W is for Wounded Wiles

We are pleased to participate in the A to Z Blog Challenge (http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/). The Story Crossroads theme for this year is Dual Natures in Folktales Around the World – opposites, contradictions & paradoxes. WILES- From Armenia Storks are plentiful in Armenia. Some locals call these congregating spots of storks as villages. These same storks areContinue reading “W is for Wounded Wiles”

V is for Voracious Vegetarian

We are pleased to participate in the A to Z Blog Challenge (http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/). The Story Crossroads theme for this year is Dual Natures in Folktales Around the World – opposites, contradictions & paradoxes. VEGETARIAN- From Peru / Andes Mountains So many wonderful foods in Peru – and most include meat. One of the most classic?Continue reading “V is for Voracious Vegetarian”

U is for Ubiquitous Untrue

We are pleased to participate in the A to Z Blog Challenge (http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/). The Story Crossroads theme for this year is Dual Natures in Folktales Around the World – opposites, contradictions & paradoxes. UNTRUE- From a Norse tale You may see “Norse” and automatically think “Viking.” Not always true. Vikings were between the 8th andContinue reading “U is for Ubiquitous Untrue”