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19 Apr 19
My smart blog 9285

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19 Apr 19
Ralph the Blanket

INDIANAPOLIS — A complimentary hotel pen taken from a room at the Best Western in Chicago nearly three months ago is reportedly losing its ink and may finally need to be thrown out, hotel guest Matt Jensen, 37, confirmed on Thursday. “From when I first picked up the little guy to sign for room service […]

19 Apr 19
Rachel Swirski

This week I’ve been working on a different kind of project: helping my boyfriend with the game he’s creating for the Godot Wild Jam. This month’s theme is black hole, so we’re working on a game about kitties who go on an interstellar adventure. Cosmic hilarity ensues! My role has mainly been helping to come […]

19 Apr 19
Allie Paints

We are encouraged to check out some artists for inspiration so I looked at Richard Wentworth first, a Google picture search revealed: no plants! And no paintings either: just photos of incongruously placed objects: plastic bottles wedged between trees and posts, found things (or perhaps more accurately, lost ones: an old glove, something hanging off […]

19 Apr 19

I wish I practiced drawing and doodling every day but it usually slips out of my mind when my work load gets heavy. That is why my BuJo for this year has a small space in the corner of my weekly spread to make sure I doodle at least every week. If you don’t already […]

19 Apr 19
Techno Sayam

WhatsApp has come up with its new 2.19.106 version, bringing some new features on the app. Among the new features is the new finger authentication feature, said wabetainfo.com that tracks WhatsApp updates.

19 Apr 19
Ruskin Journal

Written by Josh Robins Max Bianco looks and sounds like a man born rather in the wrong decade. He seems about 50 years late to the party but always appears to be making the best of what he must assume to be god’s little typo with some humour.  The Hartlepool born singer- songwriter, with his […]

19 Apr 19
Steve Swift's Rock Remedy

Since 1999, 14 albums. Brant may be a laid back dude, but his work rate is admirable. Usually very cool, this ‘lost’ album from a low period in his life when music was more than just a distraction, come 10 instrumentals he made on his own; certainly ‘Can’t Outrun The Sun‘ has the feeling of […]

19 Apr 19
Anjana's Art Corner :)

Yesterday, I was lost. Lost in the midst of memories, of school and such. It’s hardly a month since school’s over, and I’m already missing it! It all started with me clearing my bookshelf, which was redolent of old books. A mere flip-through of my roughnote revealed a lot- A LOT; numerous ‘X-O’s’ and BINGOS, […]

19 Apr 19
Off The Beaten Track

    Llanbister Road is coming along nicely now but true to form I am making a few changes. To begin with I am now going to model a chapel, well it wouldn’t be a true reflection of Wales without one would it? But the main reason for going down that route is because I […]

19 Apr 19
Stella's Place

From TaraRoss: On this day in 1775, the “shot heard round the world” occurs at Lexington Green! It had been mere hours since Paul Revere ended his famous ride from Boston to Lexington (see yesterday’s post). Seven hundred British soldiers were en route to Concord. Their goal? They wanted to seize the weapons and supplies […]