Pure Collection

14 Dec 18
witness2fashion

For those who wonder how Victorians survived the winter in badly heated houses (or snowy streets,) this down-filled petticoat is one answer. I don’t know how this red, Victorian, quilted down petticoat from England found its way to California.  This week I found the pictures I took of it many years ago, before it was […]

14 Dec 18
Game of Travel

I should write this a long, long time ago. Around August, right after the BOYL, I guess. As always though, I procrastinated a bit, I thrown myself into other stuff and one thing leads to another and there’s December all of the sudden, and the review of the best annual Oldhammer event is not done […]

14 Dec 18
THRI-VES

The Earth is wonderfully weird. From tiny puddle-dwelling creatures that can survive in outer space to a paint so dark that your eyes can’t actually even see it, the Earth is filled with plenty of strange and incredible things. Here are a handful of things on this planet that you probably had no idea existed. […]

14 Dec 18
Geniusly Plain

[Previous] [Home] [Next] Chapter 8 Xie Siblings Entered the Secret Room After eating and taking bath, Yun Xiang and I sat beside a furnace to warm ourselves, told her stories to pass the time. Today I told about Yang Xiao ganged up with Ji Xiao Fu, one was a tranquil and pure beautiful heroic woman, […]

14 Dec 18
Geniusly Plain

Sorry for disappearing for months. Got involved in real life works really bad that I had to concentrate on them first. This is unedited. [Previous] [Home] [Next] Chapter 3: First Time Encountering Mister Modern people travelled back to the ancient time, actually there was nothing interesting waiting for them. First, many things were not easy. […]

14 Dec 18
The Sun
MESMERISING photographs that act as a portal into a variety of cultures from all over the world have been revealed as part of a competition. Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 is a collection of glorious snaps that showcase the difference in lifestyles across the globe. The men photographed in this photo look to be completely unaware of their surroundings as they focus on the task in hand. This was taken in Italy by Stefano Pensotti The winner’s photograph was of a group of men in a swimming pool staring intently at a game of chess, while other bathers splashed around them. The chaos and calm of the pool in Italy captured beautifully with the click of a button. As well as celebrating the wonder of the landscapes and portraits themselves, each photographer’s story is revealed. Although Burkina Faso’s population is among the youngest in the world, with almost 50% younger than 12 years, sadly the country also has one of the highest infant mortality rates. The ones who survive the tender and critical infancy are free to play all day and almost everywhere. In Bani Matjaz Krivic took a photo of Reita and her friends while climbing the minaret of the Grand Mosque Taken by Ignacio Palacios, this colourful beauty was enjoying the sunshine in Mantadia National Park, Madagascar Shanghai, China. This is a famous highway intersection in Shanghai where two of the city’s core arteries meet. Oscar Tarneberg A family of polar bears in Svalbard, Norway. A mother Polar bear and her two young cubs are migrating north, as the sea ice melts quicker than previous years. Taken by Roie Galitz Shouguang county, Weifang, Shandong province, China. The job of being a parent is a demanding one for this little warbler. Photgraphed by Fuyang Zhou Salt pans of Lake Asale, Danakil Depression, Ethiopia. They have loaded the salt from the Dankalia open-air salt mines at – 50m level. Their journey will lead them to Agula on the Ethiopian plateau at 2400m. Taken by Stefano Pensotti Bagan, Myanmar. Prayer time in one of little temples in the plain of Bagan – a young girl stops on her way to school, by Stefano Pensotti Shaanxi, China. Endangered gold: The Qinling golden snubnosed monkey is listed as Endangered by the IUCN as only some 3,800 individuals still exist. Most people have never seen these creatures. Taken by Marsel van Oosten This little penguin stands dangerously close to a elephant seal in Yankee Harbour, Antarctica. Photographer Andrew James said that he had to remove his gloves as he couldn’t work the camera Stefano Pensotti, who was the overall winner of Travel photographer of the year began taking pictures when he was around 14. He used to steal his other brother’s camera and began to learn the methods and techniques used in dark room photography. One image is of a group of locals in Gannan, China on a pilgrimage in blizzards and freezing conditions. This particular picture won the best in the Hot/Cold category. Port Louis, Mauritius Our trip to Mauritius in was accompanied by Cyclone Berguitta, causing stress and drama to everyone on the island. We escaped from the stormy beaches to explore the markets of Port Louis, including the Fish Market. Taken by Nicola Young Kollam, Kerala, India. The man cutting the tree is trying to guard his breath with a make-do mouthguard so that he will not breathe in the tree shavings. Photgraphed by Daniel Kurian Parque Natural del Cabo de Gata, Almeria, Spain. The pita (Agave americana). Two hardened Thorns have interlaced with each other to create a very curious composition, taken by Javier Herranz Fuego volcano, near Antigua city, Guatemala. This picture of the Fuego volcano was taken from the summit of the Acatenango volcano. At 4000m, the sky was extremely clear and the Milky Way was in the upper left corner. This was taken by Florent Mamelle The Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims travel regardless of the treacherous weather that they face. In the tranquillity section, the winner was an unusual one – and different from the rest in that group. Simon Morris, from the U.K has been taking travel images for around 15 years. Gannan, China. The local people who walked on the pilgrimage road were pious and pure. Taken by He Jian. They walk this route no matter what the weather conditions are. Kyoto, Japan. The Geiko Tomitae, at the gates of her ancestral temple taken by Robin Yong. The dark brown backdrop makes the red of the parasol and the details of her robes pop. A young boy kicks oranges up a striking blue stairway in Morocco. His blue tracksuit blends beautifully with the surroundings. Isabella Smith felt this local boy using oranges as balls, was the opposite of kids in America playing with expensive toys. Timbuktu, Mali. In the last light of day the inhabitants of Timbuktu wash their clothes and take a shower in the port of Kabara. This tranquil photo was taken by Stefano Pensotti This boy, living in the vicinity of Thula, a town well-known for its prototypical massive stone architecture, is enjoying his last years of childhood, before he is going to be married and will resume family obligations. Hopefully his children will be able to go to school. This dusty scene was taken in Yemen by Matjaz Krivic Niger River, Mali, West Africa. Sand divers freedive down to the bottom of the Niger river to collect sand for the building industry. It’s an extremely dangerous job from which many don’t return. This was captured by Philip Lee Harvey Venice, Italy. Maleficent, also played by Angelina Jolie in the Disney film, at the entrance of the fabled Green Door. Dark, mysterious and extremely beautiful and captured by Robin Yong A Kingfisher plunges into the water to catch a fish between Palovec and Mala Subotica, Croatia. It took weeks and thousands of attempts to get this image according to Peter Sabol Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. In Tanzania, when you have albinism, you are thought to be evil. There even is a price on the head of children with albinism since killing a person with albinism is considered to bring good luck, taken by Marinka Masseus Our Sun rises over Canary Wharf penetrating a foggy East London slowly bring colour to the city scape. Early morning commuters stopped and marvelled at this unusual atmospheric scene taken by Russell Moore Akua, Sadar, Bangladesh. Photographer Fardin Oyan ran out into the rain to join the children who were splashing away His shot of a faded, worn, bedroom in Havana took the prize. Judges felt that it perfectly captured an empty, quiet place with a sense of peace, freedom and human emotion. Another photo was taken by 14-year-old Isabella Smith, from Collierville – a small town in Tennessee. Kibish, Ethiopia. A boy stands among the copper bracelets worn by the Suri women. The colours in this photo taken by Danny Ye Sin Wong are striking Russia, Yamal Peninsula. The ‘chum’- the Nenets’ dwelling – is as mobile as they are. It consists of long sticks, and stitched reindeer skins stretched over it. The image was taken by Vladimir Alexseev Kaohsiung, Taiwan A red crane cleaning its own feathers looks like a taijitu,a symbol or diagram representing Taiji (Supreme Ultimate) which contains one circle with an inner pattern of symmetry representing yin and yang. This was taken by Yingting Shih Taken by Tariq Zaidi, a man named Perriera, 37, (pictured left) stands in front of his neighbour’s house. He has been a sapeur for 28 years. He has 2 children and works as a computer consultant. Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. She was diagnosed with dyslexia and attention deficit disorder (ADD) and found that when she first held a camera she was able to concentrate for the first time. She found that she struggled to use words to teLl stories and could do a much better job through the method of photography instead. She took a photo of a bucket of oranges in water, snapped in Morocco. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] A photographer takes a photo of young Malian sand diver as he takes a breath and gathers his thoughts before plunging back down below the water. Taken in the Niger River, Mali, West Africa, by Philip Lee Harvey, sand divers freedive to the bottom to collect sand for the building industry. It’s known as an extremely dangerous job, for which many don’t return. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
14 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
MESMERISING photographs that act as a portal into a variety of cultures from all over the world have been revealed as part of a competition. Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 is a collection of glorious snaps that showcase the difference in lifestyles across the globe. The men photographed in this photo look to be completely unaware of their surroundings as they focus on the task in hand. This was taken in Italy by Stefano Pensotti The winner’s photograph was of a group of men in a swimming pool staring intently at a game of chess, while other bathers splashed around them. The chaos and calm of the pool in Italy captured beautifully with the click of a button. As well as celebrating the wonder of the landscapes and portraits themselves, each photographer’s story is revealed. Although Burkina Faso’s population is among the youngest in the world, with almost 50% younger than 12 years, sadly the country also has one of the highest infant mortality rates. The ones who survive the tender and critical infancy are free to play all day and almost everywhere. In Bani Matjaz Krivic took a photo of Reita and her friends while climbing the minaret of the Grand Mosque Taken by Ignacio Palacios, this colourful beauty was enjoying the sunshine in Mantadia National Park, Madagascar Shanghai, China. This is a famous highway intersection in Shanghai where two of the city’s core arteries meet. Oscar Tarneberg A family of polar bears in Svalbard, Norway. A mother Polar bear and her two young cubs are migrating north, as the sea ice melts quicker than previous years. Taken by Roie Galitz Shouguang county, Weifang, Shandong province, China. The job of being a parent is a demanding one for this little warbler. Photgraphed by Fuyang Zhou Salt pans of Lake Asale, Danakil Depression, Ethiopia. They have loaded the salt from the Dankalia open-air salt mines at – 50m level. Their journey will lead them to Agula on the Ethiopian plateau at 2400m. Taken by Stefano Pensotti Bagan, Myanmar. Prayer time in one of little temples in the plain of Bagan – a young girl stops on her way to school, by Stefano Pensotti Shaanxi, China. Endangered gold: The Qinling golden snubnosed monkey is listed as Endangered by the IUCN as only some 3,800 individuals still exist. Most people have never seen these creatures. Taken by Marsel van Oosten This little penguin stands dangerously close to a elephant seal in Yankee Harbour, Antarctica. Photographer Andrew James said that he had to remove his gloves as he couldn’t work the camera Stefano Pensotti, who was the overall winner of Travel photographer of the year began taking pictures when he was around 14. He used to steal his other brother’s camera and began to learn the methods and techniques used in dark room photography. One image is of a group of locals in Gannan, China on a pilgrimage in blizzards and freezing conditions. This particular picture won the best in the Hot/Cold category. Port Louis, Mauritius Our trip to Mauritius in was accompanied by Cyclone Berguitta, causing stress and drama to everyone on the island. We escaped from the stormy beaches to explore the markets of Port Louis, including the Fish Market. Taken by Nicola Young Kollam, Kerala, India. The man cutting the tree is trying to guard his breath with a make-do mouthguard so that he will not breathe in the tree shavings. Photgraphed by Daniel Kurian Parque Natural del Cabo de Gata, Almeria, Spain. The pita (Agave americana). Two hardened Thorns have interlaced with each other to create a very curious composition, taken by Javier Herranz Fuego volcano, near Antigua city, Guatemala. This picture of the Fuego volcano was taken from the summit of the Acatenango volcano. At 4000m, the sky was extremely clear and the Milky Way was in the upper left corner. This was taken by Florent Mamelle The Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims travel regardless of the treacherous weather that they face. In the tranquillity section, the winner was an unusual one – and different from the rest in that group. Simon Morris, from the U.K has been taking travel images for around 15 years. Gannan, China. The local people who walked on the pilgrimage road were pious and pure. Taken by He Jian. They walk this route no matter what the weather conditions are. Kyoto, Japan. The Geiko Tomitae, at the gates of her ancestral temple taken by Robin Yong. The dark brown backdrop makes the red of the parasol and the details of her robes pop. A young boy kicks oranges up a striking blue stairway in Morocco. His blue tracksuit blends beautifully with the surroundings. Isabella Smith felt this local boy using oranges as balls, was the opposite of kids in America playing with expensive toys. Timbuktu, Mali. In the last light of day the inhabitants of Timbuktu wash their clothes and take a shower in the port of Kabara. This tranquil photo was taken by Stefano Pensotti This boy, living in the vicinity of Thula, a town well-known for its prototypical massive stone architecture, is enjoying his last years of childhood, before he is going to be married and will resume family obligations. Hopefully his children will be able to go to school. This dusty scene was taken in Yemen by Matjaz Krivic Niger River, Mali, West Africa. Sand divers freedive down to the bottom of the Niger river to collect sand for the building industry. It’s an extremely dangerous job from which many don’t return. This was captured by Philip Lee Harvey Venice, Italy. Maleficent, also played by Angelina Jolie in the Disney film, at the entrance of the fabled Green Door. Dark, mysterious and extremely beautiful and captured by Robin Yong A Kingfisher plunges into the water to catch a fish between Palovec and Mala Subotica, Croatia. It took weeks and thousands of attempts to get this image according to Peter Sabol Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. In Tanzania, when you have albinism, you are thought to be evil. There even is a price on the head of children with albinism since killing a person with albinism is considered to bring good luck, taken by Marinka Masseus Our Sun rises over Canary Wharf penetrating a foggy East London slowly bring colour to the city scape. Early morning commuters stopped and marvelled at this unusual atmospheric scene taken by Russell Moore Akua, Sadar, Bangladesh. Photographer Fardin Oyan ran out into the rain to join the children who were splashing away His shot of a faded, worn, bedroom in Havana took the prize. Judges felt that it perfectly captured an empty, quiet place with a sense of peace, freedom and human emotion. Another photo was taken by 14-year-old Isabella Smith, from Collierville – a small town in Tennessee. Kibish, Ethiopia. A boy stands among the copper bracelets worn by the Suri women. The colours in this photo taken by Danny Ye Sin Wong are striking Russia, Yamal Peninsula. The ‘chum’- the Nenets’ dwelling – is as mobile as they are. It consists of long sticks, and stitched reindeer skins stretched over it. The image was taken by Vladimir Alexseev Kaohsiung, Taiwan A red crane cleaning its own feathers looks like a taijitu,a symbol or diagram representing Taiji (Supreme Ultimate) which contains one circle with an inner pattern of symmetry representing yin and yang. This was taken by Yingting Shih Taken by Tariq Zaidi, a man named Perriera, 37, (pictured left) stands in front of his neighbour’s house. He has been a sapeur for 28 years. He has 2 children and works as a computer consultant. Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. She was diagnosed with dyslexia and attention deficit disorder (ADD) and found that when she first held a camera she was able to concentrate for the first time. She found that she struggled to use words to teLl stories and could do a much better job through the method of photography instead. She took a photo of a bucket of oranges in water, snapped in Morocco. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] A photographer takes a photo of young Malian sand diver as he takes a breath and gathers his thoughts before plunging back down below the water. Taken in the Niger River, Mali, West Africa, by Philip Lee Harvey, sand divers freedive to the bottom to collect sand for the building industry. It’s known as an extremely dangerous job, for which many don’t return. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
14 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
MESMERISING photographs that act as a portal into a variety of cultures from all over the world have been revealed as part of a competition. Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 is a collection of glorious snaps that showcase the difference in lifestyles across the globe. The men photographed in this photo look to be completely unaware of their surroundings as they focus on the task in hand. This was taken in Italy by Stefano Pensotti The winner’s photograph was of a group of men in a swimming pool staring intently at a game of chess, while other bathers splashed around them. The chaos and calm of the pool in Italy captured beautifully with the click of a button. As well as celebrating the wonder of the landscapes and portraits themselves, each photographer’s story is revealed. Although Burkina Faso’s population is among the youngest in the world, with almost 50% younger than 12 years, sadly the country also has one of the highest infant mortality rates. The ones who survive the tender and critical infancy are free to play all day and almost everywhere. In Bani Matjaz Krivic took a photo of Reita and her friends while climbing the minaret of the Grand Mosque Taken by Ignacio Palacios, this colourful beauty was enjoying the sunshine in Mantadia National Park, Madagascar Shanghai, China. This is a famous highway intersection in Shanghai where two of the city’s core arteries meet. Oscar Tarneberg A family of polar bears in Svalbard, Norway. A mother Polar bear and her two young cubs are migrating north, as the sea ice melts quicker than previous years. Taken by Roie Galitz Shouguang county, Weifang, Shandong province, China. The job of being a parent is a demanding one for this little warbler. Photgraphed by Fuyang Zhou Salt pans of Lake Asale, Danakil Depression, Ethiopia. They have loaded the salt from the Dankalia open-air salt mines at – 50m level. Their journey will lead them to Agula on the Ethiopian plateau at 2400m. Taken by Stefano Pensotti Bagan, Myanmar. Prayer time in one of little temples in the plain of Bagan – a young girl stops on her way to school, by Stefano Pensotti Shaanxi, China. Endangered gold: The Qinling golden snubnosed monkey is listed as Endangered by the IUCN as only some 3,800 individuals still exist. Most people have never seen these creatures. Taken by Marsel van Oosten This little penguin stands dangerously close to a elephant seal in Yankee Harbour, Antarctica. Photographer Andrew James said that he had to remove his gloves as he couldn’t work the camera Stefano Pensotti, who was the overall winner of Travel photographer of the year began taking pictures when he was around 14. He used to steal his other brother’s camera and began to learn the methods and techniques used in dark room photography. One image is of a group of locals in Gannan, China on a pilgrimage in blizzards and freezing conditions. This particular picture won the best in the Hot/Cold category. Port Louis, Mauritius Our trip to Mauritius in was accompanied by Cyclone Berguitta, causing stress and drama to everyone on the island. We escaped from the stormy beaches to explore the markets of Port Louis, including the Fish Market. Taken by Nicola Young Kollam, Kerala, India. The man cutting the tree is trying to guard his breath with a make-do mouthguard so that he will not breathe in the tree shavings. Photgraphed by Daniel Kurian Parque Natural del Cabo de Gata, Almeria, Spain. The pita (Agave americana). Two hardened Thorns have interlaced with each other to create a very curious composition, taken by Javier Herranz Fuego volcano, near Antigua city, Guatemala. This picture of the Fuego volcano was taken from the summit of the Acatenango volcano. At 4000m, the sky was extremely clear and the Milky Way was in the upper left corner. This was taken by Florent Mamelle The Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims travel regardless of the treacherous weather that they face. In the tranquillity section, the winner was an unusual one – and different from the rest in that group. Simon Morris, from the U.K has been taking travel images for around 15 years. Gannan, China. The local people who walked on the pilgrimage road were pious and pure. Taken by He Jian. They walk this route no matter what the weather conditions are. Kyoto, Japan. The Geiko Tomitae, at the gates of her ancestral temple taken by Robin Yong. The dark brown backdrop makes the red of the parasol and the details of her robes pop. A young boy kicks oranges up a striking blue stairway in Morocco. His blue tracksuit blends beautifully with the surroundings. Isabella Smith felt this local boy using oranges as balls, was the opposite of kids in America playing with expensive toys. Timbuktu, Mali. In the last light of day the inhabitants of Timbuktu wash their clothes and take a shower in the port of Kabara. This tranquil photo was taken by Stefano Pensotti This boy, living in the vicinity of Thula, a town well-known for its prototypical massive stone architecture, is enjoying his last years of childhood, before he is going to be married and will resume family obligations. Hopefully his children will be able to go to school. This dusty scene was taken in Yemen by Matjaz Krivic Niger River, Mali, West Africa. Sand divers freedive down to the bottom of the Niger river to collect sand for the building industry. It’s an extremely dangerous job from which many don’t return. This was captured by Philip Lee Harvey Venice, Italy. Maleficent, also played by Angelina Jolie in the Disney film, at the entrance of the fabled Green Door. Dark, mysterious and extremely beautiful and captured by Robin Yong A Kingfisher plunges into the water to catch a fish between Palovec and Mala Subotica, Croatia. It took weeks and thousands of attempts to get this image according to Peter Sabol Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. In Tanzania, when you have albinism, you are thought to be evil. There even is a price on the head of children with albinism since killing a person with albinism is considered to bring good luck, taken by Marinka Masseus Our Sun rises over Canary Wharf penetrating a foggy East London slowly bring colour to the city scape. Early morning commuters stopped and marvelled at this unusual atmospheric scene taken by Russell Moore Akua, Sadar, Bangladesh. Photographer Fardin Oyan ran out into the rain to join the children who were splashing away His shot of a faded, worn, bedroom in Havana took the prize. Judges felt that it perfectly captured an empty, quiet place with a sense of peace, freedom and human emotion. Another photo was taken by 14-year-old Isabella Smith, from Collierville – a small town in Tennessee. Kibish, Ethiopia. A boy stands among the copper bracelets worn by the Suri women. The colours in this photo taken by Danny Ye Sin Wong are striking Russia, Yamal Peninsula. The ‘chum’- the Nenets’ dwelling – is as mobile as they are. It consists of long sticks, and stitched reindeer skins stretched over it. The image was taken by Vladimir Alexseev Kaohsiung, Taiwan A red crane cleaning its own feathers looks like a taijitu,a symbol or diagram representing Taiji (Supreme Ultimate) which contains one circle with an inner pattern of symmetry representing yin and yang. This was taken by Yingting Shih Taken by Tariq Zaidi, a man named Perriera, 37, (pictured left) stands in front of his neighbour’s house. He has been a sapeur for 28 years. He has 2 children and works as a computer consultant. Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. She was diagnosed with dyslexia and attention deficit disorder (ADD) and found that when she first held a camera she was able to concentrate for the first time. She found that she struggled to use words to teLl stories and could do a much better job through the method of photography instead. She took a photo of a bucket of oranges in water, snapped in Morocco. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] A photographer takes a photo of young Malian sand diver as he takes a breath and gathers his thoughts before plunging back down below the water. Taken in the Niger River, Mali, West Africa, by Philip Lee Harvey, sand divers freedive to the bottom to collect sand for the building industry. It’s known as an extremely dangerous job, for which many don’t return. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
14 Dec 18
listen records

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there’s only about 10 shopping days left before Christmas. I hope you are more prepared at this point than I am. Anyway, lots of restocks coming in every day and there’s still some sweet new releases trickling in as well. We’ve been getting re-ups on accessories as well. […]

14 Dec 18
Walter Bitner

or, Love and Music     This lovely eighteenth century canon was a staple of my school choirs’ repertoires throughout my entire teaching career. I came across it in a songbook when I first started teaching at Blue Rock School in the early 1990s, and I believe I taught this to every choir I directed […]

14 Dec 18
A MODERN HOUSEWIFE

Coconut Macaroons. I think I first started making these for my in-laws for Passover early in our marriage. The first time I brought them my husband’s grandparents jubilantly stated that these were the best macaroons they had ever had. Ever. Coconut macaroons were their favorite cookie so they knew what they were talking about. Now […]

14 Dec 18
Strohltopia

Featured in age from The Perfume of the Lady in Black Amazon Prime Amazon prime is so amazing now. Month after month they just keep adding incredible stuff that’s not easily accessible elsewhere. The one thing to watch out for is that they often run stuff in terrible quality or the wrong aspect ratio, but as […]

14 Dec 18
Vogenix Self Tanner

If you had told me three years ago that my entire makeup bag would be filled with clean products, I would have given you some major side eye. I know what you’re thinking: Do natural beauty products actually work as well as their not-as-eco-friendly counterparts? Like many of you, I was skeptical that the formulas […]

13 Dec 18
TPPA = CRISIS

Just as we have shifted en masse from eating food to eating junk food, we have also shifted from having meaningful values to having junk values. All this mass-produced fried chicken looks like food, and it appeals to the part of us that evolved to need food; yet it doesn’t give us what we need […]

13 Dec 18
https://mercedes-benz-worldzz.blogspot.com/

If a gold case, is it bent or dented from rough or has the gold been worn by means of. A foul crankshaft position sensor in your Chrysler 300 will causethe engine to run very rough or not run at all. Aside from that this shall be an excellent car for somebody to get running […]

13 Dec 18
The Dahlia Review

By: Matty Penner   Over the summer I was looking for something to read when I came across, This is Not an Accident, by Dr. April Wilder. Before buying it on Amazon, I read a couple reviews to see what I would be getting myself into. Library Journal wrote, “The nine quirky stories in this […]

13 Dec 18
Exploring Doylestown

The quaint and inviting streets of Doylestown are filled with extraordinary shopping options, all of which will help you to get your holiday shopping done with ease. Whether shopping for music lovers or the stylish, fashion-seeking gift recipient on your list, Doylestown shops and boutiques will offer the perfect items to make checking names off of your gift list easy as […]