Mud Pie

26 Jun 19
Dactyl Review

As a reader, my career has fallen off precipitously since my eyes went bad during a misspent late-innings career in adversarial journalism, peering directly into the radioactive maw of a circa 1998 Gateway CRT monitor for 18 hours a night, four nights a week. Much earlier, back when I was a long-distance commuter slouching daily […]

25 Jun 19
SEAGULLS CIRCLE MY CORPSE

Stardate 26-06-19 C.d’s? C.D’s? let’s just say NOOOW-WUH. Compact Discs. aye, Lanegan- but also CADAVER/CARNAGE split cd. Sorry split Compact Disc. Pure beasting, filed under nausea/ I swear, I will bore you to death with banality dear reader- LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THIS FUCKER. I spent a fair chunk of today sorting out all […]

25 Jun 19
Kelly Good Celebrations

No matter if you got married in a church, on the beach, within 9 months, or after a 2 year engagement, I think we can all agree on one thing…. Weddings are OVERWHELMING! Lists on lists on lists, and by the time your big day actually arrives you are crossing all your fingers and saying […]

25 Jun 19
Class C M.D.

There’s just something so magical about the Northeast. Even now as we’re driving through the White Mountains of New Hampshire and the Green Mountains of Vermont, my husband and I are dreaming of retiring here. The lakes are pristine, the rolling hills calming, and the forests ethereal. This was our second trip to Acadia National […]

25 Jun 19
Thank You God For Tractors...

Okay, well maybe not really, but I think you know what I’m getting after… So I was recently (and sadly quite often) a bit disheartened listening to a three-year-old regale me with the details of his favorite video games… Three years old… I don’t ever mean to pass parental judgement, so please never take my […]

25 Jun 19
iRunMountains

Run S’mores 24 hour race… Or 16 hours. June has been quite the month for me, I’ve reached more miles this month than any other month, but a majority of it has been either tapering or ramping up and banging out big miles. It’s kind of an experiment in coaching myself to better learn how […]

25 Jun 19
Bob Lawrence's Album Collection

John Cooper Clarke – Thirty Six Hours (Snap, Crackle & Bop) Rolling Stones – Little T & A (Tattoo You) Golden Earring- Cool As It Gets (Tits & Ass) Doors – Roadhouse Blues (Morrison Hotel) Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Let It Fall (Servants Of The Sun) Jam – Little Boy Soldiers (Setting Sons) * Elton […]

25 Jun 19
CMH Gourmand - Eating in Columbus & Ohio

(This is food related, Toby and I had many food based adventures together and he is the only life form on the planet that could steal an Oh! Betty’s Hot dog or Donald’s Donut from me and not face my avenging wrath). A year ago today at 1:44 PM my most loyal and best friend […]

25 Jun 19
Confessions of a Revert

Day 0 and Day 0 It might seem strange to you that there were two day 0’s. It was for me too. The plan for the North Bend Rail Trail (NBRT) was to arrive early on Wednesday start riding and have several days of unplanned riding ahead of me. Then I would return by Saturday. […]

24 Jun 19
Daily Crossword Puzzle Solver

Welcome to Crossword Puzzle Answers. Our website is dedicated to Crossword Answers. We solve all the clues from publishers such as New York Times, LA Times, USA Today etc. Since you arrived at this particular page you are looking for the answer to Thomas Joseph June 25th 2019 Crossword Clues so without wasting your time […]

24 Jun 19
I Tell The African Story

By Josephine Wawira According to Euromonitor, the world’s fastest growing economies by 2030 will be in Africa. This consequently makes the continent the next big e-commerce market. And as this positive narrative continues to place Africa as a top investment destination, the need for advanced logistics systems has become inevitable. The growth of e-commerce will […]

24 Jun 19

Improve My Well-being

The Sunshine Blogger Award is peer recognition for bloggers that inspire positivity and joy. Thank-you Anne for your interest in my blog! Being new to the blogging community, I’m delighted people like yourself are reading and engaging with my posts. For those of you who haven’t seen Anne’s site ‘The Art and Science of Wellbeing’ […]

24 Jun 19
CityBike Magazine

Every stop sign is an opportunity to launch a little harder and let the two-stroke sing a little longer. Ed and his TL follow as I confuse commuters with my mutated-leaf-blower-on-crack exhaust note, my GPS giving instructions in my ear as we criss-cross the city. By the time we hit the Golden Gate bridge, my cheeks hurt from smiling.

23 Jun 19
Angus

I’m not over keen on the car but attached to a seatbelt on the back seat I can move around a bit and look out of the window if I want. (I’m getting to be a big dog you know ! ) I can also lie down and sleep which is very important for a […]