After a year of lockdowns and cancellations, a change of scenery was a balm. A trip to the vast, ancient lands of the western US appealed to us – a place that stood before this bout of human suffering and cannot be canceled, mitigated, or sheltered in place.
Randomly through translation to English, a group of letters were arranged to form amen. Gender is not implied and shouldn’t be inferred.
Don enjoys his freshly made burger and fries and homemade root beer and the opportunity to pull out pictures of his pride and joy enough to make that risk. He’s earned that right.
Bees get the bad rap for the super aggressive modus operandi of wasps. I think it’s the “yellow jacket” wasps wear, and the buzzing around that cause the confusion. Oh yeah, and the stinging
People browsing these sites are looking for a satisfactory read, a book to add to their Goodreads list. Not a let down.
Abe Froman and Turd Ferguson deserve a place on a page together. They deserve to walk into a bar together.
There are as many ways to grieve as there are people. It, however, is not an easy undertaking and can take years or a lifetime.
“Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ meets its demise
Wars leave scars. Tragedies leave scars. Meet Oskar. Son. Grandson. Very intelligent and quirky 9-year-old boy whose dad died in the World Trade Center attack. Knowledgeable beyond his years but still reasons like a child. Devotee of Dad. Loves Mom but sometimes their grief dances collide and they have to tiptoe around each other. Goes… Continue reading Book review: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close