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Two years ago my husband, Kevyn, and I began the best life ever. Not exactly sure what it was, or what we were doing it truly became a labour of love, frustration, confusion and adulation. One thing we were always sure of was, we wanted a forum to knock around ideas about happiness. We both believe happiness is a choice, and we both have had the displeasure of meeting too many people who were choosing to live the unhappy life. of a cottage in the country,where days would be spent cycling to the seaside, savouring simple food from fresh ingredients,wearing wellies, and indulging in one book after the next. Robert Dodson reviews some of the audio he has collected from his research area. Pretty weird stuff for sure. Check it out:. C. with my pastor, assistant pastor, and a few of the young guys from our church. Also pictured with us above is another friend from our church who is a traveling evangelist and was there as well. We participated in a conference held there, entitled "Capitol Connection Next Generation. " During our time in DC, we got to meet with and hear from elected officials, tour DC, and hear inspiring messages on the Christian life. Hearing from several elected officials and other notables in the Capitol Visitor Center.
In front of the Lincoln Memorial, with the Washington Monument gracing the skyline behind us.I really enjoyed hearing from Dr. He has lived in DC most of his life and is incredibly well-versed in the Bible, the Constitution, and history. He led us on tours of many of the historical monuments and memorials of DC, as well as the Capitol building. During the first four weeks of our trip, we have been extremely busy.
which has resulted in no posting.Unfortunately I've not had my camera with me much so I just have a few photos to share. There are MANY other moments that I wish I would've captured on camera, but didn't, so this will have to do for now. This week has been our busiest crusade week yet, in all of the seven years we've been doing crusades. I'm excited about sharing more on that tomorrow. Stay tuned! Cleaning windows with friends, for friends. Christine chose Rockport for the perfect country setting and the town totally embraced us with open arms. Fred took so many great pictures for the shoot that I decided to share some of the extras with you. Special thanks to:My wife and familyChristine Mitchell of N'East StyleF. E. Castleberry of Unabashedly PrepSteve Dool of BPMWChristophe Brumby of PenfieldNeal & Madeline: Models. Early this year we noted that a subsidiary of KV Pharmaceutical, Ethex, pleaded guilty to two felony counts, and paid a fine in response to charges "stemming from its failure to make and submit to the U. S. Food and Drug Administration a report on its discovery of undistributed pills that 'failed to meet product specifications,'. New media, however, are no more immune from the effects of conflicts of interest than are old media. So why not find someone else to do it for you?The American Heart Association did just that, approaching four established bloggers with a proposal: Write about our new campaign, Go Red For Women: BetterU, and we’ll link to your blog from our site. courtesy of singtao. cc Aaron Kwok Fu Sing yesterday attended a charity event. In the film he will play an intelligence agent and will have many different looks. He not only will have to appear in make up to look old but also in a beggar disguise.
Sing Sing said that with the advanced technology he could play a teenager if he had to.Would his recent good mood made a heavy character hard to get into? Sing Sing said, "I know that everyone cares about me, I care about everyone too. I hope everyone would be happy, respected and live openly. " He said that he has said what he wanted to say, as life consisted of many things. Now he felt that work was the most important so his personal life should be left back to him.
Albert Camus, a French philosopher and novelist, once remarked, “There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide.Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question is philosophy. Police said he ran from the store after a woman noticed what he was doing. ". Been playing around with my Melissa Frances goodies the past few days when I have had a chance to sit down, mostly in the evenings after the girls go to bed! I love to scrap when it's quiet. How about you? When do you feel most creative? I'm definitely a night owl, love to stay up late. This little card was created with Melissa Frances paper, lace, buttons, background stamp and a holiday rub on. Everything here is Melissa Frances except the ribbon and brads. Inside:To make this "Thanks a Bunch" card, I painted a chipboard flower circle by Scenic Route and then backed it with paper. The card base is just traced from the chipboard into a floral shape, making sure the fold doesn't get cut at the top. Side view:I received this cool chipboard album from Magistical Memories and turned it into a fun card with paper/paint. Love these colors! Paper, ribbon, sentiment stamp, sticker and star chipboard are all Melissa Frances as well from the Little Guy Kit. Not too much else happening here lately! Kati is feeling better and we're gearing up for school to start soon. The Aristarchus plateau is one of the most geologically diverse places on the Moon: a mysterious raised flat plateau, a giant rille carved by enormous outpourings of lava, fields of explosive volcanic ash, and all surrounded by massive flood basalts. Link Photo: . Hi Gals,I have to work the graveyard-shift at work today, so I won't be able to post. Have a great weekend, see ya tomorrow. Cheers, Angie. Are you ready for some radio? Damn! It's your lucky day. Mine too. We're taking this site to another dimension, another forum. We anticipate syndication possibilities too. Those of you who follow me outside the Bay Area will be delighted to know you can listen to me live on a streaming audio link. We will have fun. We'll talk pretty much all subjects. I will tell you what I think. And you will be surprised too because in due time, we'll rock the world. Friday night was one of those nights where it really looked like there would not be any stars from either the New York Ranger or New York Islander prospects. Going coast-to-coast during the evening, the closest we came to somebody making a game changing play came on an assist. But that person did not even get a star as with three other players in the same game.
It took the very last game being played in the furthest away location for somebody to reach up and grab star.What a strange evening this was as we not sure why but there was a lot of people describing games and/or efforts with with some not so nice terms. Even stranger for us was seeing hockey doubleheader that we never thought we would see on US TV. As the blog post title says. YouTube link. You pour the sand in at the top. well, at the bottom. Via A London Salmagundi. I had a bunch of photos from the past few days, so I'm just going to post them all together. It was a lovely afternoon, and many people were enjoying it. While I was snapping the photo of the she-wolf, I heard one guy nearby say, "everyone takes a picture of that!" Here's why you don't see more pictures. Questions: I use Mary Shelley in the opening line despite the fact that she is Mary Godwin at this point in history. Your instinct that this is wrong are correct. Any reader who knows the "characters" here will know who Mary Godwin is. Getting historical facts wrong drives most of them up the wall. Or maybe just me up the wall. In any case, use her correct name. The added benefit is this: if the person reading the query doesn't know that Mary Godwin is Mary Shelley, it's a nice reveal. In other words win/win. In the waking world, it stalks the streets as a possessed serial killer. This and that and. last little touches, no really. I miss those days- most of them anywayPlease visit Faded Charm for White Wednesday,hosted by the delightful Kathleen. I have a smart phone, so I kinda, sorta do. Then I thought about adding pictures to my tweets. buy yours now to avoid disappointment! Also this month, a selection of cracking winter special offers from the SGU for golfers in Scotland as well as the latest news from the SGU on the hot topics in Scottish golf. They wouldn't obey my regulations even though obedience would have given them life". Observation:Ezekiel is once again crying out about the sins of Israel. God was grieved with Israel because he had brought them out of Egypt and then they turned around and worshiped other gods. Though he had done much for them, they would not follow his decrees. God says, "They wouldn't obey my regulations even though obedience would have given them life". Obedience brings life, disobedience brings death. Application:We are under grace and not law today, but God still is looking for a people who walk in obedience to him. Sometimes obedience seems wearisome because we like to do what we want to do. I have found that following Jesus and doing what he is asking, whether it feels good in the present or not, always brings his blessing, and I don't want to live outside his blessing.
Prayer:Teach me Lord to walk in obedience to you and your word.Peter didn't want to because it was considered unclean meat. Finally God told him not to call unclean what God had cleaned. Next he ended up at a Gentile's house and the Holy Spirit was poured out on them like the original outpouring. All Peter could think was, "God shows no favorites". Application: God doesn't show favorites. He doesn't love one more than another. Movie -. So get yer half-lengths out lads, those lazy, hazy days have arrived!A good one it was too, with jovial bonhomie and King Rat-esque cynicism equally represented at last night's IEA curtain-raiser. The topic was "What are smokers' rights in a free society?", and most of the panel were of the opinion that there should at least be some. However, slouching with a pursed grin - not unlike Randall Boggs - was the panellist most attendees were there to see, and who some chose to avoid, Peter Hitchens. Smoking, he asserted, is not a personal choice for the simple reason that you aren't in charge of your bodies at all. Those around you are. A Good BoyI woke before the morning, I was happy all the day,I never said an ugly word, but smiled and stuck to play. And now at last the sun is going down behind the wood,And I am very happy, for I know that I've been good. I know that, till to-morrow I shall see the sun arise,No ugly dream shall fright my mind, no ugly sight my eyes. But slumber hold me tightly till I waken in the dawn,And hear the thrushes singing in the lilacs round the lawn. Robert Louis Stevenson“It’s almost like he knows me!”Edward. So I hope you have had a good week. We can not guarantee people will read your posts, but we know there is a higher chance of people reading your posts and returning to read other posts if you make them interesting with pictures and good hints and tips. this is the short version. I hope the girls like the card this month! Each card package has a scrap piece of Baja Blue dsp for the to paper piece. I paper pieced the birds. and the useful idiots who are at the meet and greet laugh too. Am. So.
Glad.I. Escaped. Minnesota. Meantime here in Idaho:Idaho Introduces Bill to Nullify EPA Regulations. I really enjoy reading through them and get such a chuckle out of some of the things that are written. it's very much appreciated. I'm really pleased that you are enjoying the drawings I post and can find something useful and fun to do with them. We saw a wide variety of wonderful projects this time around. Many thanks to all who participated. And our random prize winner is. One of those wish-I'd-written-it sort of gags. .