Storm Watch

16 Feb 19
My Eurofreaks

A few minutes ago Estonia chose its 2019 representative. Victor Crone, the Swedish singer, will wave the Estonian flag in Tel Aviv. The winning song “Storm” is written by Stig Rästa. Victor Crone Victor Crone is familiar to Euro fans by competing in 2016 in the Swedish national final Melodifestivalen, along with the rapper Behrang […]

16 Feb 19
Good Evening Europe

Victor Crone har netop vundet dette års Eesti Laul, Estland’s nationale finale. Han skal synge vindersangen “Storm” i Tel Aviv. Estlands største indendørs arena, Saku Suurhall, lagde rammer til, da 12 finalister efter 2 semifinaler dystede om retten til at gå i Elina Nechayeva‘s fodspor og repræsentere Estland i Tel Aviv. De 12 finalister var: […]

16 Feb 19
Comic Watch

When everyone else was telling us the only way you could judge the feats of a hero was by the polarising opposition and overall plotting of the villain, Marvel looked at it from a different angle.

16 Feb 19
Jazzmyn Storm

From my WIP. The first two books/parts of the story are FREE today and the third is publishing right now!💕   “I told you it would be easier to show you,” he said. “Now, do you have any questions?”   Questions? I set my glass down so hard I thought it might shatter. “What the […]

16 Feb 19
Perspectives From The Sky

By Leo Knighton Tallarico Last week’s meeting between Mars and Uranus in Aries created an intense energy field for us to move through. And its overall purposes were to empower each of us, and to liberate us from stuck places in our minds or lives. It also intended to motivate us to move forward on […]

16 Feb 19
Grow With Me

Whenever you hold my hand the hurricane in my heart starts to settle, when I was with him it was more intense, I could feel the thunder shock my collarbones and rattle my ribcage, the rain would shatter my lungs and my heart was drowning, I felt like I couldn’t breathe, But with you. You’re […]

16 Feb 19
Eurovision Union

The Estonian national final has just taken place, where the remaining 12 acts have performed their entries once again with the hopes of becoming the next Estonian Eurovision representative. The final took place in the Saku Suurhall in Tallinn and featured the six qualifiers from each of the two semi-finals. The winner of the show […]

16 Feb 19
Dadsense

My (Early) 2019 Watch Wishlist You can usually tell when the waves of life have capsized me by the lapses in my blogging. When the tides are calm and things are in a healthy balance, I find time to float a few thoughts this way. When the storm surge hits hard and fast — and […]

16 Feb 19
Curated Consciousness

I’ve been pretty debilitatingly depressed for the last week or so. So much so that I asked Chico to stay home from DnD last week, and I’ve spent a few days this week doing little else but hold the baby all day and wait for him to get home, letting Isaac watch whatever he wants […]

16 Feb 19
Earth Based Spirituality

“A man prayed, and at first he thought that prayer was talking. But he became more and more quiet until in the end he realized that prayer was listening.” – Soren Kierkegaard If Prayer is a predisposition, an attitude, and/or practice that opens the human heart to commune with mystery, then one needs to learn […]

16 Feb 19
Marriage Matters

When you hear the term “love map” what do you think of?  Do you think of a maze that will direct you to your true love?  Do you think of a map that will help you navigate your way through a relationship? Though both of these descriptions sound nice and extremely helpful, neither correctly describes […]

16 Feb 19
FOX6Now.com

MILWAUKEE — The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the majority of southeastern Wisconsin beginning early morning Sunday, Feb. 17. For Sauk, Iowa, Dane, Jefferson, Lafayette, Green, Rock and Walworth Counties, the winter weather advisory will be in effect starting at 3 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 17 until 3 a.m. Monday, Feb. […]

16 Feb 19
Arena Ball Book Blog

I got to attend the River Kings’ scrimmage this morning at the US Cell Center.  It was a lot to take in.  Some random observations: Since the scrimmage doubled as the season ticket holder ticket pickup party, it was about as close to game conditions as we’re going to get prior to Sioux Falls rolling […]

16 Feb 19
fiftyshadesofbookssite

No Exit by Taylor Adams is an adult psychological thriller. Darby is on her way home to Utah to see her dying mother when she gets stuck in a fierce snow storm in Colorado. The roads are getting worse and her car won’t make it so she stops at a rest stop to wait out […]