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by Nancy Casey How many shoes do you suppose have stepped through your life? Walking shoes, running shoes, traveling shoes, crying shoes. Sneakers, slippers, sandals, flip-flops, work boots. Fashionable and unfashionable shoes. The shoes that hurt your feet and the ones that don’t. Shoes you don’t like. Shoes you covet. Today, begin with a shoe—or two. … Continue reading The Story of a Shoe (or Two)
by Nancy Casey Trees. Those “one legged” living things that can subsist on water and sunshine for hundreds of years. The more you learn about them, the more amazing they are. They exhale oxygen and are home to zillions of living things. They give us food and shade. Some of them are poisonous. Today, write (and … Continue reading Starting With a Tree
by Nancy Casey Do you know the tale of Rumpelstiltskin? It’s the one where the heroine is locked up in a barn and, under pain of death, must spin a pile of straw into gold overnight. Rumpelstiltskin appears and does it for her while she sleeps. There are a few plot twists and some scary consequences … Continue reading What Would Rumpelstiltskin Do?
by Nancy Casey You can get by without a lot of things, but air is not one of them. Fortunately, there’s air just about everywhere a person is likely to go. There are also ways to carry air with you if you happen to be going somewhere like outer space or the bottom of the sea. … Continue reading Where is the Air?