Brave Soul

24 Apr 19
Nihel's Notes

I thought I was scared of sharing my work with the public for a long time. Until moments ago actually. I finally realized why I had this belief. The idea of sharing my deepest self; this quirky, weird, intensely analytical personality that obsesses over obscure topics, with my old High School “friends” and a collection […]

24 Apr 19
intentionallyagoraphobic

Cold stones crunched into the loose dirt as Macon stepped upon the path to walk into town. Eddie had been incessant about checking in with the Ranger station before getting to town and Macon couldn’t argue. Something was off, the air had a taste to it like an empty pan left on a stove. Nothing […]

24 Apr 19
Reader Voracious Blog

Greetings from my hiatus, friends! You may have noticed that my posting frequency this week is up and I have done a little blog hopping – YAY! – but I am not 100% sure that I am back from my hiatus yet. I’ve just had a few decent days, which is cause for a celebration. I expect to be really back full-time come the beginning of May. 😁🌺

Spring has officially spring and it’s that time of the month that I make your TBRs quake with fear and grow exponentially, friends! April had so many amazing releases, and May is definitely continuing that trend for us readers. Grab onto your wallets friends, here are 11 Anticipated Releases for May 2019!

📝 In case you are wondering how I manage to keep track of upcoming releases and choose the books I am most excited to highlight, check out my Edelweiss 2.0 Guide!

24 Apr 19
Kamie's Wave✨

Holy! I have not started on my reading activity for this year yet for the past quarter and it took me long enough to realise this. I’m thankful for this blog if not I would not have realised that it’s been so long since I last grabbed a book to read. I like this as […]

24 Apr 19
BLACK & YELLOW

Byline: B&Y, 24 April 2019 Tomorrow’s release of Avengers: Endgame marks the culmination of the ten-year, 22-film odyssey that has been the Marvel Cinematic Universe, otherwise known as the MCU. Though it will continue into the future, with new and exciting stories to tell, there’s no doubt that this is the end of a significant […]

28 Mar 19
Honest & Naked

  Winston “Winnie” Sheri Wallingford  Our little lady Golden Nugget entered this external existence March 18th, 2019. Our hearts are profoundly grateful for the ten days our sweet Winnie held us in her presence; she is a brave, beautiful, warrior-dragon princess.  In the abundance of the morning light, Winston left her physical form, surrounded by […]

28 Mar 19
Honest & Naked

  Winston “Winnie” Sheri Wallingford  Our little lady Golden Nugget entered this external existence March 18th, 2019. Our hearts are profoundly grateful for the ten days our sweet Winnie held us in her presence; she is a brave, beautiful, warrior-dragon princess.  In the abundance of the morning light, Winston left her physical form, surrounded by […]

24 Apr 19
Shopper News Note

Friday in Lindsay – Area church hosts baked potato lunch  Calvary Baptist Church of Lindsay is set to host a baked potato lunch on Fri., Apr. 26, according to Lisa Jackson. The lunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., and includes a loaded baked potato with choice of pulled pork or chili, […]

24 Apr 19
mibeeshbabu

I felt as if I was slowly dying myself when I stepped on each roughly paved stones all the way up. It’d been a tiresome trucking I have ever had though, particularly all alone , without even having a bottle of water, a brave move, a foolish one at the same time. Any other much […]

24 Apr 19
some of my thoughts!

uh hi! if you stumbled across this blog post, then thank you for reading! i really appreciate it. i originally wanted to keep this personal, as i do with most of my writing, but felt that it would be a waste if i did, and i need the satisfaction. please read the whole thing and […]

24 Apr 19
Winds 'n' brooks

I am able to make a little art here and there. This is what I want to show you. While I was sick there was a lot of thinking (and no it did not hurt to think 😛 ) During the things that happen around the world these days it looks like the violent is […]

24 Apr 19
Belle on the Battlefield

Just as in our modern culture, music shaped the daily lives of those who endured the hardships of the Civil War. And I’m not talking about the classical bits that would carry over from the previous century. I mean songs written just before and during the war. There are hundreds of songs, maybe even thousands, […]

24 Apr 19
Buen viaje.

Firstly, a disclaimer. This space should serve as a way for me to document and laterally recount my travels and experiences as they develop. My impressions are my own and therefore entirely subjective. Buenos Aires. The worthy capital of Argentina with a population of roughly 2.9 million. Pretty big. Leaving New Zealand at the end […]