"to the moon and back" means more than anything or more than anything else.
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As one Beltrami County Sheriff’s deputy came home from work, he saw something very bizarre. His lawn was perfectly mowed yet no one was home to do any actual mowing. It was a pleasant surprise for the deputy but he couldn’t help but wonder who was responsible for the kind deed.
Burning Man, the wild, dusty arts and culture festival that takes over the Nevada desert at the end of each summer, has become a cultural phenomenon since it began in San Francisco in 1986. It moved to the Black Rock Desert in 1990, and attendance has grown exponentially since then — last year's event boasted an estimated attendance of 70,000. Burning Man 2016, which begins August 28, is expected to be equally huge.
We all feel like failures from time to time. While this is a normal feeling, you have to find a way to see yourself and your life from a different perspective. Sometimes we ignore the “little things.” Just because you are not a millionaire, don’t live in a mansion, and you don’t drive a fancy car, that doesn’t mean you’re a failure. In fact, it’s quite the contrary.
Migrants will be barred from entering Britain after a Brexit unless they can speak good English and have the right skills for a job, Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have pledged as they set out their vision for the UK outside of the EU.
Heavy storms and flooding across eastern Australia have left three people dead and at least three missing, including a swimmer at Sydney's Bondi beach.
Investors could be forgiven for focusing on the effects of the EU referendum on their portfolios this week. But when it comes to the toughest investment task of all – building up a retirement fund – a much more long-term perspective is needed.
Up on the Windmill there are more pyramidal orchids than I’ve ever shaken a stick at. Singly or in stands of up to 50 in a stride, they scatter across the hill meadow. Their name suggests the sacred geometry of the Egyptians or Incas, but they appear as blobs of absurd colour.