Hell Bunny

25 Apr 19
Sady Style

Here it is Thursday morning, the 25th of April and I’m sitting here thinking, “Wait, I thought today was Wednesday! Where the hell did Wednesday go? Hell….where did April go????” The weather the last couple of days has run together for me as my sleep has been wonkier than ever thanks to a new medication […]

25 Apr 19
nscarambiental

Una canción de conciencian ambiental propuesta por nuestras alumnas Laura de Pedro y Lucía Navarro de 4º ESO. ¡Gracias! Lyrics What up, world? It’s your boy, just one of the guys down here. Well, I could be more specific. Uh, I’m a human, and I just wanted to, for the sake of all of us earthlings […]

25 Apr 19
What I Watched - TV With Theresa

What I Watched Today (rambling, random thoughts & annoyingly detailed recaps from real time TV watching)   General Hospital At the small bar in the MetroCourt, Curtis says he only billed Julian for actual time and expenses. Julian gives him a check, saying he covered that and then some. Ava joins them, saying, she hopes […]

25 Apr 19
The Daily Hatch

_ I started this series on my letters and postcards to Hugh Hefner back in September when I read of the passing of Mr. Hefner. There are many more to come. It is my view that he may have taken time to look at glance at one or two of them since these postcards were short and from one of Hef’s […]

25 Apr 19
Inside The Makeup Drawer

It has been a very stressful but exciting week. I quit my job as a tattooist; a job I thought I’d be doing forever and thought I would love dearly. But turns out the negatives such as instability became too much and I had a break down on the Wednesday. I want to be a […]

25 Apr 19
A Piece of Quiet

To Whom It May Concern, My daughter is a student at Callahan Intermediate School. On Tuesday evening she returned home after her extracurricular activities and began to recount a story that is straight out of any parent’s nightmares. During her lunch period, at 10:40am, she was sitting across the table from a boy in her […]

25 Apr 19
Mom Van Confessions

You know how sometimes I agree to things because they sound like they’ll make for a good story? Well I did it again. Except this time the joke was on me because it kicked my out of shape ass. A couple of months ago my Mom and Bonus Dad started talking about doing The Fat […]

25 Apr 19
Reigokai: Isekai Translations

—Holy Light Capital: Highest Class Inn, Ortemis. It is the sister store of the highest class restaurant, Artemis, that nobles and a number of wealthy people use. This one also has an incredibly high hurdle and the cost to use is equally high. At the Ortemis counter, a pair of adventurers had finished paying the […]

24 Apr 19
Seeking Understanding

I apologize for not posting a meditation last week.  The time just got away from me.  I have provided below the sequence for Easter.  The sequence, a hymn, is meant to be sung at all Masses on Easter Sunday.  The title –Victimae Paschali Laudes – is translated Praise the Paschal Victim, who, of course, is […]

24 Apr 19
Shifting Lines

Every single day I met up for studying, things were very tense with me and everyone else besides Lily. She did her best to smooth things over but I felt like just stopping going, only I didn’t want to be kicked out of something I’d been part of since I pretty much started school. It […]

24 Apr 19
Widow plus woofs

I suppose it was inevitable that I would encounter a pot hole or two somewhere on this journey, I just wasn’t expecting so much subsidence afterwards. After 11 months of widowhood, I thought I had this coping thing down to a fine art but life has a habit of testing you apparently. Like most of […]

24 Apr 19
Ravings of a Booklover

The Right Swipe by Alisha Rai-3.5 stars A great start to a new series! I thoroughly enjoyed the world and writing in this book. This was my first book by Alisha Rai but it will definitely not be my last. I love how this book tackled quite a few important topics like sexual harassment, consent, […]

24 Apr 19
Pro Wrestling Lifestyle

It’s time for to address the Bray Wyatt promo because I decided not to do it yesterday in order to talk about New Japan, and because I knew it would be playing on both Raw and Smackdown. But first, I’ve got to take a trip down memory lane for the man that is Bray Wyatt. […]

24 Apr 19
Popula

April 19, 2019Berlin, Germany I woke up on my birthday hungover. In Germany, you celebrate at midnight, as the clock ticks onto the big day, so being wrecked on your birthday is basically part of living here. They also insist that the person whose birthday it is should buy everyone else drinks, but I only […]

24 Apr 19
JMWW

There’s a certain hot rage when a man shows up at the door to take your mother on her first date since the divorce. The moment he says, “Hi, I’m here to pick up your mom!” your eight-year-old mind starts imagining the ways you’ll do him in. Beads of sweat roll down his forehead. You […]

24 Apr 19
davidbruceblog #2

• In 1975, publishing company Alfred A. Knopf rejected A River Runs Through It and Other Storiesby Norman Maclean, although it had previously said that it would publish the book. University of Chicago Press published the book, which met with considerable critical praise and popular success. Much later, an Alfred A Knopf editor wrote Mr. Maclean to […]

24 Apr 19
Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture

This morning—during the Octave of Easter—I intoned the Gloria at Mass. Because I had to … not because I felt like it. Why wouldn’t I feel like it? Why am I not, right now, “overcome with Paschal joy,” as the First Preface of Easter of the Novus Ordo Missae speaks of? The fire at Notre […]