Plus, it’s an opportunity for The Mindy Project to coin new words like “sportscane,” a little ditty of a portmanteau that refers to the perfect storm of major sporting events that take place as Mindy goes on her first post-Danny date … “I did not know they held sporting events at Madison Square Garden. It’s actually kind of a sexy story.” She starts to talk about some steamy happenings with Danny in an alley behind a Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., but her date amiably stops her to ask for a story that doesn’t involve her having unprotected sex with someone else. The next day at work, Jeremy advises her, “By God, Mindy, hold onto him like a flagpole in a tornado.” Then things start to get weird, which we knew they would. Tamra agrees to help Mindy investigate this Bryant guy a bit more, and they soon discover that he broke off his engagement just two months ago.
“That’s very interesting,” Mindy says as he walks her to her apartment door. “You know I was Team Eh, Give This a Chance,” Tamra says, “but I think I’m switching to Team Nuh-uh, This Bryan Guy Is Weird.” Mindy objects that Tamra doesn’t understand what dating is like for a single mom, “which you will never be because that’s racist.” Also, she reveals that his name is Bryant.
Allow me to knock on a door and begin lacing together different levels of reality. Solid as a rock / written in stone – suddenly ev And that was it.
I have even talked at the Geological Society, the heart of geological science, about this work.
It was here that Bryan Lovell, who was president of the Society at that time, took me to one side and confided that science could take us so far in the understanding of rocks and stones, but it was poets who could take us further, who could take us into the he And stones moved silently across the world hurled into an empty ship’s weightless hold folded into a glacier’s freezing mound, quick-pocketed by tourists and children with an eye for things shiny and round.
Bound for other lands stones sailed without papers startling my window sill – all of them travelled from the place where they began, where we might have said they belonged.
Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on We'll be updating it as more details are released, so keep this page bookmarked. The series follows Lyra Belacqua (and Will Parry in the last two books), as they travel through various parallel universes, meeting a host of fantastical creatures including witches and armoured polar bears.introduces Lyra, an orphan, who lives in a parallel universe in which science, theology and magic are entwined.The series continues with poet Alyson Hallett on the migration of stones. My nan polished the brass strip at the entrance to her house, she also swept her bit of pavement, and sometimes the stretch of road outside her door. or one second thought they’d go for it, which meant I had great fun applying.Seven children in one small house and you value the way private space spills into public space. The way private an in North Wales, but I also knew that I didn’t climb mountains, I was busy and had no intention of doing what a voice in a dream had told me to do. I had an idea that I’d make a piece of public art, that I’d collaborate with a stone carver and site a stone with words carved into it in a public place. In response to a question about duration, I suggested that if I had words carved into slate the probable length of the piece of work would be around 300and sited them in different places around the world.