Wheel Horse

18 Dec 18
kraftireader

  A Very Lucky Christmas written by Lilac Mills, publisher Canelo, is available NOW in ebook format.  The ebook is currently at a fabulous price of 99p. To buy link: https://amzn.to/2SPPqeK Product Details Things can’t get worse for Daisy Jones… can they? Christmas is meant to be the happiest time of year so why is […]

18 Dec 18
Missy Talbot's Incredibly Ordinary Blog

I didn’t know much about Berlin when I stepped off the train and found myself in Alexanderplatz in downtown Berlin, or as much of a downtown as Berlin had. It was dark when I arrived and the city was a flood of lights. My phone had no data so I would need to find someplace […]

18 Dec 18
ROBYNWHALE

I’m thinking of a title to best describe my first experience of Myanmar. Buddhist temples and hot air balloons were the original catalysts in mind, urging me to visit this ancient country. And before I knew it I found myself there. Inhaling the warm, dusty air and feeling a little like I was back in […]

18 Dec 18
Sound Books

International Christmas Celebrations (GAME)Which country celebrates Christmas with a horse skull? We’ll find out when we try to identify where these international Christmas celebrations originate!  GMM #1446   Watch today’s GMMore: https://youtu.be/N333l9Rj4Xg Want more GMM? Watch this season from the start: http://bit.ly/GMM_S14 Pick up official GMM and Mythical merch at https://mythical.store and https://www.amazon.com/mythical Don’t miss our weekly podcast, […]

18 Dec 18
HULL ECHO

Carson McHONE comes to Hull’s Aldephi February 2019. Years before Rolling Stone was praising Carson McHone’s rule-breaking roots music, the Austin, Texas native played weeknights in local bars like The White Horse, keeping dancers dancing and drinkers drinking. With her 21st birthday still in the distance, McHone entertained late-night crowds bearing witness to the good times and […]

18 Dec 18
Cosmic Caravan.

It happened in the midst of a kohl-black night. Fairbanks paced in a momentum that resembled the pace of an alert guard dog. His traverse was anxious, honeyed with circumspect that would have been visible hadn’t the extremity of the night reduced the intensity of his gaze to a mere twinkle; almost like the wink […]

18 Dec 18
BLOGGING TITTLE TATTLE

This story was told to me by an old man and this was part of his store of memories, so when it happened I do not know, but I guess about the turn of the  last century. I don’t imagine he witnessed this happening, and as is my wont, I have turned an anecdote into […]

18 Dec 18
The Vision of the Pension Playpen

In almost every conversation I have had about the purpose of a pension dashboard, up comes the word “engagement”. Engagement has become the horse to the savings cart, “you can’t expect people to save more unless you’ve engaged them with their savings” is the usual cry of the dashboard-istas. But all the evidence is that […]

18 Dec 18
Inceptive Mind

In the modern world, people do not use the watch only to check time rather they flaunt with their watch. Because watch has become a status symbol and signal to power and authority. In this scenario, selecting a unique design is far important. AISION, a company believes that the beauty exists in the smallest of […]

13 Dec 18
OsloLux

Planning on spending the holidays in Oslo? Check out our guide for best Christmas activities and what you need to know.

18 Dec 18
Takuto Domeki

For this piece, I focused on Bodhi Day (Buddhist), Dia de Los Reyes(Christian), and Maghi(Sikh) as the inspiration for AP 11. I wanted to try and incorporate all these symbols into one cohesive image. So the wheel symbol of Bodhi is depicted as the sun, the ocean, similar to the waters observed during Maghi called […]

18 Dec 18
One Woman, One Camera, A Million Stories

Some 17 months ago, I was first introduced to the wild horses of Missouri in a photography workshop.  They were beautiful and majestic and yes, wild with their tangled manes and their penchant for retreating into the woods. I became instantly and totally enamored with these beautiful beasts.  But there is more, having irresponsibly (as […]

18 Dec 18

Joe's Undergrad Research

Abstract The streets of Philadelphia are owned by pedestrians which can be attributed to a lasting legacy of physical barriers from constant and ongoing infrastructure repair, that lead to psychological barriers in the long-term social and cultural behaviour of a population.  The staggering of traffic lights on Broad Street is just one way that pedestrians […]

18 Dec 18
Brighton and Beyond

Bidding the Wairarapa farewell, and ready for the next adventure, we made our way back over the Rimutakas towards the Kapiti Coast, which is on the south west side of the North Island. We broke our journey up with a stop over in Paraparaumu, home to fantastic views of Kapiti Island, and apparently some cracking […]

18 Dec 18
The Spikeston Family

If you ask J R what this year was all about, he says: “Got married and moved. That’s the overview. Everything else revolves around that. We are surviving.” That little synopsis packs in many stories, worries, and joys. We got married on July 4th of this year. And at the time, neither of us had […]