Miss L Fire

24 May 19
Russia News Now

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24 May 19
Website SEO Blog UK

Worker Report

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Selection Association has announced not to mention its Facebook page that it will close the doors of its small , private library at the end of Summer.

“It is with great sadness that enables us to are announcing the long closing of Plymouth Selection Association, ” the page read. “Our last daily schedule in business will be Saturday, 06 29, 2019. The decision to seal was not easy. We would like to help you thank our patrons seen brought us joy over time and who we a lot appreciate. We will miss then you dearly. PLA would not in order to the same without you. ”

“Unfortunately our personal closing means all book must go. We are offering up books $5 a large normally would and $3 a small

24 May 19
A Company of Nations

I wish I’d never had cause to write this, but there is an ideology which I must address: “Black Hebrew Israelites”. As the name indicates, this Afrocentric ideology contends that the descendants of Israel today are found in certain Negroe tribes, most notably African Americans.  To me this notion seems absolutely laughable, but many do […]

24 May 19
Opusculum

256 Lance-Corporal Harry Van Tromp / Van Trump (both spellings are used) of the 22nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers was killed in action near Vimy Ridge on the night of the 23rd and 24th May 1916, aged 34. Harry Van Tromp was also at one time a bellringer at the Church of St Mary Magdalene, Taunton […]

24 May 19
Abol Tabol's Crazy Escapades

Last year (2017) I had my most expensive city trip as I was stranded in Delhi for my flight to Leh. Due to snowfall around the time of 26-Jan-2017, the Leh bound flights were cancelled. It was a unique experience as I went to the airport in the wee hours of the morning, waited anxiously […]

23 May 19
Theist Thug Life

In the debate regarding abortion there are some important points to consider so that we, in presenting our case, can be as effective and clear as possible with those we interact with. I’ve written on this topic before with my article “When We Begin: A Three Point Case for Life” in which I present a […]

23 May 19
Shara's Cimmerian Solace

Inspired by an assignment in Stephen King’s book, On Writing   Even though it is broad daylight, every light in the house is flipped on. As her eyes train on the television set, her fingers automatically reach for the jewelry that had once hung about her neck. It has been two years since she last […]

23 May 19
Planet Mom

Seems like only yesterday that they were graduating from third grade… As a parent, I love this particular wedge of time—the infinitely delicious weeks of May during which I savor the end of the school year because I’ve finally gotten the hang of the wretched routine and have come to grips with the academic expectations—even […]

23 May 19
altrockchick

What a difference a band makes. The Clovers were the hired hands supporting Elvis Costello on My Aim Is True, hitting the notes and beats but not adding much in the way of excitement. Elvis Costello carried that record pretty much all by his little old lonesome, and that’s a pretty heavy burden for any performer. […]

23 May 19
Chloe's Blog

Cambodia So I am back with a cool story for you,and at the start it will be very boring and we will be traveling for 2 hours to Cambodia. So let’s get started. Day 1 in Cambodia I did it I told you the day. We went through airport security and got on the plane. […]

23 May 19
Ballarat Writers' Flash Fiction

You all know the idea now. Be honest, be fair, and no email stacking please, not that anyone would, of course. 1          I Love You He stood frozen. She had never said that before. They had been friends for years. She had even spent weeks in his country. Now here he stood about to leave hers […]

23 May 19
Huronia Museum

Click on photos to enlarge  All dressed up in their first communion dresses, these three little girls were all set to take part in the holy rosary parade and rally in Midland Town Park May 10. Members of St. Margaret’s parish, Midland, they are, left to right, Eileen Asselin, Brenda Contois and Barbara Anne Doucette. […]

22 May 19
JTS Racing

Lingfield 1.40 Francophilia (Miss M) 2.15 Lawn Ranger (Oasis Fantasy) 2.50 Earthly (Shovel It On) 3.25 Barbarosa (Motajaasid) 4.00 Mutaraffa (Baalbek) 4.35 Javelin (Porto Ferro) 5.10 Verne Castle (Maid Of Spirit) Chepstow 1.50 Anif (Ocala) 2.25 Jungle Juice (Chance) 3.00 Strawberry Hind (Forced) 3.35 Nubough (Bungee Jump) 4.10 Fire Diamond (Edge) 4.45 Brasca (Motaraabet) 5.20 […]

22 May 19
Here Comes the Sun

Today is World Preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome Day and it always leaves me reflecting about that OTHER time my body was pushed to the very limits… that other time I faced death. Reading the essay below that I wrote on Harrison’s first birthday is like reading the words of another person, like it was another lifetime. Cancer […]