Little Blue House

16 Dec 18
The Introverted Experience

As I sit on the passenger side of Daryl’s car sipping (but really chugging) on a McDonald’s iced coffee and scarfing down all the hash brown I can – I can’t help but plan next years ugly sweater party. We got our Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving… And only because Daryl made me wait […]

16 Dec 18
Cyclades Travel

Serifos is  a little rocky island not far from Athens. But there are little tourists. There are 1500 habitants. When you arrive by boat, you can see the picturesque bay dominated by the city Chora. I recommand three days in the island to see all this little island and benefits of the calm of the […]

16 Dec 18
Radio Free

“Alexa, Drop a Bomb”: Amazon Wants in on US Warfare Until We Confront Capitalism, We Will Not Solve the Climate Crisis Should Plant-Based Proteins Be Called “Meat”? Federal Court’s Affordable Care Act Ruling Bolsters Case for Medicare for All He Said He’d Be Murdered If Deported. He Was. How the US Contributed to Brazil’s Return […]

16 Dec 18
Works in Progress

  When I wake, the room is full of light and, when I look, Lark is still there in bed with me. I can’t help sighing at the sight. Her burnished hair tumbles across the pillow, and her face is softer, relaxed, like a child. Her rosy lips are parted, and her eyelashes make two […]

16 Dec 18
Cynthia E. Manley

I got on the flight from Boston to Halifax, and they brought me tea that was brewed, steeped someplace else; not just a dusty tea bag and hot water like I am used to getting. The tea was rich, brown and dark, like a walnut with warm, bitter steam rising into my nose. For most […]

16 Dec 18
Cole in Quito

I was super lucky and #blessedddd to go to Texas for three weeks in November!! Since there was a lot of stuff happening in the mission (like the mission president’s seminar and visit from a general authority) that I couldn’t really be a part of, my mom thought it would be better to send me […]

16 Dec 18
Monsters and Critics

Let’s be real, not one trade, website or publication has 100% completely covered “peak TV,” (that insane upswell of smallscreen content post-Sopranos on HBO) that includes reality TV, docu-series, sitcoms, dramas, miniseries, limited series, live musicals, cartoons for adults, documentaries, dramedies, period pieces, procedurals, films made just for TV, prequels, sequels, Marvel or DC superhero […]

16 Dec 18
Krixwell Liveblogs

Source material: Worm, Shell 4.4 Originally blogged: June 25, 2017

16 Dec 18
Japanese Food and Culture on the West Coast

I really wanted to like this place, but that didn’t happen. Yea, that sucks. On a weekly basis living in Los Angeles, I would go eat yakiniku (grilled meat) to yakitori (grilled chicken), so I was extremely happy to hear that Kazan Ramen that barely lasted a year would be replaced with a robota-ya. In Short: Tenya […]

16 Dec 18
Daily Trending News

The 7-year-old Guatemalan migrant girl who died after being detained by U.S. border agents this month was inseparable from her father and had looked forward to being able to send money home to support her impoverished family, relatives said on Saturday. Nery Caal, 29, and his daughter Jakelin were in a group of more than […]

16 Dec 18
AURIbuzz

Happy Sunday! We are beyond thrilled today to share a special feature detailing the process — the love and the passion that went into making Roaming Free, a collaborative textile masterpiece by Aurifil Designer & Textile Artist Sophie Standing and Shop Owner, Designer, and Quilter Michelle Pearson. The two artists live in Nanyuki, Kenya and […]

16 Dec 18
The Gospel According to Sir Desmond Stirling

Satan’s Claws Are Coming to Town by Sir Desmond Stirling   Chapter 1 ‘Merry Christmas, Uncle Charles!’ ‘Merry Christmas, Simon!’ Charles, Viscount de Bourbon a Bisquit, gentleman, adventurer, patriot and Englishman (despite his gallic title), clanked champagne glasses with his young nephew. They both took a swig of the bubbly nectar. ‘I say, Uncle, this […]

16 Dec 18
Coffeelific

I am not supposed to talk about this person with me in this picture 🙊 I am not in a position of disclosing the fact that I know Asif Shoumya Hossain… 🙊 In a certain society of my town, he is sort of a celebrity(…!), and he personally feels a little bit of discomfort to […]

16 Dec 18
FreeWaveMaker.com

Note from the writer:  I wrote this story back on December 24, 2013.  I did not save it as I wrote it as an email.  However, my wife did save it and handed it to me yesterday and told me I should publish this story once more here.  I agreed … so here it is! […]

16 Dec 18
The Chatsworth Lady

At this late date I can’t recall what first prompted my interest in carousel horses during the late 1980s. As a child my only experience with carousels was one located in a small amusement park called “Jolly Roger” by most locals although its official name was Nunley’s. Outdoors there was a small Ferris wheel and […]

16 Dec 18
Aviphsa's blog

“Jobs fill your pocket, but adventures fill your soul.” – Jamie Lyn Beatty Proudly spending cheerful days in foreign soil that is eventually British soil, far away from sweet motherland. Lot of typical English houses, made of red bricks without plaster with wooden interior covered with tufted woven carpets. Charming weather and nice green scenic […]