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16 Dec 18
bliss amid madness

I have believed in and worked on the art of manifestation and law of attraction for a long time but little did I realise that my subconscious thoughts, wishes and hopes for birth were coming to fruition this time around and mostly unintentionally. We were accidentally told that the baby I was growing was in […]

16 Dec 18
J&K: Tales and Trails

J&K Hey there family and friends. It’s been a while! We’ve been sitting on this blog post for a while for a few reasons. We thought about writing two separate posts, writing the post together, putting it off completely, and more than anything, felt like we needed time to think about how best to convey […]

16 Dec 18
Fabulous Fabsters

Who? Cecilie Telle What? Designer/Maker and Super Educator of all things creative Where? CecilieTelle.com  — Handmade felted wool accessories Why? Celebrating human connection through the hand made Cecilie Telle’s Ball and Bucket Bags, hand made with her signature felted wool, are like “it” bags for the cognoscenti of the crafting world. Lovely to touch, easy to […]

16 Dec 18
toolateplease

TRUE! –nervous –very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses –not destroyed –not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute. I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I heard many things in […]

16 Dec 18
The Progress and Inclination of Sil

[Originally Posted Monday, December 3, 2007 by me on my blog that no longer exists. I have never had a place I can post whatever I want, I just realized I can post this here and hopefully it will save at least one innocent child and their family. It is long but please read it […]

16 Dec 18
for i have loved the stars too fondly

i’m an extremely sentimental (wild corny?) person. places have special meaning to me, and they’re almost as special to me as the people who help define them. i started writing a really long, detailed, chronologically-correct, rambling love letter to madison, but it became unwieldy and cloyingly maudlin, so i cut a bunch of stuff out […]

16 Dec 18
The best blog 3435

Establish a Little Garden on Your OwnA garden at the front yard or the back space of your home is a must. If you opt for a big and a professional one, then you have to pay a high cost. Individuals who are not ready to pay it, can develop the garden on their own. […]

15 Dec 18
Muse Urania's Library

Feeling  an odd mix of happy and sad after a wonderful  night with   Marcus,  Samantha busied herself  putting up decorations for  Winterfest, hoping the cheery lights and décor would  raise her spirits. Even if not, she wanted this to be a good day for Timmy, so he would remember the  excitement and happiness, no […]

15 Dec 18
Blessed by Adventure

There comes a point every year for me, usually when the temperature drops, that I start reminiscing on the nice, warm days.  The good ole times when we’d be at the pool or the lake, or even on a beach vacation. But right now I’m bundled up, two lattes deep, listening to Christmas music counting […]

15 Dec 18
RobBrittonTheTraveler's Blog

On Sunday, December 2, I flew back to Europe for the last teaching trip of the year, flying to Frankfurt via Charlotte. On the Metro to the airport, I had the first T-t-S of the trip, with Joan and Michael Cunningham from Chicago.  They were in Virginia to watch their daughter, a senior at WashU […]

15 Dec 18
MeltedEpiphanies

Chapter V: Dawn breaks through the windows of my small apartment building. My eyes flutter awake, pointing towards the ceiling of my living room. I push myself up to a seated position, wincing as my bicep still burns from the bullet wound. An open first-aid kit sits on the coffee table beside me. Standing up, […]

15 Dec 18
Indlulamithi

Six months of planning and dreaming. Three people and their families, 3 cars. It is an ambitious trip. a country 2/3rds the size of South Africa with only 2million people and 2 weeks. I have packed and planned, hasty last minute adjustments to Gypsy. Tent arrived from factory with barely a few days to check […]

15 Dec 18
DIY Home & Garden

During the winter months, it can be easy to neglect your garden somewhat since you’re not going to be in it that much, so it really doesn’t take priority that often. Whether it’s fixing that rain gutter or mowing the lawn, f you’re thinking of how to get your garden ready for spring, then now […]

15 Dec 18
freshlogy

I’m a collector of his words, which is to say that I’m a writer, and on the day I call in that noise complaint and cement my identity as terrible neighbor, I’m in the dead middle of my thesis year at MFA school and I’m writing, or trying to write, about Hank and his alcoholism. […]

15 Dec 18
My superb blog 9487

Develop a Small Garden on Your OwnA garden at the front backyard or the back space of your house is a must. If you choose a huge and an expert one, then you need to pay a high expense. People who are not all set to pay it, can establish the garden on their own. […]

14 Dec 18
The Grumpy Old Fart Customer

As I had written in a previous post, I recently visited one of the membership-only, retail warehouse shopping clubs.  After a harrowing experience with the club gas station (as previously written), I entered the warehouse and suddenly remembered why I despise retail.  This place truly is a warehouse, with all the warmth of a military […]

14 Dec 18
Unofficial Networks

Image by Michael Holler It’s no longer a secret. Skiing in Japan is profound but so is skiing in the United States. That said, there are some definite differences in culture, terrain, and snow. Here are six differences between skiing in Japan and skiing in the United States. “Experiencing differences is crucial to the human condition. Especially […]