Spirit Hoods

11 Dec 18
This Week in Milford

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA, that’s a real knee-slapper, Filion. Way to get things on the right foot with the oldest prank in the book. Not even Dennis the Menace would stoop that low. “OWWWWWWWWWWWWW, MY EYE HAS POPPED OUT OF ITS SOCKET, MR. WILSON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” “George, you big bully, you had to use a rake on him? C’mon, Dennis, […]

11 Dec 18
The Centurion Voice

This article is a guest writer piece by a student in creative writing, Ashley M. The snow seemed to come down in never ending sheets. The cold, blustery wind seemed to have a mind of its own as it twisted hair and blew sparkling droplets of snow into New Yorkers’ eyes. People bustled along the […]

11 Dec 18
Red Tricycle

Get ready to fill you weekend with activities and events that make you want to celebrate the season!

11 Dec 18
Robs Raving Reviews

He sees you when you’re sleeping He knows when you’re awake He knows if you’ve been bad or good So be good for goodness sake So, you better watch out You better no cry You better no pout I’m telling you why Krampus is comin’ to town! *SPOILER ALERT* It is the most wonderful time […]

11 Dec 18

Looking for the perfect holiday gift? If you’re traveling on a Very Merrytime Cruise this holiday season, not only will you have the opportunity to share seasonal splendor with loved ones, but you can also pick up some exclusive holiday merchandise while onboard! Check out some of our top items below, and let us know […]

11 Dec 18
Sound Books

Looking for the perfect holiday gift? If you’re traveling on a Very Merrytime Cruise this holiday season, not only will you have the opportunity to share seasonal splendor with loved ones, but you can also pick up some exclusive holiday merchandise while onboard! Check out some of our top items below, and let us know […]

11 Dec 18
A Winter's Reverie

Third time is a charm! No way, someone nominated us again!? Hell yeah! Apparently, our performance out in the field must be stellar! But you are just writing a blog. Where did you get the theme of war from and why don’t you apply it to other posts? Are we seriously doing this again? I think we are and I’m […]

11 Dec 18
RevGalBlogPals

The first time I ran across Isaiah 42 verse 1 was when I was preparing my mother’s homegoing service in November of 2002.  The words, “Here is my servant, whom I uphold, my chosen, in whom my soul delights,” brought me some comfort and a bit of peace at the time. This morning, the more […]

11 Dec 18
#TeachLivingPoets

Today’s blog post comes from Carrie Mattern, a high school ELA teacher in Flint, MI who has taught in Flint for the last eleven years and in Brown City, MI for her first four years of teaching. At Flint Carman-Ainsworth, Carrie greets students as freshmen in English 9 and sends them out into the real […]

11 Dec 18
Hometown Publishing

“But…it’s gone unused for years now! I don’t think anyone besides the janitor has set foot in there since I enrolled here!” Atsushi yelled out, clearly frustrated that he wasn’t getting anywhere. “You’d best not raise your voice at a member of staff, Mr. Nikaido,” the principal said. Her glare practically cut Atsushi in two, […]

11 Dec 18
Dragon Rise Camp

 Loupgarou is Resource Teacher for Dragonrise 2019, who shares some of the local history, mystery, myth and lore of Shropshire leading up to our camp – The Untamed Heart!   Outlaws and Wolfheads, Gods and Spirits  There is an old tale goes that Herne the Hunter, Sometime a keeper here in Windsor Forest, Doth all […]

11 Dec 18
Harlequin Junkie | Blogging about Books | Addicted to HEA :)

In Luke’s Gift (Harlow Brothers #2) by Kaylie Newell, Luke Harlow is out of the military and home for good in Marietta, Montana. Working as a police officer for the town, he finds himself interacting with just about everyone including Mary Best, the town’s best reporter. However, if there’s one thing about Luke, it’s that […]

11 Dec 18
Nicholas Hood III Ministries

    Today at noon, I am leading a Bible Discussion that will focus on prophecies from the Old Testament that predicted the birth and life of Jesus.  One of the reasons why Jesus was crucified is that the nature of his life and ministry challenged the people of his time because they looked for […]

11 Dec 18
goldingannouncements

Today is report card day! Are you interested in storytelling and adventure, then you should consider Writers’ Club on Mondays, Dungeon & Dragons on Tuesday.  Today and next Tuesday, players will be creating characters who will begin their adventure in January. This Friday is wear your holiday sweater to school  for spirit day. Jazz Band […]

11 Dec 18
Yego Store

Well! Your destination to finding an amazing collection of creative and innovative set of printed T-shirts lands at Yego. Yego brings in a huge collection of vividly created and customised set of T-shirt collection for all your causes and concerns. Bridging the ago between what you expect and what you wear, we turn all your […]