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Angela Parker
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I am a novelist currently dwelling in south Texas where I love the atmosphere even though the heat overstays its welcome and the dust visits every day. I love to write and always hope that I create art for the entertainment of others even if it is meant to be educational art. 

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Pets & Animals
by Angela Parker
2 years ago
The Deer Still Thinks She is a Cow

It has been several months since I last saw the deer that lives among cattle, but I got the chance to observe her further over the holidays when we traveled to see family.

Lifestyle
by Angela Parker
2 years ago
There Is a Better Way to Meet a Mate

Happily married, unavailable men and women are being harassed by Date, Intimacy and Consort Seekers (DICS) who Erratically Request Companionship (ERC) unsuspecting individuals.

Technology
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
Upgrading the RAM in Your Dell Inspiron 20 All-In-One Computer

Our computer was in need of a RAM upgrade, so while my husband did the dirty work, I observed and documented so that I could share the process. This is a look at the project through the eyes of one who would never take on this task without a guide, and it was double checked by my guide, who was the only one of us who knew what was happening on an electronical level throughout the whole process.

History
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
The Witch of 1462

The witch of 1462 wasn't a witch at all. Many of the things that make us diverse now would have been a death warrant during any of the witch hunt's of the past.

Pets & Animals
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
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A Guide to Protecting Your "Vicious" Breed

I believe there are vicious individuals when it comes to dogs, but I don't think that the entire breed should be labeled. Unfortunately, many people are apprehensive about being near any breed of dog that has been labeled "vicious". Here are some tips to help protect your beloved companion from discrimination.

Health
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
A Cigarette is Stalking Me

Quitting is hard, but if you work hard at quitting, the rewards are worth the effort. A couple of months after I quit smoking, the process is still hard, but the benefits far outweigh the temporary discomfort.

Lifestyle
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
Small Tortoise in a Big State

Not everything is bigger in Texas! The state is home to the smallest tortoise native to North America, the threatened Texas Tortoise. Read on for facts about this intriguing Texas reptile.

Lifestyle
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
Is the Human Race Regressing?

Concerning comments popping up all over social media begs the question of whether or not humans are becoming less intelligent as a whole.

Pets & Animals
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
The Deer that Thinks She is a Cow

There are several reports that show animals learn from behavior within their own species, but it seems they are quite apt to learn from other species as well. A deer who grew up within a herd of cattle continues to stay even after reaching adulthood, and a dog sometimes does things that are undeniably learned from humans.

Environment
by Angela Parker
3 years ago
Dragons are Real!

From the perspective of the ant, the Texas Horned Lizard might seem like a dragon, and like the myth, the Texas Horned Lizard could be a thing of legend in generations to come.

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