Fun

23 Mar 19
Rockin' the Mom Life

Some times life gives you little moments to grow from.  You can choose to be inspired by any and every moment in your life.  Instead of wishing you had more in your life, you can be inspired to create that for yourself.  It will mean so much more to you if you create it for […]

23 Mar 19
Expose The Rose

So. Boring. Done absolutely nothing fun other than hang out with my dorm buddy at his house this whole week. I go back to the dorms Sunday night and lemme tell you; Spring break needs to be longer. I’m sitting in the bathtub at home as i write this. I’ve been video games a lot […]

23 Mar 19
Kinzie Things

The short blurb bit: Prince Gerald lives in a world that is about to get very uncomfortable for him. Once a person turns eighteen in the Thousand Kingdoms, they must find a spouse. This search for a life partner takes place in the form of an unusual quest. Everyone must choose whether they will head […]

23 Mar 19
Marysa Writes

Writing has taught me how to tell stories through my fingertips and put images to the emotions normal languages can’t explain. It has taught me how to turn flower petals into velvet, and rose thorns into razor blades. It has taught me how to feel words for more than just their definitions. I have a […]

23 Mar 19
The Grounded Gypsy

The travel trailer life. Unless you live the nomadic RV life yourself the next sentence is going to sound really bizarre to you. We live in a travel trailer. No, we aren’t waiting for a house to be built. No, this isn’t a temporary thing. We live – like all the time – in a […]

23 Mar 19
Codgerville

Last night’s play, at local playhouse The Pear , was the world premier of Sojourn by Evan Kokkila-Shumacher. It was… interesting. The staging was clever and attractive. The acting was competent. But it was a lot longer than it needed to be. I almost left at intermission, but stayed for the second half to see if they […]

23 Mar 19
Life Hacks

Ok so, I’m kind of new to writing. I wrote a couple of books in my teens but they were just for fun. I’m now starting to write a book I hope to get published. So, my book starts about a year in the future then will go back to the start (if that makes […]

23 Mar 19
Robert's Site

In this weeks activity design I created a classroom made out of the dimensions of shipping crates. Lupton mentions modularity. She also mentions that there are different kinds of modules used in the world. Keeping the other elements in the back of my head as I created this classroom I began to design. When starting […]

23 Mar 19
Toronto Sun

DUNEDIN, Fla. – Marcus Stroman looks forward to feeling like he’s going to puke again. He also can’t wait for all the tossing and turning he’ll do in bed the night before it arrives. Six years in the big leagues, Stroman still gets nervous before he pitches. The butterflies start the night before and continue […]

23 Mar 19
Little Scientists Site

Hi, little scientists! Have fun with this game played in class: Invertebrates Take a look at the classification of invertebrates you worked on in class:

23 Mar 19
Working From Home Is Real

Try to imagine life if you didn’t have your home based business. It may be your sole income source or perhaps a terrific supplement. This article will teach you not only how to keep your home based business from failing, but also to expand it. It is very important to keep your customers happy. It […]

23 Mar 19
By My God

“This year is going to be so much fun. You better buckle in your seatbelt…actually don’t. I want you to fly.” -Jesus ( Jesus told me this today as were just conversing) I am always looking for comfort. For safety. I hate taking risks, new changes. Things I am not ready for or things that […]

23 Mar 19
Family Pagan

When it comes to meditating the younger the child, the better.  You can start a good practice as early as three years old. At this age, it is essential to lay the groundwork and give them a positive feeling about meditation.  It takes patience to install a few basic fundamentals into your child that will […]

23 Mar 19
The Other Stuff

This is my fourth blog post about Stephen King. Similar to Donald Trump and his obsession with how many times his image has appeared on Time Magazine’s cover, Stephen King should be tweeting about the Other Stuff. He’s gotten more real estate than anyone but me. The other day I attended a large work meeting. […]

23 Mar 19
The View From My Room

Happy Weekend, All!  And, by the looks of the forecast, more of the same sweet weather is in the works.  All these people running off to warm temps and we’ve got a pretty decent week in store for those of us still hanging around.  Getting ever closer to sitting outside at a coffee shop or […]

23 Mar 19
Have a Cup of Steve

The name of my blog should perhaps be changed, at least temporarily, to “Dental Woes and How My Return of Saturn Came Late.” I’m not hugely reliant on astrology. In some Gnostic thought, those who have received the sacraments (I think specifically the sacrament of Baptism) are no longer under the influence of their astrological […]