In Bloom

14 Dec 18
Fumiri27

Personal Statement When I was younger, my passion was riding horses. At first, school was a means to an psychology is my next goal, the next challenge in my life which will allow me to attain another one of my passions, a career in psychological, forensic assessment. Through The Chicago School’s online Bachelor’s in Psychology […]

14 Dec 18
Koten Gars

(Torrent) [Koten_Gars] Bloom Into You – 08 [HiDive-DL][h.264][1080p][AAC] (Dual Audio)

14 Dec 18
Excuse Me, My Fandom is Calling

On the third day of Geekmas my Christmas Angel gave to me: Collen Oakes and Charles Martinet! Collen Oakes is an American author born in Denver, Colorado! Her first novel was Elly in Bloom. Her more famous works are her YA series Queen of Hearts, The Wendy Darling Series. Collen is also a best selling […]

14 Dec 18

Did we all just watch a kid teleport on the BBC? During an interview about Theresa May’s leadership earlier this week, a small child appeared to materialize out of thin air behind the interview subject, and people are confused.  SEE ALSO: These viral Instagram workout videos have gone too far Some joked that it was […]

14 Dec 18
KViKSØLV

Material: Oxidized silver and leafgold
Size: ± 18 x 22 mm

14 Dec 18
Endangered & Not so Much

Share in my adventurous journey of finding the plants that are rare and endangered and creating their portraits. The biggest challenge is not only locating their natural or protected habitat and co-ordinating with people that can lead you to their sites, but to time your visit to capture the plant’s bloom. If possible, I return […]

14 Dec 18
Suzanne's Mom's Blog

Photo: Susan Bryant The Night-Blooming Cereus blooms at night once a year. Be there when it happens. In the same way that the sun shines on the keyhole to Smaug’s lair only once a generation — or through Suzanne’s fence and onto the stonewall only twice a year — the lovely Night-Blooming Cereus has its […]

14 Dec 18
The Town in Bloom

An analysis of the evolution of the characters in Dickens’ Hard Times and what he hopes to achieve in the process

14 Dec 18
Travel For One

Dr Pedram Shojai welcomes you to imagine your life as a garden. You have limited water and need to leave space for each of your plants to flourish. He adds that some plants may be bigger and more important to you than others, whilst some you may not even like but are obliged to keep […]

14 Dec 18
PSYCHE CAFE

Always and forever. It’s never ever been any other way. Approaching my Mama about committing back to me is the deal. And helping her to see that she always was that way. And that life just rolled on and on without me visible in her life and yet always within her heart and always on […]

14 Dec 18
allisoneavery

348 days into 2018 and I sit here to reflect on this year- the highs, the lows, the chapters, the seasons, the mountains and the valleys. 2018 has most definitely been a year of learning, growing, and gratefulness. I can count of at least one thing each month that the Lord was definitely teaching me […]

14 Dec 18
Brewer's Blog

This is a piece written as a contribution to a series fo reflections on ‘tradition’ published in the Art Bulletin.  Interestingly it has never provoked any comment, either positive or negative. At Cambridge University in the 1960s, my fellow students and I were implacably hostile to ‘tradition’.   We reveled in Quentin Skinner’s denunciations from the […]

14 Dec 18
Modern Day Lilith

Imagine you’re seated in class at your elementary school. Your teacher talks about how today you’ll be learning to divide; you gleam with newfound excitement, eager to start this path towards knowledge that seems to be opening up for you. Suddenly, you hear a sound–a sound that scares you to your bones and spends creepy […]