its been my pleasure watching this young man bloom to be as wonderful as he is on the 10th of October 1997 he was born so a few days ago jose antonio viana celebrated his birthday at his home town in brasil. what does the world has to say for he has been a wonderful gift it is amazing to see how this young and gifted yet humble a stylish boy and unique young man on stage so glad he has turn 19
he is quite a balanced personality at a young age he has managed to be one of the worlds distinct and successful and world renown singer. some might think of Justine biber this way but the truth is Jotta recorded his first album when he was 6. he aslo won the south american grammy awards with out forget that his special talent totally killed the competition at the TALENTOS KIDS competition.
He also has a lot of fans on his facebook pages and has been doing some humanitarian works in brasil and this year he traveled to london on the jotta europe tour. Jotta’s girl friend sarah must be very proud of this guy in fact she is also a great singer. more is expected as this young man is total in the “sonda me senhor ” mood all the time!
The wheel is a revolutionary invention — as they say — but going back to basics sometimes opens new pathways. Robots that traverse terrain on legs are on the rise, most notably the Boston Dynamics Big Dog series of robots — and [Ghost Robotics]’ Minitaur quadruped aims to keep pace. One of [Ghost Robotics] founders, […]
via Quadruped Robot Can Crawl Under Cars and Jump-Kick-Open Doors — Hackaday
We are nearing Day Zero, the day we drive away from one house and start the move to another, so I’m posting an entry from my blog’s earliest days today. The perspective from atop the world, almost literally, does my mind good at this bittersweet time. *** Driving in countries around the world is always […]
via A Wild Ride on the Roof of the World — One Foot Out the Door
It might have been the name that drew me in. The Cheese Zombie. It was the wholehearted endorsement of those who had grown up on Cheese Zombies that hooked me. A Cheese Zombie is a sheet tray of home-made bread layered with an oozy, gooey American cheese and Cheese Zombies are sooo much better than they sound.
via Original Cheese Zombie Sandwiches — Frugal Hausfrau
Julie and Dean turn the stereotype of “fat American tourists” on its head with their off-the-beaten path travels. Their blog shows that adventure isn’t just for the size four.
via Two Fat Americans — Discover
Have you ever participated in a distance walking, swimming, running, or biking event? Tell your story.
via Share Your World – Week of April 10, 2017 — This is Another Story
After her partner gave birth to their daughter, blogger and scholar Lucy Allen reflects on a complicated delivery, made more so by hospital staff making her feel unequal and unacknowledged as a parent.
via My Daughter’s Birth — Discover
This Sunday, a throng of New Yorkers and visitors alike will head to midtown to attend one of the city’s most anticipated and inspired celebrations: the Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival. Bedecked and bedazzled, half of the partygoers will mill about in front of St. Patrick’s Cathedral wearing beautifully crafted, handmade bonnets that defy the imagination (and gravity […]
via Meet Patricia Fox – Queen of the Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival — The Insatiable Traveler
Originally posted on Andrew Joyce: It’s 3:07 a.m. and I am thinking of you, my love. I am also thinking, How did I ever get myself into a mess like this? I am hiding in a culvert—a cement pipe—under a farm road I found myself on; I am a hunted man. Still, my thoughts are…
via ‘Nough Said — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
Three authors of historical fiction joined forces to create History Imagined, a blog for writers and readers who relish the opportunity to imagine long-gone worlds.
via History Imagined — Discover
by Anne R. Allen I first blogged about the plight of slow writers back in 2014, at the height of the indie publishing boom. All the indie superstar gurus were telling writers to grind out ebooks as fast as they could type to take advantage of the “Kindle Gold Rush”. Three years later, the Kindle […]
via Are Slow Writers Doomed to Fail in the Digital Age? — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog