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InLinkz. Tuesday night in Chester held no terrors after all, apart from my dream imagination running wild with thoughts of what could happen going down the staircase locks the next morning. Emerging eventually from the bottom lock you are faced with a right angle turn into the basin… which was more interesting than expected. Leaving the basin we passed NB Heart of Oak, the heart of which seemed tragically to have fallen out of her. We think one of the people on the towpath may have been the owner, trying to work out what to do next. The structure looks excellent as counted. I thought it would be fitting to show you some "Eastery things" for todays Vintage Monday. I love old fashioned baskets. I love thier shape and I love thier graceful handles. They look beatiful alone but I often use them to display other vintage items like some of my handkerchief collection in the above photo. I want you to think back for a moment to the time when you were preparing for Confirmation, especially all the hard work and studying that were involved. You probably felt like the little girl who was attending a confirmation service with her mother. She was fascinated as each person who was being confirmed came forward, knelt and had hands placed on his or her forehead. The little girl thought for a moment and then said "Oh. I thought the minister was feeling their heads to see if they had any brains left". Sheep are not the brightest animals in the world.
They seek the security of the flock and blindly follow the lead of the shepherd.At my Dec. At my Nov. See other "glitches" here, here, here and at other posts which can be found by searching this blog on the banal term 'glitch'. Even though low bono attorneys aren’t in business for the big bucks, they still need to get paid. Because their profit margins are tight, it is crucial that their low bono clients have payment options that result in a high rate of payment. Pete Roberts, practice management expert, will walk us through the pros and cons of various billing models applicable to serving moderate means clients and describe situations in which it is best to use flat fee vs. hourly billing. M. Individual Research Project & Presentation: Required to prepare and present a substantial project which researches and analyzes a situation, issue, or crisis faced by a major corporation anywhere in the world that includes business, government and societal dimensions. "EFFINGHAM, S. C. ". I was at a baby shower a while ago and the room was festively decorated with balloons and streamers in blues, yellows and a hint of pink. I was just taking in the decorations when a womyn appeared behind me and shrieked, “Pink?! She’s having a BOY!!” I did not give her the reaction that she wanted because I gave her some version of my who cares face. So, she turned around to another group of womyn and shrieked again. I can not begin to describe how ridiculous I think it is to pre-determine gender roles for our children.
This is why it is interesting to hear the announcement this week from toy manufacturer HASBRO, that they would be introducing a gender neutral version to their Easy Bake Oven.They will now offer it in a variety of colours such as black, silver and blue in addition to their traditional colored ovens. But, it remains disappointing that parents are still too caught on gender roles to cross the colour line. A Fort Lauderdale woman was arrested Monday for attempting to cash a fraudulent check at a Key Largo bank. Sgt. m. after the bank manager called to report someone attempting to cash a fraudulent check. Maybe she and the hubby got their first mortgage notice early and collapsed. Not sure why my friends get a kick out of seeing what I have in the pockets of my cut offs. Doesn't everyone carry a few extra. This gift guide is rather close to my heart due to the fact that the majority of my friends are photographers. I don't know what it is, but I seem to fall in love with the folks who see the world through their camera's viewfinder. A sad day this week when my feet started to swell after wearing heels all day… oh no!! I’m not giving up on my heels altogether yet, but they may be on a more regular rhythm along with flats and sandals now too. I know flats are good for me and baby, so I’ll certainly embrace them as needed, but I’ll also be a happy girl to get back into my heels once my little one arrives! The great thing about flats is that they really can be worn with almost anything – from work attire to jeans and casual looks. The description of a negro hanging and dangling from the limb of a sycamore tree. Justice is what many labeled it to be. A spirited tradition That thousands came out to witness and see. Lynching is what history would later Acknowledge it to be. Kirsten Brown Kirsten Brown, Strathaven won the West of Scotland Championship at Cawder Golf Club today. To read the full report go to the Lanarkshire County Website Photograph courtesy of Jean MacIntyre. Fabulon's recent post on Abba's S. O. S. got me thinking back to a less famous song by the same title, ABC's S. O. S. I remember the old days, always having to look through the countless ABBAs to find the poor lost little ABC in the cd racks. I'd never seen this video before. Long time blog readers may know I have a soft spot in my cold little heart for young, hot guns on the ATP tour like Viktor Troicki of Serbia. That's why I'm pleased to let you know that I added two more pics of him to the site. Enjoy!. Hey guys, just a quick note that I'll be on vacay for a week and a half. But, never fear. I have blog updates and brfline site updates timed so that you still get one per day. Cheers and see all of you in a week and half!. When you walk through the fire, you shall not be burned, Nor shall the flame scorch you". Observation:God never promises that living the Christian life will be simple and nothing will ever go wrong. Many talk about a faith in God that will never allow anything bad to happen to you.
Sounds great, Sign me up! In this verse we read about "Passing Through".Passing through means that these things will happen to us, but that He will be with us and bring us out of them. They are not permanent positions for the child of God. Passing through problems is part of growth and maturity in God. It is in these times that we grow the most and learn to depend on Him more if we will stay the course and trust Him fully. For what children are not disciplined by their father?" Observation: The author of Hebrews speaks to us about enduring hardship. In other words we are to accept it, humble ourselves through it and not get angry about it. He tells us that the fact that we are going through discipline lets us know that we are still God's children. Application: When things don't seem to be going right, it doesn't mean God isn't with you. Sometimes it means He is being a good parent to you and disciplining you so that you will be better off later. Discipline never feels good at the time, but it is extremely beneficial. Does the Word have the last Word?The Case for Sola Scriptura -An interesting fact to consider-By Edwin M. That we need neither the book of Enoch, the book of Morman or any other book to be an addition, equal or greater, to the authority of the Holy Bible. Well folks, it is that time again for our weekly review of the Catholic Standard. The front and back pages of the Standard focus on the Cardinal Hickey Academy and how they celebrate the real presence of Christ. Really good stuff. The inside cover has a story on the rallies protesting the Arizona Immigration Law. Nope, everything was peaceful and beautiful. We follow-up with another story on the generosity of the people of the Archdiocese to the Archbishop's Appeal, Haiti, etc. We should especially be greatful to the Donahue Family Foundation, who sponsor these awards. We have a huge story about Dr. James Ronan Jr. Oscar and Marion Cristiani, fine people!. This week's special in-studio guest came all the way from Denton, Texas. Orange Coax! On the strength of a cassette tape, they embarked on their first interstate tour. With so little fanfare surrounding them, I wasn't able to get them in front of a real audience here in Sacto or Davis, but they graciously visited us here at Freeform KDVS to play a sweltering live set in Studio A, and then picking all the records in the last hour. This band joins Druid Perfume and The Careerers among the handful of today's punk bands to prominently feature a saxophone on every song, and they might be the only such band which is actually only a saxophonist plus drums and vocals. As usual, I have been inspired by things on Pinterest. Here are a few things I've been working on this summer: I decided it was time to prettify my binders. blogspot. for FREE. by Phil JohnsonNote: Today at the Shepherds' Conference I'll be teaching a seminar analyzing the current evangelical infatuation with building ecumenical bridges to Rome. Here's part of what I'll be saying:Have you noticed that no one defines evangelicalism in theological terms anymore? When a person says he is an "evangelical" nowadays, more often than not he is describing an experience, or a particular style of ministry, or an interest in the pragmatics of evangelism, or something like that. The word evangelical has been stripped of virtually all doctrinal content. In fact, over the past decade, mainstream evangelicals have been assaulted with a number of trends and movements whose aim seems to be to make evangelicals let go of all their doctrinal distinctives. In the worst cases, some preachers deliver material on relationships and success that is devoid of any authentically Christian message. There is the anti-intellectualism that dominates large segments of the charismatic movement, which also downplays doctrine and suggests that experience is more important. There is the neo-ecumenism of groups like Promise Keepers, encouraging men to seek unity by ignoring doctrine and doctrinal differences. I have just sent off my cheque for shares in Might River Power. and who benefits? Certainly not the economy and certainly not taxpayers. Why not. With Glee ChristmasShop Shutterfly's collection of Christmas photo cards. View the entire collection of cards.
Oh, I think I really like this new pantograph called Snapdragons by Patricia E Ritter.This was one of my monthly pantos from Urban Elementz and is the first time I've used it. The quilt belongs to Mary and is really cute. I'm pooped, night-night!. It would be worth your while to start at the beginning of the hop, so you don’t miss a thing. The tag is an extra-small and modified version of the October SFYTT. Bat and fence are from SPOOKY CUTIES , and the sentiment was done with LIGHTHEARTED LETTERS. A very happy Sunday to all of you RRR lovers and followers from all of the Ramblers at the Really Reasonable Ribbon's Rambling's blog. The lovely sheerness of the ribbon adds a bit of elegance and the ruffled edges give so much body, dimension, and stability. I can't tie a bow using wider ribbon so can you believe what that Bow Easy Tool can do??? Incredible!!!Although I am a lover of all things RIBBON, I have found that by using ribbon or trims for different elements of any sketch, it is amazing how much texture and interest you can add to your cards. Harold Willis is a name missing from the roster of British engineers who made great contributions to Motorcycling as well as their respective employers. The photo below has Willis on the left, with Freddie Hicks and J.
A.Perhaps he's best known for his 'Willisisms', an endless stream of bon mots which succintly named just about anything of interest. .