Storm Watch

22 Apr 19
Riddle from the Middle

1.  We had a bit o’ weather come through here on Friday. If you live somewhere along the east coast you probably caught some of the same. Big rain. Big storms. Big hail. Oh, and maybe a tornado or two. This was a good news, bad news, et cetera situation. 2.  Good news: We have […]

22 Apr 19
Ceres Books World

  A weekly event hosted by Kathryn at the Book Date to discuss your reading week ~ the books you’ve read and those you plan on reading in the coming week. Finished Last Week Internment by Samira Ahmed Rebellions are built on hope. Set in a horrifying near-future United States, seventeen-year-old Layla Amin and her […]

22 Apr 19
Birth of a Mother/Letters to Baby

My Sweet Evie June Girl, Gosh! (Your new favorite exclamation) Here we are at 5. It seems bigger, somehow, than the other years. You are so much bigger. Older. I look at you sometimes and can’t believe that I no longer see a baby or toddler or even preschooler, but a child. A big kid. […]

22 Apr 19
DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER IN A NUTSHELL

As our readers may remember, we are doing a series on attachment styles. However, if you are reading my blog for the first time, I will do a little bit of review of what attachment styles are, and why knowing yours vital to your adult relationships. John Bowlby and Attachment Theory  John Bowlby was a […]

22 Apr 19
Autumn's Soul

There is such a piano epidemy that no one wants to talk about, just a few people survive. We don’t choose them, this mysterious instrument chooses us. Once is in your blood, your life is poised with a forever art, that can’t be healed. We all have a piano inside of our soul, but not […]

22 Apr 19
End Times Prophecy Report

End Times Prophecy Report HEADLINES MONDAY April 22, 2019 And OPINION “And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you.” —Matthew 24:4 ===INTERNATIONAL FRANCE: France’s Yellow Vest protesters return to the streets enraged by billions pledged to rebuild Notre Dame – When the gloves come off and the true face of […]

22 Apr 19
TIME

Warning: This post contains spoilers for Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones may have just dropped a major hint about whether Jon Snow or Daenerys Tagaryen might have to choose between each other and the Iron Throne after the war. It all starts with that miserable-sounding tune Podrick Payne (Daniel Portman) sang during “A Knight […]

22 Apr 19
For the Love of Gaea

I woke up early this morning, unsettled in Spirit. I decided to head out early (6am) in search of herbal medicine, poplar buds. I knew my window for gathering was very narrow. Daytime temps and soil temperatures are beginning to warm. I needed to catch the poplar buds before they burst into catkins and leaves. […]

22 Apr 19
nuclear-news

The Burning Question, April 17, 2019, by Radio Ecoshock, Alex Smith    A FLOOD OF DANGEROUS NEW SCIENCE – PAUL BECKWITH   In the month of March 2019, the Arctic was 20 degrees hotter than it should be. Under that massive heat, sea ice is at a record low. Unprecedented Arctic warming is distorting weather in the […]

22 Apr 19
The Nostalgia Spot

Episode Number:  1 Original Air Date:  September 8, 1991 Directed by:  Karen Peterson Written by:  Christy Marx First Appearance:  Bucky O’Hare, Jenny, Dead-Eye Duck, Bruce, A.F.C. Blinky, Willy DuWitt, Toad Air Marshall, Frix, Frax, Komplex, Any Phibi The premiere episode for Bucky O’Hare and the Toad Wars begins with what is probably the most memorable […]

22 Apr 19
+THEGOODTHEWEIRD+

Kanye West WATER There has been a few outlets saying that Kanye West is going to release an album with a gospel song based. While in the Coachella this weekend, Kanye West put up a stage to celebrate Easter. Kanye has known to have his own service every Sunday since then, Kanye is known to […]

22 Apr 19
AFROINSIDER

Nature changes our world and human nature changes our world. And they both affect each other. The earth has a history of natural disasters and man-made disasters. Unless it’s part of our job, most of us hurry and scurry without giving a mere thought to the billions of years in regard to celestial and earthly […]

22 Apr 19
erin ivene

For the last 9 months I’ve been ignoring the fact that I will eventually have to graduate and leave high school. Oh, and the fact that I need to write a blog post. Senior Year, am I right? Wasn’t I just like, 7 yesterday? Chillin in Mrs. Brown’s class celebrating 100 days of school? WHAT […]

22 Apr 19
A Cup of Lilly

My body has always been a topic of discussion for as long as I can remember. From boys in middle school commenting on and grabbing my ‘fat ass’, to my highschool boyfriend’s mom giving me clothes to try on, only to watch me come out of the dressing room and tell me “Oh, you should […]