Being
Authors. ARCS. Building Worlds. None of these truly came to light or really hit home in importance to me in college. The biggest breakthrough was when I had taken a World Literature course – Dr. DiMarco, Slippery Rock University, and … Continue reading
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Oh Lord, a World Building Space Force at Woodbridge? It Happened?
That it did. Tabitha Lord that is. On May 7th Tabitha DID visit Delaware for the first time – and spent generous amounts of time at Greenwood Public Library‘s reading group, as well as an open night of discussion, adding … Continue reading
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Two x 2 = For you? Great Success!
The weekend. YESSSS…..Saturday was crazy hectic as Repentino. staff worked from bare minimum to pull of a concession for 12+ teams at ASF and walk away with a record success. They never fail to surprise, impress, and motivate me. Exhausted, … Continue reading
National Novel Writing Month – Turning innate ability into bold talent…
Sure, a little wordy, but after rewatching Paul Allison’s Teachers Teachers #416, where I had to leave due to the horrible connection I had, I realized, there are so many things that seem insurmountable that once we actually conquer, we … Continue reading
NANO … a model for life? Part I of II posts…
You may have heard me go on and on about NANO, (National Novel Writing Month) – and sure, if you take it at face value, 50,000 words in a month, why would I torture myself. Good question. Except, there is … Continue reading
Erasing to a daily Tabula Rasa…
They hit you sometimes when you least expect it causing you tone off balance. I find that these epiphany moments exist that hit me when I am waking up, sitting down to a morning moment, and just the oddest moments, … Continue reading
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Tuesday – Already Two Days?
Today, due to the reroutings and the sudden changes of rerouting, tons of walking, and exhausting physical activity yesterday, we set out hoping the walking down to minimum, and we arrived at the former Woolworth’s Building to meet with Harlequin … Continue reading
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“I am haunted by humans”
As the last lines of The Book Thief rolled across the screen – I was highly – highly impressed with the deepness and feeling that went into this film. Yes, as they often due, humans do have this aspect of … Continue reading
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