Tags: Available at Alexandria, Southwark, Providence, Alexandria, Zanesville.
And I love getting ready for weddings, it fun and its pretty! Rita had asked me to be in charge of the decorating, and she made it easy for me, by getting together all the stuff she wanted, all I had to do was put it on the tables. Rita starting with setting up tables. Next came the table clothes. And then folding napkins. Ruth had found a really pretty way to fold them, so I let her be in charge of getting people to help her. And folded. And folded! Meanwhile we got the table runners and centre pieces on the tables. There's something in the soul that craves something fresh & new at the start of the year. Thought I'd share snippets of these weekly tasks over here as well. The first week's task was to tell a story using the rule of thirds – and my mind instantly jumped to the thought of a blank sheet of paper at the start of the year to slowly begin to jot down a brand new story. A soft landing, a quiet start. x. This is awesome. Someone has made a bigfoot research patrol car. This would be great to roll around in, checking those backroads for signs of bigfoot. From Brenton Sawin Mysteries To Search: Bryan tells his Sasquatch encounters plus a few more stories he heard. Bigfoot laughs in the woods a scares a family while cutting fire wood. Via PacWest Bigfoot: More Bigfoot vocalization from my friend Joe. Location: #Battleground Washington. " I live in battleground Washington. Actually in Venersburg. I thought it was dogs. But the closer I listened. the sounds don't sound like dogs. Take a listen. ". I don't have much faith in Garmin'sfitness estimates. But this isstill amusing and eyecatching. This was my first week back at "full mileage. " Full mileage is in quotes because it's still a bit lower than I'd hold during a marathon training cycle - if I was marathon training, I'd be doubling in the pool in the evenings to increase my total land+pool mileage. Or at least my Garmin thinks so. Part of my purported fitness loss resulted from last week's head cold. Though I had kicked the cold by the end of the week, its after effects lingered in my lungs. For much of this week I sounded like Fran Drescher with laryngitis. I managed to get in to see my asthma doctor on Friday, and she confirmed this was an asthma flare resulting from the head cold. E. M. E. M. E. M.
E.M. K. Back in Holland Drive for brunch and had Kueh Chap. L'ordine del giorno. Anche quest'anno siamo alle soglie del consueto appuntamento dei giovani del Centro Giovanile per la festa di San Giovanni Bosco. È sempre grazie alle riflessioni e discussioni che si svolgono con i ragazzi che prende vita il progetto del Recital, che quest'anno vede la partecipazione anche dei bambini della terza, quarta e quinta elementare. Gli animatori del Centro Giovanile. The opinion of the author is that horses were re-introduced to Britain at the end of the Late Neolithic/Beaker period. Either due to the lack of refinement or to its feralization, the Exmoor may be close to the real thing. Karol Schauer A work of a Mittle-Saale Beaker by Karol Schauer has one of these old ponies. Ironic since immigrants came to Southern Britain from the region between the Middle Rhine and Elbe among others, maybe this very man and his horse. The wind is just raw lately, you want to wear a cap and mittens for sure. There is safety in the pack. I took the red Christmas lights down from the wreath outside and put up the snowmen. The red lights worked for a Valentine decoration but now it is March. We went to town yesterday. We had a few errands to do. Chance needed help getting in the new vehicle and when we got back home he refused to get out…finally Far Guy lifted him up and out. Chance is going to have to wear his vest with the handle…and he hates it. Anyways the Ben Franklin Store in town was one of our stops. I returned two stamp pads that were dry when I opened them…naturally I threw out the receipt. They said get two more as replacements and we will open them and check them out…well those were dry as a bone too. Bruce was from Ogden Iowa, he came out on the road after he graduated from High School. Fresh faced hardly a whisker to be found, longish curly brown hair, he was lean and spry…and was always smiling. He also had a bit of a sparkle in his eyes. It was his dream to go out on the road…The Boss told him when he was old enough he could. He wasn't old enough to drink although I think he may have enjoyed a beer or two. None of us were habitual drinkers…we would occasionally have something. No drugs. So we were probably a good influence on Bruce. He started out as the second man on the Scrambler. He worked hard…we all did. He watched and learned everything he could about every ride there was. Alan Slifka. googletranslate. The service translates text, images, speech, sites or real-time video from one language into another language. But a much greater number of women will have agonised over the decision, and a significant number will have suffered psychological consequences. .