Travel Itinerary: The Great Pyramids of Egypt

Originally posted on ESL Ventures:
Greetings all! For the next two weeks I will be seeing the highlights of Egypt, courtesy of Travel Talk tours. Egypt has been on the top of my bucket list for sometime now, and this tour will be hitting all the major historical sites. 😀 The tour includes full transportation…

10 Reasons Why This Photo Triggers My Spidey Sense

Originally posted on Bonnywood Manor:
1. It has members of my family in it and I don’t know what they’re doing. This instantly puts me on high alert. Knowing how some of my family members have a natural instinct to do things they probably shouldn’t, this document could easily become evidence in some sort of…

Why are the Pyramids not mentioned in the Bible?

Originally posted on Ashraf Ezzat:
“What if the whole story of the Exodus from Egypt was a fake story, and what if we could prove that it is?” By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat There wasn’t a time when I did not feel uneasy about the story of the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt. Actually, uneasy is an…

Strange New Worlds

Originally posted on Rationalising The Universe:
Exoplanet – a planet which orbits a star outside the solar system Prior to 1992 not a single exoplanet was known to exist. Now, here we sit 24 years later having discovered 3,537 exoplanets in 2,653 planetary systems. The field of exoplanetary science has without a doubt been the…

Discovery Challenge: In the style of MOISES LEVY

Originally posted on joliesattic:
In Oceanside where I live, we have a pier.  It was told to me that it was the longest pier,  but it’s not. I think someone got it confused with the Ocean Beach pier, which is only the longest in the county at about 2,000 ft. whereas Oceanside’s Pier is 1,942 ft. Pretty…

Discovery of Silence

Originally posted on The World according to Dina:
Discovery of Stillness ie Entdeckung der Stille “Die Stille tanzt in sich, sie ist der Tanz der Leere” Stillness is the dance of emptiness Siri Buchfee Here it is silent as silent can be (Scoresby Sound/E Greenland) We Bookfayries are constantly seeking stillnes in our noisy times.…

Discovery challenge:  In the Style of

Originally posted on The Bag Lady:
Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Colorado. This was my favorite site to take our out-of-state visitors. They have a road nearing the edge and trails leading you down to small edges of the cliffs. There is also a road accessing the river below. Quite a sight from either view!…

Discovery in the Dark

Originally posted on Michael Wynn:
In this season of Halloween, I thought a little horror story suitable ? ? ? ? PHOTO PROMPT © Peter Abbey Billy turned onto the footbridge. Tapping his cane against the walls, he kept up a stream of encouragement to the dog. “Good girl, Maddie” Suddenly, she stopped and growled. “What…

Discoveries Of A Smitten Heart

Originally posted on Soul Symphonies:
Somewhere between silken sheets and galaxies I found you. I found you in the soft caresses of the wind, My body shivering in sweet anticipation of your touch. In the monotony of the skies, I saw you wash away the blues with the light of a thousand stars. Amidst the…

The Game of Numbers

Originally posted on twobrownfeet:
For a mathematician, a number can be whole, an integer, rational, irrational, real, or imaginary. I may have missed a few others. For the rest of us, living in the physical world, numbers can only be good or bad. We’re always in search of the right number. It’s pretty simple. Say…

A Necklace from Kylie

Originally posted on A Generous Helping:
I’ve never worn a necklace. I don’t mind them on men as long as they aren’t the Mr. T starter kit size. I have just never found one that suited my tastes. In my first job, there was an accountant who had a chain so large it could be…

The Smell of a Baby

Originally posted on EDDAZ:
Have you noticed the feeling that sparks up when you embrace a new born baby to your bosom, phew..It’s a sensational one that tickles the brain and makes you want to gobble up the baby. I have cuddled babies in my arms several times, and I began to ponder on it…

Baby it’s cold outside

Originally posted on wordsfromanneli:
The first snowfall of the season has dusted the tops of our local hills at last. This year it’s a welcome sight, not only for the skiers, but for the townspeople who have been under a “Boil Water Advisory” off and on for weeks, due to the heavy rainfall and flooding.…

Hiking the Wild

Originally posted on Writing the Wild:
“We simply need that wild country available to us, even if we never do more than drive to its edge and look in. for it can be a means of reassuring ourselves of our sanity as creatures a part of the geography of hope.”           …

The Changing Seasons, October 2016

Originally posted on Zimmerbitch:
Perched on a rock above the Tasman Sea, one of the colony of gannets currently nesting at Muriwai, New Zealand. Image: Su Leslie, 2016 Perhaps it’s the improving weather, but October has definitely been a more active month than I’ve had recently — dodgy knee notwithstanding. Early morning, Greenhithe Wharf. Image:…

A Photo a Week Challenge: A Magical Sunrise

Originally posted on decocraftsdigicrafts:
Good morning from a cloudy spring day here in Hastings. Nancy has the perfect challenge for me this morning.  Sunrises.  I have literally thousands of sunrise photos.  But here are my favourites.  Driving down in the middle of winter to Otane means I get to see the most amazing sunrises.  On this…

Online Diary?

Hey guys, So you’re probably looking at the title confused because well, who does online diary entry’s? Let me clear it all up for you. I’m not actually going to do the whole ‘Dear Diary, today I blah, blah, blah’ because well, I’m not 12 anymore. What this post is about, is that I am…

Packs for your Back

Originally posted on Strange News from Another Star:
They’re not kidding when they say the second trimester is super awesome and you have energy and you just get socked in the third. I feel I’ve been run ragged the last few weeks, and as a result, have hardly accrued any #content for blogs! To my…

Tahoe SUP 11 YoFit trade

Originally posted on Yoga City:
Our NEW inflatable YOFIT trade was created specifically for the popular movement of practicing Yoga on a standup paddle board Surfboards are not optimized for SUP Yoga but the specific shape and features of the YOFIT trade is the solution Innovation abounds on the YOFIT trade featuring fitness attachment rsquo…

My Travel Side Kick – The Backpack

I have been on the look out for a travel backpack that wouldn’t weigh me down and that keeps me organized while on the go. I was so sick of being that person at the airport who had to search through their bag to find my passport, liquids bag and basically everything that’s required while…

Why travel blogs are POP! and never Flop.

Originally posted on Adlcrzn:
Me and my cousin having fun at Bulusan lake, Sorsogon For most people, you can think that to TRAVEL is as equal as the words, Splurge, Expensive or Leisure time.  By reading travel blogs and Inflight magazines you’d wonder with questions, How do they do that? How much is their budget…

How To Pack For Backpacking

Originally posted on Indulge Without Bulge:
This summer, my boyfriend and I decided to embark on a crazy, travel adventure! We decided on Europe as our destination, where the goal was to see and experience as much as we possibly could over the months while we were there. We had both been to Europe before, so we…

How I travelled 5 Countries in One Day

After fighting my way through Berlin’s jungle of public transportation, I found myself in a Chinese teahouse unable to decide between a “Golden Monkey”, the “Tear of a Dragon” and the “Mist of a Mountain”. I believe that the best way to find the deepest appreciation of a place is staying a while to create…

My Grandkids Are Still Cuter Than Yours

Originally posted on The Crawdad Hole:
I’m not saying yours ain’t cute, I’m just saying that mine are cuter. I told my kids they need to produce another girl to even things up but they just look at me like I’m crazy. This is an open thread.

Cute church on Ischia

Originally posted on Bagni di Lucca and Beyond:
In spring this year we spent a couple of days on gorgeous Ischia, one of the islands in the spectacular Bay of Naples. Our lovely friends Stephanie and Paul took us on a tour of the island on a rickety bus which hurtled around the narrow road…

Of Kittens and Cuteness

Originally posted on A Farm Girl's Life:
Calm down, calm down, guys. I can’t type when you’re squealing like that. XD All right, all right, I’ll show you the pictures. (Note: most of these pictures are edited because kittens are just a teensy bit hard to photograph sometimes. 😉 ) Ahem. We shall start with our…

Baler Foodspotting

Originally posted on Eat.Pray.Love.Travel:
One of the things that will make me want to go back to Baler is FOOD!!! Here’s the lists of mouth-watering Baler foods  : Kusina Luntian Kusina Luntian is a hidden restaurant (literally), we had hard time finding it because the signage is covered with plants’ leaves.I thought…

Fooding with the foodies…

Originally posted on George Hosier:
Aware of my interest both professional and personal in the exploration of food Amman has to offer, a friend recommended an article by StepFeed that listed the top 5 Ammani food bloggers. Inspired by their posts, I contacted these bloggers asking for advice and tips on dining in the city.…

“Respect your elders and betters”

Originally posted on TLP:
Hebrews 2:10-13 I commented on this passage yesterday (Too Amazing); it’s a passage in which we see very clearly that in Christ, we are members of God’s family, brothers and sisters of Jesus Himself, co-heirs with Him to everything. Indeed, this is a concept which is amazing indeed. There is so…

Healthy Chinese elders

Originally posted on Marta lives in China:
One thing about China that never fails to impress me is how physically active retired people are. In Spain, old people are known for sitting in parks, maybe walking around slowly and conversing animatedly, and the only sport they do is playing petanque. Because playing dominoes and cards doesn’t…

My Parenting Philosophy in Three Words

Originally posted on Becoming Cliche:
Maybe I’m not such a great parent after all. My parenting philosophy can be summed up in three words. “Keep Expectations Low.” I need that on a t-shirt. Because I’ve never taken them on vacation (Go ahead and judge me. I am TERRIBLE!), I don’t have to do much to…

Is Peaceful Parenting Actually Permissive Parenting?

Originally posted on Kate Orson:
”So peaceful parenting, is that when parents are nice to their children all the time, even when they are acting out and misbehaving? That sounds a bit permissive to me.” I have heard variations on this statement many times, and yes, sometimes, being ‘nice’ to our children can be permissive, and…

When is a parenting blog not a parenting blog?

Originally posted on Beth Kilkenny:
Getting started When I first thought about starting a blog, I had just returned to work after my second maternity leave and so was still in the throes of intense ‘motherhood’: still in the world of sleeplessness and nappies, feeling guilty about not feeling guilty about returning to work. I…

Parenting Truth!

Originally posted on NickysdayWithAutism:
Courtesy of Pinterest? I read this and totally laughed for a few minutes. ?This sums up how I’m feeling right about now!? #parentingrightainteasy #whywonttheyjustlisten #helpLord?

Unconditional love

Originally posted on pritamode:
image source:-Google This story was told by my grandpa when I was kid.            There was a small family in a village which consists of a son and his mother, they were from poor background but his mother took care of him without any Shortage/Deficiency, she succeeded in fulfilling each and…

Not Awesome

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Thursday’s Special: Cornish Seascape

Originally posted on anotherdayinparadise:
Paula’s Thursday’s Special Challenge is ‘Seascape’. Here is a seascape along the Cornish Coast, which includes a view of the old Towanroath pumping station at Wheal Coates, the old tin mine which lies between Porthtowan and St Agnes. The mine opened in 1802 and was worked until 1889, and in 2006…

#ThursdayDoors — Spencer

Originally posted on joeyfullystated:
When The Mister and I travel to southern Indiana, we always seem to go through Spencer. I’ve been through there many, many times. Like a child I always say the same thing, “This is familiar. Is there a McDonald’s at the end of this street?” Y’all know I like my fountain…