"Of course, now with the coronavirus pandemic, there is even more reason to try to connect and keep spirits high. We know that the people with the toughest jobs right now are those on the frontlines like healthcare workers, grocery store workers, first responders and others... … [Read more...] about Boss accidentally turns herself into potato during video meeting – and can’t undo it
The fourth of five children, Mr Rees-Mogg was born to a wealthy family steeped in the Conservative Party - his late father William Rees-Mogg was a former editor of The Times and was created a life peer in 1988, while his mother Gillian Shakespeare Morris's father was a Tory local government politician. … [Read more...] about Boris to hold his first Cabinet meeting TODAY after only finishing bloodbath reshuffle at midnight as he makes Raab deputy PM and rewards Rees-Mogg and forgives his brother in bid to deliver Brexit
When is Bernie Ecclestone having his fourth child? On April 3, 2020 it was revealed that Bernie was set to become a dad for the fourth time at the grand old age of 89 with wife Fabiana Flosi. … [Read more...] about How many children does Bernie Ecclestone have?
The news came as a surprise to many, as Kyly had told Daily Mail Australia in January 2019: 'We're not, never were and never will be splitting.' … [Read more...] about They’re not hiding anymore! Michael Clarke and Pip Edwards take a stroll around Rose Bay amid dating rumours… six months after the ex-cricketer split from his wife Kyly
The names of the main characters are part of some Christian structure. Basil Ransom is a parodic redeemer - Basil being king, or lord. Olive Chancellor is some kind of judicial authority figure - though I have not seen a satisfactory explanation for her first name. Verena is the spring, and also a Persephone figure, to be rescued from the depths of winter. Mrs Luna, Olive's frivolous sister, and her son Newton are the clearest inhabitants of Henry James Sr's Swedenborgian myth. She is woman as the moon. Swedenborg wrote, "Whence is the wisdom of wise women? Their light might be very great but, is it not reflected from men to whom they act as moons." … [Read more...] about The end of innocence