Coming April 5 – Beach House – a contemporary romance just in time for a beach read.
When Alli arrived at her beloved Beach House to recover and get her life back on track the last thing she expects to find is a border living there. Throwing him out is her first priority. The last thingRead more of this blog post »
Word's just in; a little fellow I've been spending a bit of time getting to know online had finally arrived in Australia. We've yet to set eyes on each other in real life but I'm told he's a stunner. I can't wait to meet him. Only a few more weeks to go. I wonder how I'll feel holding his story in mRead more of this blog post »
When I first started reading the article on the Ordovician Period, I got to the mention of Gondwana, which made me stop and wonder, "Wait, haven't we been through this breakup before?" And the answer is yes, we have, in the blog I wrote about the Paleozoic Era, which the Ordovician Period is part ofRead more of this blog post »
February 26, 2021
The other day, I scrolled through my computer settings and came across all the coffee shop wifi networks I would write at across the city. It reminded me of my pre-COVID life. Drop kids off, sip coffee and write in between home duties or grocery errands. Made me miss the pre-panRead more of this blog post »
The walls were painted with several layers of attractive colors and the floor lined with beautiful tiles to match. The wooden furniture were perfect for the office. There was a split air conditioner unit on the wall, TV set and next to them was Jim’s portrait. Chairs anRead more of this blog post »
Just eleven stories have posted so far this week, so this morning's blog is a little light.
If you live in The Herald-News' coverage area, be sure to pick up a print copy of the newspaper. It has a full page story on Jermaine Stegall. He is an alumnus of Joliet Central High School - anRead more of this blog post »
The brand-new Sequestered Storytime that premieres Saturday (tomorrow!) morning at 10 features: Ice fishing with the Wonderland Spectacle Co., a retelling of Godzilla by a young viewer named Yvette, and the introduction of our brand-new Supercomputer (whic
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Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass...
It's about learning to dance in the rain.
- Vivian Greene
Instead of dwelling on negative thoughts,
cause your mind to dwell on peace and joy.
- Ernest Holmes
Have NO EXPECTATIONS.
Life will not meet your expectations.
Choose joy anyway.
- Jonathan Lock Read more of this blog post »
Прошу совета - как мне быть. (У вас и вашей почтенной аудитории.)
Мне 40, маме 60. Она давно вдова, но очень активная, задорная, вся в делах. Я ею горжусь. И вообще-то мы - как лучшие подруги. У меня есть семья и дети, но мы часто ее навещаем все вместе. Да и вдвоем болтаем обо всем Read more of this blog post »
Because mostly I am profoundly grateful to be here, to have taken a leap and come back to the place I spent some of my twenties, and now, entering my sixties. To sit and watch the green things pop out of the ground, to learn that snowdrops are equipped with their own anti-freeze, tRead more of this blog post »
Chicken Ranch Central Read more of this blog post »
To say this isn’t ambient would be an understatement, and it’s noted here simply because I veer less and less in my writing about music from the quiet zone, whether unnatural or natural or hybrid environments. So, yeah, don’t sit too close to your speakers, and attenuateRead more of this blog post »
As we move closer to Resurrection Sunday (Easter),
may we envision you headed toward the cross:
beaten and broken, mockedRead more of this blog post »
Gold draped Cadiz women.
Inanimate visual remnants of Reason, Enlightenment, Illumination and Prosperity revealed gifts from the Magus.
Alchemists transformed base metals into heavy symbolic chains weighing wrists and necks of Spanish matrons and patrons.
The Fleischer - a butcher - wore no gold.
ParingRead more of this blog post »
Hier après-midi, alors que je me faisais plaisir en revoyant Avatar en blu-ray, Malley s’est assoupi contre moi sur le canapé et a voluptueusement profité de ce moment de détente entre amis.
Très belle journée à vousRead more of this blog post »
Many of us, particularly in the North, like to think that when America gets involved in a conflict, especially on it’s own terf, that it’s a just war, a righteous conflict. But the truth is, most of the conflict we’ve fought in the past 243 years have been for economic reasons: tariffs and taxes, acRead more of this blog post »
What is the Church?? The historically venerable and Beautiful structures are, however, not the essential part... The core and e Read more of this blog post »
Lemon Squares are often made with gobs of butter and sugar and well, that’s one reason why they are so good. But, they are really about the lemon. Lemon is, or should be, the star of the show. I am convinced there are ways to lighten things up and still have great flavor with baked goods, desseRead more of this blog post »
I seldom post reviews but this one, received on April 4 is my favorite for several reasons. Importantly, it came from an Army Sergeant and even more important, he credits me with making changes to the way the NCO military clubs are now managed. Furthermore, I was unaware that the club system had beeRead more of this blog post »
Just added to my radio archive (click on date for link):
March 4, 2021 Nancy MacLean, author of Democracy in Chains and of a chapter cut from that book now published here, on the right’s reaction to Obama and what it portends for Biden • Tom Athanasiou on what the US return to the Paris climate agreeRead more of this blog post »
Le compte à rebours est lancé. Un an aRead more of this blog post »
I was talking to a fellow old-timer the other day and I asked him what he was doing. His answer: “I’m watching the snow melt.” I had to fess up that I’d been doing that as well.
As a kid, I always looked forward to the first snow in fall, and I was just as excited to see the snowmelt, evenRead more of this blog post »
Successful stories are driven by authentic and interesting characters, so it’s important to craft them carefully. But characters don’t usually exist in a vacuum; throughout the course of your story, they’ll live, work, play, and fight with other cast members. Some of those relationships are positiveRead more of this blog post »
The latest in a series of job advertisements.
I’m looking for a person to accompany me on Monday afternoon to JFK and watch my luggage while I’m being tested.
Decent working conditions.
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PART 1 (0:0 - 11:25):
Conflicting Visions on Issue of Abortion: Pro-Abortion Advocates Can’t Fathom Fetal Heartbeat Bills and Other Pro-Life Initiatives by “Abortion Absolutists”
NEW YORK TIMES (MARY ZIEGLER)
South Carolina Shows Where the Read more of this blog post »
Proponents of nuclear power like to claim that their pet energy source is so clean. I’m mystified by this argument, not mystified as a rhetorical device, but mystified in actual, I’m utterly confused, literal sense. Clean? What do you mean, clean? Have you actually thought this through? There’s no hRead more of this blog post »
As per Vedic astrology, planet Saturn rules over your sign. Aquarius, your sign is hosting congregation of planets, some are friendly and some planets are not (as per ancient Vedic astrology). This mix and match of group of planets in your sign will make this month an interesting montRead more of this blog post »
sunlight from above waves of beauty reflect
leaves fade instantlyInspiration: Poem demonstrating duality of life's experiences. Sunlight can cause beauty to show on waters, while cause leaves to fade and eventually dry out. So, in life, one event can cause one person joy and another, sorrow. Read more of this blog post »
Both Neanderthals and humans had similar auditory and speech capabilities.
2020 saw the highest number of traffic deaths in 13 years, despite driving being way down.
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Children, pets, video calls with friends and even working outside the house did nothing to increase people's sense of social connection during the pandemic.
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2:20Suggested clip 118 secondsHow to Pronounce ADVERTISEMENT in British and American …YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipHow do you start an advertisement?
Here are the most important steps you need to undertake:The SWOT analysis of the product andRead more of this blog post »
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