Bird

21 Apr 19
Literary Fictions

Dream Boy ~ A Capsule Book Review by Allen Kopp The novel Dream Boy by Jim Grimsley is set in rural North Carolina. No time is given when the novel takes place, so we’ll assume it’s in the 1950s since it has a 1950s feel. Nathan and Roy live on neighboring farms. Nathan has just […]

21 Apr 19
everyteamever

The Philadelphia 76ers have seen the highest highs and lowest lows in the NBA. Good or bad, they’ll take fans on a hell of a ride.

21 Apr 19
Blog

In the first week, I didn’t do much homework, I almost had a rest. because I feel a little tride. At the weekend, I went to ningbo, I bought a ticket for the high-speed train, and about an hour later I came to this big city. The purpose of this trip is to take more […]

21 Apr 19
illustratedworlds

Joshua and I sat for an hour 22 miles from Astoria on Highway 30. We weren’t the only ones. There was a line of cars miles long in both directions. Joshua took his sand shovel out of the backseat and decided to dig us a way to the beach. While he scraped at gravel, other […]

21 Apr 19
Pest Life Control

Should You Worry About Birds In Winter? https://t.co/ViExijNHit — Pest Life Control (@PestLifeControl) April 21, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/PestLifeControl April 21, 2019 at 03:26PM Should You Worry About Birds In Winter? https://t.co/ViExijNHit — Pest Life Control (@PestLifeControl) April 21, 2019

21 Apr 19
Write Mania

The Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden (popularly known as Guwahati Zoo) is the largest of its kind in the North East region and it is spread across 432 acre (175 hectare). The zoo is located within the Hengrabari Reserved Forest at Guwahati, India. The zoo is home to about 895 animals, birds and reptiles representing almost 113 species of animals and […]

21 Apr 19
lakesidelivingsite

An Amish Reunion is a book of four stories. The stories are easy to read and a good length to read in an evening. Each centers around reunions of sorts from large family reunions to just the reunion of old friends. These stories focus on relying on God and helping others. Their True Home, by […]

21 Apr 19
Birdland Crush

No matter how you spin things, the Baltimore Orioles got a decent start this afternoon out of Dylan Bundy. He put the Orioles in a spot to win the game, and as I’ve said many times that’s all you can ask of a starter. Bundy’s line: 6.0 IP, 7 H, 4 R (two earned), 1 […]

21 Apr 19
Safar Pest Control

Bird Exterminator Gold Canyon Az https://t.co/fd44OlRqb4 — Safar Pest Control (@SafarPestCNTL) April 21, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/SafarPestCNTL April 21, 2019 at 03:16PM Bird Exterminator Gold Canyon Az https://t.co/fd44OlRqb4 — Safar Pest Control (@SafarPestCNTL) April 21, 2019

21 Apr 19
The Architectural Dance Society

Once again…a selection of 25(ish) songs, old or new, that most captured my attention during the first three months of 2019. Each half is painstakingly sequenced and segued… part 1: Monday Machines “Ruined Morning” (0:00) Amanda Shires “Eve’s Daughter” (4:29) Jealous of the Birds “Plastic Skeletons” (7:34) Listening Center “Driveway” (10:43) Charlie Looker “Golden Flesh” […]

21 Apr 19

Gunna take some time to do the things we never had… Africa, until very recently, has remained an unexplored and mysterious continent for me; most of my knowledge having come from researching animal extinctions or my Disney-watching days (who’s excited for the new Lion King film?!). After receiving every vaccination available to man, malaria tablets […]

21 Apr 19
bethlovesblue

This poem is a riff off of another poem by George Ella Lyons.  As a teacher I would use the lesson the author provided and help students create “I am From” poems, which were always beautiful.  I never took the initiative to write one myself… I would model lines here and there, but was always […]

21 Apr 19
gretchandboys

Last year I took over the elementary and middle school yearbooks. I enjoy arranging the pages and finding great pictures to put into them. Last year I had a yearbook class that met everyday. It was a small group of girls that totally bonded and had a lot of fun together. This year it is […]

21 Apr 19
The Monastery

In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth. (Genesis 1:1) What a powerful statement. And when talking about men in the Bible, where better to start than at the beginning? We will begin our journey in the same place that life began, in the garden. Come along as we briefly explore the story […]

21 Apr 19
Wellesley Sports Blitz

Now that school vacation is over, it’s time to get back to the crux of the action. It’s another full week for spring sports, so let’s not waste any time and jump right into what’s upcoming this week! Monday 4-22 Softball vs. Walpole (Lee) 3:45 pm Girls Tennis vs. Walpole 3:45 pm Baseball @ Walpole […]

21 Apr 19
thesingersgirl

Drained djinn, pacify Lucinderwith a cardamon-colored blanketand a coffee-stained pacifier.This little chick is on fire.Push not, pusher, you push the girl.Up and down a sliding scaleof good and evil– bird or weevil. These wishes come truein a puddle, a jinx of maple syrup.The joke’s on me, we shouldn’t stir it. We are stuck together,because I’ve bathed […]

21 Apr 19
Kelly and Garett Get Away

Garett and I arrived last evening to Istanbul! The new airport here is enormous; it took us a half hour to walk to passport control without stopping and there were teenagers stationed throughout the building to guide us so that we didn’t get lost down a side corridor. And once we made it to the […]