Let's face it.when it comes to having mad game with the ladies, Cyclops isn't exactly known for his smooth moves. Most of it is due to his upbringing.when you're raised in a family of savage giants, the intricacies of charm and chivalry don't exactly come easy to you. Nature vs. nurture, dudes!So yeah.maybe he can't just dominate the whole world and have any woman he wants like Zeus can. And yeah, so he doesn't have the golden good looks of Apollo, or the athletic talent of Hermes, or even some pull with the mermaids and sirens like Poseidon does. Instead, Cyclops has gotta work at it: he's gotta make the best out of what he's got. Which is why the guy is actually a total role model.because what he lacks in seductive gifts, he actively makes up for in practical qualities. First of all, the dude knows how to protect his shiz - he's basically legendary for it - which is definitely an attractive quality! Second, he makes up for his lack of vision with his extreme strength, which makes anyone around him feel totally safe (unless you're the one who's trying to steal something from him.in which case, you're in for a rough time, pal). And finally, he's got a stable job, knows how to work with his hands, and he's family-oriented!And now you can assume all of these great qualities, too, by wearing this excellent Adult Cyclops Costume! Use it to break all those myths (get it?) and smash those stereotypes by charming the pants off the masses with your scrappy, overcoming-the-obstacles, one-eyed focus on living your best mythological life!
Ghoulish Productions P/N: GH25235-ST
Kayla Aimee had only ticked off 24 of the 40 expected weeks of pregnancy when she unexpectedly went into labor. She through her church upbringing had prepared her for every circumstance, but when tragedy struck and threatened to take the life of her newborn daughter, it felt as through the once solid ground beneath her feet had turned to glass, destined to shatter everything she held sacred. Both poignant and humorous, Anchored recounts Kayla's gripping story of learning to navigate her newfound motherhood in the most unexpected of ways, from holidays in the hospital and middle-of-the-night phone calls to the joy of coming home. With vulnerability and plenty of wit, Kayla lays bare her struggle to redefine her faith, her marriage, and herself within the context of a tragedy she never saw coming. For anyone who has felt their faith in God falter, Anchored extends a gentle invitation to join her as she uncovers a hope that holds. Product Details: Pages: 208 Release: 07/2015
Harken back to the good old days of Fender guitars and amps with asticker in honor of our esteemed West Coast upbringing.
Language: English Title: Forgotten Connections Book: On culture and upbringing Subject: Education-general
In this revealing and poignant account of the life of her son, reggae icon Bob Marley (1945-1980), Mother Cedella Marley Booker traces the unique history of Bob Marley and his contribution to popular music as only a parent could. Booker recalls her poor rural upbringing in the district of Nine Miles in Jamaica, her parents' relationship, and her courtship with Captain Marley, the white man forty years her senior who turned up one day in her father's fields and took Cedella to his bed when she was just sixteen. Their child was Bob Marley, who would introduce the world to reggae, and whose talent would later transform the course of popular music with such classics as "Get Up, Stand Up, " "Buffalo Soldier, " "No Woman, No Cry, " Stir It Up, " and "One Love." With admirable candor, Booker shares her struggles in raising Bob on her family's farm in St. Ann's and the crime-riddled streets of Kingston, and her courageous move to start a new life in the United States. Bob stayed behind in Jamaica to perfect his music, through the two remained close as he began his transformation into reggae superstar and cultural prophet. Booker details Marley's embrace of Rastafarianism, the women in his life, his use of ganja, and his last months when Cedella nursed him until he succumbed to cancer. This book is a true look at Marley's life-not just as a cultural icon, but as a son.
Home London time: 2017-02-28 00:52:01