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Creating Beauty from Ashes

content discovered on Wednesday, August 26, 2015

We are born with unconditional love that's evident as it sparkles in our eyes. And as we grow we experience the wonder of the world. Then we get close to experiencing something that can hurt us, like running toward the street and it happens, we're spanked.We are too young to realize that we may get hit by a car, but nonetheless it's at that moment that we're taught that an incredible experience like runnng free is associated with pain and punishment. It is every experience that shapes us into the person ... read more »

5 Reasons Why You Should Travel With Your Signi...

content discovered on Tuesday, September 01, 2015 in relationships, travel, relationships

Originally posted on roamwildandfree:I have always had an open passenger seat for those who have gotten stung by the travel bug and want to get a taste of road life and the adventures! There has been a wide range of folks adding their love to each road trip including ski bums, entrepreneurs, best friends, complete strangers, college read more »

A Reason to Visit Russia – Kazan

content discovered on Monday, August 31, 2015 in life in russia

Russias Third Capital Kazan isnt only Russias Third Capital its also considered the Sports Capital of Russia. Over the last several years a number of sports events have taken place here, the FINA World Championship just recently wrapped up, and in 2013 the Universiades were held in Kazan. The city has also been chosen as [] read more »

Why we are where we are in Scotland

content discovered on Sunday, August 30, 2015

When the Berlin wall came down, nearly everyone in Europe and, indeed, the world accepted that socialism didn’t work. Even the Chinese while keeping the form of the Party gave up the substance. Gradually, there were only really two places that continued to believe though in rather different ways. One was North Korea, the other was Scotland. But Scotland continued to believe in a rather odd way. It wasn’t as if we enjoyed the fruits of capitalism any less than anyone else. But somehow our socialism was wh... read more »

I'm Back

content discovered on Tuesday, September 01, 2015

After a few months hiatus, (and countless e-mails and messages asking me where have I been.) I've decided to get back to this blog.Fact is, I was burnt out. It's not that I ran out of topics to write about (I don't think I'll ever scratch that surface.) I was just too exhausted mentally as well as other things going on in my life, various side projects and other riff-raff. And I needed a nice long summer break and get reorganized. After three years, it was well deserved.First, I want to thank everyone wh... read more »

Kelly’s Heroes (1970)

Rob picked this classic war time movie, that somehow I haven’t ever seen, lets see what I thought. Director: Brian G Hutton Writer: Troy Kennedy-Martin (Screenplay) Starring: Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Don Rickles, Carroll OConnor, Donald Sutherland, Gavin MacLeod, Hal Continue reading read more »

Spotlight | Skinny Mint TeaTox.

content discovered on Monday, August 31, 2015

And just like that, we're down to the last day of August! It's September tomorrow, and the next thing we know, it's almost Christmas! Now before this day officially ends, allow me to share with you my Skinny Mint TeaTox experience.If you're following me on Instagram, then you've probably chanced upon my Skinny Mint photos and how this product has made me into a tea convert. (Insert expressions of shock here, haha!) It's no secret that I'm a coffeeholic, consuming no less than 2 cups of coffee a day. My m... read more »

This Is For You, My Future Daughter-In-Law

content discovered on Sunday, August 23, 2015 in journey, raising kids

Dear Future Daughter-In-Law, Let me introduce myself. I am your future Monster-In-Law. I am the person who carried your boyfriend in my womb for nine months. I was the one who nurtured him, fed him, potty trained him. I was the one who took him to school and back, stayed up late watching over him when he was sick. I was the one he called when he was happy or sad. It was my pinky finger he held on to at night until he was fast asleep. When he was little, he would always come home from school with a su... read more »

By the Sea Slider Card

content discovered on Thursday, August 27, 2015

I love this Pop Up Slider card! It is fun, fun to make! I found the tutorial for this card on Pinterest! Check out Anne Rostad's beautiful Slider cards here and it's a tutorial! https://www.pinterest.com/pin/48835977186724144/ I followed Anne's directions except I didn't use a frame that was already cut out. I made my own frame but cutting a 4" x 6" piece of card stockor decorative paper and then cutting in from 3 sides about 3/4 inch.Instead of cutting the top at 3/4 inch - I scored it - not all the... read more »

Epic Buffet, Hollywood Casino at Grantville, PA

content discovered on Saturday, August 29, 2015

The Epic Buffet is the casino buffet at the Hollywood Casino in Grantville, Pennsylvania. The casino is located at the Penn National Race Course. Grantville is located just outside of Hershey, PA where the chocolate comes from and where the Hershey amusement park is. The Hollywood Casino is a place for adults to go when the kids are asleep with a babysitter after a long day on the rides. The read more »

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