Grayers

19 Jul 19
The Love of Myers 952

Belts can be a excellent fashion accessory. You can get a belt in lots of types or colors. A bright belt is the perfect way to include enjoyment to a straightforward pair of denims. Combining debt collectors with black is a excellent mixture that is modern this time. You are probable to see many people […]

18 Jul 19
The Story Teller

My surroundings are seemingly taking on a grayish shade as I move forward. I stop. I’m looking to either side of me. Am I going blind? I turn to look behind me. Everything before is a dull faint color seemingly overcome with the darkened gray you would see as dusk gives way to night. Taking […]

18 Jul 19
OUR DAWN IS HOTTER THAN DAY

Genre: Fiction Rating: ★★★★★ / 5 Format: Paperback Length: 368 pages TW/CW: Drugs, Drug Use, Addiction, Alcoholism, Cheating, Abortion

18 Jul 19
The Journey of Kusk 368

For most people, it’s been a long, long time since they have gone shopping for the latest fashions out there. You might have a wardrobe that is outdated; the time to go out and shop is now. There is nothing wrong with needing to replace your wardrobe, what is good for you is that this […]

18 Jul 19
PT Tennessee Blog

I am currently on a plane to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and I have 13 hours to reflect on the people, groups, and life events that have brought me here. I’m going to Cambodia for orientation and training because in September I will begin a two year internship working and teaching in a church and school […]

17 Jul 19
Carla Lee Suson, Novelist

A magical connection exists between those who actively work to grow plants and the subtle essence of the world. The gardener or farmer, whether the sower of flowers or vegetables, feels the changing of the seasons and the weather in a deeper, more soulful way. For non-growers it’s easy to look out the window, wishing […]

17 Jul 19
flavormost

I generally don’t think it’s legit to count a Best of… or Greatest Hits album amongst one’s favorites. Since they are inherently a compilation of “favorites”, they don’t really count as “albums” in the traditional sense, being a single work, a group of records built and put together in a manner where they fit with […]

17 Jul 19
She Has Wings

I am really loving Rishikesh. I fall in love with India a little more every time we go to a new city. A little more. And a little more, until my heart will just be so wide open that I will love India more than my own country! Just kidding, but I really am enjoying […]

17 Jul 19
Archy news nety

"How will I look when I'm old?" FaceApp has developed a new photo editing tool that makes it easier to answer this question. Download FaceApp from the App Store or Google Play to see what you like when you're older (or younger). (The app is free, even though a paid "Pro" version is available.) Then […]

17 Jul 19
Site Title

We all know we forget that we have one life and it doesn’t stop for anything and keep on moving forward. Living an inspired life is the key to a fulfilled life and i have come to realize this as my hair starts to get grayer. I have decided to write this to share my […]

17 Jul 19
Ticket to Ride

I remember when I first saw this film. It was a matinee at the Midland Theater in Coffeyville, KS. I was with a few neighborhood boys, the summer I was visiting grandparents. The Midland is an old one-screen theater like so many in small towns. Going to a summer matinee as a kid was a […]

17 Jul 19
Daily Republic

July 31, 1952 — June 12, 2019 With heavy hearts we mourn the passing of our beloved brother, Joseph Grayer. He passed away on June 12, 2019, at Sutter Davis Hospital, California. Joseph was 66 years old. Joseph is survived by his mother, Catherine Brown; and other family and relatives in Georgia, Kentucky and Illinois. Joseph’s […]

16 Jul 19
HeelsAndHardHats

Today, 20 years ago, I made the best decision of my life, and said ‘yes’ to Russ’ question: ‘will you be my girlfriend’. We both never missed a Friday at Italian club in Bedfordview, and he had seen me on the dance floor. He told his friend Charles that night that he was going to […]

16 Jul 19
Second Act Stories

Fourth of July afternoon brought mid-Atlantic summer weather at its worst—thunderstorms on repeat and in between, steaming, swampy humidity. My first inclination was to curl up with a good book or binge Stranger Things on Netflix. But a year ago, my cousin planned a family reunion at a park in Maryland, a little over an […]

15 Jul 19
The Blogging of Stephens 525

If you are lacking in fashion sense and are desperate to improve your style, you have found the perfect article. The hot, stylish fashion tips contained in the following paragraphs will help you to dramatically improve your look. With just a little bit of effort you can go from geek to chic. Black is a […]

15 Jul 19
The Post & Email

ASKS U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT TO INTERVENE by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 15, 2019) — Several weeks ago, a former U.S. Marine and current Rutherford County, TN Detention Center inmate contacted The Post & Email to expound on what he said is corruption within the county grand jury on several fronts leading to false charges in his […]