Christmas Street

18 Feb 19
abuffstravels

Having never been to Europe during the holidays, I thought a trip was in order this past December. So I set off for England, Germany, and Austria to experience the festivities of the season. With apparel appropriate for the winter climate, I set out to meet friends via the use of the underground, to meet […]

18 Feb 19
Blogtor Who

Jenna Coleman and David Morrisey join the star-studded guest cast for the fifth series of Inside No. 9 starring Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton. For those not in the know, Inside No. 9 is an anthology series, with each episode bringing an original story, a cast of new characters, and surprising twists in the most unexpected […]

18 Feb 19
Lux Mumma

We recently travelled to Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia, for a family weekend getaway during February. A modern metropolis which also has a medieval history prevalent in the old town. Visitors can enjoy an urban getaway coupled with traditional architecture and Croatian hospitality. With this in mind, I thought I would share five family […]

18 Feb 19
Campus Break

It’s been long since I last wrote anything in this post, well, I could lie and say I was working on some shity project somewhere, or say I was busy screwing some girlfriend I had or even say I was celebrating the holiday and visiting coast to swim on the salty beaches and bitches (if […]

18 Feb 19
Live Train Race

At the moment, I’m just getting back into training. I had a long break after Ironman Italy, some of it deliberate, some caused by a bizarre knee injury, some caused by our house project. Then Christmas and the disruption to training routines that that brings. Anyway, since the turn of the year, I’m finally getting […]

18 Feb 19
43 Keys Media Consulting Group

[iframe style=”border:none” src=”//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/8690330/height/100/width//thumbnail/yes/render-playlist/no/theme/custom/tdest_id/925856/custom-color/336699″ height=”100″ width=”100%” scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] BEFORE WORLD WAR II, the Ku Klux Klan was an important social and political force in Key West. And Manuel Cabeza ran afoul of that force. A native Conch and World War I veteran who was said to fear no one, Cabeza was deeply […]

18 Feb 19
A PLACE FOR WORDS TO REST

My parents thought I would be a boy. They didn’t know what to name me. My Grandmas both thought I should be named after them. Mind you what I’m telling you my Mother told me. My name is Olivia Alberta Way. Mom claims she got my name from a book; she never remembers what book. […]

18 Feb 19
Herdrakness

“And now, Harry, let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure”. Hello, my name is HerDrakness, and I’m a Harry Potter Addict. I’ve been one for 16 years and counting. And for what I got, there aint no cure… I didn’t grow up reading these books. I discovered them at […]

18 Feb 19
Collected Writings

Prologue Home The windows of houses were darkened with sleep. Silence eclipsed the town. A fine rain fell, swallowing the ends of streets. A halo encircled a lone porch light, a table lamp was glimpsed through parted curtains. Steam rose from beneath the train station, long closed for the night. The sign for Grantsville flickered […]

18 Feb 19
ART IS ALIVE

Migrate Art is a remarkable charity that raises money through contemporary art to help those affected by the refugee crisis. On the occasion of ‘Multicolour’, a new fundraising auction and exhibition which will be launched on 19th March, Art is Alive catches up with its co-founder, Simon Butler. Contemporary artists have produced new pieces using […]

18 Feb 19
Jamie-lee's Journal

I had the absolute pleasure of going shopping at Gunwharf Quays on Saturday and I was definitely in two minds about the place!

18 Feb 19
onamissionblog

We are back in Kigoma safe and sound for the start of year 6 at Joy in the Harvest. There were a few bumps on the journey (and we’re not talking about turbulence at 37,000 feet), but God took care of those obstacles and used them for His good. As His angel Leandra said to […]

18 Feb 19
View 2 Life

Amongst all the carb-loading done this Christmas it was time to shred some fats. That’s when we planned for a Cycling ride all around the top stops of Nagpur. Starting from IT park we made our first top at the Zero Mile capturing ourselves with the Nagpur metro sculpture and then the troop forwarded to […]

18 Feb 19

GOODBYE Dedicated to JAMIU .M and all my childhood friends who are long gone. Dear friend, you have cut me open. Your untamed bye has evoked feelings long forgotten. I still remember how we roamed the streets. Practicing all the tricks we saw on HOME ALONE. Enjoyed the attention from other kids. Calling ourselves the […]

18 Feb 19
A Pastors Reflection

An amazing story of Redemption. King Saul’s reign was ended, King David is now established. This is the back ground to a remarkable prophetic story in the Old Testament. 2 Sam 9:9 David asked, “Is there anyone still left of the house of Saul to whom I can show kindness for Jonathan’s sake?2 Now there was a […]