This was actually an improvement over the first episode.
Original Air Date: April 30th, 1958 Video Link: https://dai.ly/x4p6t33 Hello again dear readers! Thank you for joining me today to review “Tenting Tonight”. It is a fun installment that focuses primarily on the Cleaver boys. The plot is initially driven by a classic parental lament that children are not enjoying the outdoors enough. Let’s begin […]
Dorian reviews Margarita Liberaki’s 1946 novel Three Summers, translated from the Greek by Karen Van Dyck.
I continue to take missteps in this season of life. It seems like one blunder after another, a continuous stream of anxiety causing mistakes that can’t be undone. And I feel like I am failing at trusting Papa to lead and guide me. I’ve messed up so many times, all I can do is pray […]
Again another misstep and bad decision. But I have to face it and there’s no running. I hope I will find it in me to place my trust in and actively trust in Him. Despite the outcome, may I trust Him that it’ll be okay. Even if I fail, the Lord’s plan for me is […]
I haven’t written in a while so brace yo self. Let me first recap the last 5 weeks real quick. My first week back was bitter sweet because of how I longed for last summer but how excited I was to be back on the trail this summer. I started off doing very few miles […]
by Erik Bhatnagar Reviewer Note: It is safe to say that there will be major spoilers about the events in Avengers: Endgame, so this should be avoided for anyone that is still waiting for that film, if that is even possible at this point. One of the reasons that superhero films and […]
Photo by John Bazemore/Associated Press This past free agency season saw a whirlwind of player movement, deals, contract extensions and sneaky pickups that will help improve their respective clubs. Not every team hit it out of the park this offseason, as there was a lot left to be desired on the part of franchises in […]
the rhythm of dance is the rhythm of hearbreak: arms locked, feet planted against the threat of the fall, watching for the first sign of hesitation– of misstep, of uncertainty– that will bring about our tragic, inevitable demise. we match our steps to keep from meeting. you and i, weaving in and out, in and […]
The original return of USC Football against rival Notre Dame dates back to 1931, when the Trojans returned from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter. The epic return of USC football against Notre Dame in 1974 is rightly considered "one of the most spectacular and incredible returns in the history of college football," as […]
Building blocks watch the boiling pot until the culinary enthusiast of the day announces that the cabbage soup is ready to feed the family of 9000 fish that are waiting at the waters edge. Daily routines form an essential part of life on this planet and a single misstep has the potential to obliterate the […]
In another world, at another time, a government would be in deep trouble over current voting and financing scandals. The UCP leadership vote, allegedly involving bogus email addresses, is being investigated by the RCMP, with a special prosecutor from Ontario appointed. The Mounties have interviewed five UCP cabinet ministers. One leadership candidate, Jeff Callaway, has […]
OWN IT! The kids (ages nine and six) get FOREVER to ready in the morning. I tried location an earlier alarm, flipping typically the lights don and doff, writing bit by bit instructions to the chalk table, threats, placing timers during breakfast, and much more threats. Yet inevitably when I send this is my daughter […]