Angelica Reis
Angelica Reis loves nature, volunteer work, her family, and her faith. She is an English teacher with a background in classical music, and enjoys uncovering hidden gems, shining them up, and sharing them with readers. She makes her home in New York state.

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Mice, Men, and Farming: ‘The Best Laid Plans ... Often Go Awry’

Mice, Men, and Farming: ‘The Best Laid Plans ... Often Go Awry’
Apr 16
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Seasonal Delights: The Loveliest Spring Prose

Seasonal Delights: The Loveliest Spring Prose
Apr 09
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How the Ancients Understood Eclipses

How the Ancients Understood Eclipses
Apr 07
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A Proverb of Perspective: ‘All That Glitters Isn’t Gold’

A Proverb of Perspective: ‘All That Glitters Isn’t Gold’
Apr 02
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The Wisdom of Mending Things Sooner Rather Than Later

The Wisdom of Mending Things Sooner Rather Than Later
Apr 02
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A Proverb to Cherish: ‘One Good Turn Deserves Another’

A Proverb to Cherish: ‘One Good Turn Deserves Another’
Apr 01
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Morning Gold and Muses of Dawn: ‘The Early Bird Gets the Worm’

Morning Gold and Muses of Dawn: ‘The Early Bird Gets the Worm’
Apr 01
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The Most Stunning Easter Egg of All

The Most Stunning Easter Egg of All
Mar 30
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Know Any Josephs? His Name Day Is Coming

Know Any Josephs? His Name Day Is Coming
Mar 18
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Why Shamrocks Are the Symbol of St. Patrick’s Day

Why Shamrocks Are the Symbol of St. Patrick’s Day
Mar 15
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