There are a variety of recipes, and it probably all began due to some early American settlers from southern New England back in 1621. These settlers made a pumpkin pie of sorts, but without the crust.
I was thinking this morning about how sometimes we forget to see the beauty in all people and all things. We are always so busy with our lives, that we take a lot of things around us for granted, and … Continued
DEADLY GROUND I crawled into the back seat of an ancient car and, with shaky fingers, flipped through the wallet. I had expected to find something worth nearly dying for but found a measly fifty bucks. I felt sure that … Continued
As I was creating the above artwork, I thought to myself is this a Serpent or a Snake. I realized then, that I did not know what the difference was between the two, if indeed there was any. I have … Continued
The photo challenge this week is hidden, which made me think of the quote shown above by Buddha. The truth can never be hidden for long, it will always reveal itself at some point in time. It might not always be … Continued
Jumbo the Elephant (1860 – 1885) was exported from Sudan, where he was born, to a zoo in Paris and then in 1865 transferred to the London Zoo in England. He was dearly loved, especially by the children who had … Continued