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16 Jun 19
Folded and Yellowed and Torn at the Edge

“One fish, two fish, Jesus fish, I hate it here.” Connor bopped his head from left to right with every two words. He was referring to the line of traffic ahead. Just about every car had a Jesus fish on the bumper as well as a Trump/Pence sticker. But that’s what life is like Lawtey. […]

16 Jun 19
WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

A South Florida driver is expressing her gratitude to the two good Samaritans who came to her rescue after she was involved in a fiery crash on Interstate 95 in Fort Lauderdale. Betty Grant said she is alive and well thanks to the brave and quick-thinking actions of Carlens Denaud and Eric Fajkis. “I can’t […]

16 Jun 19
Farmermouse's film & book Festival

I always thought This Island Earth was one of the more thoughtful, inventive movies of the classic sci-fi era. The premise is intriguing: how cool to get a otherworldly science kit (the de luxe Interositer) from aliens? Pretty much solid gold stuff to most kids, or even adults. The scientists are key characters here. Drs. […]

16 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

The clothes you are wearing are ecological? Yes, I have a 100% linen dress today. Do you still wear the jeans from your collection "It's One World"? I do not fit in there anymore. Do you still have memorabilia? But clearly. Bodysuits, sweatshirts, a dress from my very first collection "Awakenings". They are packed in […]

16 Jun 19
Laurel Pierotti

I wanted to share our pantry staples with you all. I make a menu each week and buy most ingredients we need week by week but these are things I always have around for snacks and quick meals! PANTRY STAPLES Frozen Fruit – Store bought or just freeze fresh fruit in ziplock bags when you […]

16 Jun 19
A Day in the Life

My alarm went off at 6:45, and I scared myself into thinking I’d slept in even though no, it was fine. But that adrenaline meant I was up, so I got up, got ready, and headed out. The bus arrived at the bus stop right after I did, and I was at the mall by […]

16 Jun 19
The Fashion House Mom

Summer is the time to add some fun into your wardrobe. Forget the traditional prints and save them for Fall.  This season go for eye-catching options that are sure to spark conversation.  And what’s more conversation worthy than food themed prints?  Summer’s best prints are here and they are hot!  And yes, they are all […]

16 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Half of the lesbian couple, who were attacked by a group of homophobic youth on a bus in London, criticized the media's "graphic" and "tickling" coverage of the incident. Chris, a 29-year-old American, had a date with the Venezuelan doctor Melania Geymonat when they were approached by young men on public transport in the early […]

16 Jun 19
runningbeyondthefence

Reserving the Reserve and Finding the Sisu in You- The Story of Solo-Part 4. Have you ever heard of the word Sisu? It is a Finnish word. Simply put, Sisu begins where perseverance and grit end. It is the ‘second wind’ of mental toughness, after the individual has reached the limits of their observed mental […]

15 Jun 19
Perfectly Honest Film Reviews

POSSIBLE SPOILER WARNING FOR EVERY EPISODE OF BLACK MIRROR! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!! Introduction For those of you who don’t know, Black Mirror is a sci-fi anthology series created by Charlie Brooker, that showcases different futuristic technologies and how humanity would react to them, usually to devastating and disturbing effects. It’s dark, unique, superbly written […]

15 Jun 19
fmwayoflifeblog

After last seasons domestic treble which you can read about here… https://fmwayoflifeblog.wordpress.com/2019/06/10/a-season-of-success-rangers-fc/ it was all the more important to keep improving the Gers and improve our fortunes in the Champions League along side remaining the dominate force in Scotland. I didn’t want to change the way we were playing but I did feel that we […]

15 Jun 19
DelaWhere are we going?

Hello all, please try to bear with me as I butcher my first blog post. I have been given the fun task of discussing Wednesday and Thursday of this wonderful trip. So let me start by saying it is Wednesday my dudes….. AHHHHHHHHH. If you don’t get that reference you should really step up your […]

15 Jun 19
Good Choices or Good Stories

End of Week Two Today marks the end of week two since leaving the US. The first 10 weeks in Peace Corps Uganda are used for training. Every Peace Corps post has a Pre-Service Training (PST) that ranges from 8-12 weeks. During this time trainees undergo extensive training ranging from safety and security, to health, […]

15 Jun 19
5ft Wanderer

I flew to the other side of earth to get SMILE Laser Eye Surgery. Say what?! Why would you do that? Simple. Reliability, convenience, and cost. South Korea is known for its medical tourism. Plus, I was heading to Asia and a friend of mine who teaches English in Korea told me that she got […]

15 Jun 19
Survivalism

EVERYONE ARE EVERYWHERE (even on a riverbank) Directing the light from the lamp straight into and moving towards the vehicle was what he decided to do next in order to keep on with his, by that moment almost half an hour long unsuccessful search. As he approached the car from the side opposite to drivers, […]