Mother's Day Presents

17 Jun 19
Asportsupdate

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry celebrated Father’s Day on their SussexRoyal Instagram account the same way they did Mother’s Day: by sharing a precious new photo of their 1-month-old son Archie. This shot featured Archie holding his father’s finger and gave a stunning first glimpse at his little eyes. (Archie was sleeping during his first […]

17 Jun 19
Mr. Sunshine Smiles

Monday greetings to you all! I hope everyone has had an enjoyable week since last week’s post and was able to soak up some sunshine amidst the crazy rain and wind that Mother Nature decided to mix in as well. It’s hard to believe that we are already entering the third week of June and […]

17 Jun 19
Life of My

We know very well that every human being on earth fears death, fears that their identity will vanish without trace after death.  This may be one of the reasons why we have a very good and mesmerizing theory and stories of afterlife. Almost all of the theories out there about afterlife will definitely help you […]

17 Jun 19
Big Brother 2 Go.com

York House School is an independent day school for girls located in the heart of Shaughnessy, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Founded in the middle of the Great Depression by seven women, York House provides opportunities for girls in academics, fine arts, athletics, and community service.

17 Jun 19
GARY AGUILON DOCUMENTARY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

GARY AGUILON DOCUMENTARY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY “Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes, we even get to meet the people that we least expect at the right place and time. In the case of Isay Reyes, who is known to TV viewers as a reporter from two renowned media conglomerates, this led to what she prayed for […]

17 Jun 19
Fighting for a Future

The World Plural Positivity Conference has just been held. I found the keynote speech which focussed on Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) fantastic and very informative. Here is the transcript. While this is a Plural Positivity World Conference, I have been asked specifically to speak about the history of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) as we understand […]

17 Jun 19
DayBreaks Devotions

DayBreaks for 6/17/19: It’s the Little Things From the DayBreaks archive: June, 2009 I’m not good at remembering birthdays, anniversaries or dates when special things have happened.  Just ask my wife.  She is wonderfully tolerant of me, and after years of marriage, has come to understand that there’s a good chance that I’ll forget something […]

17 Jun 19
Fiction and Diary Entries

#IndieApril was a huge hashtag which encouraged people to buy books from authors who weren’t traditionally published. I put up a post asking authors to drop their links and it was a big list. More than I can read in a month but there are plenty of good ones I would like to. This compiles […]

17 Jun 19
the pauses between

“I’m in Melbourne already!” my cousin, Ruth, texted who flew down from her beloved Sydney to spend easter with us last year. Her estimated time of arrival was 0700. We left the house around the same time, leaving her to the mercy of airport internet, charging stations, and a bit of leg room to stretch […]

17 Jun 19
300 words a day

We love events. Birthdays, weddings. Open houses, parties Christmas, Easter. We plan and worry, We invite and remind. We prepare and decorate and lose sleep. We wait and then we celebrate. But then we have to clean up. And catch up. Some of us love all these pieces. But truth be told, many of us […]

17 Jun 19
B for Bookreview

  Transfer traces the lives of those on Anna’s Fancy, the Clausen estate on Saint Croix in the Danish West Indies, handed down through three generations. A historical novel and the sequel to Fireburn (OC Publishing 2017), Transfer sees Niels Clausen, the illegitimate child of a Danish landowner and his black mistress who both died […]

17 Jun 19
Asma I. Abdulmalik

This article was first published in Arab News (link)   Sitting in a meeting room, mentally preparing for a big presentation. She kept rehearsing in her head the key points she will have to cover in the sequence she decided on the night before. Then her mind wandered, she remembered she had to pick up […]

17 Jun 19
Words Under The Galaxies

We can all agree that waiting is not easy. There are many stumbling blocks that may come along our way. There may be situations that will shake our faith. Others may discourage us from waiting patiently. It may take our joy, our hope and our belief. Personally, I am waiting for something that I know […]

17 Jun 19
Just Some Thoughts

Happy Father’s Day! Today is such a special and meaningful day.  Today celebrates all the men that pour into their children, care for them unconditionally, and show Jesus in their every day life. Today celebrates the men that want the best life for their children– the men that put God first and do their best […]