High School Memories

21 Jan 19
Chionne

I was raised Seventh-Day Adventist in a predominantly West Indian church. While I did enjoy some aspects of church, I absolutely hated most of it. What I did like was that my church at times brilliantly connected Christianity and Caribbean culture into their services by singing hymns and eating roti and curry after the sermon. […]

21 Jan 19
Ashley Goes West

I AM MOVING TO COLORADO IN 9 DAYS!!! This is a dream come true for me. I am a born and raised Southener. I love my home in Nashville, TN, but I have never really felt like I belonged here. We moved here when I was very young and I’ve been here (except for a […]

21 Jan 19
GENSHAI - Giving, Living, Mastering

[ad_1] The Torah is a work of infinite wisdom and depth, filled with the most profound secrets of creation, consciousness and divinity. While comprising a history of humankind and the Jewish people, and serving as the authoritative source of G‑d’s wishes for His people, it is also meant to be approached as personal instruction—as a […]

21 Jan 19
Lillis Funeral Home, New Milford, CT

Jeffrey S. Zidack , age 54, of Kent, CT, passed away surrounded by family and friends on Wednesday January 16, 2019 at the VA Medical Center in West Haven , CT. He was born in New Milford on October 10, 1964, the son of Helen (Christensen) Carr and the late William Zidack. He graduated from […]

21 Jan 19
Consequence of Sound

The Born of Osiris guitarist discusses the band’s new album, The Simulation, and more.

21 Jan 19
Trippin and Gettin

Since my last post, it has been five years.  I didn’t realize that it had been that long.  And no it is not like the old saying “my how time flies when you’re having fun”.  Fun isn’t what I would call these five years.  My memory is sketchy. If there were really fun times I […]

21 Jan 19
As told by Sasha

My title basically explains it all . At this point in my life , and im sure for many other readers too , financial stability is definitely top five on my long term goals list . It may seem far fetched but believe me its not that hard . I came across a book called […]

21 Jan 19
A Ray of Light

This is an astounding powerful testimony of a lady who actually lost her life and how God brought her back, to give her a new life! I have known Benitha personally, and she is a great prayer warrior, a lady of great faith and strength and I know God is blessing them in the family’s […]

21 Jan 19
Otome Kitten

LONDON DETECTIVE MYSTERIA Release Date:  December 18, 2018 (North America) Developers:  Karin Entertainment Publishers:  XSEED Games Platforms:  PS VITA, PC (Soon) ESRB Rating: M (Mature) +17   Walkthroughs: William H. Watson Herlock Holmes Kenichirou Akechi Jack Millers Jean Lupin Jr. Sarah Marple (Charmed End) Seiji Kobayashi (Charmed End) Baker Street Boys End Grand End   Fun Fact: Originally […]

21 Jan 19
C.J. Potgieter | Writer

Foreword ‘The Paradoxical Mind’ was written for a university assignment, and is why the recollection of events are condensed into only 2200 words.  Apart from creative licence being used sparingly for the sake of storytelling, everything in this is a true story.  The victim’s surname has been omitted out of respect for the privacy of […]

21 Jan 19
The Schaumburg 7

This morning I was searching through my books looking for a devotional book I know I had to go along with a journal I found a couple days ago. I couldn’t find it. I did, however, find my Bible from high school (along with an embarrassing collection of Amish stories when I went through an […]

21 Jan 19
pause.sigh.go.hi.

I’m going to warn you. If you’ve ever struggled with your body, this entry might make you cry. Pretty sure it’s going to make me cry, so you’ll be in good company.  That said, there are lots of things to update you about. Saturday was such a weird day.  On one hand, it was gratifying, […]

21 Jan 19
Madhatter Speaks

When I think about the meaning of having feet of clay, I imagine my size 8 feet with a terra cotta material encasing them.  I imagine what it would be like walking with such delicate hardened clay on hard asphalt or tile.  I would imagine that I would treat my feet very carefully and watch […]

21 Jan 19
The Coach's Team

By Jason Riley, Guest Columnist It’s been 50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot to death on a motel balcony in Memphis, Tennessee, and over the decades he has become one of the most revered figures in American history. There is an impressive memorial to him in Washington, DC, and a museum […]