I Wish

23 Jul 19

Hey everyone! Happy Reading Rush week! Quick rundown of day 1….. I haven’t finished a book, which kinda feels like failing?  I’ve seen a lot of people already finishing books, if not multiple books and I’m like ?????? how? hi. I read pages. Lol. (also, pls note this is not a picture of me but […]

23 Jul 19
run wild, be free.

Arrived, today, at the midpoint of Embodied Flow Body Module. Had so much pleasure today it feels almost illegal, and foreign. Started the day of with a wonderful conversation over breakfast, followed by one of the most divine massages I’ve had in a long time – not to fix, but to be healed by another’s […]

23 Jul 19
The process

In this moment I take radical responsibility over my life and my circumstances. Sure I might have started out with a couple disadvantages and life may in fact not be fair but focusing on that only puts me in a victim/entitlement mindset. May I instead focus on what I can control. I can control how […]

23 Jul 19
Louisexo

Honestly, I’m not exaggerating when I say that Poppy going to nursery has been a massive life saver for me and she’s only been going for around about 2 months! It’s crazy to see how many new skills she’s developed and how well her speech is coming along! Before Poppy joined nursery, I was trying […]

23 Jul 19
The Co-Op

By Ani Weinman I grew up as a bit of a tomboy. I played pretend swords and guns with my best friend down the street – a boy. We had adventures and built forts and saved the world from all the bad guys in our imagination. I also like to shop – I love fashion. […]

23 Jul 19

Rose was looking to the front of an artisan’s shop, where the Gateway took them. Before she could ask something, Seya entered and he called for them. Inside the shop, Rose stopped to admire the artisans that were engraving an image of the Queen in a door, and the Baron was watching two CatKind that […]

23 Jul 19
Book Review Village

Genre – Non-Fiction Sub Genre – Memoir/Gay/Religion/Testimonial Pages – 448 Publication Information – Darrel Loyd – November 24, 2017 Format – Digital Reviewed by William C. Bitner, Jr. Rating – 📙📙 Well, alright then!  Is what I proclaimed after completing “The doG House of Cards” by Darrel Frank Loyd.  I tried to keep an open […]

23 Jul 19
توزيعات دوت كوم

OK thus you’ve copied! Now what? For me, the hardest section about uploading has just arrived. The first term was very difficult because I had been finding our footing as well hill, now the dust particles has your heart set and yet I find myself as if the particular toughest component has just initiated. In […]

23 Jul 19
rituparnasur

If you hold my hand I will take you to my land. It smells of coffee beans, pomegranate tea and dusty books No one comes and goes.  I have made a pact with silence, but time rolls.   If you hold my hand, I will take to my land In the dim lights of the […]

23 Jul 19
Kultural Wave

This post is coming to you from Canada! I moved back to Canada a little over a week ago which is why this post is so late. It’s been an adjustment being back home. Everyone speaks English, people hold doors open for you, cars don’t try to run you over. It’s a lot to take […]

23 Jul 19
Dee's way to HAPPINESS

Hello beautiful people, Ready for new one! This topic is very difficult to share but this is what this blog is about ‘the good the bad and every thing in between’. Follow me on this weeks joinery to my sexual identity. Identity. When we think about Identity one of the first things that pops into […]

23 Jul 19
[Para]Sympathy

If you’ve been to Caseville, you know. If you haven’t, let me introduce you. Summers in Caseville are a Michigan thing, much like ferry trips to Mackinac Island & Faygo pop. Early August kicks off the Cheeseburger Festival where everyone eats, drinks and forgets that the chill of autumn is right around the corner. My […]

23 Jul 19
The Genres of Life

I believe that every book is a teacher that teaches you something new, something different. I have never read a book that has not taught me anything. Now what you learn from the book depends on the genre, the writer, the language and even your own perception. Often times you won’t even remember the entire […]

23 Jul 19
SaveKBOO.org

This is addressed to the President and Vice-President of the KBOO Board of Directors. It follows months of impassioned pleas at Board meetings for the incompetent and mendacious officers to step down. We who wish to restore democracy and Union power to KBOO will now begin to escalate our efforts. See the previous posts for […]

23 Jul 19
6TM's 2018-19 class blog

Thank you so much for the cards and kind words and generous presents.  It’s been a pleasure to work with your talented children and I wish them all every success in the future.