Finn Comfort

23 Feb 19
Stamps – n - Lingers

Happy Saturday, y’all! Well – last night, at the end of a long and turbulent week, Wayne and I went to dinner with our friends in what has become a routine for us.  Not all routines are something to be eagerly anticipated – but this one…definitely is.  It’s a nice thing to look forward to […]

22 Feb 19
WMR's Blog

Worldwide Market Reports has announced the addition of the “Global Therapeutic Shoes Market Research Report 2017”, Report offering you more creative solutions that combine our deep geographic experience, intimate sector knowledge and clear insights into how to create value in your business. Therapeutic Shoes Market report 2017-2022 focuses on the major drivers and restraints for […]

22 Feb 19

Har ni sett att det börjat ramla in nyheter i butiken? Jag har idag använt mig av en av de nya stencilerna från Stampers Anonymous på ett kort. Bakgrunden är infärgad med distressoxider, och därefter har jag embossat uppepå med hjälp av stencilen. Blomman är en stämpel från Concord&9th, en av mina favoritstämplar! Textstämpeln är […]

21 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
SAM TODD reckons Finn Harps need to make the most of their few home comforts in their bid for Premier Division survival. Harps play their first home game back in the top flight tonight when they host last year’s Double-winners Dundalk at Finn Park. Finn Harps ace Sam Todd But defender Todd, 20, already knows what the aim is for this season. Todd told SunSport: “I’d say it’s the same as most other years, survival. “That’s what it’s about. Hopefully we can get a few results, get a few wins under our belts. “We know what most other teams are probably thinking coming here, ‘it’s Finn Harps, ah you know’. Harps began their Premier Division campaign with a 1-0 loss to Bohs at Dalymount Park “Hopefully we can get results there, get a few points on the board. It would be great to survive but it will be hard in this division.” As first visiting opponents go it could not get any harder. But the Lilywhites are also mindful that new signings such as Jordan Flores and Sean Murray are in for a culture shock. Finn Park, with its tiny dressing rooms, open terraces and boggy pitch, is as far removed from plush English grounds as you can get. Harps themselves have been planning for the last decade to leave the ground for their new home in Stranorlar, with hopes of moving now in 2021. But Todd said: “I don’t mind it to be honest. Growing up, I wouldn’t have played in any mad stadiums so it doesn’t seem any different to any other ground to me. “Most of the Dundalk players would have been here before but maybe there are a few who are in for a shock. “It’s probably not up to the same standard as most other grounds in the league. And it’s such a long way that I know a lot of teams hate travelling up. “We had a good home record last year — having it again is obviously important. “But of course last year was the First Division and the Premier is going to be much, much harder.” Finn Harps host Dundalk this weekend That said, Ollie Horgan has a team with plenty of top-flight experience, with Todd one of the few not to have played in it before last Friday’s loss to Bohemians. Brought through the ranks by Derry City, the Carndonagh native made the bench regularly in 2017 without seeing action and was loaned out to Harps last season. After he helped the Donegal men to promotion via the play-offs, new Candystripes boss Declan Devine was keen to bring him back to The Brandywell. Paddy McCourt, a team-mate last year who is now part of Devine’s backroom team, was also in touch. But Todd opted to sign permanently for Harps. He explained: “I was with Derry for the Under-17s and Under-19s and in first-team training and stuff but never really got any game-time until I went on loan to Finn Harps. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ SPORT” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] “I was speaking to Declan Devine and of course Paddy was at Finn Harps and went there so I spoke to him. “But I wanted to stay at Finn Harps. I didn’t want to turn down the opportunity to play. At the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about. “I made a lot of friends there. I thoroughly enjoyed last year.”
21 Feb 19
Archy news nety

The adaptations will always be the butter for the bread of Hollywood – devil, the Oscars have their own category of screenplay dedicated to it – with books and short stories that continue to be the main source of creative fuel that, hopefully, will fuel the success of the box office . Obviously, 2019 will […]

20 Feb 19
OHgeeleelee

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Source: Kindle Unlimited Synopsis My abilities are growing every day. But thanks to my new friends, I know that I’m not insane. Even so, there’s a darkness inside me. It’s been getting stronger. A reality that I’ve been trying to avoid. Being near the boys draw it out. Being close to them also make […]

20 Feb 19
THE SHINBONE STAR

All we need to do is to grit our teeth and bear the next two years. And we best keep quiet about it too — for fear of arousing red-hat lunatics into pointless argument. I hear the same sentiment everywhere — even as recently as a couple days ago in Helsinki from Finns, who are […]

20 Feb 19
Connor J. Finn

My heart starves like hunger in my chest it cries for attention so I lift my hand and rest it where I wish someone else would. I comfort it like I wish someone else would.   And I feel like an island but no I am not an island. I am a lake; a disappearing […]

19 Feb 19
LivWell on Deck

Xin Chao! Goooooooooood morning Vietnaaam!!!! 3 ports done but still many more to come!  Vietnam blew me away!  I was not expecting to love it as much as I did, and it has definitely earned a spot on the places I have to go back to.  This is going to be a long post, but […]

19 Feb 19
DaDMuM

*This review is not sponsored. This is my honest opinion and I’m not being paid in any way for this blog. I purchased the doll for Finn in 2016 at full price. I was then gifted a second doll for Teddy at his birth. ** I first bought the Lulla doll in desperation for baby […]

19 Feb 19
Seattle Pockets

The Seattle Wine and Food Experience offers FOUR events this February (one of these experiences is already sold out). There’s something for just about everyone. Events include: THURSDAY FEB 21: Comfort at SODO Park FRIDAY FEB 21: Pop! Bubbles & Seafood at The Sanctuary  (Sold out!) SATURDAY FEB 22: The Grand Tasting at Bell Harbor (VIP […]

19 Feb 19
Southeastern Railway Museum

Photo courtesy of Kathryn Parsons Willis Following the Civil War, the railroad was the most important industry that African Americans worked in. In the South, freed slaves had few fates to choose from, among them sharecropping, domestic service, and railroading. Working on the railroad was a low-paying but steady job with many positions that were […]

18 Feb 19
"Outspoken"

Draft Start Date: 12/28/2018 It’s been a while since I’ve written a ‘Wiggly-Butt’ post (i.e. a post about my dog, Finn). It’s kind of random, but I just remembered that I should write something about my dog…because he just deserves to be written about! Thankfully, this update is not because of some huge, recent development […]

18 Feb 19
Resonant Exile

Isabell had always set the wants of others above her own. Her wellbeing the likeness of a dust covered oak trunk, laying forgotten beneath the high shelf where she placed the polished needs of the people around her. The type who would cut herself on the shards as she picked up the parts of a […]

18 Feb 19
Why Evolution Is True

It’s Monday, February 18, 2019, and National “Drink Wine” Day. Again we have the scare quotes, as if we’re only supposed to pretend to drink wine. At any rate, I’ll have to eschew the vino as it’s a fasting day for me. We have three inches or so of snow on the ground, but the weather […]

18 Feb 19
Flowers For Socrates

February 18th is (U.S.) Presidents Day Battery Day * Crab Stuffed Flounder Day National Drink Wine Day Pluto Day * _______________________________________ MORE! Toni Morrison, Ray Charles and Audre Lorde, click