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Warfield Point Park, just south of Greenville, Mississippi, provides a wonderful vantage point for viewing the Mighty Mississippi River. The chart on the right on the sign pictured above lists the worst floods in the history of Greenville. There's an observation tower: You can climb up the stairs to get a better view: But the view is also fine on the ground along the boardwalk: This sign shows you where you are: There are little tidbits of information on the rope along the riverfront: I live in Memphis and am used to views of the Big Muddy, but it's always fun to see the differences between places and look at things from a different perspective. and the skies are THAT BLUE. This is only the first part. There are two additional videos available online as well offering more details. via. scans by ChimChimCher-ee. But the harvest rate has cooled off, with the last couple of openers producing fewer sockeye than forecast. m. Bacteria are consistently associated with the body surfaces of animals. Travel has its own tales. My absence from these pages would indicate the contrary. But I have had an interesting week away from Mexico. The trip north was the usual morphing from Mexico to The States. Los Angeles International Airport is a fine point to step from one world into another. LAX is usually a well-run place. Right down to the liberty-eroding performance art that passes for security.
The famous Fr.Z has a couple of post pointing at the immanent arrival of the Motu Proprio on the Traditional Rite. If his intelligence is correct, it may be out before the papal summer camp at Castle Gandolfo. I am almost sad to see it arrive. No, I still think it will be a very good thing for the Church. However, it will spell an end to much fun and speculation in the Roman Blogosphere. There could have been some great parodies. Think about Mr. Motu, a Japanese detective searching for the Motu in the bowels of the translation office. Or how about Baron Motu, nemesis of Marvel's Dr. so enjoy! SURPRISE. Hi there. Cherry here with a quick post. Just got home from a basketball game and I am feeling lousy. so I am just popping in to share two cards. The first card was created for TRC. I used the winter bird stamp. I wanted a soft look so I stamped it in khaki ink and left it silhouette style. Cairo TimeGiven the fact that we grew up in the same town, even went to the same high school, I should probably be loyal to Julia Roberts. There is a “home town girl makes good” aspect to her that I both recognize and love. This month I suppose my loyalty should be exhibited by extolling the glories of her new movie, Eat Pray Love, at every opportunity. Smaller and quieter than its more visible cousin film, Cairo Time has been called a love letter of sorts to the city for which it is named, and that is certainly accurate. The colours, the postcard-worthy vistas, even the music, of Cairo are presented to the viewer in an enchanting and intoxicating package. One of my favourite scenes occurs when Juliette opens the door to her hotel room balcony and is mesmerized by the panorama that suddenly appears before her. Stunned, she steps back into the room, drags an armchair outside and simply sits there, trying to take it all in. From a sweeping, expensive “blitz” to a “niche” effort in digital media. The numbers, according to a review of the nonprofit’s tax filings, show the change has been severe. More arrivals, lovely works, very talented stitchers and finishers. you've time until midnight to send pictures, the drawing'll be tomorrow!! Good luck everybody!. Your weekly dose of Spurgeonposted by Frank Turk, pinch-hitting for our beloved leader Phil JohnsonThe PyroManiacs devote some space each weekend to highlights from The Spurgeon Archive. It's date of actual sermonizing is not known. Why Is It That All Men Do Not Receive Christ Joyfully?This is our first question. They need him, all of them.
There is no difference in this respect.Whether Jews or Gentiles, they are all sold under sin. God has concluded the whole race of man in unbelief. The top five regrets of dying - a must-read A Green Journey to inspiration - here you'll find news, videos, info about courses and many inspiring stories about people who are living sustainably. I hope you have a beautiful weekend. Happy Fourth of July, Y'all!! We had our BBQ on Saturday night so we could celebrate with our son and his girlfriend! We had margaritas, ribs and steak with mushrooms and corn on the cob, salad, and cake! Yum! Love summer food, don't you??!! So, today I get to play catch-up on emails and sorting/saving photos, long overdue blog posting and hopefully SEWING this afternoon!! But, I have made a few new patriotic quilties to put out for the summer! This one was a kit from Connecting Threads.
very reasonable, too!! I love the simplicity of it! It only took a few hours to make!! It lives in the foyer! So does the next one! It was also a kit from Connecting Threads.
I use patriotic colors, plus sunflowers and watermelons in my summer decor.I had a little bit of this very old sunflower fabric saved in my stash, so I subbed some into the center pinwheels and stars in this runner!! This little mat was made from the leftovers from these runners. And I finally finished the last of Kathy Schmitz's four seasonal stitchery wall hangings! I was able to use the last bits of that same beloved sunflower print on it, as well!! The tiny center quilt is paper pieced. Not my favorite quilting technique, but it sure does ensure perfect points!! Kathy made her wall hangings using only black and beige fabrics, but I have used colored fabrics in all of mine!! They sure do cheer up our little "throne" room. So the end of another long week, a busy week in Philofaxy world certainly! Time to wind down and enjoy some great Filofax Blog posts. - Honey and Filofaxes And here are this weeks Video Finds Enjoy. stuff. co. nz has a new video interview with GRRM in which he seems resigned to the possibility that Westeros will not die with him. Follow this link to watch the interview. As an assigned reading for Fundamentals of Environmental Planning, students should look over this ANJEC piece on municipal Master Plans in New Jersey. And, in case you lost the link, this great Steve Strom handout on Suitability Analysis. PluIe, plUie, pluiE. Sun, suN, sUn. I didn't get it quite right first time round. The fat Pied Piper played his seductive tune and all the rats flocked to Coatesville. Kathy is a Signature member of the Northwest Watercolor Society and Women Painters of Washington. kathycollinswatercolors. Inspirational Quote of the Day: "Fascism is not in itself a new order of society, it is the future refusing to be born. "- Anuerin Bevan It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt. Lick anything he wants. This was my mother's when she was a child. And I remember playing with it when I was a kid. Maybe I should dust it. -dana. or perhaps the veranda for a chic cocktail party! Photos via style. I wanted to make my family a special meal for New Year's Day and since they all love seafood, I made them Flemish waterzooi.
You can use any seafood you like.I chose shrimp, salmon, cod, mussels, clams and scallops. The classic vegetables are shallots, leeks, celery and onions. They are sauteed lightly in butter. Then they are cooked in a seafood stock which I made from the shrimp shells. I added thinly shaved parsnips, carrots and fennel too. Hi everyone. Today I have some cute little Valentine Owl Favors to show you which I accessorized with ribbon and trim from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
I made these cuties with my Silhouette Cameo.I think they are just adorable.
I don't know if you remember, but I made some 'Grinch Pills' favors for my son's class for Christmas.So of course I purchased Christmas M & M packs and pulled out all the green ones for that project. but his bike has a two-stay frame, while mine had the earlier three-stay type. There can't have been many bronze-head ohc Nortons on the West Coast of the US, but perhaps his machine is out there somewhere. As we presently understand it, the bike you owned spent time in Germany, came to the States to you, in turn you sold it to John in Holland. It was first a factory bike for several years, then it was imported to the agent in Launceston, Tasmania, E. Advocates claim not only would money be saved but so would lives. lol, not sure what that was about, and I don't even remember subscribing to this unfamiliar blog. But none of that really matters. The content will shoot right to your heart. .