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An Assignment

Today it was brought to my attention that not everyone understands how viruses are spread. Do you know how most viruses are spread, including the common cold, the flu, Coronavirus? That's the first part of the assignment: Google or Bing or what have you "How are viruses spread?" It's vitally important that everyone understand how… Continue reading An Assignment

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Let’s Interject Some Perspective

So, if I want to know about something for myself, I look it up. The H1N1 pandemic, according to the CDC, took the lives of an estimated 575,400 people WORLDWIDE. Of those deaths, 12,469 of them were in the United States from an estimated 60.8 MILLION cases. That's a death rate of less than 1%.… Continue reading Let’s Interject Some Perspective

2019, Autumn, Feeling, Hope, November, Photos by Teri Skultety, Poem, Poetess, Poetry, Roses, Seasons, Soul

The Reaper

I am the soul of November, Wandering down through the days, Reclaiming the ground for the Winter, to be born again in the Spring, In nights that grow ever colder, In skies filled with clouds full of rain, I am the soul of November, Changing the landscape again. Dreaming curled up near the fire, Sleeping… Continue reading The Reaper

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What They Didn’t Teach Us in School, Carl Sandburg, Abraham Lincoln, and the History of the United States

I am continuing my reading of "Abraham Lincoln: The Prarie Years, The War Years" by Carl Sandburg. I've decided to share some of the content of this amazing book as I go along, as well as some of my learning from it. It is an incredible book, one of the best books I've ever read… Continue reading What They Didn’t Teach Us in School, Carl Sandburg, Abraham Lincoln, and the History of the United States

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Santa Cruz, California

One of the great things about living in the Central Valley is being only about two to three hours from a lot of pretty great destinations. One of my favorite places is Santa Cruz, California. On a good day, no traffic, well, we've managed to get there in less than two hours. The first time… Continue reading Santa Cruz, California

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Inclement Weather, and Quotes from Saint Joan

The rain has been seemingly incessant. It was ingrained in me throughout my youth not to be a "complainer." However, seeing as how I am now firmly into my middle age, I am, on occasion, given to indulging myself in a bit of complaining and I will tell you, I think I've had it with… Continue reading Inclement Weather, and Quotes from Saint Joan

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The Last Time We Visited Aldera Dune

      The Last Time We Visited Aldera Dune by Teri Skultety, copyright 2018, all rights reserved The last time we visited Aldera Dune, it was to watch the world die. The moons of Rionnata glowed with radiation in the distance. One purple, one iridescent green, one a golden orb. All like magic charms… Continue reading The Last Time We Visited Aldera Dune

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One November, I Published Two Books

I've worked hard the last couple of years to get some books published, I'm thinking of them as there were "the first five," and now there is "the magnificent seven." I also have stories in three print anthologies, and I'm going to get those linked up with cover pictures, as well as having been published… Continue reading One November, I Published Two Books

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Gold Mine, These Are the Words I Managed to Save

During the fall months of 2008 and into 2009, reality slipped away from me. Amid the avalanche of dissipating solidity descending into complete confusion and chaos of thought as I entered my forties, I threw more than twenty years of writing, of work, into a cauldron of flames. Most of it without ever looking at… Continue reading Gold Mine, These Are the Words I Managed to Save