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My son, the triathlete...

You may know my son’s story. For once, I have no problem repeating it for those who do not. I have a very good reason for it that I have been bursting to share! 736 more words

Surviving Brain Injury

Richard Ankers reblogged this on Richard Ankers and commented:

Read and be amazed. True story, and worth every bit of attention it can receive.

Capricorn, With Love

The Desert Muses is thrilled to announce our second July guest blogger. Please help me welcome paranormal romance author Pamela Moran.

The paranormal has always fascinated me. 368 more words


Our second Merchant City Festival gig is SPINNING COIN

Our second Merchant City Festival tour is on Thursday 30th July at 2pm.

Starting off at the Old Fruitmarket, we take a walk through the musical past and present of the Merchant City and East End. 354 more words

Gigs In Glasgow

A Wedding Photographer’s Search for a Wedding Photographer - Part Three

We’re back this week the 3rd installment of Guest Blogger Libby Clark’s diary series, opening the pages on her own search for a wedding photographer. We’ve spoken about the budget, we’ve touched on how difficult it can be to find exactly what you’re looking for in a saturated market and even how with tools such as Google we’re still presented with far too much choice! 1,180 more words


She Goes On - Guest post by Sarah

If you have followed my blogging for a while you would be familiar with my posts about my mother, who passed away in 2008. I have struggled with her death, … 1,140 more words


home: an american familial haven (blue eye diy)

Guys, please welcome Letisha and her lovely and oh-so-comforting American home to Hello, Scarlett Blog. Letisha’s blog, Blue Eye DIY, is self-described as “where lipstick meets sawdust.” It is there where you can find the most amazing creative projects to beautify your home. 626 more words


Empire? Wordpress? I'm under siege

For reasons unbeknownst to me the design of my blog changed and cannot be changed back to my custom design. (There you go, things always change only after complaining a lot. 133 more words