Listaliciousness: Amazing Animals, Amelia Earhart Mystery, and Homeschooling


The moon

So this week has been long. Meetings for work, play practice, emotions roller coasting every day – I am so excited to start a new leaf this week. Tomorrow is opening night before the touring for my show starts. Hopefully I will be able to share more about the theater once we have been seen and can let the secrets be known.

Anyway, I had so many links that I thought about adding this week. Hopefully you will enjoy the few that I decided to share.

  1. Video: Most intelligent Mimic Octopus in the world – Wow, I want to see one of these in action. Who knew that there was such a creature?
  2. Top 10 pumpkin dishes – Great for this time of year, this list was fun to write.
  3. Pictures aren’t worth just a thousand words – A classmate of mine wrote this. As someone who writes and loves words, I usually do not think of the importance of pictures. However, this article has a great point.
  4. New Harry Potter-Themed Hotel – Sure, this is expensive. However, now I dream of staying there for a night or two.
  5. Amelia Earhart Plane Fragment Identified – This amazing woman always fascinated me as did the tragic mystery of her disappearance. Knowing more of her story is fascinating although saddening.
  6. Why the mantis shrimp is my new favorite animal – I cannot stop sharing this with people. It really stuns me. This world has so many wonderful and terrifying things in it.
  7. The 30 Harshest Author-on-Author Insults in History – These are rather sad but also funny. It is good to remember that even the best authors had critics. No one is loved by all.
  8. Rare Historical Photos – These are amazing. Plus, the theme of this list is pictures and history. This article sums this up well.
  9. Homeschooled Kids Shouldn’t Be Scapegoats for Sandy Hook – This is a very interesting, sensitive editorial on an important issue. As someone who was homeschooled, I appreciate it greatly.

2 thoughts on “Listaliciousness: Amazing Animals, Amelia Earhart Mystery, and Homeschooling

  1. Best wishes for you, honey!

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