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Free Rice

Standish Writes is now on Free Rice! You may now be asking what that means. Does it mean that I am collecting free rice? Giving it away at a soup kitchen? Free Rice is actually a free website that asks questions in categories such as math, anatomy, literature, grammar, climate, foreign language, geography, and many […]

Eyes Filled with Souls

Rayce halted in his tracks, eyes bulging for but a moment before he scrambled to his knees, accidentally stubbing a toe and scraping his palm as he prostrated himself. Across the street, two young boys glanced at him curiously before twisting around to see what had spooked the poor fellow. Suddenly, two pairs of bony […]

Marshmallow the Cat

Today, instead of celebrating a National Holiday, I am celebrating the birthday of my cat, Marshmallow, who died 10 years ago at just a year old. This little ball of fluff was a gray and white runt who could fit easily in the palms of two hands once he was fully grown. His fur puffed […]

The Crier

Gayle stuffed her head into her pillows, trying desperately to ignore the sound of the bell. Damion had been up every day before sunset, waking the whole village while he was at it. As the bell continued to echo through the streets, the town crier, Alexa, began calling out her morning greeting, “Orcs spotted in […]

A Four-Day-In-One Holiday

On July 7, we celebrate not one but four holidays. Today is National Father Daughter Take a Walk Day, a day when one can take a walk with one’s father, father figure, or even just a friend. While this day fosters closeness among family members, it also provides an opportunity for physical activity, and a […]