This is Part 2 of a series Part 1: So Where Are The Thick Romance Heroines? Part 2: Slender Is A Status Symbol ___ The Ultimate Decider. I’ve been thinking rather hard about thick v’s thin. There’s been images of “thick” women on Facebook that caught my attention, and I posted about them, here, and […]
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This is Part 2 of a series Part 1: So Where Are The Thick Romance Heroines? ___ Slender Is A Status Symbol I’ve been thinking a lot about thick vs thin lately. I spoke about this the other day – thanks to the new “thick girls” idea, it’s sitting at the front of my brain.
VE Day – Victory in Europe Day – marks the end of the European hostilities of World War II. The Japanese would take another three months to surrender. While there are huge numbers of monuments dedicated to ensuring we never forget the wars and battles we have fought, it seems odd that we don’t celebrate
It must be because I grew up hearing the stories about what Australian and New Zealand troops achieved (and died achieving) during the First and Second World Wars, that Anzac Day tends to register in my consciousness more than Rememberance Day ever does, even living here in North America. In Australia, Anzac Day is a
Mark here. So, I’m about to leave for a three day wrestling road trip and Tracy’s getting ready. Having me on the road for three days means that she gets three days of uninterrupted writing time. And she wants to make the most of it. That means it’s time to clear the decks – get
So Mark hits me with the news that he had to pick up some wrestler from the airport at the crack of dawn on Saturday, and because they’re not heading to Red Deer for the evening’s show until noon (Red Deer is only a couple of hours south of here), said wrestler would have to