Just The Right Shoe

27 Jun 19
Luxury with a History of Love

Each season, there are cool brands that emerge and seem to define what’s happening in fashion at the moment. Summer 2019 is no exception, and there are a number of buzzy brands that will do just that. So, as we look to what’s coming down the pipeline among the style set, what brands are worth […]

27 Jun 19
Luxury with a History of Love

Nordstrom hasn’t earned the accolade of being America’s favorite retailer without good reason. From its generous return policy and mega sales to carrying goods that span from well-known brands like Madewell and Topshop to indie designers like Rejina Pyo, the site has carved out a loyal fanbase within the fashion sphere. In a world where retail is supposedly being handed […]

27 Jun 19
The super blog 1231

There are a number of means to come throughout concepts for inventions. In some cases brand-new concepts take some time to catch on. Whereas an excellent idea for a good or service might not be patentable, yet you believe that you are able to be first right into an industry and thus do not want […]

27 Jun 19
Heal With Dee

I feel like the first 30 years of my life have been a dark, dark hole. Light would peek in from time to time when someone would punch in and make a small hole. It would quickly get filled up though with either more darkness or rain. My darkness didn’t make sense or come to […]

27 Jun 19
Shining Dove

At this time right now a quote right now from a long ago forefather of our nation. Stated the honorable Benjamin Franklin on the highly honorable John Adams scratching for election: “He means well for his country, is always an honest man, often a wise one, but sometimes, and in some things, absolutely out of […]

26 Jun 19
The Swing of Things

Since Nike released Michael Jordan’s iconic Air Jordan shoes in 1985, basketball shoes have been a large part of basketball culture over the years. But, when shoe connoisseurs reminisce about the golden age of the kick game, the 2018-2019 NBA season may be looked back on as a peak when it comes to shoe quality […]

27 Jun 19
On The High Seas

The sunrise at the Premià Del Mar Marina was stunning this morning and while we admired it Chelle was selflessly preparing us all a coffee. As we sipped our dose of daily caffeine, Michelle sensed something just wasn’t quite right. Her tastebuds were sensing that something was off. “Oh it’s probably just the UHT milk” […]

27 Jun 19
Living out of a Suitcase

Cell phone charger, check. Sun glasses, check. Toothbrush, check. Crochet needles and yarn… check? So, what to pack may be based upon individual preference and needs, however I am sure there are a few common practices that can be applied to any suitcase scenario. The bag Before deciding what to pack, it needs to first […]

27 Jun 19
An Old Lady with a Backpack

2012 January —– Our 22:30 arrival in Delhi was your typical “Welcome to India”. The hotel Amax Guest House was true to their word that a boy with a card would meet us at gate 5. However, when we got to the car, it had a flat tire. Of course the spare was flat as […]

27 Jun 19
An Old Lady with a Backpack

2010 September —– This is where the Buddha sat under the Bodhi Tree and became enlightened. Mahabodhi  Mahavihara is a world heritage site and  a Buddhist pilgrimage site.  A sapling of the original tree sits in the exact spot.  The entire town is built around various temples from various Buddhist countries.  If you don’t like […]

27 Jun 19
Princes, Paupers, Pilgrims & Pioneers

A WOMAN OF MYSTERY Years ago, when I first began documenting my maternal family, I reached out to our matriarch at the time, my Great-Aunt Doris. She spoke for hours, naming the ancestors she knew then sharing stories of their lives. Although she knew a lot about her mother’s family, my great-aunt was less certain […]

27 Jun 19
An Old Lady with a Backpack

2010 August —– I arrived in Delhi and just getting off the airplane the heat hit me.  When I walked outside the airport BAM!  The hot air just hits like walking into a blast oven.   The wind was no relief.  Instant sweat…..    I had a jumper plane to catch to Amritsar, where Len & Michaela […]

27 Jun 19
An Old Lady with a Backpack

2010 September —– We had only the Lonely Planet to help us find a place to stay.  Our tuktuk driver, from the train, made a recommendation (I’m sure for a finding fee) that was a bit more than we wanted to pay.  Len scouted out the room and came down the stairs with a huge […]

26 Jun 19
Nigel Christmas - Hiking Blog

It was a bit hard to get motivated to get out of bed this morning as it was definitely below freezing, I was still tired and I also knew how much of the day was going to be in snow beside the Falls Creek. I was off walking around 6am and it was immediately hard […]

26 Jun 19
PDRwrestling

WWWF: All Star Wrestling November 25, 1978 Hamburg, PA Hamburg Fieldhouse Your current WWWF champions are as follows: WWWF Heavyweight Champion: Bob Backlund (2/20/1978) WWWF World Tag Team Champions: The Yukon Lumberjacks (6/26/1978) Pop Culture #1s of the Time: #1 Movie of the Week: The Lord of the Rings starring William Squire & Christopher Guard […]

26 Jun 19
Burn Bash

Our second week was spent in Central Australia. This area has completely exceeded my expectations. First stop was Ulura, then Kings Canyon, Glen Helen in the West Macdonnel Ranges and finally Alice Springs. All very beautiful places and all quite different from one another. The one consistent element though, the flies. Our first real taste […]