Cc Skye

22 Jul 19
WWD

The head of the licensing juggernaut has built a $9 billion-plus business in less than a decade.

12 Jul 19
New World Witchery - The Search for American Traditional Witchcraft

Summary: We’re taking a bit of a magical road trip and visiting a couple of witchy museum exhibits this time. We’ll stop by Cornell University to chat about the recent “The World Bewitch’d” exhibit there with one of the curators, then hop over to Cleveland, Ohio to visit the Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick. […]

07 Jul 19
What's my name?

Hello there! and welcome to my second update for SimNaNo 2019! Last chapter we had our first toddler in the house, a fussy girl (who’s actually never fussy… seriously she doesn’t give any trouble!) and we also welcomed the second little one into the house, a boy named Aric! I’m sure this update is gonna […]

04 Jul 19
Avid Reader

Hello everyone! In continuation of my new series ‘Backlist Books by Genre‘, I decided to come up with a list of some of my favourite books in the Fantasy & Paranormal genres: A Darker Shade of Magic by VE Schwab An Ember In The Ashes by Sabaa Tahir Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz […]

28 Jun 19
The official Washington D.C. news site - timworld.info

LONDON – Filmmaker Spike Lee showed up to London Stadium and was immediately surrounded by microphones and cameras, wanting to be part of history watching his beloved New York Yankees play the Boston Red Sox in the first major league games in Europe. Hall of Fame slugger Reggie Jackson envisioned playing his whole career at […]

28 Jun 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

CLOSE USA TODAY Sports’ Bob Nightengale discusses the Yankees and Red Sox playing the first-ever MLB game in Europe. Max Schreiber, USA TODAY Sports LONDON – Filmmaker Spike Lee showed up to London Stadium and was immediately surrounded by microphones and cameras, wanting to be part of history watching his beloved New York Yankees play […]

22 Jun 19
What's my name?

Hi there! and sorry for going silent so long, I’ve been preparing the updates for SimNaNo and I got a little carried away with playing xD But anyway! Last chapter our founder moved to San  Myshuno to start her life, she met lovely Nina Caliente, and both of them started a cute and very fast […]

17 Jun 19
My Normal Gay Life

If you’re feeling like life is sort of stagnant, I promise a road trip is a great way to pull yourself out of a slump. These days we tend to book flights and get to our destination as quick as possible but what if, for once, you let the journey be the highlight of a […]

13 Jun 19
Niles & C.C

by Aimee(aimeed@earthlink.net) “‘S no good,” mumbled CC contentedly. “Don’t bloody care, you’re staying,” Niles agreed amiably, dangling his hand over her from behind and caressing her swollen tummy. CC scowled playfully. “I hate bed rest. Bed and rest just aren’t two ideas that I connect anymore. Bedtime is play time.” Niles leaned up on his […]

13 Jun 19
The Guide To Romance Novels 🅑🅛🅞🅖

Welcome to my BOOKSTAGRAMMER SPOTLIGHT, where I show some love to our fellow Bloggers, Bookstagrammers and common Romance Readers. I started this because while there might be a lot of us out there, each of us is different and unique in not just reading, photography, books…everything! A fun way to show some love & learn a little […]

12 Jun 19
On the West Highland Way

Awakened early by very strong winds. We decided to leave late morning after it warmed up a bit. What has become our favorite quiz show, The Chaser, was on. At 9:30 we got into the car to cheat death as we motored up the Isle of Skye. After thirty minutes we arrived in Portree, a […]

12 Jun 19
On the West Highland Way

No pictures from me today. Ceece covered it pretty well. Here’s my perspective.. Not fun. Not fun at all. Even having to describe this day is not fun. We had a quick cereal breakfast at 7:15 and loaded the car. As we pulled out, I felt like I did back when I was learning to […]

11 Jun 19
On the West Highland Way

Very frustrating. I got the pictures in and updated at 1am. Then I did the writing and the wifi went out. So here is another try. We slept well and went to breakfast at 7:30am. Then we began the final 15 miles of the Way. The day was perfect – sun shining and 60 degrees. […]

10 Jun 19
On the West Highland Way

This was the day we had all been waiting for and somewhat dreading. It was only 9.5 miles. But two of those miles contained the Devil’s Staircase, a brutally steep ascent over the highest pass on the West Highland Way. We slept poorly in the Ballichulish Hotel. It was old, run down, and hot with […]

09 Jun 19
Gordon Setter Notes

Moray Armstrong’s entry at Bath was shown as 43 making 48 and looking at the results on the internet I make it there were 22 dogs and 26 bitch entries. There were no absentees shown in dogs and three in bitches. Moray awarded BOB to the BCC winner, Maureen Justice’s Sh Ch Liric Nostalgia who […]

05 Jun 19
Frequent Miler

Travel Mileage/Points Increases Merchant Best Rate on 06/05/2019 Best Rate on06/04/2019 Adidas 6 (0.5) mi./$ 5 (1) mi./$ Best Rate History Aldo Shoes 5 (3) mi./$ 3 mi./$ Best Rate History Barneys New York 12 (1) mi./$ 5 pt./$ Best Rate History Bose 8 (1) mi./$ 3 (1) mi./$ Best Rate History Cabelas 5 (1) […]

04 Jun 19
BecauseItzThere

The Bucket Reserve List: Potential Future BucketList Destinations Alas, our Bucket runneth over. Or maybe that should read…”Yippee! There’s too much cool sh-t to do!” Brian and Sylvia hope to complete all the BucketList adventures in about ten years…or at least as many as they can in that time. But we’ll always be adding new […]