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The secret of peace...

There were two houses standing next to each other. In one of them resided a very unhappy family. The spouses yelled at each other, they fought and quarreled all the time. The other was a place of happiness and calm.During one of the fights a wife ask...
by USHA SRIKUMAR'S MUSINGS... on Dec 15, 2016

Eating out at Handmade Burger Co. at Grand Central, Birmingham

We love eating out as a family, visiting new restaurants and trying out new meals so when Handmade Burger Co. at Grand Central in Birmingham got in touch, I couldn’t type “Yes please” quick enough. I had eaten there a few months bac...
by Life According to MrsShilts on Jul 21, 2016

Prohibiting Marijuana is Illogical

I’ll start this off with a disclaimer. No, I am not here to raise the pothead flag and be an activist about the stoner subculture. I am merely vocalizing my take on the biases of this topic. My stand on it goes deeper than its legalization for...
by Like Seriouzly on Jun 16, 2016

Happy Mother's Day, Papa... :)

In the life of many creative persons we often notice success and failure oscillating between light and darkness with occasional clashes. Through a torturous journey, many reach their desired destination. Yet, if these clashes and struggles become tou...
by Deck and Dine on May 8, 2016

HAPPY MOTHER's DAY Maa... :)

Mother-in-law, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of her? The saree-clad, battle-axe? The nightmare that all the young daughter in laws fear? Yes, thanks to the daily soaps and the age-old beliefs, for every girl, the mot...
by Deck and Dine on May 7, 2016

Food For the Body and Soul

In the west, we are often fed stories of racial tensions that cripple the south, so I was a bit leery about traveling to such hostile territory by myself. But I have encountered no hostility, no resentment, no reserve. In fact, everyone has treated m...
by Bertram's Blog on Apr 24, 2016

Drone footage of migrants stuck near Macedonian borde

Hope springs eternal. It is what keeps young men like Muzahmen al-Turki trekking to these muddy parts. It is what keeps young women like Aysla, with her children in tow, behind him. It is the force that propels them – like almost every refugee –...

Shoot Me If I EVER Care

-I was listening to the "Is it Time to Make Up with Merlot?" episode of America's Test Kitchen last weekend, during which Chris Kimball interviewed, wine expert, Stephen Meuse.  At one point, Meuse made the statement, "...once people c...
by On My Plate on Feb 29, 2016

The Ultimate Reason to be Happy

I was browsing through my Newsfeeds a while back and I came across a post by Berlin Art Parasites. (You guys should follow them by the way. You’ll find them to be a great read, not to mention captivating with the art they feature.) Anyway, the...
by Like Seriouzly on Feb 18, 2016

Wishing you a very happy New Year

Design Stories lives in Greece, and we would like to send you our best wishes for a happy, healthy and productive New Year with the scenes of Acropolis in fireworks. Enjoy The post Wishing you a very happy New Year appeared first on My Design Stories...

Why the Face of Cebu Should Be Inked

Miss Cebu 2016 is coming up and my thoughts about it are recurring. (I have no idea why I’ve never written anything about it yet.) To start, I have nothing against pageants but I have always wondered why this local pageant holds that distinct W...
by Like Seriouzly on Dec 27, 2015

And so this is Christmas

The European migrant crisis or European refugee crisis began in 2015, when a rising number of refugees and migrants began to make the journey to the European Union to seek asylum, travelling across the Mediterranean Sea, or through Southeast Europe.
by Design Stories Social Network on Dec 26, 2015

Café Opens Its Doors Every Night for Stray Dogs to Have a Warm Place to Sleep

Many cafés in Greece aren’t closing their doors after customers leave. Instead, they’re leaving them open so stray dogs can have a warm place to sleep. One Mytilene, Lesbos-based eatery called Hot Spot is allowing strays to use their sof...
by Design Stories Social Network on Dec 23, 2015

Live the full catastrophe with open arms and soft heart

A few wise words from an amazing woman I knew that have made my holiday season (and life) better. The post Live the full catastrophe with open arms and soft heart appeared first on This Week for Dinner - Weekly Meal Plans, Dinner Ideas, Recipes and M...
by This Week for Dinner on Dec 23, 2015

Best Of My Holiday Blogs

-After publishing 184 food blogs, I've run out of holiday topics. I can only talk about turkey/wine pairings and oyster dressing so many years in a row. I could veer from talking about traditional holiday food, and write about cutting edge gastrono...
by On My Plate on Nov 16, 2015

Seasonal Eating? Pt. 2

-Title: Roast beef with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and vegetables | Photographer: HotBabyHot | Date: 03/29/2007 | This graphic was released into the public domain by the photographer.As I said in my last blog, I remarked to my friend, Dani,...
by On My Plate on Oct 29, 2015

If you can’t get a miracle, become one!

Can a person without hands or limbs be happy? You may have seen the video of a person without hands or limbs on youtube or elsewhere who is very happy and satisfied. You may click this link to view the video: Nick Vujicic video I would like to share...
by Wisdom from books on Oct 23, 2015

Life Complexities

It’s amazing how life can be so dynamic. How kharma seem to play its part. How swiftly life presents experiences that can make or mar someone. It isn’t about how well you know yourself or how well people around you know you; it’s ju...
by D'mure Fashion on Oct 15, 2015

Seasonal Eating?

-Recently, I came across a recipe for Corn & Cheese Chowder on Pinterest.  With corn, bacon, onions, bell peppers, and two kinds of cheese in a creamy base, I remarked to my friend, Dani, this would be a good soup for Fall.  She looked...
by On My Plate on Oct 15, 2015

Kostenlose Lebensmittelfotos

Es ist manchmal gar nicht so leicht oder sehr Zeitaufwendig an gute Bilder für den eigenen Blog oder für die eigene Webseite zu kommen. Da ich manchmal auch Bilder mache, die ich später doch nicht verwende, habe ich mir gedacht einige davon unter...
by Kasselfood on Aug 19, 2015


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