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Creme Brulee

What is your favorite dessert? I am not much of a sweets person, but I really do love me some creme brulee. And I was shocked to find that I hadn’t yet shared my award-winning creme brulee recipe here. 1,204 more words

-- Another cover-up: new UK study finds 110 MoD nuke accidents -- 4X higher than reported by govt.

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February 23, 2017

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The UK Ministry of Defense has been accused of downplaying the real dangers stemming from the UK nuclear deterrent after the report by a safety watchdog put the number of accidents, involving British nukes, at 110, four times higher the official count. 696 more words

'People connect to the bad': Theo Fleury applauds Regina play based on his life

The Globe Theatre’s much anticipated production “Playing with Fire: The Theo Fleury Story” premiered in Regina on Tuesday night.

The play is based on the best-selling book by former Stanley Cup and gold medalist winner.   911 more words


Playing with Fire: On Sale NOW 

Are you willing to play with fire?
Chante Wright has it all; a beautiful family, a great job, and wonderful friends and family. her only weakness, is not being satisfied. 143 more words


had a meltdown and embarrassed myself...

Omg. So…I had to have blood drawn as part of my onboarding, so they can check that I’ve got all the proper vaccinations/immunities…

It was horrible. 733 more words

Stream of Consciousness Saturday: "So/Sew/Sow"

So, when are you moving back home.”

Corrin glanced over at her brother. “Who said I was?”

“Well, you finally told us the truth about getting kicked out of school. 386 more words


Review of Playing with Fire: Dragons of the Darkblood Secret Society by Meg Ripley

“Meeting you was a wonderful, unexpected, fantastic surprise.”

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 194 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

I’ve always done my best to work hard and stand apart from my father’s shadow, but it seemed like he was setting me up to fail. 384 more words