Summer Fun

21 Jul 19
Our Story: The Bell Family

Mark finally got to fly over Great Salt Lake in a little airplane on Wednesday. Mark had so much fun, and the pilot was impressed by how well he did in the plane. I was impressed by Mark, and by how well behaved Flynn was when I taught VIPKID that morning! He usually stays with […]

21 Jul 19
The Lost Teacher

I get to spend time with my kid and he enjoys it. I get to make up silly voices and no one makes fun of me for it. We have been reading the Harry Potter series and we’re about to finish Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. My British accents are incredibly inconsistent and combine Irish, […]

21 Jul 19
News Directory

BARRY REPORT: DAY 20 YEARS It was surprising that Barry Sanders retired to many Detroit Lions fans, but there were many signs referring to his sudden departure. Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press Robert Porcher was first thinking that Barry Sanders was thinking of retiring immediately after Detroit Lions ended with the Lions ending with the […]

21 Jul 19
Milk Bubble Tea

If you’re anything like me, you’re always changing your iPhone lock screen (especially as the seasons change!) It has been quite a while since I did a phone wallpaper post, I forgot how much fun they are to put together! Instead of pinning them on Pinterest I thought I’d have a go at making some […]

21 Jul 19
Mrs. Bucks Beginnings

Somehow the summer has escaped me. Again. I think as teachers, we all dream of this E.P.I.C. summer that is chocked full of fun, adventure, and relaxation. We all have these major expectations. I have a fabulous hair dresser, trust me this goes with the story. She is brilliant with my hair and also in […]

21 Jul 19
BestySells

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)  About the product: Mark: IHOT Trend Collection: Vintage female inspired Equipment: 95% cotton 5% elastane. Comfortable and elastic material Necklace: Sexy and adorable halter neckline for the homecoming and the evening Handle: Without sleeves Color: White Dots, Red Dots, Yellow Dots, Blue Dots, Green Dots, Light Green Length: Knee-long […]

21 Jul 19
Simon's jealousy-generating 6 months off work

Ok, and now we move on to the main highlight of the trip for KM, the annual music festival at Verbier, which by winter is a ski-resort and by summer an adventure / activities playground – think of Queenstown but much more in all respects, including the costs! But first we need to get there, […]

21 Jul 19
Living the Yeh Life

For the past 3 out of 4 summers, we have been blessed to spend time in Montana… it has become so special that the kids can hardly wait until the day arrives for us to fly there.  Generously, our aunt and uncle have allowed us to stay at their cabin.  Arriving there is like a […]

21 Jul 19
Sanne van Zwol

Monday It was a good day, a great day. I started my bachelors in psychology. I know, strange. Who starts their bachelors during summer. I cam choose whenever I want to do certain classes and my mental illness presents me from doing to much at te same time, I thought why not make it so […]

21 Jul 19
RegenAxe

As a much needed getaway from elder care, we drove west to Soo Junction and indulged ourselves in a totally touristy train and riverboat tour to Tahquamenon Falls, courtesy of Tahquamenon Falls Riverboat Tours. I’ve been vacationing up here for decades and have done all of the usual tourist stuff around here and Anne has […]

21 Jul 19
Addison Morris' Blog About Everything...

Welcome all, to my blog. I hope everyone who takes time to read can enjoy and gather some type of feeling when they are done. Right now, I will give you a brief introduction to who I am and then, I will post the good stuff, the content that hopefully will capture you and have […]

21 Jul 19
Abyssal Librarian

I love book tags, but for some reason I always struggle to find one that I’m interested in doing. When I look at the questions, I always seem to draw a blank for any books that might fit, somehow! At the very least, I knew that this time I wanted to go for something summer-themed, […]

21 Jul 19
SPC, Summer in the UK 2019

Today’s blog: Today, we went to the British Museum and the Convent Garden in London. We had a great time in the museum and learned a lots of facts about the ancient Egyptians, like how they made mummies, how they preserved the bodies, etc. Also, we went to the galleries about Roman Britain, Ancient Greece […]

21 Jul 19
Anywhere RV

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