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Recipe - Black IPA

Having bought too much of the 2013 hop crops I brewed yet another IPA –  but this time with a twist. “Black IPA’s” are a relatively new style of IPA’s that have gained some popularity in the states. 506 more words


The Oldest Surviving Map of the Holy Land

In 1884, in the city of Madaba, Jordan, an ancient floor mosaic was discovered in the ruins of a long-abandoned Byzantine church.  Containing millions of tiny tesserae, the mosaic depicted important locations of the Middle East, including Jerusalem, the Jordan River, the Dead Sea, Mt. 453 more words


My Latest Project...

This weekend marks the one year point in my husband’s command.  I know that my role in his squadron is somewhat minimal.  I have a few talents, one of them is drawing, and I like to say that I’m a little bit creative.   199 more words


Exploring Jerash

Day 5 – 22nd May 2015

After our time at the World Economic Forum on Middle East and North Africa at the Dead Sea (more of that soon!), we headed back to the hotel to freshen up and got down to the lobby around 2pm. 91 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

Not everything that is broken is finished

Broken could be an opportunity to be restored or reused for a work of art.

Don’t let being broken discourage you.

Weekly Photo Challenge

Janice Murphy: Proud to be a part of the Hannah & Friends family

Janice Murphy is a direct care associate at the Hannah & Friends neighborhood in South Bend. She recalls her experience with Mosaic over the past four years. 641 more words

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