Little Me

23 Apr 19
Shades of Life

What is real? What is fake? How does one differentiate? There is such a thin line between forever and something that was totally and completely fake to begin with. It’s getting really hard to find that line or even figure out that that line exists. Does it though? Is real just a concept that exists […]

23 Apr 19
It's Probably, Definitely, Maybe Me.

Hey there! Apologies for the big gap between blog posts, I’ve been away on a trip with friends. Hope you all had a smashing Easter break whatever you got up to. So today I’m doing a post on something that I’ve been learning a lot about in the past couple of years, who your real […]

23 Apr 19
Danville Public Library

We’re gearing up for Comic Con with comic reviews this week and next. Danville Public Library’s Comic Con is May 4 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  This book is outside of the regular Black Panther timeline, telling stories in that world but not as part of the main story arc. Three issues are devoted to […]

23 Apr 19
Jesus and My Skates

In 2017 my friend was obsessed with getting me on in-line skates (commonly referred to as rollerblades). I told her several times I was not interested. I knew the distances she was skating for fun and there was no way on God’s earth I was interested in her brand of fun. It sounded an awful […]

23 Apr 19
Shades of Life

Every romantic, fairy tale story you read has always started with the infamous ‘once upon a time’. But why is that so? Why has no one ever mentioned when the most amazing, unbelievably happy ending story happened? Why is that we always settle with the once upon a times? Maybe it’s because it never has […]

23 Apr 19
Ashley Dannielle

I’m laying here in bed at 2:30 A.M. I’ve just checked my latest twitter poll that’s telling me I should do a sex-positive podcast over a sex-positive YouTube channel. And I’m really okay with that. In fact, I’m thinking of what I’ll call it and what I might do for each show right now. It’ll […]

23 Apr 19
cryptathon

A relatively slow day at work today, and I decided to linger over my lunch for a few extra minutes. I had already solved today’s crossword, so I idly scanned through some past ones, and found one I hadn’t attempted yet. This was the Prize crossword from 6th April. No doubt, the answer are all […]

23 Apr 19
These Leggings Don't Lie

We often hear that you learn something new every day. I can often anticipate learning — new situations bring it, as do new people. Doing old things in new ways will enable me to learn, too. Meditation provides fertile ground for new buds to peek through. But I surprised myself with my recent decision to […]

23 Apr 19
New Ink. Used Ideas.

               TODAY IS WORLD BOOK DAY!! So, for today I would like for you to share the book/books you are currently reading. Tell me (us) about them so that we can buy them too! Words share the wonders of the word in their tiny syllables. Characters are created, worlds […]

23 Apr 19
The Anglophilic Anglican

“No, Easter isn’t derived from the name of the Babylonian fertility goddess, Ishtar, nor any pagan festival. But even if it were, so what?” Source: Post-Pascha Reminder: Easter Is Not a Pagan Holiday | Patheos.com It is rare for Christians on the Puritan / fundamentalist side of the spectrum, Neopagans, and atheists to agree on […]

23 Apr 19
Travel Size

Flying and babies. They go together about as well as Oreos and mustard. Yet it is a combination which is seen in life everyday. It’s not fair on either the kid or the masses of eye rollers seated in the rest of the plane. And least of all, on the parents. I’m sure there are […]

23 Apr 19
The Business of Social Games and Casino

With the success of Coin Master, and the disruption it is causing in the social casino space, many are looking to understand and replicate its success. Although Coin Master is unquestionably doing great and has found a Blue Ocean, it would be the second largest social casino product if it was officially classified in that […]

23 Apr 19
Little Boz Sheep

Morning, Bit of a random topic today, as we enter into Summer and the dreaded flys come out to play, I thought I’d share a quick post about a really good homemade fly spray for dogs.

23 Apr 19
Jamie Lawhorn's Blog

The Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS) share price had a wobbly 2018, but in the new year it’s been picking up. Since the end of December, RBS shares have gained 19%, nicely ahead of the FTSE 100‘s 11% rise. There seems little doubt the price would have recovered more strongly were it not for […]

23 Apr 19
TRADCATKNIGHT/ORDER OF THE EAGLE

“French laws no longer recognize the Creator, but the Creator will make Himself recognized and will visit her thrice with the rod of His wrath.”