Walking

16 Jul 19
My new blog 2074

To choose your favorites in each classification, head over to the PCA site as well as examine out the PCA complete checklist of nominees. While your there choose among the Fave Film, TV and also Music Fan Adhering to categories and Fave New TELEVISION Funny and Dramatization classifications. The 2013 People's Choice Honors broadcasts at […]

16 Jul 19
Iesha Smythe

This is my first post…something about Japan…travelling

16 Jul 19
Coffee&Emmanuel

Yesterday’s preach/talk was life-moving and so relatable. Lahat ng lines from the talk ay pasok with my life and I would like to share them here hoping na it’ll change someone’s life as well. The series for this month is about burn-out and feeling ko in all aspect in life I am experiencing serious burn-outs. […]

16 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

The residents of Burnaby were warned after a man allegedly grabbed and followed a woman who was walking alone along a path in Burnaby Mountain. According to Burnaby RCMP, the 19-year-old woman was walking along a path near University Drive and West Campus Road at SFU towards Burnaby Mountain Park. READ MORE: The surveillance videos […]

16 Jul 19
A journey back to Eden

Psalms 103:11-14 For as the heavens are high above the earth, So great is His mercy toward those who fear Him; As far as the east is from the west, So far has He removed our transgressions from us. As a father pities his children, So the LORD pities those who fear Him. For He […]

16 Jul 19
K Morris - Poet

Interview questions for Gabriela I am honoured to post the below interview with Gabriela M, a writer I greatly admire, and I’m extremely grateful to Gabriela for her kind words regarding my own work. You can find Gabriela M online here, https://shortprose.blog/. 1. What is the first book you remember having read? Kevin, before I […]

16 Jul 19
topsinlex

Did you miss the Kentucky Derby? Do not worry. You can live your dreams of mint juleps and big hats across the street in Lexington, KY, which is very much less crowded and far greener than the big sister town in Louisville, just where the Derby happens. Here is how one can live their horse-betting […]

16 Jul 19
The Penny Mint

She will bite her tongue
As hard as she trusts
For as long as she must

16 Jul 19
My new blog 2074

With the food from the city going out, I was wise sufficient to collect food from the lands and also live off them. Now back to provide. It's been a couple of months and I'm still below. I'm still active. Day-to-day that I live I praise myself for being so outstanding! Zombies? Hah! I'm unyielding! […]

16 Jul 19
Heather Loweena

So I’ve been back in the UK for around a month now and came back with a bang or more of a crash. I felt disconnected from people and places that seemed so familiar but I quickly shipped myself off again for work. This meant I haven’t allocated much time to piece back together the […]

16 Jul 19
The PhD Runner

Good morning and Happy Tuesday, I’m so pleased it’s not Monday. Yesterday, when I spotted a single magpie during my walk to the train station, I should have gone back to bed. Hopefully, my new job will start to improve ASAP. Anyway, enough moaning and groaning and back to the point of this blog; my […]

16 Jul 19
Musicalmemoirs's Blog

By Dee Dee McNeil/Jazz Journalist JULY 16, 2019 Music expands boundaries & enlightens our consciousness. More And more, artistic people are using their art and music to speak out against injustices and to use their art forms to unite us. Jazz has been scientifically proven to affect the type of brain waves we produce, both […]

16 Jul 19
The Berlin Kiddo

To all the fellow losers, with love.