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Comment on bowties with sugar snaps, lemon and ricotta by Suzie

I made this with asparagus and added basil in addition to the mint. Yum! Springtime in a bowl!
Tags: Food, Suzie


Suzie & Matt’s Joyful Autumn Wedding at Abbotsford Convent

Suzie & Matt There is a reason I adore autumn for weddings so much, and I have to tell you; Suzie and Matt’s beautiful Abbotsford Convent day is why! It’s all about fiery, autumn-coloured backdrops, bouquets of vibrant, red leaves, the smuggling of fluffy jackets, deep tones of emerald green, burgundy and orange and amazingly crisp days. Yes, I do think this wedding is a beautiful example of autumn weddings done right. Continue reading Suzie & Matt’s Joyful Autumn Wedding at Abbotsford Convent ...
Tags: Wedding, Australia - Victoria, Bride, Matt, Suzie, Inspired Weddings, Abbotsford Convent, The Autumn Issue, Suzie Matt There, Suzie Matt


How Science Can Help Your Love to Last

With Valentine’s Day approaching, I’ve started to think about how I might celebrate with my husband of 27 years—and about our relationship in general. We’ve always enjoyed being romantic, but we’ve also settled into a more comfortable routine with fewer surprises. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but there’s always room for nurturing our passion for one another and keeping our relationship strong. Loving, committed relationships require ongoing effort, just like staying in shape requires reg...
Tags: Parenting, Philadelphia, James, Aristotle, Martin Seligman, Suzie, Jill Suttie, Barbara Fredrickson, Christopher Peterson, James Pawelski, Suzann Pileggi Pawelski


Critic’s Pick: ‘Peterloo’ Review: Political Violence of the Past Mirrors the Present

Mike Leigh’s historical drama has the sweep of Tolstoy and the bustling energy of Dickens.
Tags: Movies, News, Pope, Mike Leigh, Johnson, Dick, Tolstoy, Gary, Mike, Peake, Karl, Kinnear, Rory, Leigh, Davies, Maxine


Three Ways to Gain a Plenary Indulgence Before Easter

One August morning, several years ago, I went to 8 a.m. daily Mass with my two young children. In front of us sat some students from our local Catholic university. On the way back from receiving Communion, my children and I walked past the students. Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed that one of the girls was smiling at my children as we passed by her. It wasn’t the kind of thing that would normally catch my attention, but there was something special, even holy, in her smile. She was radiant...
Tags: Featured, Religion, Lent, Jesus, Christ, Easter, Matthew, Jesus Christ, Mark, Suzie, Cross, Faith & Spirituality, Indulgences, David your prophet


Comment on crisp salted oatmeal white chocolate cookies by Suzie

I have made these many times and ADORE them. One of my favorite versions of this cookie is to sub apricots and toasted chopped almonds for the white chocolate – or use all three! So good.
Tags: Food, Suzie


The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen from Black Directors

(Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. This week we give a nod towards Black History Month with a look at some of the best, little-seen films from black filmmakers.) Great films and filmmakers are worth celebrating all year round, but we live in a world that likes to categorize and quantify, meaning February has been designated as Black History Month (and Women in Horror month too f...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Features, Chicago, Beyond The Lights, Belle, Collins, Black History Month, South, Tyler Perry, Hogan, Gideon, Glover, Suzie, Nina, Danny Glover


Love and Politics Go Awry in James Sturm's 'Off Season'

None Three things I strongly suspect are true about graphic novelist James Sturm: he is or has been married, he has kids, he doesn't have a dog head. Of the three, I'm least certain of the last. I also really, really hope he didn't vote for Jill Stein instead of Hillary Clinton in 2016, but honestly I have no idea. The latter comment is oddly central to Off Season, a graphic novel set in the aftermath of the 2016 US presidential election, which both frames and represents the marital turmoil of...
Tags: Comics, Music, Florida, Review, US, Book Review, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Hillary, George W Bush, Barry, Clinton, Al Gore, Suzie, Jill Stein, Sturm


Comment on gramercy tavern’s gingerbread by Suzie

May I ask how long you baked the sheet cake?
Tags: Food, Suzie


New Teaser Reveals Stranger Things 3 Episode Titles

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New teaser reveals Stranger Things 3 episode titles Netflix has released a new teaser trailer for Stranger Things season 3. While the trailer doesn’t show any actual footage, it plays the series’ now-iconic theme song, while the names of the third season’s episodes are revealed. The titles are as follows: “Suzie, Do You Copy?, “The Mall Rats,” “The Case of the Missing Lifeguard,” “The Sauna Test,” “The Source,” “The Birthday,” “The Bite” and “The Battle of Starcourt.” You ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Producers Guild of America, Heather, Suzie, Cary Elwes, Kline, Winona Ryder, Dan Cohen, Shawn Levy, ComingSoon, Stranger Things, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Caleb McLaughlin


‘Stranger Things 3’ Episode Titles Revealed, But What Do They Mean?

Stranger Things 3 interrupted everyone’s Sunday night to announce all of the episode titles for the upcoming third season hitting Netflix sometime in 2019. This is the first time that a season of Stranger Things takes place in the summer instead of during the school year, so that will certainly shake things up a bit, and the episode titles offer some insight into what we can expect from the eight episodes coming this season. Find out the Stranger Things 3 episode titles and our speculation abou...
Tags: Television, Movies, Uncategorized, Sci-fi, Netflix, Heather, Suzie, Barb, Stranger Things, Reale, Millie Bobby Brown, Hawkins Indiana, Hopper David Harbour, Will Noah Schnapp, Max Sadie Sink, Stranger Things 3


Suzie McGuire joins Nation Radio in Scotland

Suzie McGuire is joining 96.3 Nation Radio in Scotland to host weekend programmes. The former Radio Clyde and West Sound presenter will present every Saturday and Sunday from 10am till 2pm starting this weekend, 24th November. Suzie said; “I was listening to Nation Radio in the car singing along to the songs and thought ‘I love this new station – I should be on it!’. So, I messaged them and here I am. I love Nation’s wide variety of music, the fact it plays more music than anyone else and tha...
Tags: Top, Scotland, People, Radio, Glasgow, Suzie, Personalities, Nation Radio, Neil Greenslade, Radio Clyde, Brian Woolfson, Suzie Mcguire, West Sound, Emap Bauer


Business Life and Spiritual Journey – Separate or Together?

Keeping business and spiritual life separate For many years I’ve kept my working or business life and my spiritual journey effectively separate. I don’t think I was unusual in this. In fact, I think it was and is the norm. Which did not make it good. Looking back, I feel that was an unfortunate, unhealthy disconnect between a large part of my life – working, doing business – and what more directly feeds my soul, my spiritual life. The other day I described to someone the feeling I had about th...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Online Business, Seo, Damascus, Suzie, Spiritual Journey, Affiiliate Marketing


Business Life and Spiritual Journey – Separate or Together? - Des Walsh

Keeping business and spiritual life separate For many years I’ve kept my working or business life and my spiritual journey effectively separate. I don’t think I was unusual in this. In fact, I think it was and is the norm. Which did not make it good. Looking back, I feel that was an unfortunate, unhealthy disconnect between a large part of my life – working, doing business – and what more directly feeds my soul, my spiritual life. The other day I described to someone the feeling I had about th...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Online Business, Seo, Damascus, Suzie, Des Walsh, Spiritual Journey, Affiiliate Marketing


Comment on silky cauliflower soup by Suzie

Made this for the second time today. Really comforting and delicious. First time I made it I found it slightly bland, so this time I added some dried thyme before simmering as well as some freshly grated nutmeg at the end. Was very pleased with the result!
Tags: Food, Suzie


The Sanctity of a Cemetery: Remembering Souls Who Need Prayers

A few days ago, I felt the weight of the world on my shoulders. Everything in life felt too much, too hard, too overwhelming. Objectively, I knew things could have been much worse; yet my mind felt clouded and heavy. No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t shake the darkness. It was the first cool day of autumn, so I put on a jacket and went for a walk in the loveliest place in our town, hoping it would clear my head. I’ve written about this place before — an old cemetery not far from my house. T...
Tags: Featured, Religion, David, Catholic Church, Harry, Jesus, William, Cemetery, Christ, Matthew, Mark, Cora, Suzie, David Myers, All Souls, Faith & Spirituality


5 Great Science Fiction and Fantasy Books That Demand a Film or Television Adaptation

There’s been a growing trend of networks and studios developing science fiction and fantasy books for TV or film. The 2018-19 television season alone includes at least five new ones—Justin Cronin’s The Passage on Fox, George R.R. Martin’s Nightflyers on SyFy, Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens on Amazon Prime, Daniel O’Malley’s The Rook on Starz, and Joe Hill’s NOS4A2 on AMC—and networks have several others they have optioned or have in development (just a few are Nnedi Okorafor’s Who Fears Death on HBO...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Amc, Neil Gaiman, Amazon Prime, Features, Starz, Philip K Dick, Peter Jackson, Victor, Becky Chambers, Joe Hill, Tom, George R R Martin, Milo


Comment on peanut butter swirled brownies by Suzie

I’ve made these twice in the last couple of months, most recently yesterday. They are DELICIOUS! I followed the recipe exactly, and also made sure that all my ingredients were room temperature. They took about 33-34 minutes to bake. So good I’m going to have to freeze them so I don’t eat them all!
Tags: Food, Suzie


Four Times Too Many...

Suzie and Ann were having coffee together and Ann was depressed. "What's wrong?" Suzie asked. "I was married four times in five years and every one of my husbands passed away," replied Ann. Suzie asked, "What did they do for a living?" "Well, said Ann, my first husband was a millionaire, the second was an actor, the third was an evangelist, and the fourth was a mortician." Suzie, with a sly grin said, "Oh, I see, one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready, and four to go..." Receive...
Tags: Humor, ANN, Suzie, Ann Suzie


Comment on peanut butter swirled brownies by Suzie

How long did you bake the doubled recipe?
Tags: Food, Suzie


Let’s Stop Saying “I’ll Pray For You” and Try This Instead

Suzie came to the edge of the stage and asked if I needed anything before I spoke to the women filling the seats. I had almost everything that I needed. Microphone. Check. Water. Check. Outline. Check. Tissues (because I almost always cry a little when I talk about Jesus). Check. But I needed one more thing. So when Suzie asked me if I needed anything, I told her what I needed most of all: “Prayer.” She nodded, promised to pray, and then started to walk. But she didn’t walk away; she walked to t...
Tags: Facebook, Inspiration, Iowa, Jesus, Matthew, Tiffany, Suzie


Google Ads, helping small businesses do more

We first offered ads on Google nearly 18 years ago to help people connect with businesses online. Since then, a lot has changed. People now search for what they want from their phones, discover places on Google Maps, watch videos on YouTube, all while on the go. Today , formerly known as Google AdWords, as our effort to help businesses of all sizes connect with relevant customers across all of our channels and partner sites.With the introduction of Google Ads, small business can now use Smart c...
Tags: Google, US, Chicago, Google Maps, Dylan, Suzie, Alexandria Va, Suzie Mills, Dylan Lipe, BBQ Supply Co, Google Ipsos Connect SMB


What To Do in a Crisis of Faith

Suzanne (Suzie) Eller knows that a confidence crisis can hit any of us unexpectedly. It can creep into our closest relationships. It can sneak up as we look in the mirror and feel ill-equipped or less than. Sometimes a loved one’s confidence crisis can spark one of our own, especially if they lose confidence in their faith. In her new book, The Spirit-Led Heart, Suzie shares a promise Jesus made. He said that we would have a Helper, one that would be with us always—even when our confidence feel...
Tags: Books, Religion, Guest Posts, Faith, Jesus, God, John, Richard, Christ, Luke, Suzie, Bethany House, Missing Him, Suzie Eller, Suzanne Suzie Eller, Life of Love


Tweed Jackets: The Answer to Horticulture’s Waning Reputation?

The Problem of Looking Stupid Shovel, soil, sweat, is digging a hole as mindless as it looks? Here’s how to look stupid: start digging a hole. Einstein, himself, would look like an idiot while digging a hole. All through history, people have needed holes, and no one has ever looked smart digging one. And no one has ever stood near a digging person, eagerly observing and taking notes, in order to better themselves. Unfortunately for horticulturists, we dig holes, often in full view of people...
Tags: Gardening, Einstein, Suzie, EAB, Shut Up and Dig, Ministry of Controversy, Scott Beuerlein


How AI Will Get You More Time Each Week

Would you like more time each day? How will you get it? AI. The workplace is evolving at a breakneck pace. And as work becomes more technical and automated, analytics become even more essential. We all want the best workers, we all want to help our people grow and evolve, which is why leaders who leverage insights via analytics have peak performance, high engagement and innovation and optimal retention of their employees. What We Need More Of According to Microsoft’s extensive research, that I ...
Tags: Microsoft, byline=Christine Comaford, Christine Comaford, Suzie, New York Times New Work Summit, Workplace Analytics, Low Value Activities, Organization Workplace Analytics, MyAnalytics Workplace Analytics


A Quick 18 with Jody Fanagan

Jody Fanagan in action during the past champions' day at Lahinch in 2017. Picture: Brian Arthur He was a rock for foursomes partner Pádraig Harrington — famously beating Tiger Woods and John Harris together in Great Britain and Ireland's 1995 Walker Cup win at Royal Porthcawl. But for all his success, which included Championship wins in the “West” at Enniscrone and the "South" at ...
Tags: UK, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Portugal, Harry, Padraig Harrington, Pebble Beach, Stephen, Alison, Joe, Great Britain, Robert, Suzie, John Harris, Lahinch


Ryan Seacrest's Accuser Speaks Out Again In Damning THR Guest Column: 'Ryan, Stop Trying To Bully Me'

The accuser who spoke out against Ryan Seacrest claiming to be the victim of sexual misconduct from the popular Hollywood host is speaking out again, and her message is just as strong as before: she won't be intimidated. In an op-ed guest column in The Hollywood Reporter, Suzie Hardy -- the personal stylist who first accused Seacrest of sexual misconduct weeks ago -- shares more details and describes the fall-out that hit her after her public accusation of the TV man, and it's time to take her s...
Tags: Celebs, Hollywood, Nbc, Congress, Abc, Ryan Seacrest, Nbc Universal, Times Square, Taraji P Henson, Ryan, Kelly Ripa, Suzie, Seacrest, Dennis Van Tine, Suzie Hardy, Grammys Golden Globes


Album Review: Erica Blinn, “Better Than Gold”

In the same methodical way she takes apart engines and makes them roadworthy again, Erica Blinn constructs American rock songs, one earnest melody at a time. She forces Midwestern air through beat-up harmonicas and hammers out sincere words that stretch and twist through her tunes. A guitarist/harmonica player/singer/songwriter, Blinn bends the rules of the blues like her heroes, The J. Geils Band (!), and knocks down walls of pop music to create an Americana rock & roll sound of her own.   F...
Tags: Music, Bonnie Raitt, Nashville, Columbus, Popdose, Rob Ross, Album Reviews, Don, Nashville TN, COLUMBUS Ohio, Roots-rock, Suzie, East Nashville, Wallflowers, Blinn, Country Pop


Book Notes - Tayari Jones "An American Marriage"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Jesmyn Ward, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Tayari Jones' novel An American Marriage is a powerful and timely exploration of race, class, and love. Kirkus wrote of the book: "Subtle, well-crafted, and powerful." In ...
Tags: Music, Washington Post, Atlanta, David, Queens, Stevie Wonder, Sydney, Roy, Prince, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Stevie, Atlanta Journal Constitution, St Louis Post Dispatch, Suzie


I Didn’t Fully Realise How Restless I Was, Working Solo, Until I Joined a Great Team - Des Walsh

Working Solo Was Fun for a While I haven’t always worked solo, but I have done so for a long time, actually for over 20 years. I’ve enjoyed it, on a daily basis and over the long haul. I love the freedom to work at my own pace, on my own timetable, without supervision – a big revelation for me climbing the organisational ladder in those bygone times was that no matter how high you get there is always someone supervising. But lately I’ve been not wholly satisfied with working solo. I’ve never mi...
Tags: Facebook, Business, Marketing, Entrepreneur, Seo, Team, Suzie, Des Walsh, Solopreneur, Global Team, Working Solo