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A Little Thing Called Stories - Autobiographies galore

I never used to really be a fan of factual books as I used to relate them to school work and
believed that books that you read for fun should be fiction. 1,030 more words


A Little Thing Called Stories -All Things Adventure

If there is one thing I love from a book that’s factual is the adventure. My main area of interest when it comes to adventure is the big white continent, Antarctica and also the freezing North, The Arctic. 603 more words


God Chooses Us As We Are.

Let’s dig into our first scripture.

Matthew 4:18-22

18 As he walked by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon, who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the lake—for they were fishermen.  3,325 more words


Week 4 

First week of eating like Bear nearly got off to a shaky start, Monday saw me in an all day team “workshop” with lunch provided, a potential minefield of white bread, pastries and all kinds of nutrient shy foods. 313 more words

Week 3 - you get out what you put in 

Pretty useless effort this week on account of an epic case of man flu striking me down on Wednesday.

I moped around in typical man fashion, frustrated at missing workouts but then got to thinking about why I was ill. 358 more words

The Vicar of Harfinsain

They were in shock! It was so sudden and unexpected. Well, perhaps not unexpected as much as sudden. The half insane Edie Penrhyn of Harfinsain was dead.  1,970 more words

Story Corner

9 celebrities in the crowd for Roger Federer's Wimbledon match

Remember Mr. Strawberry, that delightful man who donned a synthetic fruit costume and went to Wimbledon over the weekend? He wasn’t the only celebrity who wanted to watch some great tennis: the stands are stacked with famous people on Wednesday, most of whom showed up to watch Federer’s quarterfinals match against Croatia’s Marin Čilić.  296 more words