Wish Pearl

25 Apr 19
PEARLS, PASTA & PUSH-UPS

I have two children. Both are girls, however the differences between them are undeniable. With my first born, Lola, I could take her and shop for hours on end and she stayed in tow, cake pop in hand, like a champ. She had her first 7 hour plane ride at just 4 1/2 months and […]

25 Apr 19
Mommin' in the Real World

*Affiliate links disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. This means if you purchase an item from Amazon through a link on my website I receive compensation at no extra cost to you. It’s that time of year again, Mother’s Day will soon be here.  This year Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, […]

25 Apr 19
Mother of Pearl

It’s no secret that the world of parenthood is over commercialized. From the moment you find out you’re pregnant to delivering and parenting your baby, you’re constantly bombarded with the latest and newest products that claim to be the best for your child and make your life easier. Don’t get me wrong, I am definitely […]

25 Apr 19
Vridar

Nathan recently chastised me: Why the double standard, Neil? Barely a month ago you were empathizing with the Japanese by laying blame on the U.S. for Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, noting that “the U.S. had just cut off 80% of Japan’s oil supply so [Japan] was obviously faced with a situation of complete capitulation […]

25 Apr 19
indiarubberman.com

25 April 2019 So what was the emerging picture? It reveals so far that a group of young men, with independent financial backing staged this series of attacks many of which did not cause quite the intended damage they aught to. Sri Lanka is on the process of promising a clean up, and the President […]

24 Apr 19
Girl On The Move

My village has a resort. I repeat, my village has a resort. Shouting for the back benchers to hear this loud and clear cause probably we the last in this universe to have one. Or are we? Named after Kiama river, The Kiama River Resort is 30 minutes away from Thika-Gatanga road. Situated in Murang’a […]

25 Apr 19
The Australian

Scott Morrison has used his first Anzac address as Prime Minister to pay tribute to those servicemen who had lost their lives fighting for Australia in Iraq and Afghanistan.

24 Apr 19
John Menadue - Pearls and Irritations

The relationship between John Howard and former AFP Commissioner, Mick Keelty, put the AFP in a bad place from which it has not recovered. The solution is a full blown inquiry followed by reform, a change of culture and better leadership. There is a case for dismantling Border Force.              […]

24 Apr 19
How Are You Still Single?

This is the story of my very first Tinder date.  I had been on online dates before but hadn’t tried Tinder yet because of its reputation for being more of a hook up site. (And I’m a lady, duh.) Of course after, oh I don’t know, three dates? I grew tired of Plenty of Fish […]

24 Apr 19
https://mercedes-benz-worldzz.blogspot.com/

Presently working 32 resorts in the Center East and Africa, the Group has an extensive expansion strategy in place, with forty inns in the pipeline. This supposedly center executive car is now not refined as what a center executive car ought to have been. I had always wanted to find a comparable automobile and right […]

24 Apr 19
Tasha Brynn

Yesterday was my birthday. At my age, birthdays aren’t the exciting milestones they used to be. The only thing I have to look forward to is getting the Senior Citizen discount at Denny’s. Yes, I’d just as soon not be reminded that I’m another year closer to the grave. However, yesterday was a good day. […]

24 Apr 19
Radio Free

Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair Japan’s 85 year-old Emperor Akihito is tired. The popular and charismatic king says he will retire at the end of this month, becoming the first Japanese Emperor in history to voluntarily step down from the Imperial throne. Indeed, the weight of his monarchy is heavy, weighed by the 2,600 year […]

24 Apr 19

  The Man Who Fell From Grace has a name, but it’s not important. What’s important is the “Only God Can Judge Me” tattoo on his ribs with praying hands and rosary he referenced whenever he erred. What’s important is the way he laughed when he lost hand after hand after hand at Texas Hold […]

24 Apr 19
Summer of Sexiness

I started and stopped writing this post numerous times because some of the autobiographical details were derailing my momentum. But, after much thought, I realized that they weren’t relevant to the story I wanted to tell. Suffice it to say, for various reasons, I had been feeling a bit off for about a week or […]