Pieces

16 Dec 18
The White Cottage

The healing process, although lengthy and time-consuming, has been going a lot better than anticipated. Within several weeks of using the walker, I shortly began to walk on my own. The walker, of course, was always in tow for safety and security sake. My confidence was beginning to get ahead of me as sometimes I […]

16 Dec 18
The World of my Green Heart

This week has been crazy and stressful and trying for me, but somehow I managed to finish 3 novels (one of them entirely in one sitting!).  Below are reviews for what I read this week, to get me in the Christmas spirit! One Day in December by Josie Silver This novel lost momentum towards the second […]

16 Dec 18
New Born Parenting Advice & Tips

October 17, 2014 13h50 Source: Whowhatwear.com Thinkstock Family In the long list of household tasks, ironing often comes in the very last place. Because it often takes a lot of work to set up the ironing board and wait until the iron is hot. The act is also very boring and time consuming. But did […]

16 Dec 18
Colts Wire

Studs and Duds from the Colts’ shutout win in Week 15 over the Cowboys.

16 Dec 18
Munger Kids

Read Philippians 4:4-9 Peace is a word that has a lot of meanings because it can be spelled in different ways and mean different things. The peace we’re talking about is not like a piece of pie – even though that’s great. But this kind of peace is so much better. Ask: What is the […]

16 Dec 18
@ethanmouzon

In this article “China’s Detention Camps for Muslims Turn to Forced Labor” by New York Times editors Chris Buckley and Austin Ramzy is a informative piece addressing a huge issue going on in China. As I type this Muslim inmates are being held in internment camps in Western China, and as you can see by […]

16 Dec 18
Nothing To Read

You owe it to yourself to watch this outstanding slow-motion footage of rainbow glass slowly splintering into a million pieces.

16 Dec 18
RSD Advisory- Where Chronic Pain & Depression Collide

Pieces and parts of lines running out of time for rhymes.  Was in bed by 6:30 p.m. last evening. Woke near 11:00 p.m and watched a movie with my husband. We had our cheat treat pizza earlier.  A good friend who I love dearly messaged me after midnight. Suicidal ideations from intense chronic pain. She […]

16 Dec 18
Ragain Photo etc

 We had a gathering at the house last evening, so we had slept in, and watched tv in bed all morning while it was a nice cool sunny day outside.   Each day I like to think of something that I am thankful for, and at that point, today I was thankful that I got […]

16 Dec 18
Memesita

The whimsical free electron player Philippe Blanchard, aka Katerine, was on stage at the Théâtre Maisonneuve in Place des Arts on Friday night as part of the FrancoFolies de Montréal. The crazy French singer offered a burlesque show that was as much of the comic performance as the musical performance, to our delight. Piano-singing formula […]

16 Dec 18
A semester of English

  It’s been almost a year since I last saw my friend Alessandro*; He was away in Italy helping his parents with the family business. Despite not seeing him for so long, I knew he was the person I want to interview for my project. One Monday after class, around 7:00 pm, I took the […]

16 Dec 18
The Meager Modern Mom

When you have a family, the amount of people in your life is multiplied.  Our lives are touched by so many people each day; we should spread our holiday cheer and appreciation to them all.  My co-workers are my friends. Teachers watch over my child all day, every day.  But I am on a budget.  […]

16 Dec 18
The Cartoon Archivist

[Originally Posted to Tumblr: August 9, 2018.] So, to kind of get this blog off the ground until I get a steady flow of requests coming in, I’m going to start a running bit that I’m calling the Weekly Spotlight where I’ll talk about cartoons that you may or may not know and break them […]