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Wednesday December 19, 2018

10:02 The ABC's of Christmas ~ Y »Rose Chintz Cottage
06:08 Cool sunshine expected next couples days across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Wednesday, December 19th 6:00am.. The system that gave the 15-25 cms snow to the island yesterday is now located over southern Newfoundland and continues to move eastward. A north-south oriented ridge of high pressure through Quebec will slide eastward today … Continue reading

Tuesday December 18, 2018

22:01 Snowshoe day »Pedaling PEI
21:01 Diamonds and Rust »justpictureit
photo - Diamonds and Rust

This year, early freezing temps following rain gave me a few more of nature's ice and leaf sculptures.

17:21 Many More Maddigan Postcards »Straitpost - PEI Postcards
In an earlier post I wrote about Grocer R.F. Maddigan’s venture into postcard distribution and provided a visual guide to the cards I knew of at that time.  Since then I have acquired images of a number of additional cards and have revised the visual listing of Maddigan cards for Prince Edward Island to show … Continue reading "Many More Maddigan Postcards"
09:16 5 High-Tech Gifts to Stay Warm this Winter »AmberMac
When the weather outside is frightful, there’s warmth to be found in creative heat-saving tech. Whether your loved ones are outdoors building snow forts or cuddled up inside, keep them snug and toasty with these winter warm-up gift ideas. Sound Huggles Sound Huggles wireless earmuff headphones work double duty to keep your ears warm while […]
09:02 The ABC's of Christmas ~ X »Rose Chintz Cottage
07:09 Snow continues today across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Tuesday, December 18th  7:00am.. A low pressure system located Near Sydney , NS this morning will drift slowly eastward today. Brisk-strong NW winds will develop giving extensive blowing and drifting snow as tempos will fall allowing the snow to become … Continue reading

Monday December 17, 2018

23:01 Snow day »Pedaling PEI
23:00 Pres. Donald Trump looks all set to be “investigated” right out of office! »John Cairns Blog
With the exception of the news that a judge declared Obamacare unconstitutional, it has been a generally lousy few days for Pres. Donald Trump. Last week his ex-lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in jail, and it sounds like he’s really been spilling the beans on Trump and all the goings-on with the...
21:01 Funny Face »justpictureit
photo - Funny Face

I got several shots of these white spiders but only the first two showed the eyes. The third accentuate the body's false face.

16:08 #TheFeed: Driverless Future; Top 10 Tech; & Starbucks + UberEats »AmberMac
 TF163: This week Nicole Scott from Mobile Geeks shares everything you need to know about the driverless future. Also, we talk to Brian Burke from Gartner Research about the top 10 tech trends to expect in 2019. Plus, we examine an app that would better manage your Christmas lights and more hi-tech gift ideas. In […]
14:47 The Flayer - Pinup Version. »The Monkey Rodeo
I felt like doing something a little different for a shoot, originally I wanted to do something really different and fucked up, but the more I thought about it the more I came to the conclusion that really "fucked up" might be too hard to do, so I figured just a little weird work be much easier.

 In the end I thought using The Flayer piece in a sort of pinup shoot might be weird enough for most people, still a little "the usual" for me though.

13:37 Home »Island Musings
A few friends in the US and a couple Canadian friends tease me about my love of this place I call home and I do understand that it can be illogical and sometimes viewed (seemingly) through rose coloured glasses. The article linked below which refers to another place not that far away is a great&ellipsis;Read the full post »
09:02 The ABC's of Christmas - W »Rose Chintz Cottage
06:57 Snow today/tonight/tomorrow expected across PEI. »peistormchaser
Monday, December 17th 6:50am.. An intensifying low pressure system is located near Cape Cod now and is moving NE to be located just off the coast of NS near Halifax this evening. The storm then slowly moves northward across Cape … Continue reading
06:00 That time of year again »Diary of a Squirrel
Regular readers - all five of you - will know that I like to do the occasional comic homage to my good pal, Dave. When I do, I try to draw him in the style of his fabulous and long-running movie review comic, "And yet I blame Hollywood", rather than as another woodland creature.

Dave, as you may recall, has always been a great supporter of my kooky artistic and creative projects, and helped set up this website for DOAS so I could get Squirrel out of my head and out into the World Wide Web. Thanks again, Dave!

Today's comic homage also premieres Dave's husband, Dave, also drawn in the style of AYIBH. 

Welcome to DOAS, Dave! And welcome back, Dave!

Sunday December 16, 2018

22:01 Bee hives »Pedaling PEI
22:01 October Grasses »justpictureit
photo - October Grasses

I showed similar grasses a while ago. Could I say I am featuring more due to popular demand?

15:01 Leard's 1888 Grist Mill »P.E.I. Heritage Buildings
14:37 Absolutely dead – not »Island Musings
Many years ago on a blog now gone I wrote much the same as outlined in this article. I took it a bit further. I contend that when a new life begins it draws its energy from the finite pool of energy. Thus, once our energy is released by death it returns to the&ellipsis;Read the full post »
14:06 The top supermodel in the world? You’re looking at her. Kendall Jenner. »John Cairns Blog
This is more sure-fire proof that being a half-sister to the Kardashians is always a good career move. The list of the top-earning supermodels for 2018 is topped by Kendall Jenner, who earned $22.5 million. Karlie Kloss, best known for being pals with Taylor Swift, is a distant second at $13 mil. I post this...
13:38 Now a few words about DAZN and all its inroads into Canada »John Cairns Blog
I was going to talk about this last week, but since DAZN aired the Canelo Alvarez fight last night (in which he beat up on Rocky Fielding at MSG), I think it’s still timely to talk about the inroads this European company has made into Canada lately, with all the sports rights they are picking...
13:04 Malak: Messenger, Sent One, Angel »Hebrew Word Lessons
Angel/Messenger/Sent One: malak- (masculine noun) (Strong’s 4397) Root: מֲלְאָךְ Sounds like: mal-awk Angels we have Heard on High is a song that gets a lot of air play this time of year. It brings us to that glorious moment in the Bible announcing the Messiah’s arrival on earth: Luke 2:8-14 And there were shepherds residing in… Continue reading Malak: Messenger, Sent One, Angel
09:19 Sunny mild Sunday expected across PEI. Snow tomorrow !! »peistormchaser
Sunday, December 16th 9:15am.. An area of high pressure centered over Maine is drifting eastward and will crest over the island early this afternoon. Sunshine and very light winds are expected with this feature. Clouds will be on the increase … Continue reading

Saturday December 15, 2018

22:00 Purple Sky »justpictureit
photo - Purple Sky

On the night of November 11th we had a purple sunset. I don't have a great property for sunsets and get only a small piece of the sky. A friend who lives on the water told me it was one of the most stunning sunsets she has ever seen.

11:36 At the Kitchen Table »Mumblin Jack (poetry(
You can see clear to the water, Only it’s iced-over down there now And snow-covered, and the restless Winter tides have rumpled it All up at the precarious Edges of shabby capes slumping Like worn mattresses slowly Sloughing bedding to … Continue reading
10:02 The ABC's of Christmas ~ V »Rose Chintz Cottage
09:13 Some sunshine expected later today across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Saturday, December 15th 9:15am… A frontal system is currently giving cloud and light rain across the island this morning. This feature will move off to the east today allowing skies to begin to clear this afternoon. High pressure will build … Continue reading

Friday December 14, 2018

22:01 Cat Head »justpictureit
photo - Cat Head

I have a half length photo of my body with Purrl's head and I can not get it up on SC. It always returns to landscape mode no matter which way I upload it. This way works so I may try the shot this way too. It makes me laugh as Purrl came and sat there while I was photographing landscape. She wanted the shady spot.

14:44 Smart Gift Ideas for Kids: 5 Great STEM Toys »AmberMac
Our friends at Actua Canada have an awesome gift guide that we covered in our recent AmberMac Holiday Guide LIVE special. Here is our video with five of our favorite STEM toys from that list, and you can find the links for each below. Product Links Cozmo Robot by Anki: This cute little robot is one […]
12:53 Bell Offers Free 2 GB Data for People With Disabilities »NJN Network

Bell Mobility will add 2 GB of monthly data to people with disabilities at no extra cost.

The post Bell Offers Free 2 GB Data for People With Disabilities appeared first on NJN Network.

09:32 Assist to Identify *** Video *** »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services are requesting the public's help in identifying the male depicted in the attached video. Anyone with information regarding the identity of this individual may contact police at 902-629-4172 or PEI Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
09:02 The ABC's of Christmas - U »Rose Chintz Cottage
09:01 Snowshoeing »Pedaling PEI
07:30 Motivational, part 4 »Diary of a Squirrel

06:06 Rain/snow beginning tonight along with milder temps expected for PEI.. »peistormchaser
Friday, December 14th 6:00am.. An area of high pressure centered just south of NS this morning is drifting eastward today. This feature will give sunshine to the island this morning along with moderating temperatures as winds shift to the SW. … Continue reading

Thursday December 13, 2018

21:01 Beach Blanket »justpictureit
photo - Beach Blanket

Dylan Day

17:47 Community Notices »Women's Equality PEI
Welcome to our Community Events and Notices E-News for Thursday, December 13, 2018 Members & Staff of the PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women wish you, your families, and your loved ones a season of peace & goodwill. Our weekly community events notices will return on Thursday, January 3, 2019. We look forward […]
16:59 Early winter - Confederation Bridge and Summserside PEI »nathan rochford:blog

Early winter - Confederation Bridge and Summserside PEI

16:53 Thank You Card – December 6, 2018 »Women's Equality PEI
Sincere and heartfelt appreciation to everyone who attended the 29th Montreal Massacre Memorial Service on December 6, 2018. The service was a beautiful and moving reminder of suffering, injustice and the resilience of women. We will not forget the 14 women who died in Montreal and the 10 women who died on PEI since 1989. […]
14:13 Armed Robbery - Charges Laid »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services Street Crime Unit has laid charges in connection with the armed robbery that occurred at the Capital Convenience and Smoke Shop on November 28th 2018. The armed robbery prompted Police to issue a media release with video asking the public for assistance in identifying the male suspect. A 23 year old Emyvale man has been charged with one count of armed robbery contrary to section 343(d) of the Criminal Code of Canada and one count of wearing a mask while committing an offence contrary to section 353(2). The accused has been released from custody with conditions and will appear in Provincial Court at a later date.
10:02 ABC's of Christmas ~ T »Rose Chintz Cottage
10:01 Rustic Woodland Christmas in our Bedroom »Aiken House & Gardens
07:13 Flurries ending this morning across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Thursday, December 13th 7:15am.. A ridge of high pressure is currently located over Maine this morning and is drifting eastward cresting over the island this evening. The cloud and flurries will come to an end this morning as this feature … Continue reading

Wednesday December 12, 2018

23:51 Congrats, politically correct people, you’ve just made a hit out of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”! »John Cairns Blog
The attempt by the politically-correct fascists to censor “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and get it banned from radio playlists over its “problematic” Bill Cosby-esque lyrics (what’s in this drink?) is turning into a failure. Everyone sees it now for what it is: repressionism. Just the other day, CBC Radio had to walk back on its...
21:12 Time for judgement »Acts of Volition
During a discussion with Kara Swisher on the Recode Decode podcast, Ezra Klein said: “[Time] creates space where judgement can creep in.” — Ezra Klein on the Recode Decode podcast Ezra was speaking about the pace of the journalistic process. While he enjoys the immediacy of blogging, he has learned to value the more measured … 
21:01 Roundabout »Pedaling PEI
21:01 Two in the Water »justpictureit
photo - Two in the Water

Now a smile:

19:35 Stepping Up Against Gender Violence – Paxton Caseley Memorial Service Address »Women's Equality PEI
If I ask you to think about an example of gender-based violence, it’s likely that for most of us, some of the first things that come to mind are the tragedies and more explosive events that leave their mark on individuals, families, and at times their communities. But the sad reality is that violence begins much earlier. It […]
19:19 2018 Memorial Service Gallery »Women's Equality PEI
The selection of photos below are from the December 6, 2018 Memorial Service for Victims of Violence held at the Confederation Centre of the Arts (venue sponsor). Thanks to everyone who attended the service and participated in the 2018 Purple Ribbon Campaign Against Violence. We remember 1989 29 Years Since the Montreal Massacre If you […]
15:29 Chaos in the UK as Theresa May fights to keep her job »John Cairns Blog
I have wasted my day following the drama in the United Kingdom as Tory backbench dissidents have forced a confidence vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s leadership, soon after she pulled a vote on the Brexit deal that was scheduled for this week. What chaos over there. The vote has been going on as we...
14:54 Christmas Adjacent Music »Acts of Volition
I have a complicated relationship with Christmas music. For the most part, I don’t like it. That said, there are a few Christmas classics that I do enjoy. Over a decade ago, I even assembled an episode of my (currently hibernating) music podcast dedicated to Christmas songs. I also see how much joy my kids … 
13:37 Assist to Identify *** Video *** »Charlottetown Police Police Reports
Charlottetown Police Services are requesting the public's help in identifying the male depicted in the attached video. Anyone with information regarding the identity of this individual may contact police at 902-629-4172 or PEI Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).