Blue Sky

17 Dec 18
MCKAY TIMES

He was standing by the gate, like always. I walked over to him, straightening my shirt and dragging a hand through my hair. The cold autumn wind brushed over me, and I debated going back inside to get a scarf. I freeze really easily, and I prefer wearing scarves from the 1st of September, no matter the weather.

17 Dec 18
NextFem

What does a tech startup founder look like? I can almost guarantee that your idea won’t match up with my guest for today’s show. She’s smart, spunky, creative, loves to roller skate, is only five feet tall, and she’s a perfect example of someone who found her passion, followed her dreams, and created something truly […]

17 Dec 18
Keith Kreates!

Kreative Kue 200 asked for submissions based on this photograph: I am grateful to John, Anjali and Kristian for making this a bumper week. John W Howell is the author of the John Cannon trilogy of My GRL, His Revenge, Our Justice and Circumstances of Childhood, co-author of The Contract, and blogs at Fiction Favorites. […]

17 Dec 18
Learning from Dogs

The Belgian Malinois gets delivered in real style.

17 Dec 18
www.eattravelive.com

Mcleodganj is that place which offers adventure, tranquility and awesome food, all rolled into one. It is perfectly suited for adventure activities as well as to witness a fusion of Indian and Tibetan culture. And if you like Old monks, then this is the place to be (pun intended: D) Lets have a look to […]

17 Dec 18
Blue Sky Day Trading

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

17 Dec 18
Picsocast

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17 Dec 18
Bess Ho 何玉明

The iPhone rang waking up me to take the gastro resistance tablet at half past four in the morning.  I was certain that the pillow I slept on was the major cause of my spinal pains. Yet without pillow, the pains had not been released as much as I expected. Therefore I tried to sleep […]

17 Dec 18
Sunshine Sue Travels

One of the first decisions I had to make was “how to do New Zealand”.  For years I had thought of renting an RV and driving both islands at my own pace…which I figured would take me about 5 weeks and a lot of petrol. The notion of doing it “my way” with no schedule to […]

17 Dec 18
Supernatural Writing

The Artists Call… A True Artist Creates And does not follow Blaze a Trail Of Rainbows and Stars Bring Colour to the World Where there is Darkness, Bring Light Where there is stagnancy, Bring Movement A True Artist exists in all of us Embrace your Inner Power Give your Life Purpose And bring Meaning to […]

17 Dec 18
ASL & Makeup

6 cool facts about snowflakes: Snow is made of sleet, which is created when snowflakes pass through the atmosphere and melt a little by the time they hit the ground.       2. Identical snowflakes have been found before and each snowflake has six sides because the molecules that make them up are hexagon-shaped.   […]

17 Dec 18
the wilderness of consciousness

I hosted a sleepover last night, and we all stayed up till late and my son woke me at 6:30. I somehow managed to drift back to sleep through the waking of the other two kids, and as I was listening to their conversation I willed myself into the vibrations I experience before I make […]

17 Dec 18
restlessjo

Why is it that whenever I suggest an outing to an event, my husband looks at me with some scepticism?  Granted, we have struggled sometimes to be in the right place at the right time, but we usually do get there in the end.  So it was with the Blessing of the Fishermen, in Quarteira […]

17 Dec 18
Ephemeral Halcyon

          Even in just a day, 6 of them would walk toward her in one healthy leg, a pair of injured mandibles, and two broken bones. While she would just sit there looking unbothered, welcoming them by spreading her wings and swinging her white and baby blue feathers. Then the day after Sunday would come, the […]