See y’all tomorrow! —Jonathan Caswell
Outfit: Metallic sleeveless shell top with zip up back and peplum, worn with black bandage skirt. Shoes: Charcoal grey ‘jelly’ T bar shoes with sparkles. Hair: Worn in a ballerina bun, with two mother-of-pearl clips. Accessories: Black opaque hosiery, chunky sterling silver curb bracelet, white gold hoop earrings with grey freshwater pearl drops. Perfume: Lady […]
BARRE, Vt. — An energy entrepreneur wants to set up a commuter rail system to further his vision of weaning Vermont from fossil fuels and getting cars off the highways, and he has taken the first step toward moving it beyond the theoretical by buying a dozen rail cars. David Blittersdorf spent $5 million of […]
ALRIGHT—ANOTHER TRAIN TO RIDE!!!!!
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Supporting people is so important, especially small businesses. At the end of the day they’re just trying to make a living through making things in the hope that people like them enough to buy them. My favourite place to find small businesses and cute unique items is on Etsy. Most sellers on there are just […]
Dreams into reality,
It only needs one “R.D.C.”…*
Sometimes maybe two
Can whiz along through,
With siding capacity!
We’re talking about N scale,
‘Round the Christmas tree loop–it failed!
Too sharp a curve
It gets stuck (the nerve!)
They are full-length cars I bought on sale.
It is not enough to see yourself as a cultural Christian; you should be a Christian by heart as well. Being a Christian presupposes that you believe in God. Whatever else you believe, it is a mistaken identity to be called a Christian if you don’t believe in God and in His Son Jesus Christ.
Mahatma Gandhi, Muhammed, and many other leaders have been turned off by Christians not acting what they preach.
Usually, when people find out that I’m an atheist, they don’t let the difference get in the way of a good relationship. Meeting someone who believes differently than you is an amazing opportunity to learn about a culture outside of your own and find common ground in a place where you might not expect it. It’s uncommon for me to try to make a connection with someone with different beliefs only to be completely cut off, but it does happen. Let me give you the breakdown of a time when this happened to me.
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He’s learned hair colored in streaks
Does not make those people freaks…
He’s so little there–
And some people have colored cheeks!
He wore red and blue socks–
One each while the pep rally rocked
St. Patrick’s Day
He got away,
With bright orange/green in big blocks!
Featured image courtesy Rosie rockets (that’s her) expressing her fashionable hair, choker and outfit….from her blog, A RED LIP AND A NUDE SHOE.
FROM ONE OLD SOUL TO ANOTHER—-THIS IS GOOD!!!!
There is something to be said about letting words speak for themselves.
Andrea Levy, Cleveland Plain Dealer journalist and artist, blends these
two skills into incredible stories. The whole page is filled with lines,
varied from gray, black and red bold strokes. These represent all those
unknown faces in a large crowd.
All of us.
I return to her words, transfixed.
This has been on my refrigerator for some time now, about Malala
Yousafzai. She is indomitable, showed nerves of steel, faced her death
undaunted and walked away. She is not unscathed, but she overcame
her enemies, endured suffering and lived.
If each of us had only 1/100th of Malala’s humble spirit and strength
of convictions, just imagine how changed the world would become.
Please read this:
“A Face in the Crowd
She’s young, but her scars are not. At 17, she seems to be going on 5,000.
Utterly mesmerizing. In…
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