Hercules + references to other Greek myths
Ah, who doesn’t love a good reference to ancient myths?
Very interesting summary of some of the biggest historical scoops.
It’s been a bit since I’ve posted something that wasn’t queued, but last week was very busy! Not only did lilmisshistory turn one, but so did the “Lil Miss” behind it (No, no, I did not turn one. But there’s now a one in my age!). Between birthdays, school and work responsibilities, everyday chores, I’ve also been struggling in regards to where I should go to next in regards to my school. There’s one that seems almost perfect, but I’m concerned that I’m favoring this one too much because of some personal reasons (And not the kind that should be a factor in a person’s education).
During the London Blitz, England took very secure precautions, which understandably interfered with the romantic moments during the holidays. This photo from the 1940s is the result of two Londoners embracing the safety measures and posing for a gag photograph.
A U.S. Army nurse carries her gear prior to boarding a plane for transport after being liberated from a Japanese internment camp. She had been a POW for three years. Manila, National Capital Region, Luzon, Philippines. February 1945. Image taken by Carl Mydans.
In 1882 the seven Sutherland sisters joined Barnum and Bailey Circus, where they would file on stage and let their tresses â a collective total of 36Â½, feet of hair â spill down their backs into the orchestra pit.
…Could I have a copy of this recipe?