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A Match made in Heaven! Some Bunny loves you And He acts like a Bear sometimes! Marriage is the biggest learning curve you will have. To Keep the Heart well and Happy. Start each day with prayer for Mr. Bear and Everyone else. I want my Mr. Bear, He will protect you silly Bunny at all cost! Keep the PEACE! Smile and do all you do as on to the LORD! Blessings, Roxy. Watch: Fixing a busted hydrant Here are some fascinating stories from MuldersWorld. Check out this tour of one of the coolest bigfoot attractions in the U. S. Guests, who went along in period costume, included members of the Brontë Society, Brontë Parsonage Museum staff and their families, and some villagers. The contestants were seen marching up historic Main Street in the closing credits of last Thursday’s episode of Celebrity Masterchef. Among those tucking into food such as roast lamb with Wuthering veg, hake a la Rochester and Branwell Brontë pud were Brontë Parsonage Museum marketing officer Rebecca Yorke and her daughter Mala. Rebecca said the Brontë Society was delighted to be invited to host an episode of Celebrity Masterchef, but those involved were asked not to tell anyone how the filming went. America’s Newsroom co-anchor Bill Hemmer announced the news during Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox program. “Fox News contributor and frequent guest here in America’s Newsroom, Alan Colmes, has passed away. He leaves his adoring and devoted wife, Jocelyn Elise Crowley. pic courtesy of pyanhabid blogIN most countries the Police Inspector General and the STATE Police Chief would have resigned in shame. If they do not resign, their resignation would be demanded by the Home Minister. If the Home Minister cannot execute these resignations, he should similarly resign. Is it really public domain? All those lawyers fees can really mount up when checking into all this but believe me, you really don't want to end up in court over it. Where can you find this type of content? It can be difficult to find content that is free to use but here are a few links to get you started: Master Resale Rights - If you can't afford expensive lawyers what else can you do? One rather less pricey way is to buy Master Resale Rights to a product - this gives you the opportunity to name yourself as the author, use the content in another product, rewrite the whole thing - the possibilities are endless. Just be aware with this that you will need to look at the terms and conditions of what you are allowed to do with the product before you buy. On a budget? - not to worry, there are still many ways you can find great content without spending a fortune or worrying about whether you can legally use it.
Look for membership sites that provide private label and/or guaranteed public domain content.I cut the top piece out of watercolor paper and just went to town with yellow, orange and red watercolors. It's kind of messy, but just a fun look to try! "Happy New Baby" was stamped with Keep It Simple: Baby stamps. The whole front is popped up with pop dots. Happy New Baby card:STAMPS: Keep It Simple: Baby, Background Basics: SplatsINK: True BlackPAPER: white, watercolor paperDIES: Cover Plate: ButterflyOTHER: watercolors, sequins. I used the negative sheet and backed it with a Holiday Plaid paper. via. She's got an abrasive persona with a droning, aggressive courtroom style of speaking that simply doesn't endear her to voters. Her gaffe on declaring Afghanistan free of Taliban and/or al Qaeda was noticed even by the mainstream media. The effort to get the Messiah to step in as deus ex machina has collapsed as memories of New Jersey and Virginia's recent elections coupled with the disappointment of the Olympic selection intervention and the non-success at Copenhagen for a frozen out global warming treaty remain fresh. His magic is gone. So, they unleash the other left-wing headliners like this articulate spokesperson on the issues:Not a Putz-Head But a Tea-Bagger This TimeWith friends like Chuckie, who needs enemies?. au. In his fictional book, The Great Divorce, C. S. Lewis tells the story of a man who, through a dream, took a journey to heaven and hell. He'd written books, conducted experiments and given lectures on the subject, and it eventually became his only occupation. He was so obsessed with the subject that, at the end of his life, he had no interest in heaven. Everyone there had already survived, so his occupation was gone. MacDonald observes that if Sir Archibald "would only have admitted that he'd mistaken the means for the end and had a good laugh at himself he could have begun all over again like a little child and entered into joy," but he cared nothing about joy and in the end went away. When the man listening to the story exclaims, "How fantastic!," the conversation continues: "Do ye think so?" said the Teacher with a piercing glance. I love clocks. I really do. I don't know what it is about them, but I'm always yearning to buy more. I tend to lean more towards antique ones, but modern ones are fabulous too. The way into my heart? Just buy me a big beautiful clock and I'm yours. I've been hanging in ok emotionally most of this week. Have been feeling pretty flattened with fatigue and very queasy, both of which have been reassuring, I think, and also haven't left me much energy for worrying about the state of this pregnancy. About all I can muster is dragging myself into the hospital, seeing my patients and doing what I have to do for that day, and crawling home.
This morning, I woke up and felt "different," a little better I think, a little less nauseated, and definitely less tired.Although likely this was because I got a nap in yesterday, or maybe is just due to a normal ebb and flow of symptoms, this "difference" left me very scared. That's not so long to have to be terrified. By tomorrow morning, we'll know if this pregnancy is still continuing or if the embryo has died. Nothing I can do about it one way or another, I keep reminding myself. Tomorrow's just about finding out. The OB I am seeing tomorrow is new to me. She is much beloved by her patients and is supposed to be a big cheerleader and huge supporter of them. Music is often the very last thing to go, especially the embodied memory of music to which people dance or tap out a rhythm. Music anchors patients, Sacks says, in a way that nothing else can, reconnecting them to that sense of self which is in danger of slipping through their fingers. So it can also connect them to other people from whom they often feel estranged. This is because music is deeply ingrained in the way our brains have developed. But a growing body of work, much of it only conducted over the last three decades using new techniques for seeing inside the brain while music is being played, suggests that our brains are fundamentally musical. That is why our capacity to play, enjoy and feel music can outlast the deterioration that dementia and other debilitating conditions bring with them. As science writer Philip Ball argues in The Music Instinct, music is unlike language: it has no dedicated mental circuitry localised in a few areas. -Arab Proverb If we are to encourage others, we should do so. whoever shows kindness to others should do it cheerfully. The readings for Pentecost are different for the Vigil and the Day. I know that’s a lot to ask, but: Pentecost really is that important! So at the vigil, we hear from Genesis about how early in human history, people tried to make a name for themselves by building the city of Babel. You will remember how King Nebuchadnezzar built a golden statue, and the three Hebrew boys, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, refused to worship it, and they were thrown into the fiery furnace. If you recall, she was in Lonny a couple issues ago. So I went back to browse through the Home Tours section. Eek. The White Feather If the afternoon had not been so hot, with a sun so relentless, then perhaps I would not have chosen the hat with the widest brim.
I might even have gone hatless, preferring instead to let the wind blow my hair as I took in the expansive green vistas of an early August day.Maybe I would have been looking up. Up through the trees to the blue sky beyond. Up where the mockingbirds chase the red-shouldered hawks away from their nests. Up where the clouds draw grand pictures at the gates of heaven. I would have been studying those pictures perhaps, trying to decide what they were - A castle? A dragon? Spinning wheel? Hare? But I wore the wide-brimmed hat to hide from the sun and my view winnowed down to the earth at my feet. Focused, sharpened, my eyes wrapped around the smaller things: the acorns, the pebbles - blue violets, green moss. And then, there it was, pinned to the ground by a shaft of sunlight falling hard through the trees, white as bone, light as the air. A feather. I bent to pick it up. Stronger than it looked at first sight, each tiny white strand clasped together along the quill, like hands. It seems a bit premature for counting down to Christmas but here goes. these embroidery hoops are all the rage. I have finished a few more tweaks in Mom's old room. I must admit, I have been being really lazy lately and have not done too much more tweaking, but I managed to finish some minor tweaks.
I added a plaid pillow to the chair.
The bedskirt is in this same plaid.I will show you that as soon as I finish tweaking the bed. I painted the old foot stool white and recovered it with the ticking fabric I found at the Texas Antique Week. I have always been a huge fan of ticking. It is hard to tell from this photo, but the ticking perfectly matches the other blues in the room. I like the way the little chest turned out after I painted it with Annie Sloan Provence Blue and waxed it with her soft wax. I decided not to distress it. The Pulse is a collaborative project that aims to introduce you to new artists, help you get to know familiar faces even more, and allow you access into the creative hearts and minds of a very talented crew of individuals. Their responses will be presented in a series of online posts which will run every Sunday. Style File, Techniques & Tools, and Master Class were the first three projects posted and links to all these posts can be found on the sidebar of my blog. The fourth project, It's Still Life, continues now. Participants were asked to photograph a still life that you create using an array of objects. After all, the argument goes, I am only one person, I have only one life, therefore I should use only one Filofax. Let me be quick to point out the difference between "One Life One Filofax" vs. "One Life One Planner. " I do understand using only one planner to plan your life. Sometimes people feel scattered using a planner for work and a different one for their personal life. After all, there is only one of you, and you occupy each day in its entirety, so it makes sense to use only one planner to schedule your time. Keep in mind that a Filofax is a binder which has the potential to be used in endless ways beyond just a planner, or even not at all as a planner. Early in my Filofax usage I felt like I should be able to fit my entire life into one Personal size Filofax, and I was very frustrated when I couldn't make it work. Here's the blurb:Time Salvager: a fast-paced time travel adventure from Wesley Chu, the award-winning author of The Lives of Tao. Convicted criminal James Griffin-Mars is no one's hero. Those responsible for delaying humanity's demise believe time travel holds the key, and they have identified James, troubled though he is, as one of a select and expendable few ideally suited for the most dangerous job in history. James is a chronman, undertaking missions into Earth's past to recover resources and treasure without altering the timeline.
Karl du Fresne, that is.All the biggest bullshitters may be seen in your office washroom mirror. sigh. Goodbye. Soon. Dengan ini, saya dengan serendah-rendah diri memohon ribuan kemaafan dari semuanya yang mengenali diri ini, sekiranya melakukan kesalahan dan kesilapan secara sedar mahupun tidak. Sungguh saya insan yang terlalu banyak melakukan dosa di atas muka bumi. a. w. Pesanan juga kepada semua agar menepati janji dan waktu. Isnin - Jumaat : Selepas Solat Tarawih Sabtu - Ahad : Ikut temujanji Posted in:. I knew it was good when my youngest daughter pronounced it the best pie she ever ate. High praise from a non-pie lover. -dana P. S. How could you not love pie? P. P. S. I love fruit pie. P. P. S.
Darlings, whether you are a fur lover or a faux fashionista, there's bound to be some haute inspiration in this post for you.From ravishing reds to beautiful blues, designers sent some seriously fabulous furs down the runway this season! CC hopes you enjoy this roundup. Balmain Dolce & Gabbana Elie Saab Francesco Scognamiglio J. - Just Zip It goes in the feature at Bel. nope, the Big A tomorrow!! Here's a confession, I hope you don't think less of me: I took the entire fall Belmont meeting off, with the exception of a drop-in to see Just Zip It run on the first Sunday of the meet, and just a handful of wagers online.
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