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Following on from the most recent mystery object you may see that I acknowledged the prize of one beer to "new kind of GP" for successfully identifying the Palm Pistol. I have done a little investigating. If my conclusion is correct then NKGP should by now have received his prize. If I am wrong, then there is a very bemused GP somewhere in South Wales wondering who on earth is giving him a bottle of Brakspears. Future mystery objects will not be rewarded with a prize. There are far too many smartarses out there. It was fun to try some different color schemes!I love green and blue together. The brighter hues make it a lot of fun!I love the flower on this one!! It's so pretty. It's a really soft velvety fabric. I wish I could remember where I got it! It reminds me of my honeymoon in Hawaii.
It kind of looks like a plumeria! Oh my goodness those smell good!It is really hard to photograph this moss color well, but in real life, it is really pretty!I have this great widget on my Mac dashboard that gives you "This day in history".Home. Farm. Beauty. Peace. Work. Country. Family. Church. Friends. Animals. Just a week ago we were discussing the unlikeness of having a white Christmas this year. After all, our fall was dry and rather warm so winter seemed far off. So I have been spending a lot of time at home. And let me tell you, there is nothing good to eat in this house. I'm thinking chocolate or Christmas cookie or some warm eggnog. I have none of these things. I do have those apples, which I could bake. The refurbished historic rooms now have new interpretation and we have recently installed touch screen virtual tours of the Parsonage, as well as an especially woven rug for Revd Patrick Brontë’s study. In addition you will see our refurbished admissions area, redeveloped shop space with our spring merchandise and our new Contemporary Arts Space currently showing works by Cornelia Parker responding to the Brontës' literary legacy – the exhibition Parker at the Parsonage, closes next week, so it is a last chance to see the exhibition. Please do remember to bring proof of your post code with you as you will need this to gain entry’. R. T. Hello, hello! Another Thursday, and it is time for me to bring you this week's Play Date Cafe Challenge! This week our colors are rose, eucalyptus, and slate. I just love that holiday door decor! Here is the cozy card that I made for this week.
Because next Thursday is Thanksgiving here in the US, this challenge will stay open for two weeks, so you have extra time to play! I hope you will join us and link up your creation over at The Play Date Cafe Blog.Some more cool pics from the Higherground blog. How did you get started in college counseling/admissions? Interestingly, my dad worked in college admissions, so one could say it’s been in my genes. Like many of us however, I was also tour guide, an interviewer and a summer intern in the admission office at my alma mater, the University of New Hampshire. I enjoyed every moment of sharing my enthusiasm for a school I had grown to love. I also appreciated the passion I observed as I watched the professional staff work with families and extend information about the institution. They loved to talk to people, made connections easily, appreciated all different kinds of learning, understood what a powerful time in the life of a young person being a high school senior is, and were down right FUN. I quickly realized it was a profession I wanted to be a part of and one where my ENFJ personality type might thrive. Teams of six students from each of our middle schools gathered at T. A. Howard Middle School to answer trivia questions about the ten books on the list this year. Ms.
Brooks Wester Middle School finished in First Place and there was a tie-breaker round that awarded Linda Jobe Middle School Second Place and T.A. Howard Middle School Third Place. So soon after Bloomquist is out, Bakos resigns. Coincidence? Perhaps, you be the judge. I've often been asked if I had considered going to the airlines after I retired from the Air Force. I usually respond by asking the questioner if he ever wondered if Mario Andretti had considered driving for Grayhound when he gave up racing. I do have a lot of friends who did take up bus driving. I mean airline piloting. They are all incredibly rich, live in houses that resemble Versailles, have their own private aircraft to dash about the country and sport a remarkably endowed trophy wife who is twenty-five years younger and apparently trying to escort them to an accelerated demise. In conversations they have assured me that nothing like this has ever gone on in their cockpits where the highest levels of professionalism reign:. S. Coast Guard reports.
More details in this news release.The Coast Guard also has posted some video. Yesterday I offered the viddie of "green jobs" czar, Van Jones, being himself for a Berkeley townhall meeting of true believers. But, while one might be a simple semantic and paperwork exercise the other scenario is so incredible that you might suggest psychiatric evaluation for the adherent. .