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"The Effort Really Pays Off!" (Family Fridays)

¡Feliz viernes, amiga@s! We took a little break from Family Fridays, but I’m back again, and very excited, to introduce you to fellow blogger and bilingual mamá, Cristina. 930 more words


What's the point of a "travel blog" if you don't actually travel?? And also, SPAIN.

I get a kick out of things I see on the internet, the title of this entry being one of those things. I could spend a few minutes typing out a grammatically stunted entry of uselessness about one of many trips I took to Geneva when I was ten, but what’s the fun in that? 873 more words

Declan Kearney calls for talks to build left wing alliance

Sinn Féin chairperson Declan Kearney has called for formal discussions to build a left wing alternative alliance in Ireland.

The South Antrim Westminster election candidate said; 240 more words


Man City's Pellegrini hopes stamping ban will change "top player" Costa

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini took the microphone shortly after it was announced that Chelsea’s Diego Costa would miss Saturday’s critical match with a suspension for stamping Emre Can in the… 246 more words

Barclays Premier League

those evenings in Spain, my old home

On a side street of a faded empire

I dried my clothes on a line

as the breeze turned them into stiff cardboard

those cañas, sidras, 50 euro cent vinegary wine… 144 more words

Te pones una tirita y... ¡tarapún!

Spain is the country leader in organ donations worldwide.

There is a new campaign now on bone marrow donation with this adorable kid called Daniel. 69 more words

The real deflate-gate saga

Tom Brady’s football was better inflated than this global economy.

Every day this week we have seen a sovereign nation cheapen its currency.

Russia today cut its interest rate by 2 percentage points to “ease” inflation fears. 222 more words