Book Fair

16 Feb 19
The Mary Morstan

Disclaimer: as the title suggests, this is, in fact, a compilation of my first impressions of the book. I will post a follow-up to this post when I finish it. I was in a bad mood and was walking around my local Walmart when I happened across its meager book section that is half crossword […]

16 Feb 19
My Thoughts Exactly

Today is my baby boy’s 13th Birthday. That is so hard to say. To make things even more ironic I went yesterday to visit a friend that just had a beautiful baby girl, in the same room I delivered Eli in. It was so surreal to think that 13 years ago I was in this […]

16 Feb 19
Ashley Kay thats me!

This photo gave me a feeling of completion! I don’t know if it was my spirit finally tapping into my nature calling or maybe I visualized myself being a flower and actually blossoming into a strong beautiful flower never concerned about the other flowers surrounding me. Because until I found a mirror I never knew […]

16 Feb 19
Batman News

Toy Fair is way bigger than comic book characters, but the footprint for comic-based toys—and in particular toys and collectibles based on Batman and the wider DC Universe—is huge. And one of the biggest toes in that footprint is Diamond Select Toys. Their lines of DC Gallery PVC statues, resin busts, and Vinimates are already […]

16 Feb 19
Rethinking Life

“Why do you draw in your books?” he asked, standing next to her, watching her finish a sketch of an old man. “Why don’t you draw in your books?” “It destroys them,” he said. “It enhances them,” she said. “We can never be together,” he said. “I agree completely.” “We could have really been something.” […]

16 Feb 19
Canvas of a Face

Hello my beauties! As you’re reading this I am most likely finishing up the first crew work call for the spring musical. Since I knew I’d be wiped, I’ve scheduled this- I hope you don’t mind. This week’s favorites cover a wide variety of areas, so let’s jump in shall we? Skincare I had some […]

16 Feb 19
B+ Movie Blog

So what we do here each year as a warm up for the Oscars is, I break down each of the 24 categories. The idea is to both familiarize everyone with the category and its history. I look at what the major trends are throughout the past bunch of years, how the precursors tend to […]

16 Feb 19
Gretchen Hikes

DISCLAIMER: This post is not directed specifically at any one person or group of people. It is intended to help friends and family understand the best ways to discuss their concerns with their hiker, recognize and address legitimate fears and threats, and to understand how persistent worry can actually hurt your relationship with them. There […]

16 Feb 19
Mothering through the seasons

I set out to write something about keeping going through the dreary and seemingly endless days of a wet British winter. I started on one such day, and forty eight hours later am finishing it while sitting under a cloudless blue sky, listening to a chorus of birds with the warmth of a pale winter […]

16 Feb 19
Doalnara Agricultural Academy

Good morning. All throughout history, the particular trait of Elijahs was that they all met God at dawn. This morning, we will learn about dawn prayer. Let’s look at Matthew chapter 27:1-2, [When morning came, all the chief priests and the elders of the people conferred together against Jesus in order to bring about his […]

16 Feb 19
Words and Thoughts

It was supposed to be easy.  All Stan had to do was clean out the loft in the barn.  As a young teen, he frequently got assigned the “dirty” work.  Most of the time he didn’t mind, even when it meant mucking out the horses’ stalls. So, here it was, a steaming day in July, […]

16 Feb 19

When technology stretches intelligence… The tragic world of a med bot; a machine intelligence probing its constraints; and a cybernetic enhancement that might kill you… or make you a savior for your people. This box set of FOUR NOVELLAS (plus a bonus flash fiction) provide an intriguing glimpse into the dark corners of the Singularity […]

16 Feb 19
Just 2am thoughts

I’ve always wondered, is that even true when people say “maths is so useful in future”. Like, please explain me bro, how? When the heck i would face a situation after school where I’ve to first find the value of x and y? I don’t know how to love myself and accept myself as I’m, […]

16 Feb 19
Wake Up To Digital

I am sure that if we all looked back on our career there are people who we have encountered who stay in our psyche for both good and not so good reasons. We look at those who have inspired us as positive role models and take the good lessons from them and remember how amazing […]

16 Feb 19
From the Headmaster's Desk

Every year in February, we travel to the frozen north for the Hillsdale College Classical Schools Job Fair. This year there were dozens of classical schools in attendance–both private Christian schools and charter schools–from all across the country. After a day-long conference with our fellow Headmasters in the Barney Charter School Initiative, Ms. Loy and […]