Garden Groom

25 Apr 19
Red Sea

I often mentioned about my cousin sister. Today I am going to talk about her eldest sister. I only knew her nickname, Jerkhead. I will call her big cousin from here on. She must be at least 7 years my senior. Obviously she wasn’t a smart girl to be called such a belittling name. At […]

25 Apr 19
Piermont Grand

Have you not heard? Punggol EC is a hot concern in town! People have been badmouthing Punggol. Today, I will unmask the misconceptions and nip it in the bud. Punggol may be undeveloped now, but that does not mean it will stay by doing this forever. The federal government has actually already launched plans that […]

25 Apr 19
The Royal Watcher

Today marks the Anniversary of the birth of Princess Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood, who was born on this day in 1897. As the only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary, she had an enormous jewellery collection, which included Queen Victoria’s Sapphire Tiara and a Fringe Tiara, but the highlight of […]

16 Dec 18
SandS Photo - Wedding Photography

Inglewood Manor Wedding Photographers Inglewood Manor is one of the most popular and prestigious venues on the Wirral. It’s always been one of our favourite places to photograph weddings, ever since we started back in 2007. The beautifully-preserved Edwardian manor house is gorgeous. Set within 38 acres of grounds, it gives us an infinite variety […]

24 Apr 19
WCC Homestay

Please join us in welcoming Karlee Heath as our new Housing Coordinator. Karlee brings a strong commitment to international education with extensive studies in India, including study abroad and a fellowship for Hindi language. Karlee’s undergraduate at the University of Washington included International Studies with a focus in Human Rights and South Asia. Additionally Karlee […]

24 Apr 19
Wild West Destinations

Route 66 Amarillo, Texas Touring sections of Route 66 is the only option for most people, because of time constraints.  Relatively few people actually plan to do the entire 2,400 journey on Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica, mostly because it would take at least two weeks to see it all and at least […]

24 Apr 19
Art of Nashville

At this time of year in Middle Tennessee, natural splendor often outperforms any human-made art. But at Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, the historic home of Nashville’s Cheek family that was converted into open gardens and an art museum in 1960, nature and artist have come together in an exhibition meant to celebrate the former in […]

24 Apr 19
A Small Case Across India

Waking to pouring rain, we couldn’t have decided to drive north in worse weather. Sapna and her husband came with us for the taxi ride; he could not cut stone in the rain. But it was a long difficult ride – little visibility, the windows open to keep the windscreen from steaming up, traffic piling […]

24 Apr 19
Natchitoches Times

Miss Lindsay O’Neal Prothro and Mr. Peter James Kaple were united in marriage Saturday, March 9, 2019, at half past four o’clock in the afternoon in the Oakland and Magnolia Rooms of the Natchitoches Events Center. The ceremony was officiated by a friend of the bride and groom, Mr. Brandon Conroy, and readings were recited by Miss Megan Kaple, sister of the groom, and Mr. Raif Maddox Cobb, nephew of the bride. Another nephew […]

24 Apr 19
Original Positions

White environmentalism is a thing. I know I’m not the first to say that, but as I read over The Overstory, Richard Powers’ in some ways majestic, and in other ways, deeply problematic 2018 environmental epic of trees, I got a clearer and clearer picture of what white environmentalism is and what some of its problems are. […]

24 Apr 19
Country Life Adventures

As much as I would like to say that we are settling into a routine, it is still only a goal that we are working toward. In some ways we have some bits of routine in place. Brent is usually up before me in the mornings and he goes out to feed the chickens and […]

24 Apr 19
20/20

March 27th, Rachel, Logan, and I started our drive from Davis to San Francisco. We were excited to see that the drive should only take two hours.Hilarious.California is full. That includes highways. After sitting in traffic and paying our toll, we crossed our first bridge: The Bay Bridge.And from the bridge we could see other […]

24 Apr 19
Later Levels

Canines are having a bit of a moment when it comes to video games. With the advent of the Can You Pet the Dog? account on Twitter last month, gamers all over the world are finding out whether they can stroke mans’ best friend in their favourite titles. There’s nothing like venturing into an online […]

24 Apr 19
Inspirational and motivational articles

*FRIENDLY ENEMIES……..WHAT A LIFE* Episode 1 Samantha was all smiles as she made her way to Rentadress Shop in Wuse II to try out a wedding dress for her wedding which was scheduled to hold in a month’s time. She was excited as she boarded a taxi from Banex Junction. Who wouldn’t be happy in […]

23 Apr 19
Centre for Christian Studies

An excerpt taken from the end of Bob Haverluck’s book “Little Sparrows See God Fall” (and rise). This scene takes place after Mary encounters Jesus in the garden on Easter morning. Running and skipping back into the city, Mary’s mind was running too. “What a good mistake, thinking he was the gardener. He is the […]

23 Apr 19
Brave Travels

To my surprise, I realize that the wedding that brought me to England might seem as glamorous to some as my trip to the Pyramids. What made it so English? Well first all of the English accents! I was one of the half dozen guests from abroad, and coming from the west coast of Canada […]