Favorite Lights

19 Jun 19
European adventures of Heath

The free time we experienced while in Paris has been my favorite time thus far. A group of us went to the Eiffel Tower and stayed for hours just looking around and taking in the essence of Paris whether it be the smells of the food stall near us, the laughs of the people nearby, […]

19 Jun 19
Spiced

Topped with a cornmeal and brown sugar streusel, this Blueberry Streusel Cake is a delicious recipe for breakfast, brunch or dessert! And now you know the rest of the story.  Wait, what story are we talking about today?  Well, brunch, of course.  That wondrous meal that falls somewhere between mid-morning and early afternoon.  When else […]

19 Jun 19
NJspots

Let me be the first to tell you, I have GAS. I got it bad. No, not the gas you may be thinking of, but one more associated with photography – Gear Acquisition Syndrome. Over the last 10 years in photography, I’ve bought A TON of accessories and pieces of gear that I thought were […]

19 Jun 19
Coram Deo ~

Have you ever lost the power to your home? Over the years this has occasionally happened to my wife and I. During those times I can’t tell you how many times I have found myself walking through the house flipping on the light switches, only to quickly remember that the power is out. In the […]

19 Jun 19
Women and Words

So, every now and then I veer away from whatever novel I’m working on to write a short story. I have tons of them, most unpublished. I write them for fun. I get an idea and I want to see it on the page. So today, for lack of anything else to say, I’ve decided […]

19 Jun 19
Yards of Happiness

I finished my Soldotna Crop last week and I just kept thinking, should I make one for Jellybean? So I took my knitting time yesterday to whip up a tiny Soldotna Crop for her too! It was such a quick knit for myself that I couldn’t resist whipping one up for her. She’s just so […]

19 Jun 19
SAVE, INVEST AND RETIRE

How We Spent 2 Weeks in Spain and Portugal – Part 1 Barcelona is like no other city in the world. It is full of amazing architecture, great art, tasty cuisine, and beautiful beaches. You can spend days exploring this big metropolis and never feel tired of it. It is not a surprise that Barcelona […]

19 Jun 19
Tanya Foster | Dallas Lifestyle & Fashion Blogger

I’ve definitely mentioned more than once that I love cute shirt dresses! They are just so easy, versatile and classic. I think we all can appreciate a simple work to weekend option that’s polished with both structure and femininity. Shirt dresses are light and loose, so they will conceal any problem areas for you. Or if you want to define your waist, try a belted shirt dress like mine (sold out but similar here). So why are shirt dresses so great? Let me tell you!

19 Jun 19
B G Thomas - writer

I met Leo at a science fiction convention in Kansas City about ten years ago. He was dressed as a hobbit – Bilbo to be precise. I thought he was adorable and sexy as heck. In fact, I flirted with him in that way we gay boys do. I wasn’t trying to get into his […]

19 Jun 19
Let There Be Light

Why God Made Your Mouth Article by Scott Hubbard, Editor, desiringGod.org The average person speaks at least 7,000 words a day, or about 50,000 words a week — the length of a short book. We are authors, all of us, publishing 52 books a year from this printing press called the mouth. Which should make […]

19 Jun 19
It's About The Book

Hi! I am Rhys Ford and I would like to welcome you to this stop on the Ramen Assassin Blog Tour! I am looking forward to introducing you a new series as well as two very fun characters I enjoyed writing, Kuro Jenkins and Trey Bishop. The first book, Ramen Assassin, came to me as […]

19 Jun 19
GlamChic

There is no better matching in hair colors than brown with a blonde. It will give you an elegant and unique look, which will always stand out. It doesn’t matter if you have short, medium or long hair, brown hair with blonde highlights will nearly always be a good idea. Of course, you need to […]

19 Jun 19
ALINA KADYNTSEVA

Day 1: Cairns to Wallaman Falls Julia and I rocked our double backpacks once again as we trekked across town to pick up our home for the week, a Jucy campervan we nicknamed Sherman. Soon enough, Julia was behind the wheel and we were on our way! Although we had been in Cairns for the […]