Thirty One

16 Jun 19
On Our Own

During the last couple of years I periodically went under a spell. I don’t mean something another human (or animal) cast on me, but a time of uneasy dizziness and disorientation when I wake. After a discussion with my physician, he said not to worry. Okay… It happened again morning and I did this: Remedy […]

16 Jun 19
theBelieversNotes

Today is 15th June and I woke up very late… I had to have my quiet time before I step out of my room to have brunch (yes, it was that late), clean up my room and do a couple of other chores that might be waiting for me… I had my day planned such […]

16 Jun 19
ladygwynhyfvar

The following essay was presented as a panel at Ice and Fire Con in April 2019 Worldbuilding is a concept familiar to many of us as the process of fleshing out an imaginary world for fictional characters to live in. It’s a term that’s actually been around for two hundred years and has been widely applied […]

16 Jun 19
Ryan Buckley

Today is Father’s Day, June 16, 2019. It’s my fifth one as a dad and my thirty-sixth as a son. Last night my girls, exhausted from a day playing in the cul-de-sac and then romping all around UC Berkeley with our neighbors, went to sleep blissfully early. My wife and I watched an hour-long episode […]

16 Jun 19
Heaven's above

Equality and Diversity are important as to recognise that we are all different yet we are all the same. We all laugh , we all bleed and one day we will all share that same earthly fate. Inclusion should never come at the time expense of someone else’s exclusion. Yet in these times were everyone’s […]

16 Jun 19
youthyogadetroit

Listen to thirty short, simple practices to make mindfulness accessible, natural, and fun.

16 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Just a few days after the opening of the new restaurant of the Valencian chef Quique Dacosta, we make a gastronomic tour through the modern and cosmopolitan London, the dream destination for many great British and international chefs. With one of the largest culinary offerings in the world, which is updated and renewed incessantly, we […]

16 Jun 19
MountainGuerrilla

The Warwolf by Hermann Lons A student in a class in Idaho asked me about this book, several years ago, and I had to admit I’d never heard of it. He told me he’d read it, but it was hard to find on Amazon at a reasonable price, so he wanted to send me a […]

16 Jun 19
Chronicles of a British Book Nerd

It’s June! In New York it’s starting to get swelteringly hot on the subways and summer cycle of thick, humid days punctuated by thunderstorms has begun. Maybe you’re reading this from New York too, or perhaps from the gorgeous dryer heat o los Angeles, or the dappled gray sunshine of London, or somewhere else completely. […]

16 Jun 19
BetteroffwithTrump

We see in the news and even in sports the rich and famous getting a shout out on Father’s Day.  I dedicate this blog to my father.  He wasn’t rich or famous but was the father of four and a husband to one wife.  He held the same job for thirty years and always provided […]

16 Jun 19
an English guy in Berlin

As I have previously written, within Berlin and Germany more generally the housing situation is becoming increasingly desperate and for many people an existential issue. Warnings are regularly in the media showing that the risk of incurring debt through high rents and additional monthly fees is increasing and recently even the Federal President has chimed […]

16 Jun 19
The Circus Is Here

We were three stair-steps growing up, cousins each a year apart, Gina-Carol-Carla. There were a lot of cousins — thirty-two on my mom’s side — but we were special somehow. Close enough in age and without major personality conflicts, I think. Our mothers mostly indulged us; cousins were safe friends. Sometimes we were all together, […]

16 Jun 19
Strebfest Promotions

              DRIVER POINTS: 9 Ronnie Cox** 373 98 98 94 83 7S Michael Streby 349 76 92 92 89 19 Kevin White* 330 86 81 72 91 62 Chuck Knudson 300 76 73 79 72 91 Matt Streby 298 76 75 71 76 31 Cody Funden 267 77 64 […]

16 Jun 19
Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy

About the Book Book: Love’s Truest Hope Author: Laura V. Hilton, Rachel J. Good, Mary Alford Genre: Christian Fiction, Amish Release date: May 28, 2019   Mission of Love blurb A nontraditional Amish man called to minister to the inner-city youth. An overwhelmed Amish woman terrified of the idea. When lies and manipulators threaten to destroy her life, she’s […]

16 Jun 19
A Life Unplanned

22:38 One hour and thirty two minutes until 1st January 2019 and I am sitting – no lying – alone in my flat. If this had been the scenario two or three years ago I would have been devastated but right now I feel content. Light and liberated. The sound of the family’s laughter upstairs […]