Mud Pie

22 Feb 19
Tootlepedal's Blog

Today’s guest picture was sent to me by our friend Gavin.  Last week when we were enjoying wet and grey conditions here, he was over on the east coast basking in the sun on Tynemouth beach, a mere 80 miles away.   But it was chilly there too in the brisk wind in spite of the […]

22 Feb 19
HEARTS OF FURIOUS FANCIES

Manga whoopie for the disappoint. Futari Ecchi; seinen manga, Young Animal/ Young Animal Arashi (extra chapters only) by Katsu Aki, 74 Volumes, Hakusensha, January 1997 – present [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Futari_Ecchi ] WARNING: Adult themes and over-consideration of traditions of Japanese cartoon intimacy, including sex below the cut. Part 1 of x essays on limitations within Japanese […]

22 Feb 19
Take a Pugh

Thames tipped over A bench stranded in the shallows Unseasonable February sunlight Dapples cheekily onto mud rubble paths — Walkers, runners Puddle splash cyclists Dogs desperate to coat themselves In algae, dirt and rabbit shit — Eel Pie glimmers Aits sail on the Richmond tide Ham House hiding, a veil of trees Scent of wild […]

22 Feb 19
Carol Clupny The Ribbon of Road Ahead

  At forty-nine years old, Carol Clupny was an active, driven woman with a career, a family and a zest for adventure.  A mere year later she struggles with strange symptoms of internal tremors, frozen shoulders, and a serious intestinal infection.  She doesn’t understand why she can’t paddle a kayak, or throw the ball for […]

21 Feb 19
Her Way

Chocolate can actually last for substantial amount of time, even after the date of manufacture. If stored at right temperatures and depending on the type of chocolate, it can last from 12 months to 5 years. According to EAT BY DATE, the shelf life of chocolate depends on a number of different reasons, such as […]

21 Feb 19
American Woman Online

My sex life with my husband actually improved after we became parents After 14 years together, 10 years of marriage, and our share of obstacles, I can still honestly say that my husband is pretty great. Trust me, there have been plenty of times when I’ve lashed out at him for merely breathing air around […]

21 Feb 19
Drakies ELCC

It might only be day 1 after our long weekend but, we were super busy out in the garden today. The sun was shining and the children (and staff) were all refreshed after our little break and ready for action. By observing the children through their play, we have noticed that the children absolutely love […]

21 Feb 19
Schoolroom Today

Part One  Chapter I – Beginnings March 1, 2008 B.C.           This diary is to log our exploits after the confusion of languages and I was chosen to write it, so here I am writing it.  This is the first day of the confusion and I am unable to read the Hebrew that I learned […]

21 Feb 19
Patches Thru

In 1998 my brothers and I set off on an end-to-end hike (a thru-hike) of the 271.1 mile Long Trail in Vermont. For the majority of the hike the three of us wore matching blue shirts, and we were nicknamed the blue crew 🙂 It was an awesome adventure. On that 19-day backpacking trip I […]

21 Feb 19
SONOMA WRITERS ALLIANCE

JOAN’S FLIGHT by Michael James          One unforgettable day when my son was in high school, he and I took our catamaran for a sail out of Rio Vista, on the delta, in conditions that were ideal: flat water and strong winds. We sailed hard for several hours without even getting wet, then beached the boat […]

21 Feb 19
Red Branch Chronicles

Goings and Comings “We felt greatly honoured, of course, by Conor when he arrived suddenly at Dún Sobairce with Fergus Mac Rioch, and a great throng of the Red Branch champions,” Nuala admitted, sitting up straight and reaching up to adjust her hair. Anxious to disassociate herself from the deaths and to exonerate herself from […]

21 Feb 19
Diary of a UK Gardener

The plan had been to complete the first section as written in the guide book but a late start due to delays with public transport, there was a landslide which stopped trains, I only managed to get as far as Crayford before darkness fell. This is a lesson learnt for future walks, get out as […]

21 Feb 19
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

High School Junior Blue Basketball Feb 14 Blue Girls: First Place:  Holy Cross 64 Holy Cross 39 (Holy Cross – City Champions) Third Place:  Centennial 54 Aden Bowman 42 Fifth Place:  Evan Hardy 50 Bethlehem 35 Blue Boys Championship Division: First Place:  Holy Cross 78 Marion Graham 39 (Holy Cross – City Champions) Third Place:  […]

21 Feb 19
Sound Books

Mud Parties, Pie Faces & Meatball Madness! Nick Jr.’s Messiest Moments Ft. PAW Patrol & More! Nick Jr. friends always have fun, but sometimes they can get a little messy. Check out these top 5 messiest clips from full episodes of your favorite shows! Find more of your favorite shows, weekday mornings on Nickelodeon and […]

20 Feb 19
Bulletin Board

  Cabin Fever Chronicles Ramblin’ Rose writes: “Subject: We’re Talking Baseball.