In which we meet Penelope Collins in Edinburgh, Scotland and the invisible sprite who documents her journey.

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Undomesticating Myself

To domesticate refers to a process of time. A time of turning wild things: animals, plants, people into Something else. Something who's worth is defined by the domesticator. Something that cannot - Tend to self. Care for self. Think for self. We’ve domesticated animals and plants, but we too, Are domesticated.   From birth we’ve... Continue Reading →

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God Doesn’t End At Me

Infinite God doesn't end at me. God doesn't end at the edges of the sea. God doesn't end at me. God doesn't end in space, the absence of gravity. God doesn't end at me. God doesn't end at the overarching tree. God doesn't end at me. God doesn't end at the crippled, broken feet of... Continue Reading →

  Harrier Bogbean He followed with care behind the girl and the horseman when the pelting of rocks sent him spinning towards the earth. Confused, he rolled into a tight ball and somersaulted under a thick bush. He lifted his camera with delicacy and smiled in relief to see it unharmed. Peering around the branches,... Continue Reading →

Allerleirauh It wasn’t difficult to fall away from the queen and her soldiers. She knew that no one would think to look back for her. Dri-fa proved to be her sole friend among the guards. Everyone else gave her a wide berth, and they would probably be relieved if they noticed her missing. She knew... Continue Reading →

Allerleirauh She peered out from under her wolf-hood. The room pulsed with the heartbeats of all who lay there. One beat quicker than the others, and she smelled the fear ruminating off of the girl the queen picked up on the road. She watched Penny sneak a look at a canvas map and then stuff... Continue Reading →

Penelope The horse trotted along a path created by much smaller animals. They followed a game trail now, not an official road. She wondered if this path would be on Pan’s map. Probably not, she thought, and wanted to cry. The idea of being taken off the road that Pan had set her on made... Continue Reading →

In which Penelope meets Queen Aschenputtel and realizes that there is more to this isle than she realized.

Jesus and the Good Palestinian

And behold, a writer arose to test him, and she said, "Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?" 26But Jesus said to her, "How is it written in the law? How do you understand it?" 27She answered and said to him, "You shall love THE LORD JEHOVAH your God from all your heart... Continue Reading →

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