Alright, I went to London four weeks ago, so I will try and write all I have from my memory of this great place!
Andie, Thalia and I left for the airport early in the Friday morning. 559 more words
Man, I have not written about anything nonbiblical I have read in a long time. I was on a little bit of a George Eliot kick for a while: we read Silas Marner in a course I was taking on 19th-century literature, and then I read Daniel Deronda to be a bit in the loop on my parents’ book group, but the word was that Middlemarch was really her magnum opus, so that ws next on the list. 428 more words
In the midst of packing to go home for Christmas, for which I’ve had to pay Ryanair for an emergency extra suitcase, I’m beginning to get a good handle on the things I’m glad I brought with me and the stuff I might as well have left at home. 1,061 more words
Being an anglophile & having learnt about all the atrocities of the Indian freedom struggle since childhood, my mind is conflicted.
The one thing the Peshawar attacks have taught me are that it’s not the countries that hate each other, but it’s the select group of people so influential and conniving, smart enough to sway minds that don’t have established independent opinions. 76 more words
(PIX11) — A British man who idolized Kim Kardashian spent thousands of dollars to look like the socialite.
Make-up artist Jordan James Parke, 23, spent… 382 more words