Maya Wrap

18 Jul 19
Swimming After The Ariels

She was unapologetically herself, not once explaining herself to anyone. With jorts rolled up unevenly and hair gone astray, she was carefree. Maya produced her trademark happy head wiggles in the middle of a restaurant where others bring their best etiquette. On top of an umbrella ride, she molded quad chin faces because she knows […]

18 Jul 19
the potato blog

The summer books a potato recommends. You know how polar bears literally sleep through the winter? Well, I wish I could do just the opposite, because summer is such a pain to endure and I can’t even wrap my head around the fact that there’s still so much to go until Autumn blesses us again. […]

18 Jul 19
befores & afters

Practical lessons on moving to real-time rendering.

18 Jul 19
Keeping up with the Kendalls

It’s a mild evening on the banks of the Fitzroy River, not far out of Broome. The sun is moving past the horizon and the sky is still touched with pink as another peaceful day draws to a close. The fire cracks away inconspicuously as I wait in patience for harsh, hot coals to form […]

17 Jul 19
Phillip's Blog

In today’s blog I’m going to expand on a a book I had spoke about in a previous post titled “What I talk about when talking about I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” where I shared my thoughts on the oh-so-great autobiography novel by Maya Angelou, I know Why the Caged Bird Sings, and […]

17 Jul 19
athlettuce

Whew.  I am nearly six weeks into motherhood and while there are parts that are really lovely, there are other parts that are REALLY HARD.  For those of us who normally find relief and release by running, the stresses of new parenthood can be compounded.  Here are my top ten tips for surviving the beginning […]

16 Jul 19
The Art of Collecting

(((( Draft )))) Graffiti and street art Scott Burnham said: ‘ the street is a huge cultural laboratory.’ Burnham, who in 2003 estalished and directed ‘III communication’, one of the largest street art biennials, expressed the vaue of surveying the ongoing materialization of art at street level as foreshadowing of the coming trends in leading […]

15 Jul 19
The Life sharonvan28 Blog 532

The third season of the American science fiction – horror web television series Stranger Things , titled Stranger Things 3, was released worldwide on Netflix ‘s web streaming service on July 4, 2019. The second season ended on a bit of a foreboding note when it was revealed that the Mind Flayer was still in […]

15 Jul 19
Iberostar Rocks: The Unofficial Guide to Iberostar Paraiso

We slept until 8. I never sleep this late back at home. Even with the time change this is late for us to sleep.  It looks like it is going to be a beautiful day in paradise. We headed out to breakfast. Victor was down in the lobby area. I’m referring to the open area […]

14 Jul 19
People Like Books

Hey everyone! Since my last post, I have done two TBR videos on my booktube channel for the two big readathons I am taking part in: The Book Junkie Trials (discussed in my previous post) and The Reading Rush! Check out what’s in store for my reading plans below!

14 Jul 19
twalha

TYPES OF MEN IN THE DATING SPHERE. Here is a link TYPES OF MEN IN THE DATING SPHERE. to a controversial piece and men keep asking for the ladies version of this. Something different and something fun. Who runs the world, girls…they say but not all girls do it. Let us talk about girls. Note: The […]

14 Jul 19
Two Sisters. One Amazing Savior.

Work. What comes to mind when you see that word? Maybe you think of your job, household tasks, or things you do in service to others. Maybe you instantly feel stress, pressure, pride, or a sense of achievement. Maybe you’re reminded of adages you’ve heard all your life like, “Hard work pays off,” or “The […]

14 Jul 19
Latinx Magic

Hello friends, As I was saying in my summer romance post, my idea is to bring these short, concise reviews from books I don’t feel like writing a complete post for. And I don’t want to cloud my wrap ups with all the books that I read monthly because they’re really too much, too exhausting […]

14 Jul 19
At Home With A Book

For the month of July, I had planned on reading books for The Medievalathon and the Book Junkie Trial readathons. Instead, I went down a romance/contemporary rabbit hole and I am ok with that. But this is what I’ve read, I am not sure what the end of July will look like, but we’ll see. […]