Mud Pie

24 Apr 19
Lynx Thoughts

“It taught me – it gave me greater appreciation and understanding for the present moment. By that, I mean not being lost in thought, not being distracted, not being overwhelmed by difficult emotions but instead learning how to be in the here and now, how to be mindful, how to be present. I think the […]

23 Apr 19
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23 Apr 19

        I grew up on top of a mountain in Tennessee. The twisting road peaked at our humble home. I’d sit on skinned knees and make mud pies until the sun began to nestle into the valley below. It was the two of us against the world of poverty and statistical prophecy. She was a […]

23 Apr 19

We will start with a favourite… One that made me realise just how delicious an authentic, homemade, wholehearted brownie can be! Walking through the market at Wentworth Woodhouse at a Christmas Market a year or two ago,  we came across Yummy Yank with Lisa Gair at the helm, the brownies kept us cheery on such […]

23 Apr 19
Snow to Sand: Poetry, Stories and Musings from Canada to the Caribbean

She came from a village small, Sepulchral mills and bingo hall; Where Blackrobes traded beaver pelts And bruins feast on running smelts By ruins of idle industry; Where frowning, peeling clapboard homes Harbour mould’ring and unspoken tomes And the remnants of a beaten race; A listless, best-forgotten place. Zeal and gumption she did not lack, […]

22 Apr 19
Bobbi's Battle

Seen The Guess Who last week. Bobbi’s mom surprised us with two tickets for a night out. A year ago, to the day, Bobbi was discharged from the hospital after undergoing her Whipple surgery. After the concert the car had to be pulled out of the mud by a tow truck though! The right side […]

22 Apr 19
Best DIY ideas

Mud kitchens (also known as outdoor kitchens or mud pie kitchens) are one of the best resources for little ones to play outside. While looking for inspiration on pinterest in order to make one for my kids, I thought I shall make a post and share it with you ! Here are the best kids outdoor kitchen i…

Mud kitchens (also known as outdoor kitchens or mud pie kitchens) are one of the…

21 Apr 19
zantides

Hello. How’s that? Better than the effort last week but still not right. I’ve had a decent sort of week see Australia is still a Christian country with a 4 day weekend attached to it everyone is heading out of the cities. I don’t have a good handle on this. Is Australia a racist country? […]

21 Apr 19
The Art of Chaos

Mud season is well underway over here in Maine and two nights ago the peeper frogs finally began to sing. Winter is officially over!

21 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

The last season of game of Thrones proves to be the most popular so far – both for people who consider it legal and illegal. Millions of fans of the hit show got involved in the first episode of Season 8 around the world. 3.39 million people in the UK saw the broadcast to Sky […]

21 Apr 19
Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

In yesterday’s chapter we meet a woman who seems impervious to the cold as she swims naked in the sea. Patrick Noone is enthralled by her exotic behaviour and agrees to meet her and learn how to swim….Paul Andruss continues the story. THE HOUSE BY THE SEA – Part Four – Paul Andruss Biddy wanted […]

21 Apr 19
civashakti

The white man is still robbing every individual (including his own kind) of creativity and freedom. The apathy he has for his own soul now seeps into every action thought that he devises for the world and the kindred spirits inhabiting. I see scores of innocent souls, packing their bags with electronic garbage heading out […]

21 Apr 19
Gullveig Press

    Prologue I have a deep relationship with Eostre from when I lived nowhere near wood stove smoke and could spend from 3 or 4am until 6 or 7am outside. The carbon monoxide poisoning every day was lessened by the low temperature at which I set the thermostat during the night, so at 3 […]