Yeah but, unless she changes her last name to "Arkley" or abandons a dog litter by the road, her speech won't be featured by any local papers or TV.
We don't take too fondly 'bout no bookwritin', NY do-gooders 'round here.
If you say so, Jennifer....
At least, "The whole farce will raise funds for Women's Crisis Shelter in Southern Humboldt, the Humboldt Literacy Project and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Coast."
Sorry, I should see more of the presentation before commenting.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
What's the "Eagle House"?
In Ice Age 3 mammoth Peaches lives with a herd that consists of various kinds of animals who are all brought together out of care for one another. Living with his father and mother, who are full of responsibilities, he exhibits the values that her parents instill in her and grows up into a strong and tough mammoth. manny mammoth teddy. toyswill.com
for real, northcoast journal you need to do an overhaul of your whole site I had to search three times for this and it wasn't in events or on the calendar. Why doesn't just work like the printed versions, is this a ruse to keep print relevant?
after all these years at Humboldt you-- have shot a lot of it's residents -- me,too
Celebrating 35 good years. It's gonna take more than cake to get me in there again.
Always an honor to get Bobarazzid.
Steve, there's quite a bit of background information to this poem you wrote.
'Annette's Dream' 'Annette had a dream and shared it with me the next morning. In the dream, she came upon some children in a forest meadow at the height of autumn. The trees were in fall colors of red, orange, yellow and rust, a scented breeze moved the falling leaves, the sunlight and the shadows angled lazily - it was the perfect cliche of an October afternoon. As she approached the children, she saw that they were playing around a small pile of pale gray ashes. They would reach into the pile, clasp a handful, raise their hands and let the ashes pour slowly into the wind. They were laughing and joyous. She asked them what they were doing and they replied that they were playing with my ashes. When I told Steve about Annette's dream, he wrote 'Child's Play'.'
I created an art piece bringing together my friend Annette's dream and your poem and the dream narrative, poem, and art piece were displayed together at the USCF/Mount Zion Comprehensive Cancer Center - all back in 1999. Thank you for your poem with its guiding imagery and beautiful language. Darin.
It is such a tender pride we feel for our darling Humboldt natives who were involved in this lovely film, most noticeably our Maria! Warmest congratulations to you, darling! And a special bravo for our own Bob Wells, who has graced our local stages for many years with his stunning theatrical ability. Wonderful to see this project come to fruition, and receive kudos from far off Portugal!
Nice - I like this. You knew the Mineral Kingdom does yet live. despite humanities best effort to the contrary.
Yes Monte - she must have been a grand-daughter of Jonathon Livingston. still trying to show mankind his true way, his more noble purpose...
"...the foreclosed battlefield on which Reggae Rising made its last stand against Reggae on the River"
*facepalm* way to go NCJ
Monte, your poems are so beautiful. This one gave me chills; I almost cried. Such a compassionate description of a moment - wildlife rehab is so sad sometimes, but so worth it too. It's a labor of love, that's for sure. Kudos to you for being who you are.
Malc is so dreamy!!!
Here's the difference: the dogs get no say, the teens presumably are doing what they're doing (however stupid) because they want to. And- maybe the teens are even having fun.
More importantly perhaps is the questionable need for the NCJ's command to "discuss". Do we really need you to tell us o comment? Maybe that is why no one does.
Neither seem particularly cruel. The poodle guy is benign and makes a pretty good case for his care and concern of his dogs. The bubbles might be cruel from the standpoint they take teenagers' money for something that provides zero thrill and even less entertainment value.
If you see him, tell him that Coach Testa wants him to "face mecca, get down and give him twenty."
He did our countertops for Outlaw Kitchen!
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Dec 5, 2013
vol XXIV issue 49
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