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19 Jun 19
Bulletin

A giant kiss cam is going to be set up the day of the Dublin Pride Parade and those showing the love get free ice cream. June is Pride month, celebrating when activists rose up and fought for equality, taking a positive stance against discrimination and violence against members of the LGBTQ+ community in 1969. This […]

19 Jun 19
Rants and Revels

I promised that I’d write reviews for lots of other exciting media I’d seen in the past few months, but never actually got round to doing it. The main reason being that uni has made me unbelievably happy, and has made it hard to find negativity in anything I watch. Endgame was a cinematic achievement, […]

19 Jun 19
Bumps Along The Road

Hello everyone! I hope you are all having a wonderful day! So summer is just around the corner (bit grey in the sky at the moment!) but that’s okay! We can still do many other things whilst we wait for the sun to appear. I’m hoping to do more barbecues this year. I love the […]

19 Jun 19
On the road with Gerald Dickens

Shows can be like London busses, you wait for ages and then three come along at once, and so it has been for me at the beginning of June.   June 5  Hillbark Following my busy weekend in Rochester I had 2 days to relax before loading up the car again and heading off to […]

19 Jun 19
Paddle Against Plastic

This year I’m stoked to be teaming up with KEEN footwear, on their Better Takes Action Campaign. I first knew about KEEN when they sponsored an Adventure With A Purpose stream at the Women’s Adventure Expo that I was talking at a few years ago. I loved the shoes I was given, finally finding a […]

19 Jun 19
Our Travels

Sat, Jun 15 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Citavecchia is a 60-90 minute drive to Rome which was our target destination today – to complete our 3rd major visit to the Eternal City.  Originally as part of our Insight Tour in May 2005 (when we stayed at the Crowne Plaza which we passed on the way to/from […]

19 Jun 19
The Westmorland Family Blog

There’s certainly something nostalgic about fish and chips. Whether its childhood memories of a Friday night supper from the local chippy, or a memorable holiday by the sea, we all have our favourite version of fish and chips. It’s no coincidence it remains the nation’s favourite dish! At Tebay Services, our fish and chips are […]

19 Jun 19
Lucky Life ::

जो बीत गई सो बात गई जीवन में एक सितारा था माना वह बेहद प्यारा था वह डूब गया तो डूब गया अम्बर के आनन को देखो कितने इसके तारे टूटे कितने इसके प्यारे छूटे जो छूट गए फिर कहाँ मिले पर बोलो टूटे तारों पर कब अम्बर शोक मनाता है जो बीत गई सो […]

19 Jun 19
GHANA PAGE

Controversial queen of Comedy, Afia Schwarzenegger has expressed displeasure over the ongoing kidnapping cases which mostly involves Nigerians. The media personality in an Instagram post lashed out at Ghanaian landlords who rent out their houses to these Nigerians without proper documentation. ALSO READ: 4 Times Nigerians have been involved in kidnapping in Ghana so far […]

19 Jun 19
GEEKY MYTHOLOGY

Here we are again with me having no content to post so I resort to ask games.. sorry (not sorry) *insert appropriate emoji here*. Today’s questions are inspired from some young adult and fantasy novels so it should be fun! I found this questions really interesting that’s why I decided to answer them though I […]

19 Jun 19
stellabeventing

Well here I am – before me on the window seat my collie. That streak of black and white perfection, sleek both in movement and as now in watchful repose. Aware of each and every whim of mine and ready to indulge them -while I sit he sits – apparently asleep, but should I move […]

19 Jun 19
Creative Fox.

He  was  moving  houses  once  more  and  hence,  a cloud full of  thoughts  made  him  cringe,  as  he  was  packing  the  last  boxes  that  were  laying  around  his  bedroom.  The  sky  was  indicating  that  it  was  going  to  be  a  beautiful  afternoon  and  Jerome  couldn’t  help  it  and  started  cogitating  on  how  the  first  twigs  […]

19 Jun 19
Sharon C. Cooper

  LOVE AT FIRST SOUND BY AMAKA AZIE   Heartbroken Emem moves away to start again. Can sexy younger Yomi rebuild her heart? Heartbroken after discovering her fiancé’s double life, Emem Akpan ends the relationship and moves into an apartment at the other end of Lagos, determined to get her life back on track with […]

19 Jun 19
Bert's Books

When two small sisters go fishing to the magic pond, they find something much better than a frog or a newt. They find a bog baby. Small and blue with wings like a dragon, the girls decide to make him their secret.

I won’t tell if you won’t. But the bog baby is a wild thing, and when he becomes poorly, the girls decide they must tell their mum. And she tells them the greatest lesson: if you really love something, you have to let it go.

19 Jun 19
What Saysie Makes

I was fortunate enough to receive some advanced samples of Sedef Imer’s new fabric line Rhapsody for Riley Blake Designs. Oh it is sooo pretty! I especially love the main teal print and the attention to details like the tiny white hearts. I’m also (of course) absolutely in love with the tiny pink floral fabric. […]