Jenn Air

10 Dec 18
Old Housaholic

6 Beds|5 Baths|5,590 sqft|Year Built- 1893 https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/117-Carpenter-Ln-Philadelphia-PA-19119/10284407_zpid/ From the Zillow listing: Rarely does an architecturally distinctive home like this become available. This gracious 6 bedroom 4 and a half bath stone Colonial home was built in 1893 and is situated on a professionally landscaped .46 acre lot in West Mt Airy. The home is set […]

09 Dec 18
Reading Through Infinity

This tag is a take on the ‘naughty or nice’ list you get put on by Santa and it sounds absolutely brilliant. Thanks so much to Jenn @APageofJenniely for tagging me, this was so much fun to do! Rules Tag & link the person who tagged you Tag and link me/this post (if you would […]

08 Dec 18
BookBaybz Blog

Awesome Bookbabers! Enjoy the second part of our 2018 authors and their stunning books. They’d make the best christmas stocking fillers! Merry Christmas and may 2019 rock your world! love and blessings from Melanie and Michelle.

07 Dec 18
alienjenn

2018 wrap up   It’s been a tradition of mine for the last few years, to do a year end wrap up. I usually include a list of the fantabulous things that I have accomplished, and some pretty neato pictures. Normally, I would post throughout the year, and my recap would include links and fabulous […]

07 Dec 18

Hi Friends, It’s been a beautiful week in British Columbia 😊from my home of Vancouver Island 🏞 to the city of Vancouver 🏙 here are the highlights: Van Isle It felt so good to be home. Vancouver Island is such a special place, fresh air, ocean, mountains, so much nature 🌿🌲 I definitely appreciate the […]

07 Dec 18
SHERRY PAINTS & GRAHAM MAKES

Seagull Piano Painted at St. Michaels University School Seagull Piano Painted at St. Michaels University School. The avenues of Oak Bay are about to get a little more musical in the summertime. The public painted piano program is one that brings joy and energy to our beautiful community. Each year, four to five new pianos are purchased and […]

07 Dec 18
Infamous Scribbler

The other day I found myself having completed all the work for the first two classes in my MFA, which had somehow resulted in a massive case of writer’s block. Instead of sitting and staring at the blinking cursor, I decided to do a little work on setting. In Trial Run, Rick Keller ends up […]

07 Dec 18
The Electric

Great Falls is in the running for a new Air Force mission. The Air Force is gathering data to determine where to place a required 10th aeromedical evacuation squadron for the Air National Guard and Great Falls is among the locations being considered. Aeromedical evacuation squadrons provide patient movement during wartime and domestic operations. The […]

05 Dec 18
joespizzablog

My wife jokes correctly points out that if left to my devices, I’d eat pizza every day. Which isn’t entirely true as I’d throw some chicken strips in there (the good ones mind you), but it would more often than not involve a 425 degree oven. Consequently, on the rare occasion she is unavailable to […]

05 Dec 18
Season Generously

I often get asked how I cook dinner 5 days a week with two kids under 3 years old. So I thought I’d share a little about me and how I do it. I’ll keep it short and sweet because I know you’re busy too. 🙂 Q: Do you or your husband work?  A: I […]

05 Dec 18
Colin's Travels

Today we set sail! Well probably not actually sailing anywhere, depending on a number of things. But tonight we’ll be on the boat either way. The weather predictions are showing oddly winds out of the North North West caused by a strong low pressure far to our south. The winds then drop and then rotate […]

04 Dec 18
Burns, Tara Lee

Co-teaching grad students Josh Anderson and Gina Hoch-Stall opened their last Contact Improvisation class of the semester to the other students on Monday and it was a wonderful sharing of form, ability and spirit. The open class was an inclusive and attentive culmination to the semester. The warm atmosphere reminded me of the first time […]