Ride On

23 Mar 19
Unwrapping Words

Twisted Tales is a series of books presenting different twists on various well-known Disney stories, and Mirror, Mirror is the sixth in the series, following on from novels about Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid and Mulan. Five of the previous novels were written by Liz Braswell, with Reflection, the Mulan story, written […]

23 Mar 19
Champions In Sport

Every so often, a Thoroughbred racehorse comes along as one who is charismatic, beautiful, and well-connected. Barbaro was such a champion, ridden by Edgar Prado, trained by Michael Matz, and owned by the engaging couple Roy and Gretchen Jackson. Anticipation at Pimlico Race Course In Baltimore, Maryland, at Pimlico Race Course on May 20, 2006, […]

23 Mar 19
The Fargo Kantrowitz'z Literary Campsite

  Skid row poor. Beat down. Nothing but. Black. Wandering some, purple power. Lost souls. Of course you’d say that. Wanna know the real world? Can’t get away from it. Have to talk about it. Nobody wants to know the real world. It’s all bullshit. And you’re there whether you want to be or not. […]

23 Mar 19
PHILOSOPHY

Fear is considered as a psychological term. Fear is always in relation to something. We fear because we see an object different from what we generally see around. We see an object possessing capabilities to harm our self; we see an object threatening to us. When there is fear, there is always a reference to […]

23 Mar 19
Adventures with Adeline

1 week in the books! Might seem like a little milestone, but let me tell you, 1 week has been an accomplishment for us. Adeline has been amazing and considering the circumstances she is handling all this with such grace and most of the day she is smiling. Me on the other hand, lets just […]

23 Mar 19
Technological

Tata Harrier, the latest product from Tata Motors has gained a lot of attention in the Indian market. The all-new SUV is currently available on a huge waiting period of around five months depending on the variant and colour. Last month, Tata dispatched close to 1,500 units of the Harrier in the Indian market. Here […]

23 Mar 19
Connie Rosser Riddle

Yesterday was my birthday. I spent the day with my ten-month-old grandson, Baker. We alternated between playing with his stuffed ‘my first basketball’ while watching the March Madness games and him practicing walking. He gave me my first “Happy Birthday Grandma” card and reminded me why I need to stay healthy. Being with him was […]

23 Mar 19
Life & Medicated Recovery: My Journey

When I decided to stay heroin free. I smoked crack for the first few nights. My friend would come pick me up to grieve. I was going through some life changing stuff and traumatic events that lead up to those couple of nights. I ended up buying a 20 a few nights after getting clean, […]

23 Mar 19
Sera Taíno

3/23/19 I decided to participate in Linda G. Hill’s weekly Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompts. The original link for this week’s prompt can be found here if you would like to participate.  Rules of engagement are at the end of this post. Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “the last piece of mail you received.” […]

23 Mar 19
Our travels

The morning air was still quite cool when we arrived in Delhi airport at about 6am yesterday. Unsure of what metro station was close to our hotel, we took a taxi at what was probably a highly inflated price, but airport customers are ripe for taking advantage of. The drive along the ubiquitous 3 lane […]

23 Mar 19
Santo La Russa

AFTER ALMOST 2 YEARS OF NUMEROUS INVESTIGATIONS, INCLUDING THE MUELLER PROBE, IT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED THAT THERE WAS NO COLLUSION WITH THE RUSSIANS BY PRES. TRUMP OR ANY OF HIS STAFF. FINE. NOW LET’S MOVE ON. WHAT REALLY NEEDS TO BE ATTENDED TO IS WHAT ALL THESE INVESTIGATIONS REALLY PROVED. AND WHAT IS THAT. THAT […]

23 Mar 19
Polloplayer

Decisions, decisions. With our ship docked at Linz, today the Tauckians had to decide between a tour to Salzburg or to Cesky Krumlov. Tough choice! We had solved it by planning a visit to Cesky Krumlov out of Prague so we wouldn’t miss out on this day in Salzburg. 20/20 hindsight, fwiw: Cesky Krumlov is not […]

23 Mar 19
Hope ~ Hustle ~ Heart

My first Triathalon is in the books! Oh and did I mention I signed up for it just 12 days before? It all started with helping my friend, Jeremy train for this race, the Rocky Hill Triathlon.  More specifically with the swimming portion since I have a background in swimming and water polo. I was […]

23 Mar 19
kristenelizabethbrixey

My son (3) is excited for our upcoming Disney World trip. We’ve still got over 150 days until we leave. He keeps asking and I keep telling him, later, we aren’t going for quite a while. In fact, September is our month (yes…Star Wars phase 1 will be open. Yes, we are crazy). Nearly every […]

23 Mar 19
ATBHorseRacing

Race 1 – Class 5, 1400m # 1 Flying Noble # 9 Wonderful Tiger # 11 Triumphant Light Race 2 – Class 4, 1200m # 8 VOYAGE WARRIOR Race 3 – Class 5, 1200m # 4 M REBORN # 9 RichCity Fortune # 3 Natural Flare Race 6 – Class 3, 1000m # 9 MultiMillion […]

23 Mar 19
Ride

Micromobility is a hot buzzword these days, and it refers to the lightweight, electric vehicles that have their heart set on disrupting the transportation industry. One of the most innovative micromobility solutions is the Onewheel.