Please COMMENT with artist AND ALBUM TITLE and the word SOLD to buy. I will reply comment to confirm and then message or email you later to finalise the sale. M = Media, S = Sleeve. Postage $10 for 1 (including record mailer), whatever Australia Post charges for more to your location from 2043, or […]
June 2019 Azone International will offer 2 coordination dolls of EX-Cute Family, Mia. Mia as Twinkle Twinkle a la mode Blue Sapphire Mia as Twinkle Twinkle a la mode Pink Sapphire Both dolls are Azone Direct Store Exclusives and will go on sale June 13, 2019. Mia Blue Sapphire Mia Pink Sapphire Body: Pure Neemo […]
The Observer Elton John Elton John: ‘They wanted to tone down the sex and drugs. But I haven’t led a PG-13 life’ In this exclusive article, Elton John writes about his extraordinary life and why he finally decided to give the Rocketman biopic the green light ‘I’ve never been very comfortable with seeing myself on […]
Good day Today I’ll discuss the top 10 best basketball shoes for ankle support. The performance of the player depends on the agility of his moves and control over the feet movements. When the significant chunk of the game relies on the feet tricks, the grievances associated with feet occur with a trivial sloppiness. Ankle […]
Andy Kissane, The Tomb of the Unknown Artist (Puncher & Wattmann 2019) Here I go, blogging about a third book of poetry in a row. But, Dear Poetryphobe Reader, there’s nothing to fear. This one, like the last two I blogged about, is really good. Andy Kissane writes the kind of poetry that allows you […]
This is a short story of someone meeting the love of her life; the person telling the story is reminiscing.
Ship Stern Bluff is visible from the first Cape Raoul lookout, it can also (given the right weather) be heard from the Raoul track. Adventure sport enthusiasts may have heard of it because Red Bull hosts an extreme surfing competition, Cape Fear, in the very big waves at the Bluff. If surfing isn’t really your thing but emerging from a rainforest out into the beach to see roaring waves and feel the salty sea air against your face is, then you’d love this walk.
CHAPTER 7 What a delightful time he’d had toying with the priest. Delightful indeed. He really hadn’t expected that he would have so much fun, because he’d learned from past experiences that sometimes the buildup—the planning stage in his schedule, as he liked to call it—turned out to be far more rewarding than the actual […]
We may be going into Winter at the moment but that doesn’t mean we have to act like it’s Winter. My mind set is that we should just keep acting like it’s Summer and party all the way through the cold and it seems like the rest of the music industry agrees with me with […]
G.K. Chesterton’s ideas concerning government intervention in the economy have led some to believe that he may have been a socialist. They argue that the political creed of distributism, which Chesterton advocated, would involve the coercive redistribution of wealth. But are these critics right in their characterization of Chesterton’s ideas? One of the weirdest and […]
Reverently contemplating the true Buddha and the true land, I find that the Buddha is the Tathagata of inconceivable light and that the land also is the land of immeasurable light. (Shinran, A Collection of Passages Revealing the True Buddha and Land of the Pure Land Way, CWS, p. 177) In Shinran Shonin’s teaching, which […]
So first of all, lemme say that although I’ve been taking pictures for a while, I’m not really a professional. I’ve never taken any photography classes, lack the vocabulary of someone who is a professional photographer, and I don’t and can’t really take good pictures in real life. But enough people have the impression that […]
& # 39; K nerds, I know none of that is true. I know enough about comic books to know that. I'm not going to claim undeserved nerd credit. I'm just going to explain how comics not only opened whole worlds of stories and characters for me; they opened me more fully to become the […]
In a year which has so far brought us the gentle warmth of Simon Amstell’s Benjamin, the second film vying for the top spot in my cinematic affections is in many ways its opposite. While Benjamin is slow and reflective like a kiss on your shoulder or a hand on your lower back, Wild Rose is bold and exhilarating; the […]
Preeclampsia, HELLP Syndrome diagnosis, and early delivery to two micro-preemies Since May is Preeclampsia Awareness Month, I thought sharing this story may help raise awareness of the leading cause of maternal mortality and prematurity. Specifically, HELLP syndrome is the most severe form of preeclampsia which is found if 5-8% of pregnancies. my due date was […]