Big Backyard

23 Feb 19
The Essence of My Journey

Have you ever been overwhelmed because things aren’t going as planned? Have you ever gotten so frustrated because you didn’t know what to expect or what the future holds? Maybe you thought “Plan A” was the best and life was going to be so amazing but now you’re on “Plan F.” Well, I stopped relying […]

23 Feb 19
storyclouds

It was a cool spring morning in Mexico. Mr. Strong was eating a big breakfast out on his porch as usual. Every morning, Mr. Strong drinks one hundred cups of coffee and six hundred burritos. Just as he was about to pop the last ten burritos and gulp down the last cups of coffee in […]

23 Feb 19
Welcome to Yang's Blog

   It feels peace and comfort to me to see the reunion of one’s family. People celebrate when their lost things got found, not to mention a dog who is one of the family members. For those who are able to see the people they always been wanted to see, I get really jealous of them. […]

23 Feb 19
By Her Shelf

Nowadays, with the pressures of Goodreads yearly challenges, Twitter challenges, Booktube, book subscription boxes with shiny new spray painted pages, and new anticipated monthly book lists announced on blogs it’s almost impossible to consider rereading books. One of the worst things is when you start to pick up the beloved book you have loved since you […]

23 Feb 19
Lyf Journeys

All houses possess their own unique histories. There is a story in every piece of wood and in every brick or stone used to build the structure. There is a story passed from every hand that built and cared for it over the years. There is history in everything that occupies a space within its walls. […]

23 Feb 19
Lesley Cosme

STATE COLLEGE – The wind rustled, and the leftover snow on the ground began to pick up and dance, it was 10 p.m. and Derek Kalp was knee deep examining different sticks and stones in his backyard. His teenage son chuckled and rolled his eyes. “I don’t understand why he can’t do this during the […]

23 Feb 19
helenalindeman3

Plants To Acquire In A Tropical Landscape Setting The drive to take care of the Joneses can be a time-honored tradition, but chances are, the Joneses have a better yard than you need to do. Everyone sees the landscape of a home, but few think to enhance their very own. In the following paragraphs, you’ll […]

23 Feb 19
The History of the UWO

Catch all the UWO Action on Twitch!! https://www.twitch.tv/uwobackyardwrestling Before we get started: I forgot to include images from the attack Psycho Dreamer perpetrated on Dreconium (it has relevance for todays’ show) **apologies it was in the dark!   Our next show took place near a damn month later, on July 4th, 2004.  This was the […]

23 Feb 19
Astral Projection Secrets

I went to sleep at 1:30 and woke up at around 4 am. On my first dream i was on vacations in Uruguay. I was in a house with my family. Both my parents were there. They were playing loud music, and each one’s music claimed a half of the house. It was interestesting not […]

23 Feb 19
US Issues

The Week That Was: February 9, 2019, Brought to You by http://www.SEPP.org By Ken Haapala, President, Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: “On specific energy and climate issues I’m guided by what the data tell me, not by claims made in the scientific literature. This is why you will find me disagreeing […]

23 Feb 19
WGEH

Love & Money is a MarketWatch series looking at how issues surrounding money impact our relationships with significant others, friends and family. Married couples are making room for roommates. Sometimes, multiple roommates. Just ask Kelsey Riley Dixon. The 29-year-old business owner and her husband, a semi-pro kayaker, share a four-bedroom home with three male roommates […]

23 Feb 19
NOMADlis

Week 2 in New Zealand was spent WWOOFing at Aranui Farms. WWOOFing (I think it stands for We’re Welcome On Organic Farms?) is great – you spend 4-5 hours a day (sometimes less, never more) helping farming families with whatever tasks they need, and in exchange they give you a bed and more food than […]

23 Feb 19
The Journey.

DAY #122 Today, the agenda included going over to Marco Island to see if an old friend was down, then on to Everglades City, and Big Cypress National Preserve. I started out from the campground by taking one of the back ways out of the State Forest. It took about forty five minutes to go […]

23 Feb 19
Russia News Now

Politics & Elections Say Goodbye to Mitch McConnell’s America Education & Youth Does “Special Ed” Serve Students? Disability Activists Say No. Reproductive Rights What You Need to Know About Trump’s Latest Attack on Reproductive Health Environment & Health New Jersey Said 10 Years Ago It Would Rank Its Contaminated Sites. It Never Did. Racial Justice […]