Oracle of the Mermaids, a card deck by Lucy Cavendish... this is on the Kougaress's wish list. From Blue Angel Publishing ~blueangelonline.com/mermaids.htm~ Oracle of the Mermaids. by Lucy Cavendish Artwork by Selina Fenech. Features 45 cards and detailed 168-page guidebook, packaged in a hard-cover box set.
Saturday evening mews, luscious and lovely Pussycats... a dreary, bone chilly day to start on the tame prairie until it cleared somewhat and the sun shone through a haze of clouds... or a haze of something anyway... given the sky is so chemicalized in these times...
Keep watching out for all the superstorms of life. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!
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Hopefully the Kougar will be able to upload her flash-scene novel, His Claimed Bride, Happy New Year On Another Earth, soon to SMASHWORDS, AMAZON & ALLROMANCEEBOOKS.
The Kougar also began another writing project... but, gosh, she's already bogged down with the story... so, who knows??? She also has an idea for a short old-west type of tale... however, she's got so many WIPS on the burner... well, she wishes time was on her side in getting them all written.
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ONE IS THE LONELIEST NUMBER. . .OR IS IT?
Gill looked up from the newspaper article he was reading. The house creaked as another burst of wind wrapped itself around the mayoral mansion. Ten more inches of snow fell over night. Most of the Peak's citizens were off cozy and smooching with their sweeties. Louie and Bettina were off on a platonic date with Arabella, Bettina's year and half old precious daughter. The imp loved to nip and draw blood. Teaching her control was going to be difficult.
He glanced down at the headline which read 14 different ways to attract love to you. Gill snorted.
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Weekender - Time Signature: How Music Plays With Our Perceptions
Friday, February 14, 2014
We all know the feeling of being transported by a lilting melody, or enraptured by a rhapsody that seems to mute our senses to all else but its divine resonance.
Yet we may not realise that music is a powerful medium which can actually affect the way we perceive the world; science has proved that it alters our brain functions and can have a positive effect on brain development in infants.
New research presented at last year's Neuroscience conference in San Diego by Gottfried Schlaug, MD, PhD, suggests that music could play a significant role as an educational tool and as a medium to treat a broad spectrum of learning disabilities. The findings indicate that music promotes brain plasticity and auditory processing, particularly through developing the skill of playing a musical instrument. ~unknowncountry.com/news/weekender-time-signature-how-music-plays-our-perceptions