CLOSE Note a new restaurant, a bakery or a cool bar that comes to your neighborhood? Send your tips to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get the overtaking. Statesman Journal Halfway throughout the year, I truly feel that she is working on new clusters in the Salem area. While some works are still expected in the […]
Son Of Hibachi
Israeli summers are not like American summers. First of all, they’re about six months long (if you go according to temperature), which I suppose is a good thing, as the official summer months, largely falling under the shadow of the fallen Beis Ha-Mikdash, just don’t promote the kind of light, ‘summer fun’ as they […]
Worked at LEAD’s Summer camp again today. Went a lot more smoothly. Brought Baleigh a coffee this morning. Not much to talk about. Karen Barnes actually encouraged me to leave LEAD if it’s what I want to do. Cody had texted me earlier with a potential job opportunity at Navy Federal. Maybe I should take […]
I will forever maintain that Dallas has the best food and to back up that claim, I would like to share my collection of favorite DFW spots across cuisines and categories. This is the list I send to visitors and locals alike and almost everyone has found at least one place they love. Check it […]
Week 1: What I Ate, Work Out and Progress July 8, 2019 – July 14, 2019 Start Weight: 140 Goal Weight: 130 I have not been very consistent with my eating and workout habits in the past 2 months. I have currently been maintaining a weight of between 141 to 139 lbs. I weighed myself […]
Walking up to the front of the new Koi Hibachi & Kitchen in Toms River, you notice straight away the outside columns wrapped in gold foil. This is a place that’s making a statement right from the start. Over the top? Perhaps. Taken in with the right mindset, though, and it only adds to the […]
Totally meant to do a Day 1-2-3 for O Con Expo and totally didn’t. Time escaped me, as it often does when one is having fun. So I’ll try to recap as best I can. Day One, Friday: I had written a whole blog post about this day, but for some reason the internet dropped […]
Ahhhh – 4TH of July. Summer break has officially arrived. Every year, my job shuts down everything for one week. This week. A glorious week, and it isn’t even over. But I digress – Dear Teacher, this is what I did on my summer break: On the eve of summer break, Friday, June 28th to […]
Chapter thirty-three That very night while I lay on my futon with the room swaying around me, I made up my mind to be like the fisherman who hour after hour scoops out fish with his net. Whenever thoughts of the Chairman drifted up from within me, I would scoop them out, and scoop them […]
Obituaries are a service of Brainard Funeral Home, with locations in Wausau and Weston. Jeremy Rieman Jeremy J. Rieman, 47, passed away peacefully early on Tuesday morning of June 25, 2019, with a loving family at their home in Mosinee, WI. He was born on June 30, 1971, in Lacrosse, WI to Georgia Leigh Rieman. […]
Matthew Boone is 7 months and 12 days old, so it seems an appropriate time to finally write about his birth story…lol! I want to back up a little, though, and tell some of the other fun details, too. So this is split into a few different parts! Gender…?! We told our families on Mothers’ […]
Title: The Dusk and the Dawn
Warnings: Graphic Depictions Of Violence
Fandom(s): Criminal Minds, American Gods,
Category: F/M, M/M
Relationships: Spencer Reid/Original Male Character, Spencer Reid/Original Female Character, Aaron Hotchner/Haley Hotchner, Aaron Hotchner/Spencer Reid,
Characters: Aaron Hotchner, Spencer Reid, Jack Hotchner,
Tags: Alternate Universe, Crime Drama, Het, Slash, Urban Fantasy, Adultery, Character Bashing, Infidelity, Murder, Violence-Canon-Level,
Spoilers: Up Through Season 14
Summary: Aaron Hotchner wasn’t sure what he thought about the New God that he was saddled with. He wasn’t sure what he thought about Jason Gideon just deciding that they even needed a God on the team. Especially a New God that looked like a foal just learning to walk.
Words: Estimated 100k+
Notes: While this takes the New Gods and Old Gods from American Gods by Neil Gaiman, knowledge of that book or show is not needed.
Henderson, Kentucky residents passed protections for gay residents, then rejected them. Now, they’re coming around full circle.