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Some look old and faded and some look freshly painted I know they are part of some infrastructure project, because there are other numbers and some words and some markers for gas and water.I know they want you to believe it's just government-as-usual work on the street.
Questions indeed.Yes, I do have questions. Concerning my last few posts, I would like to know which of you seriously would like to be more like Jesus. Do you think I could be of some help in this journey? I do not wish to impart more knowledge of truth. ' I do not think I have arrived. I am willing to be a pace setter. . Everything should be true to the era. From Sasquatch Chronicles: Lee writes “I saw both bigfoots in the same place. It had reddish brown hair. Didn’t see the face but did see the right hand and fingers. m. near Plummer Middle School. Texas Sized Barbeque Grills Houston police confirmed that the canine officer had been shot. Source:. courtesy of singtao. They marched down the streets with a dozen or so security guards. On the way a pedestrian fell. Focus. One word, many meanings. Dr. Kwest. Many wonder if there is anything to celebrate at all. But I'd rather draw the attention to something interesting that came out of this tragical history: a new generation of Belgian artists of Congolese descent creating refreshing music with roots in hip hop, electro and Africa. Below I will tell you more about three fresh AfroBelgian producers and musicians: Baloji, Dr. Kwest and Esa BiyoBaloji The most famous one is Baloji, former rapper in the Belgian Hip Hop group Starflam. I've been all about routines this week, probably because I've been super-conscious of my own personal routines for whatever reason. I can't talk about routines in the preschool room without devoting some time to transitions. Transitions, that's one of those buzz words that we use a lot in early childhood. Do you ever stop and really think about that word? To transition means to change from one thing to the next, when we use the word transition in the context of early childhood education we are usually talking about helping children move from one activity to the next. Every transition does not need a song attached to it, you'd surely be singing all day long, but there are some things that you can do to help children move from one activity to the next just a little more easily. These are all great ideas for helping children transition throughout the day too. You can easily give warnings letting them know that they have ten more minutes, and then five more minutes to work on the current activity. You can turn something that is usually a dreaded part of the day - like nap time - into something special by giving the children a reason to look forward to it. You will love this new stitching die by Papertrey Ink that allows you to make phone cases and iPod cases! It's so much fun! I've made two so far. they are easy and quick to make. and would be fun for craft fairs or quick gifts! The new Phone Case dies and the Phone Case Details dies were used to make this stitched heart phone case with a coordinating card. Yesterday I had the chance to play around with my Silhouette Cameo for a few minutes. Santa brought me one for Christmas, and I was a little intimidated to open it and get it going. BUT. it actually turned out to be super simple, and I'm wishing I would have tackled it sooner! These are called the Decorative Circles by Karla Dudley from the Silhouette Digital Designs Shop. I cut the heart circle with a Melon Berry cardstock and the hello circle with Pure Poppy cardstock, then layered them together. For a change, my last walk was in the opposite direction to the previous walk I photographed. Here we have. a pic from the bridge near the end of the road I walk along. In this project we are identifying the main fleets exploiting the North Pacific fisheries and summarizing the revenues earned by the location of residence and hailing port for fleet participants over several years. We hypothesize that the location of residence data for vessel owners is an indicator of where fishing profits are likely to be spent. The hailing port data may be representative of where the vessel obtains a significant portion of its supplies and, potentially, crew members. We are also attempting to identify spatial trends and structural breaks in the distribution of revenues in response to recent management actions. Finally, we hope to examine whether the revenue distribution has consolidated over time. We believe this information will be interesting to the public at large and fishery managers seeking more information on how fleet-level decisions map into the distribution of earnings to different cities and states. — Ron Felthoven, Chris Anderson and Jenefer Meredith. This image is a few years old, but it's what I thought of when I heard of her passing. via William Ohs WMOHS Find More Kitchen Ideas on my PINTEREST X V. and new on virtual stand Fine Decor Magazine X V. I have been on a Duggar episode marathon. I feel so encouraged. I could be engrossed in junk and foolish shows, but instead, watching the Duggars is uplifting and just plain awesome. It changed my perspective. They rock. YouTube link. And each of those galaxies can have a hundred billions stars. Arthur Coggeshall may have taken the photo. via Science Buzz. At most homes the Easter Bunny leaves sweet candy treats, at our home he delivered some scrumptious Easter cookies! And I happen to have the recipe for all of you! This cookie recipe is best known as the "Neiman Marcus Cookie" but I made it a bit differntly, so I feel like it is its own unique cookie. Measure out the oatmeal and pour into blender. Blend till a fine powder. In a separate bowl mix together the flour, oatmeal, salt, baking powder, and baking soda. Set aside. It’s been a long time since I did a Nico Mahut update, but It’s about time, wouldn’t you agree? He’s done recent as of late. So there you go. Learning Goal: To identify the main conflict of the plot and the way it is resolved. According to our textbook:A conflict is a struggle. It is a problem the character is trying to deal with or a goal the character is trying to reach. The author tells us about the conflict at the beginning of the story in the exposition. Rising action plot events are events in the story where the character takes action to solve the conflict. The climax of a story is the most exciting moment of the story. This is the point where you find out how the conflict will soon be resolved. In the final part of the plot, the character’s problems are solved one way or another. I'm worried about Sal. The ol' man was limping this morning and for no visible reason. After close inspection of his front hoof that he was avoiding, there was no wounds, blood, pus, foot rot, or even over-grown hoof nail. Out of precaution, I gave him some PenG in case an older wound had gone systemic. I hope he is okay. If he doesn't turn around soon, the vet will be called. Sal is, hands down, my favorite farm animal. I will do what I can to keep him around long as the quality of life is there for him. Something is killing off poultry at the rate of one or two animals a night. I am down to just one turkey, and larger laying hens. parking on the Cambrian apron. I have been collecting Easter things to decorate the dollhouse. Lots of bunnies and cookies and flowers and a cake. There's Mrs. Rabbit and her bunnies. I have the Easter decorations all stored in this little weathered hutch. This cute little chick is keeping watch. There is a tiny bit of sun peeking through the clouds today. It has rained and rained and rained here. At one point I thought I would have to order a rubber raft. It looked like our back yard was surrounded by a moat. Your weekly dose of Spurgeon The PyroManiacs devote some space each weekend to highlights from the lifetime of works from the Prince of Preachers, Charles Haddon Spurgeon. and all of them having turned out badly. This "summer" in the UK has been cool and wet, while in many places in the US it's been even hotter than usual for this time of year. Do you note weather and temperatures in your Filofax to look back on later? Do you note any annually occurring events to track trends? And as usual on Fridays, feel free to discuss anything Filofax-related!. I hope everyone is having a relaxing week-end. I will try to post the knitting buddies on Monday. I will leave you with some helpful knitting links, including some free patterns for useful household items. The first link is a pattern for a simple knitted bath mat that can be made just to the size and color you need. A great site with demo videos to help when you cannot figure a problem out is : it explains and shows you through the videos a whole list of things from stitches to finishing to fixing those pesky knitting boo-boos. I will give you more knitting sites over the next few weeks. What's this? Our first ecchi release? Well, not like it's anything new to me. Said “Oh … my … God!“, e. g. I believe the first was from about two years ago: He says that in his freshman lit. , the professor referred to many creation myths, and thereby dismantled the faith of every student who grew up in church.
But it illustrates the dangers of false expectations.One of the advantages of blogging is the ability to look back and see what you were doing on the same date the previous year. Or years for that matter. It cracks me up to see that often I was cooking the same thing on the same date. This morning I decided to make caramel sauce. I also was thinking of getting my blow molds out. And I had made caramel apples. Evgeny Mishin off for a ride. I think it's okay and will appeal to a decent percentage of readers or I wouldn't have published it, but it doesn't thrill me to the depths of my soul. But that happens. I'd be suspicious of any daily cartoonist who claimed to love all of his/her work. Two things I do like are the way the old guy's face turned out and the fuzzy blue buildings in the background. This is more-or-less the first time I've done background objects with color only, no line work. I think it works well. Of course, people seeing it in black and white in the newspapers won't see anything in the background at all. .