Moon Boot

12 Dec 18

On Tuesday I joined the excited crowds at the newly opened NGV summer blockbuster show – ‘Escher vs Nendo’. Nendo are a Japanese interior design practice, and they had devised the thoughtful exhibition spaces within which Escher’s intricate small prints were expertly displayed. The Escher prints were delightful – I’ve never seen so many of […]

11 Dec 18
Cattie's Womens Wrestling

After the debacle of the past two weeks, we are literally onto the week of WWE TLC, which means one last RAW episode to turn up the heat on the various feuds heading into the multi brand event. As part of the last RAW before TLC, we have two women’s matches as well as a […]

11 Dec 18
Woke Mamas

By Libby My 3-year-old Maddy is completely over the moon about the fact she will soon be a big sister.  She is constantly hugging and kissing my belly, saying “Baby, baby, I love you baby!”  I can’t wait to see her flourish as a big sister. I thought it’d be a good time to let […]

11 Dec 18

Well the work continues and we are still in full swing trying to get all the children treated as we’ve only got 8 more days of orthopaedic surgery left. So far we have operated on 70 children and put on 117 casts, but there’s not quite enough time to get to 100 children. The ship […]

11 Dec 18
This Week in Milford

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA, that’s a real knee-slapper, Filion. Way to get things on the right foot with the oldest prank in the book. Not even Dennis the Menace would stoop that low. “OWWWWWWWWWWWWW, MY EYE HAS POPPED OUT OF ITS SOCKET, MR. WILSON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” “George, you big bully, you had to use a rake on him? C’mon, Dennis, […]

11 Dec 18
Life’s little dramas blog

Be still my beating heart it’s Santa

11 Dec 18
Ann Cavitt Fisher

Why travel to Huntsville, Alabama? It’s one of the coolest cities in the country! 

Nestled in the low, green mountains of northern Alabama, surrounded by great hiking and outdoor activities, Huntsville boasts a vibrant arts scene, great farm-to-table restaurants, craft breweries, and local distilleries. Oh, and it’s home to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center — you know, those people who engineered and built the rockets that got us to the moon.

11 Dec 18
SpaceProphet & the Kool-Aid Kids

The old man lowered the book he’d been trying tore-read and stood, watching the forest with sharpening interest. The large creatures hehad neglected to name, whose mandibles could crush pine-trunks and whose sixspry limbs propelled them at the speed of running water, seemed to haveabandoned the dark periphery. Normally they stalked there in mute wonder atthis treeless circle they could not bring themselves to enter.

11 Dec 18
Lilacs in Bloom

Are you your father’s daughter? Are you your mother’s son? Are you the oldest in the house? Are you the little one? Does Grandma call you “baby doll?” Does Uncle call you “bud?” Do you like to keep your boots real clean or splash around in mud? Are you a funny giggle box? Do you […]

11 Dec 18

My husband put it like this: “See, the difference between us is that I eat because I like food.  You eat to survive.” Somewhat true, but not really–I like food, too, and he has to survive like me.  I’m just ultra sensitive when it comes to putting food in my mouth. Where did it come […]

11 Dec 18
Footwear News

See what the supermodel wore for a late-night fast-food run.