Blossom Bucket

16 Dec 18
The Cuthulu Express

    In the constellation of La Tora, people live in only three absolute Dimensions. In Dimezones like these, Time, Space and Bulldust are immutable. Everything else depends. In those Dimezones, things can be, like: TIME – the bee with a soft sharp sting, that comes to terminate the woman, chooses to do her at […]

15 Dec 18
Bulletin Board

Life (and death) as we know it Or: Not exactly what he had in mind — leading to: What is right with people? Rusty of St. Paul  reports: “It was a long week of life (my brother NOT needing heart surgery after being told he NEEDED heart surgery) and death (our friend calling for emotional […]

15 Dec 18
The Mimosa Blossom

Please welcome author Cynthia Hickey to The Mimosa Blossom. Cynthia, thank you so much for taking the time to stop by. BIO Multi-published and Amazon and ECPA Best-Selling author Cynthia Hickey has sold close to a million copies of her works since 2013. She has taught a Continuing Education class at the 2015 American Christian […]

14 Dec 18
Snarky in the Suburbs

Fake snow, meeting cute, and the classic two second end of movie smooch means Christmas is here and warning I’ll throw down with anyone who doesn’t agree with me.  Being an influencer is a huge deal right now.  You’ve got your YouTube influencers that include people with make-up tutorials that teach you how to do […]

14 Dec 18
UPROXX

Tyler’s latest sartorial offering, GOLF’s Autumn/Winter 2018 collection sees the creative machine stride further into the world of couture.

14 Dec 18
Darlene's Homeschool Daze

December meant freedom from school curriculum for Darlene’s young men! Freedom reigned for them to divulge into Christmas activities without math assignments on their mind! The Christmas music started up early, while the festivities began. Decorations were under control. There was a check for snow outside. That might mean a snow shovel employment opportunity. Or […]

14 Dec 18
jamakea taylor

Beads of sweat dripped down my neck as I fought the urge to scratch at the feverish mosquito bites being rubbed raw between the skin of my feet and my tennis shoes. I winced. With my backpack protectively clutched against my chest, I traced the shape of my camera lens and its cap with my […]

14 Dec 18
Travel Blog

Very few cities in the US transforms like NYC during the holidays. Parks, hotels, trains, display windows, and more become completely unrecognizable from their summer counterparts. Since there is so much to see, we’ve gathered all the info you need here to plan your perfect Christmas in NYC. All opinions are always our own. This […]