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Am I the only person who feels like we just celebrated Valentine's Day?!? Seriously, the weeks have been flying by these last few months. I cannot believe that spring is right around the corner and the next big holiday, Saint Patrick's Day, is next week. This holiday sparks a few memories for me such as green beer, scrambling to find something green to throw on, and proudly sporting a "Kiss Me I'm Irish" button. That being said, let me reach into my pot of gold and share a few shimmering facts with you.
I don't drink beer, like ever.If you see me with a beer in my hand it's a desperate time that called for a desperate measure. Therefore, green beer doesn't thrill or excite me - at all. I hardly own anything green. That includes, but is not limited to: shirts, underwear, pants, workout clothes, jewelry, etc.
I love Tai Chi and have an on-again, off-again relationship with a class here in town.When I don't have a class I do some Tai Chi at home, using some of the short videos available on youtube or either of the two DVDs I have. Below are some of the shorter offerings. These are by Dr. Robert Dodson sets up his latest trap design to try and capture evidence of bigfoot's existence. The struggle is real. Not everything you hear rustling outside is the wind. Check out these terrifying tales of canine like creatures that are half man, half beast!. MAD WORLD's Shawn Yue courtesy of singtao. Nina Paw Hee Ching and Kara Wai Ying Hung were both nominated for Best Actress. This year's Hong Kong Film Award theme will be "Magic Moment". However, Ka Tung just won his first Best Actor award at the Hong Kong Film Critic Society awards. Who knew if it would be advantageous to the Hong Kong Film Award.
Today is week three in the Sweetie Pie Sew Along YaY! If you are just joining us.S. I havent trimmed up any of my finished pie blocks yet. I never thought KCBS would be a little cranky. but I'm sure they are now. All because of this. They'll be no noticeable changes for awhile. Rumors are already flying. We'll talk more soon. Evidently sensing a potential crisis, the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute has posted a two-part response to reports of the discovery of a type of tapeworm in wild Alaska salmon. Press releaseAlaska salmon Q&A Here is the scientific article that got this parasitic PR problem started. npvn. npower. gov. If there was any question about Young's theology, this book leaves no doubt.
But this hasn't stopped scores of people from defending the book/movie as "just a story.Aside from the fact that any talk about God is theology, Young has outright said The Shack is theology. In the forward to C.
Yesterday I posted about the Live Animal Christmas Play.Today I am giving y'all a little peak into the "behind the scenes" of what REALLY happens to make the show happen. We had the greatest crew of ladies you could imagine who did hair and makeup for ALL of the actors. Allison worked on this crew again this year, doing several of the Swiss ladies' hairstyles. We also had animal rooms, and a costume room, and dressing rooms, and eating rooms, and hangout rooms, and nooks and corners everywhere between. Sitting in line waiting for my makeup. which meant fun times hanging out with this cutie pie! Almost ready to go! Liz getting her makeup done. Jewish mother + daughter duo-Rebecca + I. Sister love! Little Miss Rebecca, clad in her sweet white nightgown, reading in her dressing room, in between her scenes.
Allison and I took a few minutes in between shows to run across the square to grab some coffee and a little R+R time.Usually I will do my grocery once a week, there was this day when after doing my weekly grocery, was craving for Bento set. There was this place Umi Sushi where they do sell Bento in the vicinity of the supermarket I went to. Overall, I still prefer kopi as kopi, milo as milo. Keighley News tells about the new book by Karen Perkins, Parliament Of Rooks: Haunting Brontë Country. Emily Brontë features in the latest Yorkshire ghost story by novelist Karen Perkins. Parliament Of Rooks is described as a haunting tale of Brontë country, showing that no matter how hard life is, humanity has the power to make it better or worse. The book is the latest historical paranormal novel in the award-winning Yorkshire Ghosts series by Karen, who also writes Caribbean pirate adventures. Karen said the story contrasted the beautiful and inspiring village of Haworth today with the slum – or 'rookery' – that it was during the Industrial Revolution. Karen said: "Nine-year-old Harry Sutcliff hates working at Rooks Mill and is forever in trouble for running away to the wide empty spaces of the moors – empty but for the song of the skylark, the antics of the rabbits, and the explorations of Emily Brontë. "Bound together by their love of the moors, Emily and Harry develop a lasting friendship, but not everyone is happy about it – especially Martha, Harry's wife.
"Only time will tell if Verity and William have the strength to fight off the ghosts determined to shape their lives, or whether they will succumb to an age-old betrayal..