Built by King Suryavarman II in the 12th century for Hindu worship, Prasat Sikhoraphumis a Khmer temple located in Thailand, between the cities of Surin and Sisaket.
Archives for May 2013
A journey through a woman’s memory of poverty and a feminine understanding. The trailer park series is an attempt to touch the heart of what it means to be a woman hearing these words, and the journey out of them.
No story is created by one person. Written by one person, yes. But if the only imagination involved is the writer’s, the story will never be anything more than black marks on the page.
Training a dog is not as simple as it used to be. The current debates raging in the dog world show that quite clearly. Is it more important to be right than to help the dogs? Some trainers seem to think so.
This is hardly an exhaustive list but here are a few things you might want to try (or give a miss) during a stay in Peru.
This is the second in a series of articles in which author Steven Erikson deconstructs, paragraph by paragraph, an excerpt from his most recent novel Forge of Darkness.
This group of women – the playgroup – has shifted and changed as our children have grown, but one thing that has not changed is the amazing support that I feel whenever I think of you Bonnie, or Norma or Teresa or Flora or Sandy or Nancy or Nan or Doreen or Claire.
More than ever this spring, I get it….why “In spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” Why we celebrate, with a twinkle in our eyes and a full, light heart, the “birds and the bees, and the flowers and the trees” of spring, glorious spring.
Mother and daughter have radically different attitudes toward weddings, including what to wear.
Written over many years, this piece came back to me this morning. I thought that I wanted to run but it turned out that I needed to write.