Whether you’re an accomplished pianist or have never put your fingers on the ivories, I suggest you try “keyboard musing.” Click the link to find out what this is and how it can transform your musical practice into fun and a little enchantment!
A list of philosophical problems we still need answers to, a giant fantastical techscape, a hilarious article about how having a toddler is like having a frat party in your house, and a file-decompression utility, all behind the click!
Today we’ll look at the last part of “porting in” a strategy–testing out cards before you officially buy them! Here’s how to test a deck using both paper proxies and virtual proxies so you know what to buy!
Even today, many people still do not understand “what the fuss is all about” when it comes to Jesus’ crucifixion. This post is my attempt at explaining why and how Jesus’ sacrifice means so much to us, even 2,000 years later.
I completely redid this old post, transforming it from a text-heavy writeup to a pictorial review of my style, with more Pinterest links than you could shake a hairbrush at! Click to see the amazingness!
Don’t think music and webdesign really go together all that well? This post might just change your mind!
If you have ever thought that your talents weren’t good enough to be considered “art,” prepare to be pleasantly surprised by this blog post!
8 common first-aid mistakes, funny cat behavior guidelines (that I’m sure my cat follows! LOL), a rare advice site for girl gamers, and a free Wiki website builder–click to see these 4 links!
Once you’ve decided to try an old favorite strategy in a new collectible game, you have to start searching the new game for cards (or pieces) that match up. Here’s an example of that kind of search!
Today, we’ll be looking at a really strangely-worded piece of advice from Jesus in the Book of Matthew–but, as you’ll see, it’s actually REALLY sound advice from Jesus on the modern Christian life!