via Feeding Thousands — Writer Actor Farmer

There are many forms of nourishment. More eternal fuel than food. Witnessing the truly hungry, the most starving, least fortunate of us all, being fed, is a sort of meal. By feeding the two or three who came bearing the greatest need one could therein feed thousands.

via Feeding Thousands — Writer Actor Farmer

Amazing work that I want to share with everyone here!


Colorful Photography! via Grasshoppers, Butterflies and Flowers, Oh My! (post #1) — Sumyanna Writes

The weather is beautiful today and we are intending to go out for a nice long walk in nature. I am counting the minutes, but right now I am waiting for someone to get their chores done so I have a few minutes to visit with you 🙂 If you have been following me a […]

via Grasshoppers, Butterflies and Flowers, Oh My! (post #1) — Sumyanna Writes

If you appreciate wonderful nature’s photography, you should visit this amazing blog! I totally enjoyed it!

‘Banksy of poetry’ Strikes Again!

Image from: The Herald

Today I read a quite interesting reads while Google-ing random stuff (Yes… I admit!).

I stumble on this headlines, Mysterious ‘Banksy of Poetry’ strikes again at hairdressers in Plymouth from The Herald.

So, I read it. It is about a mysterious man leaving poems in hairdresser shops! Good poems too!

Another two city hairdressers have been left smiling by a mystery man dubbed the ‘Banksy of Poetry’.

March Hair in Hyde Park and Bowlers in Lipson are the latest city business amid scores across the country to receive a verse from the mysterious M Jones.

The poem in envelopes postmarked Lancashire, popped through the post boxes without any explanation.

Images Hair and Nail Salon appear to have received the same cheery verse about a robin.

via Mysterious ‘Banksy of Poetry’ strikes again at hairdressers in Plymouth

Maybe I should do this every time I visit a coffee shop!

Grab A Book! The disappearance of Ray Delgado by J.C. Cauthon

It’s here! It’s here! It’s here! The Disappearance of Ray Delgado is finally available for purchase. Eventually, the past catches up with you… Jake always wondered about Ray’s past, but he knew better than to bring it up. Ray seemed haunted by it. But when Ray mysteriously disappears from a logging site in what […]

via New Release: The Disappearance of Ray Delgado — J. C. Cauthon, Author


via Author Interview. Nakada Wilson. — Readers Handbook

Today we have an interview with Nakada Wilson, author of Girl poems. You can find Nakada Wilson @NakadaWilson on Instagram. Girl Poems is available on and 1. When did you begin to write poetry? After seeing how much attention my sister garnered for writing poetry when we were about six years old, I started writing as […]

via Author Interview. Nakada Wilson.   — Readers Handbook

Check this lovely book out! Oh yea, Ally is in there with his poem,  chocolate-bar relations exclusively in this book!

Congratulations to An Orchid’s View!

I’ve been following this awesome blogger and she was on a journey on creating 1000 paper cranes! It was a long way but she finally made it and I am sharing this with all of you!

Give her a big round of applause and spread the news! Where there are will, there are ways! Again congratulations!

I did it! I have finished.. now I’ll lay them all out for a final photo.. #1000papercranes #anorchidsview This is what 1000 cranes look like. I attempted to lay them out prettily but the cat kept knocking them over! It’s been a long journey. According to the legend.. I get a wish – but you know […]

via 0 to go! — An Orchid’s View