Elf On The Shelf

23 Feb 19
Ug Does Stuff

Having painted some lizards i saw the “Island of dawn” box set, many elves and Skaven … this box is sadly no longer available which is sad because it has some really sweet models in it, think these are my first horses , horses are pretty cool to paint. Expect some more of these and […]

23 Feb 19
Kellogg company

via Aubrey Fisher https://ift.tt/2U38hnB

23 Feb 19
Kellogg company

via Aubrey Fisher https://ift.tt/2U3Sxkt

21 Feb 19
Quests & Queers

[Return to Episode Guide] [Next Episode Summary] With Finnigan abducted by an imp, the party discusses whether to attempt to pursue their skittish new companion and considers that they might have been misled on their route. They unbarricade the door and return to the hall that they left. The hallway seems changed, however, dilapidated beyond […]

21 Feb 19
Becoming a better Nik

Are you familiar with “progress not perfection”, & ideas like just take the first step & the rest will follow? I have stopped being dismayed by how slowly things are happening.  Now I am just one-step-at-a-time ing it through my list.  & ever so slowly things are being crossed off that list.  A day that […]

21 Feb 19
I'm All About Books

About the Book Herbs and Homicide (The Faerie Apothecary Cozy Mystery) Cozy Mystery 1st in Series Novelwright Mysteries (September 27, 2018) Paperback: 217 pages ISBN-10: 1949453030 ISBN-13: 978-1949453034 ASIN: B07HR4D74K Looking for a unique paranormal cozy mystery series that’s lighthearted and fun? Settle into the cozy countryside of Moss Hill, where house-elves rent rooms, sprites […]

20 Feb 19
Arnor Has Fallen!

“In which Some troubles are Dealt with and Some History is Given”

20 Feb 19
Treat Your S[h]elf

  The Witch Elm by Tana French Viking Genre: Mystery/Thriller Release Date: October 9, 2018 My Rating: 🍪🍪🍪.5 Big books scare me. There, I said it. When I went to collect this guy off the hold shelf at the library I immediately started to panic as I attempted to stuff the massive hardcover into my […]

19 Feb 19
At the End of the World is a Book

I was so excited to start reading this, partly because the book I was trying to read was boring me senseless and partly because the synopsis of this sounded so good. This is another book from my Waterstones Haul. Synopsis (as taken from back of book) is as follows: Meet Shay Silverton Kipling, the Captain’s […]

19 Feb 19
potter58barron's blogs

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18 Feb 19
Lost in a Good Book

Published: 17th July 2018 Publisher: First Second Illustrator: Carey Pietsch Pages: 256 Format: Paperback ★   ★   ★   ★   ★  – 5 Star Welcome to the Adventure Zone! SEE! The illustrated exploits of three lovable dummies set loose in a classic fantasy adventure! READ! Their journey from small-time bodyguards to world-class artifact hunters! MARVEL! At the sheer metafictional chutzpah of […]

18 Feb 19

Beliard was once full of life. While not the biggest of cities, it was certainly large enough to warrant a place of prominence of any map of the region. It was known as a pleasant enough place to put your feet up after several days on the road. Its people were of mixed dispositions, as […]

17 Feb 19
Country Boy Salvage

Hello from the snowy Home Farm . So very much snow these past weeks …. ugh … I have never been a fan of winter … ever But .. we live in Iowa … so we deal with it . Fresh snow sure can make the farm beautiful . Peaceful . Tranquil . My friends […]

17 Feb 19
housty and rock

BACK ON THE BLOG TRACK It’s been a while. Apologies. The drive to write and share stories got a little lost in the turbulence of late 2018. The van fire kind of messed things up. But we have emerged on the other side. It’s now 2019 and we are in a completely different place. As […]

17 Feb 19
Fig Jam and Lime Cordial

Legendary tennis great Arthur Ashe famously said… “Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” I first read this quote in Katrina Rodabaugh’s Mending Matters, where she uses it to explain her approach to Slow Fashion. For me, it’s great advice for all of us trying to live a bit greener. […]

16 Feb 19

6 Very Hearty PAX joined me in the rainy, wet gloom for a mix-it-up workout, gathering under the convalescent center to start. PAX were: Tramp Stamp, Crawdaddy, Fortran, FloRida, Gilmore, Epstein, and Doubtfire (QIC). We did a little bit of everything. After no FNGs were seen (imagine that), QIC ran through a shortened version of […]