shattered-earth: post-anarqiste: shattered-earth: post-anarqiste: shattered-earth: post-anarqiste: shattered-earth: After many hours of research. I present to you what I believe to be the growth and maturation of the angry potato!! That fat tiger cub has a name and I believe it is Topan! (He has a brother named Jaya and a sister named Kasarna and they […]
To continue my exploration in Coventry, I found another book shop that also caught my attention. Located in Fargo Village, The Big Comfy Bookshop is literally what its name says; a big comfy book shop with a cafe, lots of chairs, tables and couches. It’s that kind of place that not only you would want […]
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Sweet, sweet day it was. All the way from the sidewalk up to my flower beds the lawn was so green. From my Adirondack chair I was enjoying it. I wanted to get out of the chair and roll in the grass, no not just roll I wanted to plunge my face down in the […]
I didn’t have a chance, really. When my mother was pregnant with me, she, along with the majority of the nation, watched a grainy white bronco speed across Interstate 405 in the now infamous OJ Simpson chase. My own interest in whodunits started young. As a kid, I’d creep downstairs and sneak-watch Law and Order […]
people who exercise regularly are much more tolerant of foods with a high glycemic index than are people who rarely exercise (22).Young people must meet the combined energy needs of growth, exercise, and tissue maintenance and so will have a higher requirement for calories per unit of body weight (and therefore carbohydrate) than will adult […]
I know. I haven’t been consistent in posting lately. I think because life hasn’t been consistent lately. The spring brought visitors and nicer weather so there’s been more to do. I need to do a quick post on our first Easter in Scotland though so that memories of it don’t fade – as they’ve already […]
The rising sun catches the wings of a seagull as it flies along the street at the level of the roof tops. It is not lost having been blown inland: Totnes lies at the tidal reaches of the Dart river, which joins the sea at Dartmouth, some twelve miles south of here. Locals here will […]
One of my friends recently asked, “Do you work Monday through Friday in the summer?” Ummm….Yes. Teacher. I won’t lie, I’m having job envy. What was I thinking when I picked social work? Dumb move. In case you ever wondered what I was thinking. No one ever knows what social workers do. Yes, […]
May 26 (Ephesians 4:29) Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them. (NLT) God spoke the physical universe into existence, and we were created in His image. It stands to reason, then, that human speech shares in that creative power. It is true that […]
Pink and Say is about two soldiers from the Civil War. Pink finds Say dying after fighting in the war. He takes him into Moe Moe Bay’s house, where she takes care of Say’s health. When they are ready to go out and fight again, marauders come looking for food. Moe Moe Bay helps protect […]
Shantallow Cara Martin Published by: Cormorant Books Publication date: May 26th 2019 Genres: Horror, Young Adult Tanvi isn’t the girl of Misha’s dreams; she’s the girl from his nightmares. She has appeared in his chilling dreams before he even meets her; when he DOES meet her, he falls for her. Their relationship turns stormy, bordering […]
“Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.” Hebrews 13:2 (KJV) Angels, those wonderful spiritual beings who perform God’s will, appear everywhere in the Bible. Sometimes these angels have taken human form. So if it was possible for angels to walk among us then wouldn’t it seem fair to assume that […]