About vkent1112


Vina is a maroon haired feisty anthropologist, historian and writer who is always working towards inspiring and entertaining others. When not working, she is cooking up a five course meal for her family, spending time outdoors camping and hiking, reading, and dancing around the house to her eclectic music making her kids laugh.

Reading, hunting artifacts, writing, cooking, genealogy, binge watching Netflix shows, hiking, camping, exploring food and different tastes.
Favorite Books:
Eragon, Outlander.
Favorite Authors:
Kathy Reichs, Bill Bass, Diana Gabaldon
Favorite Movies:
A Walk To Remember, Blade, Underworld, Hobbit, Lord of the Rings
Favourite TV Shows:
The Originals, Supernatural, Instinct, Timeless, Game Of Thrones, Outlander
Favorite Music:


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The Bench

Any time of year in the south is normally hot, but the summer I turned eighteen, was as if Hades himself had come up from his depths and brought with him the skin scorching, water vaporizing torment to lay to waste on our little South Carolina town. I remember that summer with vivid detail as it was the summer my life would be drastically changed forever, and find a different course then...

Added 17 May 2018 | Category General | Votes 2 | Avg Score 5 | Views 482 | 1 Comment

Little Miss Know It All

She sat opposite her daughter, hands tightly clasped in her lap, “You don’t know everything,” she said, sitting forward so she was eye level with her daughter. “Being an adult, isn’t as easy as doing whatever the hell you want, goofing off, taking advantage of people and shirking your responsibilities.”   “I know mom, yet you still lecture me,” her daughter Brooke said, crossing her legs...

Added 14 May 2018 | Category Humor | Votes 3 | Avg Score 4.67 | Views 770 | 2 Comments

Recommended Read Five Dollar Donation

  The bus ride over to the museum was as painful as a tooth extraction without the laughing gas. Kids who were nearing adulthood acted like two year olds on Red Bull, bouncing in their seats, yelling at one another, popping gum, running down the aisle playing musical seats, ignoring the shouts from the teachers. We were on our last outing of our senior year, not that anyone cared....

Added 13 May 2018 | Category General | Votes 4 | Avg Score 5 | Views 492 | 5 Comments

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Welcome to my circle.
13 May 2018 19:45
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