Honey Can Do

18 Feb 19
LIT CORKBOARD

The knife would have to go diagonally for the drawer to close. The tip of the blade would puncture the flower tissue that lined the interior, but if that was the only casualty, fine. That was the hope (also the reality), to keep the knife a shiny little secret in the nightstand until the week […]

18 Feb 19
Build Azure

Do you find it difficult to keep up-to-date on the frequent updates and changes in the Microsoft Azure cloud? If so, Build Azure Weekly is the solution you’ve been looking for! Build Azure Weekly is a weekly newsletter that includes all the latest Microsoft Azure Service Updates from the week in addition to links to many other blog articles, podcasts and […]

18 Feb 19
Dead Reformers Society

Few parables have been so grossly misunderstood as ‘The Parable of the Good Samaritan’…

18 Feb 19
Honey Bee Suite

Last week I attended the Pacific Northwest Pollinator Summit and Conference at Oregon State University in Corvallis. The three-day meeting brought together bee enthusiasts from a wide variety of northwest pollinator organizations to share information on their research, projects, findings, and outreach. The program was superbly organized and fast-paced, cycling through a large number of […]

18 Feb 19
Pain Pals

It is half term break already – how did that happen? It feels like school has only just gone back!  Anyway we and the lovely girl are doggy sitting for friends this week, whilst our own old boy, Sam, has his holidays at his human grandparents.  I’m not sure if I have mentioned before but […]

18 Feb 19

February 19th, 2015 “You failed your NST today, do you know what that means?” the OB nurse looked at me matter-of-factly while I sat on the hard gurney waiting for my 35-week ultrasound results. I parted my lips to answer but before I could come up with a response, she tapped on her clipboard and […]

18 Feb 19
Boren Blogs

Destination Addiction: Where To Next? I have always been one to have a plan, regardless of whether I follow those plans or not. I think right now I am on plan B83744. Sitting around and visualizing what or where is next is probably my forte. Can I put that on a resume? That would be […]

18 Feb 19
Critical Rants

Ever since Bloodborne was released in March of 2015, fans have been dying to find out which of the game’s many bosses would make the best parents. Sure, people have ranked these hideous, malformed beings by the difficulty and the quality of their battles, but we all know what the real metric of their worth […]

18 Feb 19
Indie Voice Blog

Happy President’s Day!  It was a very busy weekend with the opening of the 16th Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.   We volunteered four box office shifts at the Wilma and MCT, attended the parties on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and still managed to squeeze in a block of four documentary shorts and two features.  One […]

18 Feb 19
Edmonton Sun

Random stuff this week. First a big thank you to former Edmonton Eskimos president Len Rhodes for everything he did for our fine city over the past seven years. Rhodes just stepped down as the corner office guy at the Esks and his departure will impact the community in several ways because he was involved […]

18 Feb 19
Amongst the Shadows

The Imperial looked at her.  “From the look on your face and the sound in your voice, I believe you have someone in mind?”

“Actually, sir, yes, I do,” she answered.  Taking a deep breath, she continued, “If you were to marry Elisif, the Emperor would be more inclined to keep you here during the course of the war.  If you sire a child with her, it also insures your name is remembered.  There are plenty more pros to such a marriage if you give thought to it than there are to remaining single and face the chance of being sent back to Cyrodiil without bringing this rebellion to an end.”

18 Feb 19

Every woman has natural hair goals. When we see beautiful juicy curls, we just get the heart eyes instantly. If we see a big puff or nice juicy afro, we fall in love. Long luscious curls are amazing BUT let your hair at each stage be its own goals. The one fantastic thing about being […]

18 Feb 19

Most businesses have a predictable pattern to their business: launching followed by the beginning of momentum growth that may lead to strategic and sustained growth. If this isn’t sustained, businesses hit a maintenance mode while trying to preserve (and persevere) and usually wind up on life support before there is either a resurgence or life […]

17 Feb 19
"Heirs-at-Law: The Lost Legacy of Wesley Fry"

While Philip loved all his children, Emeline was his favorite. Shy and reserved, Emeline possessed a sharp wit and maturity beyond her years. By 1846 every county in North Carolina had at least one public primary school, in accordance with the “Common School Act” passed by the State legislature in 1839.  Because Philip and Matilda […]

18 Feb 19
The Last Melon

What comes to your mind when you think of Conservation Science? Probably something along the lines of “Save the whales!” or “Stop polluting our oceans!“, right? But do you know what is actually going on in these issues? Or why should you care? I think we should delve deeper. The topic of Conservation Science is […]

18 Feb 19
spryfilm.com

“The Professionals” (1977-1983)  Television/Drama Five Seasons / Fifty-Seven Episodes   Created by: Brian Clemens Featuring: Martin Shaw, Lewis Collins and Gordon Jackson George Cowley: “Anarchy, acts of terror, crimes against the public. To combat it I’ve got special men – experts from the army, the police, from every service – these are The Professionals.” Released this month on DVD is […]