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False Dawn

Remember when I wrote that after a few weeks of crappiness, things seemed to be getting better? As it turned out, that light we saw at the end of the tunnel was the headlight of a fast approaching train. We hoped that … Continue reading ͛...
by The Cutter Rambles on Aug 29, 2016

Accidents Happen: A Medicine Cabinet Checklist For The Home

Your medicine cabinet is empty. Time to stock up, but on what? Here are some of the essentials you need. Write them down before you walk into the store.   First Aid Stuff No one likes to think about an accident happening, but it happens. A prope...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Aug 1, 2016

Here Are 8 Things A Young Man Needs To Have Before Leaving Home

To our kids, home is a training ground for life in the world that is more hostile and unforgiving for laggards and the unwise son. Before you release your boys to face life, make sure they have been taught and possess the following things: They know...
by Jobs & Vacancies in Kenya on Jul 20, 2016

Only The Films Are Make-Believe In Hollywood 4606

Cullen brought his bike over for Jude, who waited in anticipation. Robert rumbled up on his motorcycle, and we were ready to rumble. He told us to wait for a second as Barton was on his way. Once the billionaire arrived, we took off with me leading t...
by Scragg Man on Jul 9, 2016

Fighting The Right Battles 4600

Blake, the kids, and I went over to Paige and Michael’s with a tub of fried chicken that I cooked up along with cole slaw and potato wedges. My daughter looked good but was tired. We all made a fuss over Christopher, who was oblivious to all t...
by Scragg Man on Jul 5, 2016

Verbal Anti-Diarrheal 4595

Blake and I took the girls to see Paige and Christopher in the morning to find both mother and baby in good spirits. Christopher slept and Paige, who looked tired, but was up and about, thankful that Michael’s parents had gone home and now has...
by Scragg Man on Jul 3, 2016

The Importance Of Things That Most People Don’t See 4583

We got on the road a little before six and cruised west on I-40, which comprises of most of the trip. I made sure that the kids had videos to watch and games to play to keep them for asking me if we’re almost there. I explained to them that it&...
by Scragg Man on Jun 27, 2016

Time Away Without The Tour 4580

I visited Paige in the morning and found her in a cheerful mood, although she was still exhausted. I held Christopher, who slept in my arms, and I beamed with pride. “He’s a handsome little guy,” I declared. “He sure is,”...
by Scragg Man on Jun 25, 2016

Convent Of Shame 4578

Seth Weinfeld called me and said that he bought the rights to “Holy Sinner” and is ready to move forward. “I thought you were busy with that HBO project,” I replied. “I’m done, now I’m ready for this. It̵...
by Scragg Man on Jun 24, 2016

A Goodnight Kiss 4579

It was a short visit as Blake was exhausted and in need to sleep. I looked at my grandson who was oblivious to it all. Jackie was full energy, which was annoying, but at least she’s helpful. I asked where John was, and Michael said he had to ru...
by Scragg Man on Jun 24, 2016

Upscale Home Decor For Your Game Room

The game room is meant to be a fun, safe space, an area for family and friends to gather, laugh, talk, and make longstanding memories. If your game room could use a bit of a facelift and you’re hoping to capture a symbiotic, elegant appeal, keep th...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Jun 18, 2016

Folks On A Farm 4563

After lunch, I got a call from Melvin, who said that he and his wife had brought Chris Roseman down here to play on an album by a female artist who Robin was producing, and asked if they could stop by and chat for a spell. I told him to come by the f...
by Scragg Man on Jun 17, 2016

Top Tips for Adult Students Going Back to College

Choosing to go back to college as an adult can be both exciting and overwhelming. Whether you’re returning to education to get your GED, study for an undergraduate degree or gain a postgraduate qualification in the hopes of furthering your career,...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Jun 13, 2016

How to Slash Your Monthly Expenditure and Save Money

Life is expensive. Food, fuel, household bills, clothes, and social expenses all cost a lot of money. If you are single and you have a great job with a fantastic salary, consider yourself lucky. For the rest of us with kids to raise and a mortgage to...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Jun 2, 2016

Chic Touches to Modernize Your Living Room

You may think that adding a modern touch to your living room is expensive. However, there are a few things you can do to add some elegant touches to your space that won’t break the bank. From a fresh coat of paint and adding pillows to installi...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Jun 2, 2016

Outdoor Living: Tips and Tricks for Keeping Mosquitoes Out of Your Yard

  It is always great to spend some time outdoors when the sun is shining, but mosquitoes can quickly ruin the party, when they come to join you with their itchy stings and disease-carrying potential. When you are being plagued by bugs like mosqu...
by The Fashionable Housewife on May 27, 2016

Medical Alert Scams

Medical Alert Scams Various Medical Alert Scams Used to Target Seniors & Possible Precautions Emergency response systems have been designed to save lives of elder people, in case of any emergency, but scammers are exploiting this useful invention...
by The Things Women Want on May 21, 2016

Keeping Personal Comfort and Confidence During Summer Physical Activity

One of my favorite parts of summer is the long, warm, busy days. My schedule... The post Keeping Personal Comfort and Confidence During Summer Physical Activity appeared first on MELISASource.
by MELISASource on May 18, 2016

Great Resources for Finding the Best Car for Teen Drivers

My oldest son did not begin driving at age 16 like the typical American high... The post Great Resources for Finding the Best Car for Teen Drivers appeared first on MELISASource.
by MELISASource on May 6, 2016

The Lost Christians of America

If you underwent any sort of Christian religious conversion, you probably took few breaths as a new, spiritual babe in the kingdom of God before you were plonked on a pew to begin absorbing all you need to know to … Continue reading →...
by Middle Aged Plague on May 5, 2016


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