Baby Alive

20 Feb 19

Putting up this blog again was hard. It had been done and then the Universe (or a bad technological bug) stroke and deleted most of the content. To put it up this time around was even worse. So I asked myself: Why so difficult? Lots of people just DO it! and ReDO- IT! I couldn’t […]

20 Feb 19
Streetrunner Life

It dawned on me that my 2018 recap which had been roaming around in my head for a month was never put to paper. So how would I sum up 2018, in the immortal words of Dave Chappelle – I’m broke, [word I don’t say]. I’m broke! Wow the hits kept coming. I got a […]

20 Feb 19
New Conservative Movement

PHOTO: Shutterstock Article by Bryan Howard February 20, 2019 Republican Senator Ben Sasse has been pushing hard for the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act to be voted on in the Senate. This bill has been filibustered by Democrats, but this will be coming to a vote officially on February 25th. The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection […]

20 Feb 19
What Love Style Makes A Successful Marriage, Load of Psycho Crap

Austin was born on a Monday afternoon.  The week of Thanksgiving.  It was a traumatic birth for him that caused bleeding on the brain.  Austin was also six weeks early and weighed 6lbs.  Just like his brother.  They looked completely different.  Austin didn’t cry or even open his eyes until his due date.  When he […]

20 Feb 19
Anna Kaling - Romance Author

Hey, what do you think of the new website? Be honest, because if I cry it’s not like you have to see it. Anyway, I continue to read a bizarre range of books – in this post, the memoirs of a doctor so funny it hurts, a sci-fi classic, and a charming historical gay romance. […]

20 Feb 19
Three Daughters and a Hungry Cat

Today I miss my babies. They’ve all 3 been replaced with these gorgeous, brilliant, kind, loving, rebellious, driven little girls. I’m so grateful to be their mom, but, on days like today, I miss my babies. The chubby cheeks are starting to thin out on my youngest and become more girl-like rather than toddlerish. J […]

20 Feb 19
Creative Writing Collection

The letters in his hand were crisp, clean, and pure white and had the age of youth while Sebastian’s hands were wrinkled, old and worn out. He smelt the perfume of the letters which were like flowers in the room showing down onto him. He rocked slowly as he held them and whispered ‘Lillian’ while […]

20 Feb 19
LeightonFlowersExoposingaWolfinSheepsClothing

Kemp Responded by Email in a very Disrespected and ugly manner which was nothing more than evasion and deflection because he knew he was just dealing a deck of cards of man-made philosophy that that was powerless and had fell to the ground empty, void and powerless. His argument is nonsensical, illogical and just plain […]

20 Feb 19
ngigewriting

What makes Facebook worth all the time we spend on it each day? To me, it is because it has made it possible for us to reply with stickers. And what better way to reply to your followers than through the use of Pusheen the Cat stickers! A critic has insulted you? Reply to their […]

20 Feb 19
Americana UK

On his fourth full length release Trapper Schoepp has pulled off a trick that only really occurs once or twice in any given decade – the reshaping of folk rock to sound fresh and new. On ‘Primetime Illusion‘ he can be found breathing new life into a dependable genre, with an exuberance that probably hasn’t […]

20 Feb 19
That Doctor Who Fan Blog

The last time that we saw the Doctor, he had accepted that he was too dangerous to travel with anyone that he cares about. He appears to be doing some kind of farewell tour, knowing that the time until his fixed death at Lake Silencio is rapidly decreasing. It is known that he is about […]

20 Feb 19
Our Surrogacy Journey

Our little family is beyond blessed to be welcoming two beautiful miracle babies in the next few months but to say it isn’t stressful would be a big fat lie. As all of you know baby brother was a complete suprise. Like a turn your world upside down surprise. In October I had surgery(a hysteroscopy […]

20 Feb 19
Under the Counter Tapes

Whettman Chelmets Giant Eyes & Infant Steps (Girly Girl Musik) The first tape of 2019 from prolific and versatile Joplin instrumentalist Whettman Chelmets, Giant Eyes and Infant Steps, is a gentle autobiographical concept EP soundtracking the early moments of parenthood, most notably the muddled mishmash of emotions and states one experiences, including exhaustion, confusion, fear, and […]

20 Feb 19
Hamlets & Hyperspace

Just dropping a quick review in here today.  It’s a graphic novel so I tend to have less to say about those.  I’ve read Brian Vaughan before and I like him quite a bit.  (I read the entire Y: The Last Man series last year and loved it.) Rating:  ★★★★ This was pretty good and […]