“The truth is I’m learning steadily how to handle things. The truth is I’m beginning to understand more and more why the successful people don’t get involved too much in…”
Mud pie kitchen. I think this might be the design I go with made out of what looks like old pallets and metal bowls.
So it has been about 3 weeks since we took our trip, and the details are a little fuzzy, but I will do my best. We left the Wednesday before Thanksgiving for our first stop on the trip, Antelope Canyon, AKA Tokyo. The reason I say Tokyo is because of the mass amounts of asians […]
Giving is the best feeling of all. Christmas brings out the best in all of us, and the bad in others. There are many charities to give to, so if not money, gives toys, a visit to the lonely senior down the street, and help others. God Bless.
Thecakebar:Dark Mississippi Mud Pie!
Shizukuishi Ski Resort is the little Prince of Powder that delivers big lines and less people. The Shizukuishi Prince Hotel is the smallest of Japan’s famous and award winning Prince ski resorts, but loses nothing for that. Tucked away in northern Iwate Prefecture the slopes are often empty, and the famous ‘Aspirin Powder’ (as the […]
Oookay… today was a different day for me. As you may know by now, Ive been looking into various groups to join – a collective of like-minded Gentiles with a similar purpose in mind of reuniting the best among us European-rooted peoples to create a Nation in which our people can flourish. I know, it […]
I have done it. I decided to comment on Brexit. Let me put my position clearly. In 2016 I voted to remain and if there were another referendum in 2019 I would do so again. All that has happened in the time between has confirmed my position that the UK should remain in the EU. […]
Christmas is the best time of the year (mostly, because the whole of December is a cheat month)! If you’re looking to try some delicious seasonal delights this year to have a Holly, Jolly Christmas then look no further than Cafe Felix to satisfy all your cravings! Cafe Felix offers a wide range of traditional […]
After a 5 hour drive, 7 hours in Melbourne, a 14-hour flight to Doha, a 2-hour stopover and a 7-hour flight to Heathrow we finally arrived at our destination. We got off of the train at 2pm at Paddington in London to a light drizzle and a welcoming 2°C. As we wandered towards our hotel, […]
Getting a whole ream of information is a must every time we arrive at a new house sit and our current owners, Anne and Richard, had this all in place by introducing us on arrival to their neighbours and their son. So after just a couple of hours we felt at home and “locals”. A […]
My mom takes me on the greatest adventures. This week we went in the car a long way. I am learning to like to sleep in the car. My mom has my bed, toys, blankets and water bowl all right next to me. It is the life! After our drive, my mom let me stretch […]
Hi Sewists, I’m back with the last instalment of my Christmas shirt. Last time I focussed on the Tower Plackets and the Cuffs, this time its all about the collar. I never could understand why the collar would fit perfectly one time but not another time, when I was using the same shirt pattern. But […]
Four Wheelers met at PC for Andrew’s ride to this increasingly popular (especially for pie lovers) venue located a short distance from Wells and just down the road from Warham Camp. Conditions were dry and surprisingly mild with only a gentle breeze – perfect! We followed a tried and tested route through Baconsthorpe and Edgefield […]