Brass Boot

23 Feb 19
Provocative Truths

“The great art of life is sensation, to feel that we exist, even in pain.” Lord Byron

23 Feb 19
Mike Windham

I think he’s a cowboy.  I didn’t meet the man.  I didn’t talk to him.  I just watched him live a few minutes of his life. I was sitting at a table, drinking coffee, watching the world.  The man  may be thirty years old.  Not much older, I’m sure. He walked in. He had the […]

23 Feb 19
Suprastratus

Bett quickened her steps to come alongside the Fleet officer’s long strides. The boardwalk shaded from the last of the sun’s light, Flight Captain Kapell’s face, gaunt and ghostly, floated between her dark coat and black hat. The cloud of her breath alone betrayed any sign of life. Bett fell behind again and again as […]

23 Feb 19
paizay

… if you are going to get ill in France don’t do it at the weekend !!! On Saturday lunchtime, at some friends’ house – Sandy developed a jabbbing pain in her tummy; she got progressively more uncomfortable during the evening, then at 3am she asked me to take her to hospital. I – being […]

23 Feb 19
outlet de marcas

Make almost guaranteed that each of our Mens Prada Bags Sale Outlet andbag people are shopping for is the latest genuine or even authentic Prada handbag. Comprehensively inspect the most important hardware exercised for typically the handbag. Prada uses solitary antique brass on all of its Prada wholesale handbags. Handles and straps close to Prada […]

23 Feb 19
The Frantic Garden

My old neighbor — we’ll call her Tonya — verbally abused her pets. It was like living next door to a David Lynch biopic of Joan Crawford. One summer, I was digging a fire pit in my back yard. It was the middle of a nice, warm day, probably in June. Suddenly, over the fence […]

22 Feb 19
Abby Hershberger | chronic illness | style | affordable finds

I work at a school and this week was jeans week! I love styling outfits with jeans because its like a blank canvas, jeans really go with anything! I am really picky about jeans though! I have tried on so many different brands of jeans. My favorite place to get jeans tends to be old […]

22 Feb 19
Berlin Erasmus

Early morning queuing for Berlinale tickets.   On any given night, the city hosts dozens of events, your job is to pick one. I arrived on Saturday night, so headed for the Homeless Veggie Dinner. Volunteers take donated food and cook a delicious meal, for the homeless and for those who want to support them. […]

22 Feb 19
badgerthoughts

Ouroboros © R. Hans Miller Darra looked at the small group of coins in the palm of her hand and counted them carefully in her mind. Four silver stars, two copper bits, and one half of a gold tip. Not much, but sufficient to get her on a ship to the port of Delsoy. The […]

22 Feb 19
Jim Powell along with his family, friends, and classmates

“You ever hear of the butterfly effect? Basically, it poses the question ‘if a butterfly flaps its wings in China, can it start a series of minor wind changes that ultimately results in a tornado in Nebraska?’ Some guy named Lorenz came up with the idea and it forms the whole basis for the theory […]

22 Feb 19
Blue Marble Villa

A merrier setting hadn’t been since the most recent night attack at Targoviste between forces loyal to their Wallachian prince and the Ottoman Turks. There were always wars to be fought be they against the Saxons, or Sultan Mehmed II and his brazen janissaries, or even closer to home when Vlad III’s father and eldest […]

21 Feb 19
FutureSpiderScribe

The bright American flag whipped around the pole as the windy rain from the late summer storm pelted all of Philadelphia. The litter on the south Philly sidewalks swarmed in a current of flowing rainwater seeking sewer runoffs and drain pipes; the crumpled old papers and food wrappers getting caught under parked car tires or against […]

21 Feb 19
bamfthwipsnikt

The bright American flag whipped around the pole as the windy rain from the late summer storm pelted all of Philadelphia. The litter on the south Philly sidewalks swarmed in a current of flowing rainwater seeking sewer runoffs and drain pipes; the crumpled old papers and food wrappers getting caught under parked car tires or […]

21 Feb 19
MysteryTribune

As one of the first impossible-to-put-down thrillers of 2019, The Break Line by James Brabazon is a propulsive, high-concept new novel from a unique new voice in the genre. A journalist and filmmaker, debut author James Brabazon has traveled to some of the most hostile environments on the planet, including Sierra Leone, where the book is set. The […]

21 Feb 19
The Urban Twist

Luxury consignment or luxury resale is slowly becoming a trend all thanks to The RealReal.