Grieving

19 Dec 18
Northern Poems

Too much to get done before I go on vacation. Bracing for impact: Christmas is almost here. Grieving and missing you. Work administrivia. Household chores, shopping. Not sleeping well. I can’t even wish you happy Christmas. I’ll find a way to get through. But missing you makes it all overload.

19 Dec 18
Crosses Everywhere

  Angels Praise HIM for His Holiness…for that is all they know. Believers Praise HIM for His GRACE & MERCY… for that truly is all they know. YES, His love is great, for He is Love. But His Holiness demands Justice. And HE Will NOT BE MOCKED. Here is something for you to consider this […]

19 Dec 18
Cozy Corner Blog

Out of all the books, this week I decided to continue on reading All The Bright Places. All the questions that I previously had are now somewhat answered but I still have many things that I am still wondering about. I figured out how the relationship between Violet and Finch is turning out, and to be […]

19 Dec 18
mygirlchloe

Yesterday I was told I’m “not acting like the Christian (I) claim to be.” I checked my heart. I checked in with the Lord. I reality checked the situation. I was accused of not acting “Christian” because I chose redemption over persecution. I chose grace over bitterness. I chose neutrality over war. I chose to […]

19 Dec 18
The Delta Discovery, Inc.

by Greg Lincoln Last week on Wednesday, the community of Bethel came together to celebrate the first ever Lighting of the Christmas Tree. Local dignitaries, organization members, community members, children, and some pets attended (because they are also part of our families), coming together to commemorate the holidays with this event. The tree is located […]

19 Dec 18
Big Boy News

How can sports affect our life choices Sports are a huge factor for many people when it comes to our life choices. Can I keep playing if I get this job or do I keep my day job and play basketball at night? Do I accept this scholarship even if I can’t play my sport? […]

19 Dec 18
Wordmagik101

today it seems we’re living in a society of bully’s . Kids Are bullied at school. Adults are bullied at work, And everyone has the potential to be a victim of cyber bully. Abused or bullied by their significant other. It seems to be everywhere on this like there is no escape. But maybe society […]

19 Dec 18
ASSHOLES WATCHING MOVIES

Emily (Blake Lively) is effortlessly cool and glamourous. She works a high-profile job in the city and has a handsome husband and an air of mystery. No one is more surprised than Stephanie (Anna Kendrick), a single mom and mommy blogger, when Emily befriends her. Their boys are friendly in school and now the mums […]

19 Dec 18
Davina Reads

Just after New Year, Cassie Jensen is brought to the intensive care unit of St. Catherine’s Hospital. The beautiful young woman was struck by a hit and run driver on New Year’s Eve and fell down an embankment where she lay unconscious in an icy stream for hours before being found. Cassie’s only family is […]

19 Dec 18
coniwho

Conihi and here’s another post about me grieving…well sort of… I have been battling for the last month on what to write and NOTHING comes to mind. WRITER’S BLOCK IS REAL! I wanted to tell you about how I feel about how my biological father passing away has affected me, but it is hard to […]

19 Dec 18
The Siasat Daily

Hyderabad: Family of a Hyderabadi man, who died in Saudi Arabia 17 days ago, suspects a foul play in his death and has urged External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to help in the repatriation of the body. “He spoke to us last on December 2, and unfortunately died after two hours and we got to […]

19 Dec 18
BiblioMarket

Sari Botton | Longreads | December 2018 | 23 minutes (5,667 words) When I graduate from college in May of 1987, I receive a call from the Sephardic Brotherhood, an organization of which my father is a lifelong member. After congratulating me on this milestone, the man on the phone suggests I begin planning for […]

19 Dec 18

Sari Botton | Longreads | December 2018 | 23 minutes (5,667 words) When I graduate from college in May of 1987, I receive a call from the Sephardic Brotherhood, an organization of which my father is a lifelong member. After congratulating me on this milestone, the man on the phone suggests I begin planning for […]

19 Dec 18
Bi Bookish babe

Hey guys and welcome to the 9th and final part of my 2019 releases guides!! This part will be focusing on fiction and also books I missed out of previous parts due to only just hearing about them! At around 2pm UK time today i’ll also be posting another post with details on 2 giveaways […]