Rediscovery

24 Jun 19
Hobby For Me

Bored. That is what I am feeling in this moment. I go to grab my computer to write about it and the thing loads so slowly. I did buy a weaker computer for a reason; so, I have more motivation to avoid getting trapped in some weird form of technological hell. But seriously, the loading […]

24 Jun 19
citizen.

Caffe Americano – A type of coffee drink prepared by diluting an espresso with hot water, giving it a similar strength to, but different flavor from, traditionally brewed coffee.– Wikipedia My clothes smelled. Not bad. But not good either. At least not to the people that mattered. I wasn’t aware of this at first. I […]

24 Jun 19
Dating, Breaking News, Celeb Gossip & Everything College | CC

Here’s a list of the 15 most anticipated movies of the summer that girls are waiting for, between May-August 2019!

24 Jun 19
Jodi Girouard

Yesterday we drove back into a memory of when we were young, worried less, And filled with dreams of two teenagers on the brink of discovering the world. We left the house in the morning with the sun on the car’s glass, A wake up of warmth spilled over us, coffee and a Diet Coke […]

24 Jun 19
WPMT FOX43

Deep in the lush greenery of the Mosquitia rainforest in Honduras, bordered by steep ridges, lies an archeological site home to ancient ruins and an apparently thriving ecosystem. There’s long been a rumor of a pre-Columbian settlement in this region, sometimes known as the “Lost City of the Monkey God” or “La Ciudad Blanca.” Aviator […]

24 Jun 19
thehouseofbailey

This book shows the how society could evolve if capitalism were allowed to follow through to its extremes. It’s a dark shadow of this world. Or is it? Is this the world that we already live in? Enter a world of pressure and release – rebellion and doubt and the rediscovery of a simple Secret […]

24 Jun 19

[ad_1] It’s called the ‘White City’: a fabled settlement hidden deep in the lush rainforests of Honduras, said to be all that now remains of a mysterious civilisation that existed in Central America long before the Europeans came.   But this lost city has its non-believers. For much of the last century, doubts have swirled […]

24 Jun 19
Jennifer ~ Tar Heel Reader

Today I have a review of Drinking from the Trough by Mary Carlson, DVM, now available from She Writes Press! A big thanks to JKS Communications for my copy and invitation to review. This was not my my favorite picture featuring the book, but it was definitely the cutest! ♥️ My Thoughts: Mary Carlson was […]

24 Jun 19
Randolph Harris Research and Development

I went into my chamber and in the incandescent light rising from the sea, I unlocked the violin case and I looked at the Stradivarius violin. Of course I did not know how to play it, but we are powerful mimics. We have superior concentration and superior skills. And I had seen Nicki do it […]

24 Jun 19
Thomas J. Elpel

“I went with the p[arty] for the remainder of the baggage. we got all and was returning. Saw a black cloud rise in the west which we looked for emediate rain   we made all haste possable but had not got half way when the Shower met us and our hind extletree broke in too  […]

23 Jun 19
UNITED INDIA ONE

By Francesca Street, CNN (CNN) – Deep in the lush greenery of the Mosquitia rainforest in Honduras, bordered by steep ridges, lies an archeological site home to ancient ruins and an apparently thriving ecosystem.There’s long been a rumor of a pre-Columbian settlement in this region, sometimes known as the “Lost City of the Monkey God” […]

23 Jun 19
The Prodigal Catholic Blog

The Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation “Christus vivit” of Pope Francis, with the results of the Synod of Bishops last October (2008) on the topic “Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment.” Here are some insights: “Jesus, himself eternally young, wants to give us hearts that are ever young” (13).  Jesus is the model for all young […]