Wheel Horse

23 Feb 19
lost bikes & runaway horses

Didn’t expect to see so many Catholic prayer books, but no bibles. There’s my Raggedy Ann, 🙂 Small tokens, eyeglasses, my dad’s wool hat, I made that carved plaster for an art project as a freshman in high school. I was drawing a lot of filigree at the time. Well, look at this. My second […]

23 Feb 19
lost bikes & runaway horses

My mom spent a summer backpacking all over Europe by herself when she was in her mid twenties, a highlight accomplishment of her life. A common topic as I was growing up, she plastered maps over every square inch of the bathroom. I used to spend my time in there looking for the oddest sounding […]

23 Feb 19
The Great Disney Movie Ride

The day has finally come!  We’re back to single story narratives!  It’s been a long hard road for the studio, but things are finally starting to turn around.  So hop into your pumpkin carriage and let’s examine Disney’s own rags to riches story.  And I’m only kind of talking about Cinderella. Disclaimer: This blog is […]

22 Feb 19
A year of firsts

The word blacksmith has an olde worlde feel to it, evocative of a time gone past when anything you wanted had to be forged through blood, sweat and ingenuity. It calls to mind the image of a heavy-set man, covered in soot, hunched over an anvil with a hammer raised high, ready to strike at […]

22 Feb 19
Piddlin' Around

David and I are back in Florida! After spending several weeks in Richmond where we visited dear friends and completed all our annual physicals. (We both got good reports!) On our leisurely trip back down to Florida, we visited with more family and friends. Once in Florida, we picked up our “home on wheels” after […]

22 Feb 19
Tootlepedal's Blog

Today’s guest picture was sent to me by our friend Gavin.  Last week when we were enjoying wet and grey conditions here, he was over on the east coast basking in the sun on Tynemouth beach, a mere 80 miles away.   But it was chilly there too in the brisk wind in spite of the […]

22 Feb 19
Anthony’s Wrestling Blog

NXT started off life as a really REALLY shitty reality competition show but eventually morphed into the stomping ground for the company’s younger stars which shows that you can make chicken salad out of chicken shit…actually if you made chicken shit into a salad then it would just be a “chicken shit salad”, there still […]

22 Feb 19
Axl Keenan's Wrestling Blog

NXT started off life as a really REALLY shitty reality competition show but eventually morphed into the stomping ground for the company’s younger stars which shows that you can make chicken salad out of chicken shit…actually if you made chicken shit into a salad then it would just be a “chicken shit salad”, there still […]

22 Feb 19
The Fan Voted Chart

DISCLAIMER: These are only the results.  I only share these with everyone so they can see how the voting went and how many points each song is earning.  The chart will be revealed Sunday.  You can see the Hit 100 here or the entire chart here. PLEASE READ: The results each week determine how many […]

22 Feb 19
Site Title

“There are two roads to go down. Going to the left and we have Dexter Schmidt, the current General Manager of EMERGE, interred by Katya Drachewych in SCW. A noted critic of the way the company had been handled under the Vanilla Skyy regime, Dexter has vowed to make things better. And, on his first […]

22 Feb 19
Painting Glory

Recently one of my readers requested I write a blog about how green grass is painted with watercolors. I am glad people are reading all around the world, and I’m happy to share a little about this specific subject matter! Thank you to the woman who requested this instruction. Two old computers have died on […]

22 Feb 19
Big World Little Adventure

Even if you don’t currently have the means to travel around the world to tropical beaches where you can sip rum drinks out of coconuts and ride horses to fancy wine and cheese picnics on uninhabited wind-swept cliffs overlooking the sea and swim with dolphins in clear blue waters rife with sunken treasure, you can […]

22 Feb 19
David, Janet and Toby's Adventures

Today we are moving onto the Scottish Borders where we shall spend 3 more days in Scotland. At 7.00 this morning there was a very pretty sunrise with the promise of a good day. We packed up the cottage once again and Dave loaded the car. Then we set off on our way south heading […]

22 Feb 19
The Gaming Musings of a Mad GM

Fiss: [elf mode!]
Doc: [human mode]
I play fantasy RPGs so I can imagine what it’s like to be human
P.P. A.: [dwarf mode]
I play fantasy RPGs so I can imagine what it’s like to be short
Ken (GM): [GM mode]
I play fantasy RPGs so i can imagine what its like to be a masochist

22 Feb 19
Chamlasa Greens

At Hampi, the stone chariot located in the Vittala Temple Complex is a shrine built in the form of temple chariot. An image of Garuda was originally enshrined within its sanctum. Garuda, according to the Hindu mythology, is the vehicle of lord Vishnu. The chariot built with many giant granite blocks. The joints of the […]