Tub Chairs

20 Jun 19
Lou in the Wild

So I’ve spent about 2 weeks in France over the past month. Here is a glimpse into each region: Cean This was sort of a stopover point. Post 16-hour ferry, pre wine country. Initially, our 48 hour itinerary consisted of a day trip to the northern beaches of Normandy, the Bayeux tapestry and extensive history […]

20 Jun 19
Luxe Nails & Spa

You have been repeatedly going to a salon for pedicure and manicure, but have you ever considered yourself the relevance of quality salons? Have you ever considered what a proper salon should be? The answer may be yes or it may be no. Whatever the answers, some things should be considered after entering the nail […]

20 Jun 19
Frequent Miler

They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression. At least, I always believed that long-standing maxim…before my stay at Domes of Elounda last week. The truth is, on arrival, I thought it seemed really nice…but not amazing. In fact, knowing that Greg had been disappointed about needing to cancel his […]

05 Jul 16
Dance Travel News

Two Weeks in Sicily: A How-To Guide for Do-It-Yourselfers for Crowdsourcing the Ideal Itinerary or How I Found the Swing Dance Community in Sicily

20 Jun 19
SillyMoo

I could scoff a Mozzarella pizza for dinner and a Victoria sponge cake for pud not forgetting a tub of ice cream for breakfast making me put on three stone it would! There’s multiple packs of energy drinks and other things equally fizzy but too much of that would make me ill, lightheaded, fuzzy and […]

20 Jun 19
What I Watched - TV With Theresa

What I Watched Today (rambling, random thoughts & annoyingly detailed recaps from real time TV watching)   General Hospital Laura asks Doc if Finn gave any details, but Doc says Finn just told him it was important they meet. If it’s about his involvement in Ryan’s kidney donation, he wants her to promise to leave […]

20 Jun 19
A Random Harvest

Well, my lovely friends, it’s been exactly four months since I last posted!  Not that I didn’t work on a few drafts in that time, but things kept morphing and I didn’t want to be handing out ‘fake news’ lol. But now I have some ‘real’ news for you . . . so grab a […]

20 Jun 19
ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย2

ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย : ขอบคุณแหล่งข้อมูล : หนังสือพิมพ์ The Nation http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/asean-plus/30371392 x AEC Feed ASEAN+ June 20, 2019 01:00 By Asia News Network Sharp, LG to relocate factories to Indonesia Japanese and South Korean electronics companies Sharp Corp and LG plan to relocate their factories from Thailand and Vietnam, respectively, to Indonesia as part of their investment consolidation […]

20 Jun 19
Brown Mums

As promised, here are some play ideas for bubs over five months:). We had countless hours of fun with the below activities. They are great and they don’t cost a lot, or require too much time to prepare. I hope you find them useful! 5th  Month Out of Reach: tie a favourite toy with a […]

19 Jun 19
Superior adventures await year round in Lutsen, MN!

We’re soooo close to officially diving in to our long-awaited Minnesota summer season complete with sun rays, cool shades, outdoor games, lush hiking trails, extended daylight, bonfire nightlife, family fun, BFF adventures, lounge-chair olympics, poolside sippers, picnic fare, s’mores, and most of all … more time to make those MN memories!

19 Jun 19
STORIES BY XPANTHER

Feature Writer: hhb27 / Feature Title: Demon Rain / Story Codes: Erotic Horror, Supernatural / Synopsis: Angel is taken and made his slave / Demon Rain The cold November rain pounded off my flesh like a million needles piercing my skin as I ran through the dark streets fleeing the terrible fate that threatened to […]

19 Jun 19

I think I am going to take about a month to seek the peace and asylum of a monastery. It is because the last remnants of my serenity have been destroyed. I am suffering from uncontrollable body twitches brought about by sheer panic, (with a sprinkling of cowardice). The source of this new stress in […]

19 Jun 19
CLARISSA x FOOD

Found on Loseby Lane, The Pantry focuses on homemade plant-based food. Founder Arti, studied fashion in Manchester, but left the fashion world after not enjoying her job at the time as much as she had hoped. Moving back to Leicester, she felt that there weren’t many vegetarian and vegan places around (although there are a […]

19 Jun 19
Dumpster Fires

It’s not sweet. It’s not even a suite. It’s a grimy two bedroom apartment that smells like trash on our floor. And our life is just like a British apartment: a flat. The correct title of this post is actually “The Absolutely Disastrous Apartment Life of Dumpster Fires & Cappuccino”, but one, it has three […]

19 Jun 19
Gestational Rage

Fear of pelvic floor damage during birth is reasonable, especially given the existence of Mother’s Day cards like this: Prevention of pelvic floor damage is a worthwhile topic out of the scope of this post. Most care providers have their bag of tricks they use (evidence-based or not) that they believe will reduce tearing and […]

19 Jun 19
Traveling with a Baby

Going to Elk River for Brian’s birthday has become somewhat of a tradition. Fortunately, BB&T gives employees their birthdays off, and June is a wonderful time of year to go anyway. The weather is nice and cool, and the mountain community is most active in the summer. “Day Out with Thomas” (a special event at […]