Ticket To Heaven

22 Feb 19
Unremarkable Miracles

“Purgatory wasn’t hot, hot. It was kind of like an over heated steam bath filled with fat guys wrapped in big towels and we would all be chained to the wall, sweating…with a Baby Ruth or a Snickers placed just out of reach to torment us.”

22 Feb 19
hislittlestwork

DRUGGED MALIGNED CRUCIFIED BEHEADED DISEMBOWELED NOW CONSUMMATE RELIEF THE SAINT IN HEAVEN

22 Feb 19
Lil Niki, Big World

I’ll start this off with an apology for my tardiness. I got back to campus Sunday evening and school just like decided to be a thing this week and what a freaking beast it was. But nonetheless, I’ve also been anxiously waiting for a break to be able to sit down and finally write about […]

22 Feb 19
Gina Madigean - Blog

Cologne in the day Cologne is famous for its brewhouse culture. (Photograph: yotily/Shutterstock) Yes, the landmark of the Rhine city might be the Cologne Cathedral, but Cologne has so much more to offer. For instance, a trip to the Heinzelmännchen fountain, the city hall, or the Melaten cemetery is highly recommended. The last covers an […]

22 Feb 19
Flipside

Monday, 13 April 2015 Dubious Dublious. After thirty years of his life, a scholar asked his devout teacher to edify an epitomized principle, as a code for his life. The mentor told him to refrain from acting like the God or a Prophet. The astonished student asked his mentor that how come after spending almost […]

22 Feb 19
Are We Still Having Spaghetti For Dinner?

I am watching my father care for my mother as her AD enters the late stages… Sometimes she didn’t recognize him, but lately she knows him again without question. He’s the only one she consistently recognizes. She lights up when he enters the room…My father does not deal well with any of it. He has […]

22 Feb 19
Kerin Levesque

Cologne in the day Cologne is famous for its brewhouse culture. (Photograph: yotily/Shutterstock) Yes, the landmark of the Rhine city might be the Cologne Cathedral, but Cologne has so much more to offer. For instance, a trip to the Heinzelmännchen fountain, the city hall, or the Melaten cemetery is highly recommended. The last covers an […]

22 Feb 19
The Great Escape

February 3 We left Geneva behind and were on our way to the Swiss city of Lucerne (or Luzern as it is spelled and pronounced by the Swiss) and the scenery en route was simply extraordinary offering endless views of mountains and lush evergreen forests. It seems there is no such thing as a bad […]

22 Feb 19

Welcome to the conclusion of Westlawn’s coverage of the 2019 Academy Awards, where I break down what I call “The Big 8” categories- Best Picture, Best Director, the acting, and the screenplay categories. In part 1, I went through the screenplay categories, where I had The Favourite edging out Roma for Best Original Screenplay and […]

22 Feb 19
Adam is Nice

This is part 2 of my trip to Portugal. If you read this before part 1, you’re the type of person who reads Wikipedia summaries of movies before watching them. If that’s your thing, suit yourself. If not, go ahead and read part 1 first like a normal person. “The best thing about Lisbon is […]

22 Feb 19
Spin Media!

This is not an easy story to write. That’s probably why it hasn’t been told. Any author attempting to do so faces extremely strong opinions from motor racing devotees that are polarized and at war.

22 Feb 19
ladygilbert

As soon as I seen that Sarah Jakes Roberts was going to be in ATL and the tickets were on sale, I hopped on it. I didn’t care at the time who could go with me, I just knew I was going. I invited those that I thought would enjoy it. I had a group […]

22 Feb 19
88to98

Original post here http://www.ralphlawson.co.uk/blog/category/basics-20?currentPage=4he Music Factory Years 91-94 part one by ralphlawson Marshall Jefferson presents Truth – Open Your Eyes I decided to start this series of mixes celebrating 20 years of Back to Basics with the first ever record played at the club – Marshall Jefferson presents Truth – ‘Open Your Eyes’. Why did I chose […]

22 Feb 19
Malvern Mashal

You will be aware of the the intense scrutiny the Catholic Church is under at the moment over the matter of clerical abuse. Praise God for every long overdue and positive forward step that is being taken in that direction. With all that is going on (or not going on!) with the Brexit negotiations, you […]

22 Feb 19

Sabah Mohammed is an independent young woman who moved to Dubai from India to pursue her profession. She is a healthcare architect – yes, she designs hospitals for a living. But there’s more to her story. She is hell-bent on living a life that is worth every breath she takes. Sabah was born into a non […]