Smallville was 10 season CW show about the younger years of Clark Kent, before he became Superman, growing up in Smallville, Kansas. The first four seasons focus on Clark’s High School years living on a farm with his parents Jonathan + Martha Kent, writing for the school paper with Chloe, crushing on his neighbor Lana […]
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Today is the day that we are going to finally find out the sex of our baby. I am not sure why Kevin is so hell bent on it being a boy but whatever it is I will be happy. I just want them here and healthy. It took me a while but I am […]
Skin in the Game: The Stories My Tattoos Tell is Kelly Mendenhall’s autobiographical debut as an author. In the book, Kelly tells of the significant events and pivotal moments of her life by way of recounting the stories behind her eclectic collection of tattoos. Those moments include the death of her father as a young […]
I had a busy weekend filled with grandkids and my first stop of the year for sweetcorn and green beans. Oh I love this time of year for food. I told Karl as we drove away with the corn and green beans that it would be so easy to eat better if only the fruits […]
Bottrop. In the second trial meeting of the preparation of the season met the FC Schalke 04 on the selection of the city Bottrop. In the game against Bottrop has the FC Schalke 04 withdrew the second win of the test match with new coach David Wagner. Bottrop – FC Schalke 04 in the live […]
When you hear the name Hilti, most people are familiar with the brand’s highly-regarded tools used widely in commercial construction, but with the company’s European heritage and mindset, they are actually a much broader provider of construction “solutions”. This means they make compatible systems of measuring equipment, gas-powered, corded and cordless power tools, all the […]
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In the patriarchy no one can hear you scream: Rebecca Solnit on Jeffrey Epstein and the silencing machine. | Lit Hub “You never know when you’re going to kick over a hive of very particular people. All over a book!” Chuck Wendig on enraging Tolkienites, pickling himself in Star Wars, and gin. | Lit Hub […]
Today is the 95th birthday of Eva Marie Saint. If ever asked to pick my favorite “Hitchcock Blonde,” I would have a very hard time picking just one. Eva Marie Saint is one of them for sure, maybe the first. Her cool sexiness in North by Northwest is par none. My sister and I must have […]
I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that my Neverwinter Nights 2 post is still a VERY long ways away (IT’S A LONG-ASS GAME), which means that I’m currently failing in my duty as a Regularly Scheduled Content Creator. The good news (? debatably) is that I was cleaning up my […]
Indian Summer Festival Celebrates Culture The Indian Summer Festival begins this week and there are events and discussions bringing you everything from food to music. We’ve got tickets to the Transformation Tea Party already and will certainly be going to a few more events during this multi-day celebration. From the Festival: To all of us […]
Winterset, IA: Madison County Our first visit to this area was a fun one back in 2016. We had two hours to kill and we made it happen by packing in a lot of their beautiful City Park. You can click here to see what that was all about and then imagine all the great […]
Ever get to the point where your brain is just pooped? The ol’ grey matter is waving the white flag. You’re exhausted. You can’t go on. You’ve got no more mental energy … Well, sorry, but that’s just not true. In fact, you know it’s not true. When the deadline is in 5 hours, you can […]
We found so much to do that we hadn’t done before, but because of the sheer size of the city we thought it would be helpful to break our “Eat, See, Do” series down into smaller chunks, starting with Lower Manhattan.
When it comes to travelling, I’m always a fan of trying out a new hotel. Not only is it fun to stay somewhere fresh and new, but I love the crispness of somewhere where you can still almost smell the paint drying. So, when we were down south a few weeks ago, we couldn’t resist […]