Lucky Craft

17 Feb 19
Witches Of The Craft®

Get A Jump On Tomorrow Your Daily Horoscopes for Monday, Feb. 18   Moon Alert We have the “all clear” today to shop and do business. The Moon is in Leo. Aries (March 21-April 19) Until your birthday arrives, keep a low profile and play your cards close to your heaving bosom. Work alone or […]

17 Feb 19
The Livnuis Project

“General Craft, General Craft. Battle Stations. Load up, prepare final checks” A hundred buzzing knifes descending through the fog, ready to strike out at the enemy. This is what I saw as I did my last sensor checks. Poetic but the truth. I knew that new Concannon Alliance was now a full, governmental state under […]

17 Feb 19
Ennayelsel

28/29/30/31 Stripes. View this post on Instagram Zebra unicorn Zebra is the American medical slang for arriving at an exotic medical diagnosis when a more commonplace explanation is more likely. … The term for an obscure and rare diagnosis in medicine is fascinoma. I have many diagnoses’ so I thought that it would make sense […]

17 Feb 19
For Love and Life, My Lines and Rhymes

For the past couple of weeks, online news and social media posts have been making noise about a certain individual that paints artwork by the sidewalk and sells them for a very cheap price. We decided we need to check his artwork sometime.

17 Feb 19
Dil ki baat

Your twelve-monthly horoscope 2019 comes precise and individual touch. Each 2019 horoscope is based on earthly transits to the your horoscope indication, not to houses, zones or sectors. Aries Horoscope 2019 This year Aries brings affecting balance and well-being. It should make you feel relaxed and convinced being yourself with no necessitate for pretence. Your inner tranquility will make […]

17 Feb 19
Witches Of The Craft®

Well had you thought we had run off and left the country? No, you ain’t that lucky, lol! It has been a wild couple of days, I can say that. There were suppose to be posted on here daily so you would know the site was still alive but…..oh, well, here I go back to […]

17 Feb 19
My Quiet Writing Site

Walking the Mall and The Memories One of the places which I still like to go and take a walk when it’s rainy and bad outside, is the Mt. Berry Square Mall. As a matter of fact, my wife and I went there today and walked to get our cardio workout. Unfortunately, as my Dad […]

17 Feb 19
Cari Favole

Hello, Lovely Readers! As I try to re-define what this blog is (yet again), I wanted to take a moment to indulge in a topic that many a Voice Artist have discussed. They might have said it in harsher tones or in a trendy-petty meme sort of way, but we all have the same message: […]

17 Feb 19
Written By Dida

This piece is being saved by The Mighty for future use, but I had a request for it to be posted, so here it is❤This one is a long one, but the length is necessary to fully explain. In previous writings, I’ve explained the pain we go through and how hard simple, everyday activities can […]

17 Feb 19
South America 2019

Up for the early breakfast and a wander around the town. Not loads to see but a couple of pretty squares. Then popped into the Cathedral for a bit of mass. Then out to the floating islands Uros on Lake Titicaca just as the sun came out. More than 2000 indigenous folk live on these […]

17 Feb 19
Balance of Possibility

Prior to my recent trip in Sydney, I don’t remember the last time I was a tourist in my own country. There seems to be a tendency among people (at least quite a few I’ve talked to!) to associate their own country as “home” rather than a potential vacation destination. However, sometimes the best trips […]

17 Feb 19
Study Abroad Blog

Our flight into Nadi was delayed by over two hours. Pritti, our travel agent, waited for us in arrivals the whole time. She greeted us with a warm ‘Bula’ and a shell necklace. Pritti simply shrugged of the lateness as ‘Fiji Time’. Fiji Time is a commonly used phrase and, from what I gathered, it […]

17 Feb 19
theandme123.com

14 days 6000 km by car, third attempt to visit. Was it worth it? Oh Yes. The scenery, the people we met, the things we did. It was AMAZING, EPIC and REPEATABLE. A mud map of the trip. It certainly doesn’t show how epic, eventful, exhausting ( in a great way) and fun it was. […]

17 Feb 19
A Story About A Girl

Gap Years 19 year old Sean hasn’t seen his father since he was twelve. His mother has never really explained why. An argument with her leads to his moving to the other side of the country. Martin, his father, has his life thrown into turmoil when the son he hasn’t seen in nearly eight years […]

17 Feb 19
Reigning Flowers by Ann Earle

Gather your equipment I have been doing craft work for a long time but making flowers was a new concept. I was lucky enough to find a tutorial online which got me started with making roses and peonies. What was even better was most of the equipment I needed I already owned, including a lot […]

17 Feb 19
JWELL MAZUMDER

LOST SPRING Q. 1. What did Saheb’s mother say about leaving their home in Dhaka and coming to Seemapuri ? Ans. Once Saheb’s parents lived in Bangladesh, They lived amidst the green fields of Dhaka. There were many storms. They swept away their fields and homes. They were ruined. That’s why they had to leave […]