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Make This Cocktail: Hurricane


Liquor.com refers to the Hurricane as a “high-octane fruit bomb,” invented in the 1940s at Pat O’Brien’s in New Orleans, and the perfect excuse to drink out of a glass shaped like the chimney globe of a hurricane lamp. 72 more words



Red ribbons fluttered in the breeze heralding the approach of the storm.

We lashed down what we could before the category five nightmare was upon us. 81 more words


June 27th, 2020

Jonathots, Jr. Daily Blog

(Number 2518)

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Social Commentary

Natural Calamities - Uncertainty and different Possibilities.

Nature is a divine power and we humans still face challenges to fight back its cruelty and become tougher to survive during its duration and the time after it’s gone. 584 more words


First day at the beach after quarantine

I have been waiting for this for months, I was afraid it wouldn’t be possible this summer but the day finally came. When I remembered we were going to the beach today, I didn’t think twice about getting out of bed. 483 more words


Review: Hurricane

For tonight’s bedtime story, T picked out Hurricane by David Wiesner.

Hurricane begins with two brothers, David and George, stucked inside as a hurricane passes by. 163 more words