Chariot

23 May 19
a blog of my own

  When asked, everyone would say that they know who Daenerys is no matter they have watched the show or not—and see I don’t even have to say which show she is from. But unfortunately, not everyone knows about Medea, who did the dragon thing before it was cool. Since it was hyped so much, […]

23 May 19
'Baby-tism' of Fire

So, the first phase of the Babytism is complete.  We survived the first year, and what a year it has been.  We have been through so much and learnt even more than we thought possible.  We can now change a nappy whilst not fully removing a teeny wee human from their snow suit; put a […]

23 May 19
Carpe diem

  A few weeks before heading to Istanbul, a city perched on the borders of both Europe and Asia, it was appropriate to see and hear Montreal-based Kiya Tabassian and his ensemble, Constantinople, perform Dalla Porta D’oriente (“From the Gateway to the East”) on their early musical instruments at in Victoria.  Here’s a sample. https://youtu.be/Jdgz19rFuy8 Earlier […]

23 May 19
The Rescue of the People

On the 31st of May,3Eden Ministries brings to you a first of it’s kind,a historic Revival in the Kingdom of God. This Revival will be God Himself promoting peace and reconciliation amongst not only those that will be ministering,but amongst all of His children. This memorable event will be recorded and broadcast on various forms […]

23 May 19
Adventure Adrenaline Online

Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Williamsburg, Virginia is home to some of the most thrilling and extreme coasters in the United states. With some new and some old, it is not surprising that these coasters are loved by many. I am going to be travelling to Busch Gardens this summer for the very first time, and […]

23 May 19
DREAMLIFEPLANET

In 1887, as Colorado’s gold production neared its peak, the Ground Hog mine near the town of Gilman yielded an unexpected treasure: a ropey branch of gold that split into a trio of curling tendrils. Standing just over 4.7 inches tall and weighing roughly half a pound, the yellow curlicues of precious metal represent the […]

23 May 19
Warehouse Find

Guest blogger Michael Noble returns. This time with a tribute to model kits, and a familiar to many of us tale of when Moms just want things to be clean. No matter what the cost. And the joy of discovering that at least part of our childhoods can be relived. When I was a kid, […]

23 May 19
New and Used Car Reviews, Comparisons and News | Driving

The new Nissan Kicks, reborn Toyota Corolla hatchback, and redesigned Volkswagen Jetta are fresh, affordable, and compelling

23 May 19
The Grace Watcher Report

BREAKDOWN OF BIBLICAL ESCHATOLOGY (LAST DAYS OR END TIMES) ~ WHICH WERE REFERRING TO EVENTS IN THE 1ST CENTURY, NOT A CENTURY THOUSANDS OF YEARS LATER! (Keep in mind, I am a Christian, as I believe the Bible was written AFTER all these events occurred [POST-DICTION], which made it seem as if Jesus and the […]

23 May 19
the wondering library

Sometimes known as Kassandra ( same pronunciation i think ) or Alexandra is the daughter of king and queen Priam and Hecuba of troy. So many people know Cass ( were calling her Cass for convenience ) as one of Apollos few “girlfriends” who didn’t jump off a Cliff or turn into some flora, however […]

23 May 19
Weapons and Warfare

There was curiously little pacifism in the High Middle Ages. St Augustine, already by the fourth century, had formulated a theory of just war (bellum justum), and subsequent clerics interwove his theory into a wider ideology of Christian kingship. The ideal Christian king tried to avoid war or, if war was unavoidable, tried to find […]

23 May 19
CubeTube

Benefits of travelling : 1. 2. 3. No one can deny that travelling is very important in our life to see the world and different cultures. It lets us experience life in exciting different ways. To start with, travelling gives us the opportunity to disconnect from our regular life. We need to forget our problems […]