Color Outside The Lines

21 Jul 19
Encouragement Ministry

Dreaming and Hoping…   Are you a dreamer, a doer, or both?   We dream about what we want to do.  We visualize it, but we also put plans to it.  We measure, take notes, organize, and set specific goals with timelines to complete a project.   Sometimes a project cannot be started right away […]

21 Jul 19
Shivelight

Today I’ve spent a remarkably long time looking at myself – something I very rarely do. But this will make little sense unless I start at the beginning. About a month or so ago, I applied to be a model in a nude nature photoshoot. It was a project by a wonderful photographer Rouva Musta, […]

21 Jul 19
The Life Force Blog

This is a transcription of a handwritten (pencil actually) journal that I kept during our family’s trip west in 1968. The primary purpose was to allow Dad to attend his Commencement (get his PhD degree). But we also visited a lot of notable parks along the way. We hauled a fold-down tent trailer behind a […]

21 Jul 19
The Jazz Man

Billy and Steve were in the Christmas spirit!  Billy had graduated high school and had not a real plan as to what to do with his life going forward.  He actually was so involved with church work and his regular 8am – noon job at the furniture store…that there was little time for thought and […]

21 Jul 19
The Journaling of Casey 138

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21 Jul 19
G. R. MILLER

As promised, this week’s blog concludes the three-part story about how a 1946 Studebaker parcel van helped turn the summer of 1966 into one of the most memorable times of my life. Last week’s installment ended as my brother Gene and I had just picked up one of the van’s co-owners, Tom, and then drove […]

21 Jul 19
The Journey of Riis 267

Find out which are the best gap cards, what are their likelihood of successful, what are the chances of obtaining a pair, or a established, or a flush on the flop. Discover out click here in between the same fingers. I.e. A two-pair isn’t just a two-pair. You can have higher two pairs, high-reduced or […]

21 Jul 19
US Issues

By Jean Tepprman – Re-Blogged From East Bay Express As the United States has begun transitioning away from the use of coal and petroleum as a source of electricity and fuel, natural gas has been viewed as a relatively benign fossil fuel. After all, natural gas produces less carbon dioxide when burned than those other […]

21 Jul 19
Rohit D

Growing up in Bheemili and Vizag, the east coast was very familiar to me. Every now and then I would go to the beach with family or friends. While it was dirty previously, the Vizag beach now is pretty clean. The weather still sucks though. Konda was leaving to Scotland for his post-doc in some […]

21 Jul 19
The Free Range Naturist

2019-06-22 We needed a quick getaway from it all. We wrapped things up Friday night to hit the road Saturday morning. The idea is a cruise and a campout in the cool mountains. We felt the need to do something for the Solstice World Naked Hiking Day, even a day late.

21 Jul 19

I’m very excited to share that books two and three in the Bound Magic Series are now under contract with my publisher, Red Adept Publishing! The Trilogy is under way! I couldn’t be more thrilled. Book two is drafted, edited, beta read and in the hands of the RAP editors now! I hope this means […]

21 Jul 19
Lagoon Translations

New week! New chapter! I hope you enjoy it!! Translator: Roblag Editor: H.K.Glenstid It’s within one of the second-floor rooms that a certain Count Malta was lost in thought. Due to the damages, the Bordeaux mansion suffered from the magic beasts, the man was forced to reside in this miserable place. Not only were the […]

21 Jul 19
LILLIE ROSS

Your HelloGiggles horoscope, July 21st to July 27th: Make self-love a bigger priority The summer is finally on. This week…

21 Jul 19
Steve Trumpeter

“A Pamphlet for This” was originally set in 2037. That’s because the spark for the story came from the idea that electric cars will someday render obsolete the practice of suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning from sitting in an idling car in a closed garage. From there, I figured that it might be fun to […]

21 Jul 19
Suds in Asia

Sunday, June 23 As we touched down in Japan, I was struck by how lush it was! I guess it’s one of the positives of coming during the rainy season. On the flight, one of the attendants insisted that we only needed one customs card for our group, however the customs officer didn’t accept the […]