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Sho and Takeo 4373

Sho and Takeo proved to be good-natured guys despite their constant bickering. I told Sho that Takeo is young and still foolish, but that’s part of being a teenager. The father, a wealthy industrialist, didn’t like hearing that but admitt...
by Scragg Man on Mar 15, 2016

Dunkin’ Donuts Pistachio Flavored Coffee Helps Me Recharge in 20 Minutes or Less

Dunkin’ Donuts Pistachio flavored coffee is my go-to choice for treating myself to a savory flavor... The post Dunkin’ Donuts Pistachio Flavored Coffee Helps Me Recharge in 20 Minutes or Less appeared first on MELISASource.
by MELISASource on Mar 11, 2016

Imbue Your Marriage with Your Family Traditions

Imbue Your Marriage with Your Family Traditions 4 Ways You Can Imbue Your Marriage with Your Family Traditions Marriage is such a special, sacred union between two people who have committed to walk the journey of life together. The power and potentia...
by The Things Women Want on Mar 11, 2016

Illiterate American Christianity

There is a religious ditty that, once you hear it, sticks in your mind forever: Read your Bible pray every day, pray every day, pray every day Read your Bible pray every day And you’ll grow, grow, grow. And, because people … Continue rea...
by Middle Aged Plague on Mar 7, 2016

The Deluxe Suite 4360

The tour of Tokyo took all morning and Blake looked about the metropolis in wonder. One of the largest cities in the world and one where modernity and tradition meld together to form something wholly unique. Elizabeth and Amy, still too young to appr...
by Scragg Man on Mar 7, 2016

Illiterate American Christianity

There is a religious ditty that, once you hear it, sticks in your mind forever: Read your Bible pray every day, pray every day, pray every day Read your Bible pray every day And you’ll grow, grow, grow. And, because people … Continue rea...
by Middle Aged Plague on Mar 7, 2016

And the Winner is…

‘America’s Got Talent’… ‘Scandal’… ‘How to Get Away With Murder’… ‘Judge Judy’… These shows have a common element that is familiar to us all that keep us coming back for mo...
by The Sick Advocate on Mar 4, 2016

The Freedom to Celebrate — Or Not Bother With — Easter

Freedom is one of those words we wax eloquent about, whether we’re singing a patriotic hymn or weeping through a religious event at a football stadium, but when it comes to actually experiencing it, or demanding the reality of what freedom pr...
by Middle Aged Plague on Mar 3, 2016

The Freedom to Celebrate — Or Not Bother With — Easter

Freedom is one of those words we wax eloquent about, whether we’re singing a patriotic hymn or weeping through a religious event at a football stadium, but when it comes to actually experiencing it, or demanding the reality of what freedom pr...
by Middle Aged Plague on Mar 3, 2016

Living the American Dream: How to Prepare for Your First Home

Living the American Dream: How to Prepare for Your First Home The American Dream is a classic colloquialism. Between the white picket fence, two and a half children, a dog, cat and perfect spouse, it seems like this is the one dream every American ha...
by The Things Women Want on Feb 28, 2016

Why Your Life on This Planet Means Something

All human beings like to feel that we have a reason for existing. It’s not narcissistic: created in the image of a creative God, we have it in us — in our genes, in our DNA, in our soul, in our … Continue reading →...
by Middle Aged Plague on Feb 26, 2016

Why Your Life on This Planet Means Something

All human beings like to feel that we have a reason for existing. It’s not narcissistic: created in the image of a creative God, we have it in us — in our genes, in our DNA, in our soul, in our … Continue reading →...
by Middle Aged Plague on Feb 26, 2016

How to Make Your Move with Toddlers More Manageable

How to Make Your Move with Toddlers More Manageable Moving is hard work. Sorting, packing, selling, giving away, loading, unloading, and relocating all of your earthly possessions is definitely not an easy task. Being the parent to toddlers is hard w...
by The Things Women Want on Feb 25, 2016

Are People Who Leave Church “Prideful”?

As more and more people opt to exit the conventional, weekly church model, notice is taken. At the moment, it’s little blogger types like me who speak against little blogger types like me because the big guys, the leaders that Christians put...
by Middle Aged Plague on Feb 22, 2016

Attack and Kill-Style Christianity

No matter how much TV we watch, Facebook we follow, or YouTubes of inane music videos we ingest — in other words, no matter what our level of apathy and willingness to allow others to control our minds — we … Continue reading →...
by Middle Aged Plague on Feb 15, 2016

Minding Your Money Matters: Guesstimating Your Family’s Monthly Energy Consumption

Knowing how much energy your family consumes each month is important for a number of reasons. If you are concerned about the environmental impact of your home, knowing how much energy you consume is the first step towards taking steps to reduce your...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Feb 10, 2016

It Started With Artemano

Several weeks ago, my husband and I took the kids to Shops at Don Mills for a stroll and some window shopping. We stopped by the newly opened Artemano to admire the beautiful wooden furniture. Little did we know we'd soon find ourselves the owners of...
by Toronto Teacher Mom on Feb 9, 2016

How Influential Is the Christian Vote?

Most of my information on the 2016 U.S. presidential election comes from my spam file, and I keep up with events in the two minutes it takes me to clear the detritus each day. One recent headline brayed, “Christian Evangelical … Continue...
by Middle Aged Plague on Feb 8, 2016

Secrets to a Happy Family Life

  Before you can achieve a happy family life, you have to learn to deal with the fact that your family isn’t perfect. In fact; there’s no such thing as a perfect family. You may spend hours pouring over your friends’ Facebook profiles wond...
by The Fashionable Housewife on Feb 5, 2016

Spa at Home

January for me is probably the worst month. Its freezing cold and there is no festive period to keep you going through the chills. So its always nice to kick start February with a spa routine to refresh and relax you again whilst you wait foe the wea...
by The Peony Avenue on Feb 3, 2016


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