KRM Creations A shirt that I made for my son Michael Harris.
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Hey mersquad coven! I’m back with another book tour for Hear Our Voices! I actually read this book earlier back in July and for some reason I forgot to actually write down my review back then? Ugh so bear with me as I try to put my thoughts into coherent sentences for you here. Thanks […]Continue reading “Blog Tour: Now That I’ve Found You by Kristina Forest | Review + #OwnVoices Reflection — Sometimes Leelynn Reads”
Jackrabbits can reach a speed of fifty miles per hour and can leap as far as twenty feet.
The first Olympic games only had one event – a foot race.
This seal clearly enjoys being the centre of attention as well as being part of a very interesting tutorial on seals and their behaviour.. amazing to be up so close and personal. Uploaded by Lynton Jennings Smorgasbord Afternoon Video – A seal plays his part in a boat trip. — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
Author: Bryna Butler Narrator: James Fouhey Length: 4 hours 40 minutes Series: Mothman Mysteries, Book 1 Publisher: Swancrest Publishing Genre: Paranormal Mystery; YA #AudioTour “Wrong Side of the Grave (Mothman Mysteries Book 1)” by Bryna Butler — Nesie’s Place
Of all the music stars presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden could have spoken with in advance of the party’s national convention this week, Cardi B is certainly one of the most unfiltered. “I have a whole list of things that I want and I wish and I desire for our next president to root… CardiContinue reading “Cardi B and Joe Biden Talk Presidential Election, Coronavirus, Police Brutality and More (Watch) — Variety”
* The Head-of-Gary Hill, otherwise known, these days, as Callanish II… provided us with a rest-up place for the night. * Continue reading at France and Vincent Calanais: Cnoc Ceann a’Gharaidh… — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo
Most people’s personal experience with seismographs begins and ends with simple childhood science experiments. Watching a pendulum make erratic marks on a piece of paper while your classmates banged on the table gave you an idea on how the device worked, and there’s an excellent chance that’s the last time you gave the concept much… YourContinue reading “Your Phone is Now Helping to Detect Earthquakes — Hackaday”