This story disgusts me →
It disgusts me, too. I’m not sure that anyone who is an extreme fundamentalist can be a successful law enforcer when they aren’t allowed in their day to day life to pick their battles. Every single thing has to be done to a perfect T as an Hasidic Jew. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE the Jewish people. It’s just that this particular sect is very, very, very rule-driven. ...
'Oldest' image of St Paul discovered - Telegraph →
I love archaeology. Just call me Mrs. Indiana Jones…
'I'm better off dead. I'm done': How Michael... →
One of the better articles I’ve read about MJ.
Children's Tea Pary Ideas from The Parlor →
More tea party ideas.
A Whimsical Children's Tea Party →
I’m planning a tea party for my grandchildren. :-)
My sons, Isaiah and Isaac, (age 14) have autism. The amazing thing about this video is that it shows how far they’ve come in regard to sensory dysfunction. Loud noises used to send them into meltdowns. Now, after years of sensory integration therapy (via Mom - not therapists) and sensory saturation (again, a Mom therapy and theory I plan on writing a book about), they are able to run these...
Lisa Marie Presley's Blog re: Michael Jackson's...
via emphasisadded: carolinek: (Via Lisa Marie Presley’s blog) Years ago Michael and I were having a deep conversation about life in general. I can’t recall the exact subject matter but he may have been questioning me about the circumstances of my Fathers Death. At some point he paused, he stared at me very intensely and he stated with an almost calm certainty, “I am afraid that I am going...
But in all of this, you and I have a choice. We can resent these obstacles and...– Michael Hyatt
My mind works like lightning. One brilliant Flash and it is gone.
Does Death Come in Threes?
I was taught by my grandmother that death does come in threes. It’s also my husband’s people’s belief. (He is Cherokee.) And I have to say, it has always come true for me. No matter who or where — when someone dies, it seems to happen in threes. caseyculture: I believe in the Trifecta of Life. You can apply it in many cases, but not many will prove 100% each time....
Another beautiful cottage →
My grandmother had gardens like this, prolific with edible goodies and beautifully scented flowers that butterflies and hummingbirds couldn’t resist.
Working with a fearful dog →
I’m going to be reading this site backwards forwards and upside down for my dog, Chevy, who is afraid of his shadow, poor thing. (He is a rescue. No, I did not make him crazy…someone else accomplished that by never letting him out of his kennel for the first year of life. If you don’t have time to play with a dog — don’t get a dog.)