In this new header, a popular German artist of the 18th century Carl Schwerdgeburth, painted this scene of the Protestant Reformer Martin Luther and his family around a candle-lit Christmas tree.
A blog about writing, society, and life itself
Fun & Fulfillment. Live your best life.
Heritage, it's in our nature.
(you know the rest)
Stories, Excerpts, Backroads
Alberghi, Hotels, contract e altro..
La vie existera tant qu'un regard pourra la contempler
... Soyons... Joyeux !!!
Municipal, Elections, Charlottetown, 2018
Do not believe a thing because many people speak of it
LARRY'S CAMPAIGN 2018
A place for Beards to contemplate and grow their souls.
Tutto iniziò con Memorie di Adriano ..sulle strade dell'Impero Romano, tra foto, storia e racconti! It all began with Memoirs of Hadrian .. on the roads of the Roman Empire among photos, history and stories!
To live is to battle with trolls in the vaults of heart and brain. To write; this is to sit in judgment over one's Self. Henrik Ibsen
Expressions of male masculinity, sensuality, and sexuality.
Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin
The Early Postcards of Prince Edward Island
Newly Single, Exploring Life
A Resource on the Best in Fish and Shellfish
Visit with painter and photographer Terrill Welch
The adventures of a Press Gallery journalist
A Historic England Blog
Landscapes and more by impressionist painter Terrill Welch
Remembering that life is a comedy and the world is a small town.
Telling the stories of the history of the port of Charlottetown and the marine heritage of Northumberland Strait on Canada's East Coast. Winner of the Heritage Award from the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation and a Heritage Preservation Award from the City of Charlottetown
Collections of Fine & Decorative Art & World Class Exhibitions
Explore Your City's Heritage
Stories in words and pictures
So Many Years of Experience But Still Making Mistakes!
two guys making out & trying to make it
backroads, excerpts, photography
Oh, do not ask, “What is it?”/Let us go and make our visit.
Reflections on Canadian Culture From Below the Border
Procrastination is the sincerest form of optimism