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Era de esperarse que Watson fuera una persona cobarde. Pero traicionera? Nunca.

Los edificios pasaban a toda velocidad a través de la ventana creando un mosaico una mezcla de colores y luces, una sopa citadina. 950 more words

Watson and Family Pics

Today I want to share a new sweater that I made in May.  I love the pattern and color of the yarn.  The pattern is… 293 more words

Family

Awesome Cosplay Of The Day: Power Girl

Since the inmates are running the asylum today, you get a Jimmy approved cosplay of a bunch of random women dressed as Power Girl. This post is not Jenny endorsed, but is not potentially vomit inducing like some of the cosplay Watson posts. 37 more words

General Geekery

Hello world!

With the women’s football world cup in full swing and Heather Watson smashing her way through Wimbledon, I decided it was time to start writing. I’m not here to challenge the pay gap, or inequality, it’s just little old me writing about all things sporty from a woman’s perspective.. 211 more words

Murray

New Mystery for Review: Sherlock Holmes and The Sword of Osman by Tim Symonds

It’s 1906. Far from England, the Ottoman Empire ruled by the despotic Sultan Abd-ul-Hamid 11 is on the verge of imploding. Rival Great Powers, especially Kaiser Wilhelm’s Germany, sit watching like crows on a fence, ready to rush in to carve up the vast territories, menacing England’s vital overland routes to her Indian possessions. 159 more words

Books

Wimbledon 2015 - Four to watch on Friday

Stan Wawrinka (4) v Fernando Verdasco

These two have taken contrasting routes to reach the last 32. Wawrinka was merciless in dispatching Joao Sousa and Victor Estrella Burgos, hitting 84 winners (including 40 aces) in total, and has not been broken. 669 more words

Wimbledon

I Got In

A few postings ago, I went on a rant about belonging to USC. Well, I got in. Me, I got into USC. I looked and closed the email three different times just to realize I am one lucky bitch. 457 more words