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An Amazing Play-Off Story

I have mentioned lots of times that I live in Devon, obviously that does curtail my opportunities of following the Blues. After living in Plymouth for over 25 years prior to moving to Okehampton, I have a soft spot for Plymouth Argyle. So on Monday I...
by Joys and Sorrows on Jun 1, 2016

Box Office Buz: DVD and Blu-ray releases for May 24, 2016

A solid release week with a nice balanced selection of big screen titles, some deep and very interesting catalog and a couple of TV titles. These are your new releases for May 24, 2016. First up this week is a new true story drama from Disney, The...
by Box Office Buz on May 31, 2016

It Had To Be You

All my life I searched for you Then one day My dream came true   I saw you from across A crowded room Little did I know We’d be married soon   The way you smiled Made my heart skip … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on May 30, 2016

CZECH REPUBLIC : 15 REASONS WHY I FOUND PRAGUE SO LOVELY

I departed CDG airport in Paris at 9:45AM, and arrived safely in Prague at 11:30AM via Smartwings last February 3, 2016. Two hours and 83-Euro-flight later, I found myself seduced by the underrated charm of the capital city of Czech Republic. Whethe...
by Beyond Toxicity @ docgelo.com on May 30, 2016

Precious Childhood Memories

Have you seen my YouTube channel yet? No? Where have you been? I know, the most active I was when both girls were tiny, and especially when Olivia was born, but I am slowly getting more into videos... © 2009-2014 All Baby Advice This content is co...
by All Baby Advice and more on May 29, 2016

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by Hatpakha Magazine on May 28, 2016

False Friendships

False friendships plague my door Leave me never wanting more Many aren’t genuine and true If they are it’s rare and few Why does the world have to be this way? Can’t people just be honest in what they say? … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on May 27, 2016

Childhood Memories Friday: 1970s Microwaves

The other day, I was thinking about how far technology has come in my lifetime. Now we have smartphones and computers that can do almost anything. But one of the first technological marvels I remember from my childhood was the microwave oven. 1970s M...
by Girls in White Dresses on May 27, 2016

Down memory lane in Lyon

I’m on a holiday in Lyon and of course, I’m still following my training plan and I’m running exactly as I would if I were in London. But running in familiar places brings out old memories, back from the days I still hated running. I...
by French Bloke Runs on May 24, 2016

Childhood Memories Friday: Being Young

Being young: do you remember it? I know, I know: we all remember various things from our childhoods. But do you remember what it felt like to be young? I do, but the sensation is fleeting. On talk radio the other day, host Glenn Beck (who is my age),...
by Girls in White Dresses on May 20, 2016

Rui macher bhorta / Rui maach makha

This is one of my most favourite makhas. With summer being so tough on us this time, we have light food everyday. And lunches were mostly of curd rice and  paanto bhaat (rice in water). Back home, the paanto or the paanta bhaat .... made from soak...
by Kichu Khon on May 18, 2016

Creamy rice pudding

The first time I ever made rice pudding, I was in high school, and living with my family in Philadelphia. I don't know what possessed me to make it, as I really didn't cook much beyond heating a frozen pizza or making a sandwich. I must have read abo...
by Andrea's easy vegan cooking on May 17, 2016

Is it Best to let Sleeping Dogs Lie?

Do you have any enemies? I hope I don’t! There are a couple of people in this world that I feel some anger towards, but that is very different to having an enemy. Chances are the people I am angry with, aren’t even aware of my feelings! A...
by Middle Aged Mama on May 15, 2016

Summer Vacation Memories with MiMedia

One more month until summer vacation!  While I most definitely enjoy the days when my kids are in school, I always look forward to the time each year when we are finally able to spend moments together without the worry of clocks or deadlines.  If...
by Mommie Cooks on May 14, 2016

The Epidural and the Exorcist

The births of my two children could not have been more different. Seeing as our son turned 22 yesterday, I decided it was time to tell the tale of his arrival into the world (you can read Miss 19’s birth story here). Am I in Labour?! My last da...
by Middle Aged Mama on May 12, 2016

It’s Monday Again…5/9/16

Quote For The Week… I was thinking about how people seem to read the Bible a whole lot more as they get older; then it dawned on me… they’re cramming for their final exam. – George Carlin What’s Happening… Monday…    Lost...
by Musings Over Coffee on May 9, 2016

My Best Memories of Her

Reading books at bedtime Was the very best part of my day She nurtured me and loved me And taught me how to pray Sometimes she’d sing songs to me All in her very best voice She sang those songs … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on May 8, 2016

My Best Memories of Her

Reading books at bedtime Was the very best part of my day She nurtured me and loved me And taught me how to pray Sometimes she’d sing songs to me All in her very best voice She sang those songs … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on May 8, 2016

Disney On Ice Silver Anniversary Celebration – Review

Ever since I post I posted we were going to see Disney on Ice  the excitement has been building. I has previously asked the boys if they still wanted to go, they are getting that bit older at 9 and 7, but they couldn’t wait and they loved it.
by SusanKMann on May 7, 2016


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