Skip Hop

19 Jul 19
Fever Dreams

The crack of the pistol sets him free. The blocks behind him a one time obstruction no longer holding sway. The pulsing of blood in his ears and the drum of his heart drowns out the crowd and footfalls behind him. He is a flash into the first turn. A gale force wind as he […]

19 Jul 19
SourlandNiche

Rock Mill Preserve is located on Grandview Rd in Montgomery Township. Link to hiking map. My Oldest likes to tell people that his mom’s job is to save trees. He is so proud of that and truth be told, it makes me tear up a little when he talks about it. While the majority of […]

19 Jul 19
Flatlander Faith

There once was a day when people were able to listen to, or read, lengthy discourses on problems of the day. They understood what was being said or written and knew the difference between statements that were logical and coherent and those that were self-contradictory. Most people in North America have lost that capability. Today […]

19 Jul 19
Diane Gudat

BEGINNING TAP PROGRESSION    This is the longer list of Tap Progressions.  Too much to print for the DLTC Conference Manual. There is the occasional wrong foot here or there but some good ideas on how to stack basics. Most have been taken from MY book STEP BY STEP; The Complete Guide to Teaching Tap  BOOK […]

19 Jul 19
The Journey of McClure 099

When you rehearse your speech, be sure as shooting to fourth dimension it. That way, you dismiss make edits to abide inside the allotted meter. If your speech communication necessarily to be longer, enquiry the issue for Thomas More entropy to tally. Also, don’t flush through with your delivery when it comes metre to founder […]

19 Jul 19
Emily Randolph-Epstein

Apparently, today is my sixth anniversary as a WordPress user, which seems as good an excuse as any to finally break out of my virtual hermitage and write an update post. So, where have I been? What have I been up to? How am I doing? All good questions. I even have answers to them. […]

19 Jul 19
Harlequin Junkie | Blogging about Books | Addicted to HEA :)

Today it is my pleasure to Welcome author Michelle Pace to HJ! Hi Michelle and welcome to HJ! We’re so excited to chat with you about your new release, True Gold!   Please summarize the book for the readers here: When they were just 16 years old, Connor Garrett and Delilah Campbell gained notoriety in […]

19 Jul 19
FindYourVPN

VPN.AC is what the newest addition of our VPNs database is called. Its name holds the magic formula (i.e. VPN) so that you know what type of service it provides you with right away. During our review, we’ll try to find some details about the company that developed and supports this project and bring them […]

19 Jul 19
All It Takes Is A Little Love

I live in Texas along the Gulf coast. My father spent his teenage years in Corpus Christi, Texas, a place where he met his best friends and from hence he learned his love of fishing. He longed to return there to live one day, but he was never able to find a job, so Houston […]

19 Jul 19
LILLIE ROSS

CLOSETOKYO (AP) — Few paid much attention when Mikio Oda won Japan’s first Olympic gold medal — and Asia’s first…

19 Jul 19
Southwest D.C. Apartments

“GOOOAAAALLL!,” is what you’ll be saying when you find your new home at Valo. Well, not quite. But, if that got you excited, then we know you’ll be happy to hear that Valo is only a half mile walk from Audi Field, the new home to the DC United soccer team. Audi Field opened in […]

19 Jul 19
New Delhi Times

Few paid much attention when Mikio Oda won Japan’s first Olympic gold medal — and Asia’s first individual gold medal — way back at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics. There was no podium ceremony. That protocol was introduced in 1932 at the Winter Games in Lake Placid and the Summer Games in Los Angeles. The medals […]

19 Jul 19
The official Washington D.C. news site - timworld.info

TOKYO (AP) — Few paid much attention when Mikio Oda won Japan’s first Olympic gold medal — and Asia’s first individual gold medal — way back at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics. There was no podium ceremony. That protocol was introduced in 1932 at the Winter Games in Lake Placid and the Summer Games in Los […]

19 Jul 19
Holden Sheppard - Author

I don’t think I’ve ever written about gratitude. I even type the word “gratitude” hastily, almost looking over my shoulder in case someone catches me doing it, because I think I was raised (socially/culturally/familially) to see this concept as a bit granola-y, you know? Like, if I talk about feeling grateful (ecch), it’s a slippery […]