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Catholic Mini-Books for Evangelization and Education

I love books. I love writing and graphic design. And I especially love being Catholic. If you are like that too, then making mini-books is definitely a project for you. 573 more words


Trenčianske Teplice and a past worth remembering

Snugly tucked in between two hills at the foot of the Strážovské vrchy mountains, along the river Teplička, one can find a small city called Trenčianske Teplice. 604 more words


Proverbial Thursday - World Proverbs

I find there to be profound wisdom in proverbs, sayings and quotes and I marvel at the way they are so succinct in communicating messages to the reader. 220 more words


Great British traditions: the queen’s tweeter and runners in fancy dress

Madge, as my friend R. calls her royal Madge-esty, was recently looking for someone to handle her Twitter account.

You didn’t think the queen would do her own tweeting, did you? 627 more words

Americans In Britain

Reinventing the Wheel!

Sorry this is 4 months too late  – but it’s about Christmas  enjoy !

Ah so it’s that time of year again where everyone makes that extra bit more effort to get along , over spend and stuff their faces only to regret it in January  – Yes I’m talking about the one and old undisputed heavyweight champion of all the holidays known as Christmas !   523 more words

The History of Crafting

Contributor post by Catherine from DesignsbyCnC

Crafting has always been a human activity.  We are driven to create for many different reasons sometimes by need, challenge, spiritual or the drive for artistic expression. 759 more words

Focus Of The Month

The egg, the whip and the fire truck

It is Easter! That means bunnies, finding hidden Easter eggs and watching the 500th rerun of Jesus Christ Superstar or the like. That is, of course, if you are not living in Slovakia. 835 more words