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So I added a little washi tape to the top. Other than that I kept my card simple using a little pink cardstock and some enamel dots. Next week you can play along with us using a SKETCH. Today's sketch is a melange of drawings of Pallas, the goat-like Gigante adversary of Athena in Athena: Grey Eyed Goddess. I included this mainly because I think giant goat monsters are cool beans. Clark Quinn wrote an extremely interesting post, X-based learning: sorting out pedagogies and design, on activity based learning. Wanting to see how these different models would interconnect on a mindmap, I started playing with them. That is when I noticed that one of the main difference among them is that some have a known answer and/or the goal is driven by the curriculum, while others have an unknown answer and/or the goal is directed by the learners. Tacit Knowledge is normally difficult to articulate to others, thus the models with unknown goals and/or directed by the learners would fall on this side of the branch. This seemed to give the mindmap a real purpose, rather than just be formal vs. informal, social vs. self, or active vs. passive. Photos: Malin Persson Hemma hos Josefin. Last week stylist Susanna Vento presented the first apartment of her latest interior design work: the SATO project. beautiful soft minimalism, great inspiration! see more here. The Missourian reviews The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell: This novel is perfect for the Brontë lover in all of us and is especially appealing to those who have read the author’s three famed works. Laced with a forbidden love story and nuisances galore, this story is one that will leave the reader with the willingness to search for any adventure possible in everyday life. Jess has posted her very first tatted bits from when she was learning a butterfly and section of edging. Heather has pulled out a WIP that's sat unfinished for years just waiting to have the ends hidden and blocked. Her best tatting ever is a beautiful cap with beaded rosettes in the centre and around the edge. Michelle thought this motif would make a lovely bracelet, but now she's not too sure. Part of the problem is that it's had an unexpected tea bath. She admired a motif Gina whipped up and had to give it a try. This little snowflake is one she saw on Decoromana's blog. Anika made the Tatted Bookmark by Nancy Tracy at be-stitched as a gift for the bishop. g. , EHR expansion - ed. These can be read at the links above, and are self-explanatory. A new Politico investigation and article, however, is worth writing about: PoliticoDoctors barred from discussing safety glitches in U. S. But don’t expect to hear about the problems from doctors or hospitals. Most of them are under gag orders not to discuss the specific failings of their systems — even though poor technology in hospitals can have lethal consequences. S. m. m. courtesy of on. cccourtesy of singtao. When host Yeung Lok Ting asked him who he would plan to take on vacation for the White Valentine's Day, he joked that unfortunately he learned from the newspaper that she was married. Goo Jai denied that the Valentine's Day question made him feel awkward because he often went on vacation with his family. He said that he would not mind going out with his parents on White Valentine's Day, since he would only go out and eat anyway. He spent both Valentine's Day and the Lantern Festival on the plane. He said that he did not avoid the holidays, but he thought they were very interesting since he has never spent both holidays sleeping and watching television on the plane before. Trockel lives and works in Cologne, and teaches at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Her work challenged concepts of sexuality, culture, and artistic production. Congratulations to the Sheriff’s Office Employees of the Third Quarter. In the picture, Sheriff Rick Ramsay congratulates those chosen. From left to right, Victim Advocate Carol Albury-Johnson, Detention Sergeant Mark Lindback, Traffic Sergeant Kevin Mimosa, Reserve Deputy Dan Zeig and Explorer Thomas Mirabella. First, the fun. You can read about it here. Mary-Kate goes out in a black on black mixed-texture look with her classic beachy waves, a fur coat, croc-embossed top, skinny pants and leather moto boots. Get the look: + M Missoni Oversized Sunglasses + Topshop Black Faux Shearling Fur Jacket + Max & Chloe Femme Metale Serpent Ring + J Brand Marilena Snake-Print Leather Tee + ASOS Leather Chelsea Ankle Boots. I can afford one day to totally goof off! I have three more days to enjoy. but they will be spent at home. cooking and cleaning and catching up on all my “stuff. ” Far Guy has more to add to his Gene Autry collection. " What's your own favorite animal? I hope you will enjoy this collection of favorites, each one so different from the next!. I'm on it. In this video many reasons were given for the underachievement of boys in schools. Some strategies were discussed in order to help close the gender gap.
Consider the following questions as you respond.As frequent visitors to this blog know, Deckboss has been bird-dogging the bankruptcy case of Adak Fisheries, an Aleutian cod processor with a turbulent past. What's really interesting about this motion is its concise history of the business, including a candid accounting of its good and bad years financially. The motion also mentions Ben Stevens, suggesting the son of the former U. S. senator was a key figure in a falling-out between Adak Fisheries founder Kjetil Solberg and one of his several partners. Well, enough of my description. Just read the five-page motion. S. Bankruptcy Court in Anchorage. The other day I had something of an epiphany on the subject of what sock yarn I was going to use for my shop. Glaringly obvious. I'm blaming it on being sick, never mind that I was worrying the problem long before I caught this bug. But I'll keep some superwash going for people with a prefrence for it. The superwash stuff will probably be horrendously bright. I'm going to try for some neon, next batch. You were warned. Otherwise, a few skeins of yarn might get added to the shop late this month, because instead of winding and dyeing I've been laying around coughing and hitting myself in the face with toilet seats. If they get really popular I'll probably have to up the price a bit because they take three or four times longer to produce than the regularly dyed yarns. To all my lovlies out there, What a wonderful fashion journey this blog has been for me. It’s been a place to share and explore, a place to have fun and to connect with so many amazing fashionistas. I’m saying farewell today, not because my love of fashion has changed, but because I’m entering a new chapter of my life and quite honestly, available time in the day gets less and less. Most importantly, I have an amazing new little person to now care for and devote time to. Additionally, I’m taking a challenging, time consuming, and travel requiring opportunity on the job front. Thank you all for your amazing support and dare I say friendship over the years – I’ve connected with and have been inspired by so many of you! I will certainly continue express my love for fashion in my everyday wardrobe choices and will look forward to still visiting all of your fashion blogs in the future. For my final post, I’m highlighting a few night out dresses – including a classic little black dress, a pop of color dress, and an all over pattern dress. I’ve also highlighted several over-the-years looks of mine. I've had to take a day off from my usual fare of French Press coffee because I drove to Huntsville, Texas yesterday to speak to the Tall Pines Quilt Guild. I'd never driven down some of the smaller country roads that lead to Huntsville and I totally loved it. It made the drive so much more fun. I'm back now and ready for the coffee cozie/fabric giveaway extravaganza, so let's get started. Unless otherwise noted, press all seams to one side, alternating sides where seams intersect. Print paper template. I was born in a small town called Beaufort West, South Africa. Beaufort West became the first municipality in South Africa and had the first town hall in the country as well. Beaufort West people are very friendly and helpful and has produced many medical greats.
The world's first heart transplant surgeon, Christiaan Barnard was born en bred in Beaufort West.I was a former resident of the old Bo-dorp.
Many coloured families lived there before apartheid, but we were moved to live in a area south of the town.Fiona Scott has received confirmation from Cawder Golf Club for the rescheduled date of the West Championship. All the players will be contacted. . Why? Because all he does is sleep in the waiting room and greet the UPS guy. He listens to me like a roommate, keeps me warm at night, hugs, adores, obeys, works his rump off. I couldn't ask for more in a farm dog. To wake up and know that the dog by your side is already watching the flock from the upstairs window, is at your hip as you greet the day, and if a ewe breaks through the electric fence and takes off for the chicken feeder - he is at her like a bolt of lightning. I've owned quite a lot of different binders over the years, but at any one time the most I've had in my possession has been three. I love Filofaxes, but my minimalist tendencies mean that I just don't want any more than that. And yet. Sweater season is almost upon us. just say no. what's going on. Good morning, happy Wednesday. No clouds in sight. We have only sun this morning. Surf is glassy and smaller today than yesterday. It is averaging shin to knee high in the channel/groin. It is smaller in the patch at about ankle to shin high. I'll update this report with any condition changes. Just a reminder to pack your trash!!! PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT.
Respect the Beach.Wow! This month flew by! We had Brett's birthday and our anniversary.
And did I mention that I started a business? Yep, I just hit lead consultant with Jamberry, woo hoo!! A busy month, indeed.So, a belated thank you to all of you who kept us going during that time. It means more to me than I can even express. Here are the funny things the kiddos said this month. It's as if it's impossible for something to look like it means something on the surface but really mean something else, where you can tell it by looking elsewhere in the document to see what the overall intent was. That point can be observed even in original public meaning, as long as the principle of charity is in operation to guide how we interpret the public meaning. We don't have to turn to intent derived from looking at external documents to get such a thing. But that's disanalogous to an uninspired piece of legislation. He should first explore whether there are reasonable harmonizations. However, even on that weaker principle, the alleged parallel breaks down. A consensus document. Greetings, Today is the Feast Day for St. Andrew. the patron saint of Scotland. Cheers,Scot. Last week, I made two Lanyards with fabric scraps again. It's similar to my patchwork string, but I put a cotton tape on the back for this. I write here how I made them. I used a piece of leather on it. - Hard to believe when you look at the attendance figures on a daily basis, but the Big A experienced increases across the board. Going to the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in March was a blast. With that, I was satisfied and set no expectations for the next tournament. No, wait. That's not quite right.
Hi there crafty peeps! It's Amber here today, and I am so excited to share with you a simple but beautiful card I created for Valentine's Day using watercolors to create my background.
I used supplies from the new February Simon Says Stamp card kit to create this card.The watercolors were so much fun to work with. I used a mix of red, pink, and purple. I then splattered some Gold Gelatos mixed with water to create some interest. The wreath and sentiment are both rub-ons from the Crate Paper Kiss Kiss collection that I rubbed onto sticky backed canvas and die cut with a circle die. I added some sequins for sparkle. To finish the card and bring it all together, I wrapped Ivory Burlap String from the store and also created a bow with my Bow It All tool. I hope you enjoy my simple but beautiful Valentine's Day card. Have a wonderful day and make sure to visit the Really Reasonable Ribbon Store for all of your Valentine's Day card needs!. .