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Photo by I. Peterson. Monitoring the progress of the primary wave count. Some bigfooters think they have captured footage of a baby bigfoot on video. Are they right? Or is it just a trick of light?. Sorry for the delay, testing new equipment. Back Tuesday.

I usually try to stay away from the UFO drawer.

Today Walter went to watch the Tucson Open golf tournament. I decided it would be a good time to tackle that drawer. Bad Idea. Another Factory Outlet which is open only before Chinese New Year. cheuncheong. sg. Le onoranze funebri sono a cura della ditta Alfa e Omega di Lipari. Opponents on campuses have been steeling themselves to keep battling a proposed anti-sanctuary bill since the Texas Senate passed the controversial measure last week. This shift could significantly curtail colleges' ability to avoid helping federal authorities with deportations. The fact that the bill would cover campus police hits home for students, said Vanessa Rodriguez, a freshman at the University of Texas at Austin. Source:. by Star Parker: What is it about new Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos that so bothers Democrats that not a single Democratic Senator voted to confirm her, requiring Vice President Mike Pence to cast the deciding vote? You would think, after years of Washington pumping tens of billions of taxpayer funds into public education with virtually no improvement in test scores, a new Education secretary that genuinely wants change would be celebrated. This is despite the U. S. It was initially very gradual. Unless you knew him well, you wouldn't notice it right away. It started with the loss of his sense of time. He became erratic. He would demand to be released from the hospital one day only to ask to be returned to the hospital the next day. He was in and out of confinement four or five times in less than a month.

His liver was failing and it was having a detrimental effect on his brain.

It got progressively worse to the point that nothing that he said made sense anymore.

He was interchanging words.

I had to write down some of the things he was saying so I could figure out which words meant what. I planned an entire series of posts for this week thinking "It's February, everyone's been cooped up inside all winter and we need to MOVE. This particular activity is one of my favorite ways to encourage children who don't typically choose to participate in art activities to join us for art - drawing or painting to music. I always start by covering a table with a large piece of paper, which allows for free movement and collaboration, and minimizes the "that's my paper!" arguments. Then I select a playlist.

The Piano Guys are my personal favorite for a mix in tempos and styles, and they are available on CD or you can stream their channel on Pandora.

Shannon. I wanted to share this card with you. I think out of all the cards that you send, sympathy cards are the hardest!!! This is for one of my dear colleagues at work, I made it a little bigger, so everyone could sign it. I tried to keep it simple and elegant. I used the Dragonfly framelit along with the Flourishing Phrases.

If you haven't checked out that stamp set, it has some really enduring sayings.

Have a great day!!.

Here's a real gem from a piece in the New York Sun/ "I don't bother reading the editorial page of the New York Times because I get the opinions on the front page.

". St. Patrick's Day is Ireland's national holiday and understandably St. Patrick himself is looked on as the personification of all that is Irish. It is probably the only holiday specifically associated with one nation that is celebrated with gusto in countries across the globe, with prominent streets and buildings on so many continents being decked out in Emerald Isle Green. Yet St. Patrick himself and so many of the traditions associated with the Festival have their origins far beyond our green shamrock shores. St. This may be due to a recent update you made or improvements we are working on.

The natural distribution of cactus species occurs exclusively in the New World with a single exception.

This range includes North and South America, Central America, and the adjacent Islands such as the Caribbean and Galapagos islands. Rhipsalis baccifera, an epiphytic species, is the sole exception that can be found in Madagascar, tropical Africa, the Seychelles, Mauritius, Reunion, and Sri Lanka as well as tropical America. Think of all the great deserts of the world that don't have cacti: the Gobi, Sahara, Australia's Victoria. But it's worth adding this point from the Reddit discussion: While there are not cacti in those deserts it should be noted there are cactus-like plants. Cactus belong to the family Cactaceae. Hope you liked his yellow jock yesterday. Jock fans are in for a treat as he has another today. I start my mornings with them and often return to them again before I close my eyes at night. This list has grown over the years, as I have learned and grown. I hope these prayers will encourage you and impact your heart the way they continue to impact mine. " Surely He shall deliver you from the snare of the fowler And from the perilous pestilence. Harold Sidney Brewster What with all the religion weighing down my family tree, it's a wonder none of it slid onto me. I've got one ancestor that felt so strongly about his faith that he talked all those people into sailing on the Mayflower. I've got a great-grandfather so pious that he sent Mark Twain over the edge when they did a lecture tour together.

My grandfather was an Episcopalian minister.

My dad quoted the King James Bible all the time, although I'm not sure he meant anything by it. But here I am, bereft of faith. "Windjammer" by Doug Mills America's first purpose built windjammer, Mary Day, at WoodenBoat in Brooklin, Maine. You can tell when you are out in the wonderful country. Lovely scenery and things to see on the way We arrived on Friday and the hall awaits us for the next day! Of course every visit is always via this great little Old fashioned Exchange Store and of course Kerrie's lovely little patchwork shop. Friday night always lovely to catch up with friends from last yearSuzie, Fi, Janice,Kez,Jules and Dzintra not to mention the mischievous Lea and Jenny and there were the dedicated ones stitching away - Donna/Marilyn/Susan/Linda and De We had a swap - one was a "Bonnie Sullivan" pattern that we had to do on something. for the Saturday workshop swap.

and one was for the "bloggers swap".

and can you believe "Jenny" won in both swaps: I'll be back,. more pics from the weekend to post soon. On Saturday David, Bentley and I drove up to Round Top to visit the Winter Show inside the Big Red Barn. It was a beautiful day and there was lots of activity in Round Top despite the fact that not too many venues are open at this time of year. It was however, much easier to get around without all the typical crowds of the Spring and Fall shows. The show in the Big Red Barn was busy. Lots of great vendors from Texas and states beyond showing off their treasures. I knew that Carolyn Westbrook would be there and I was anxious to visit her booth and hoping that I would be able to meet Carolyn in person. I was in luck. Carolyn was in fact present, although she was swamped with customer questions and sales. As you would imagine, her booth was beautifully staged with all sorts of fabulous items as well as her signature bed linens. During a brief moment, while a customer was adding to her already large order, I did get to chat with Carolyn. She's very open, friendly, energetic and full of fun. Alternative facts is better termed 'alternative reality'. An example is a left leaning poll, knowing that marijuana smokers sleep in , work from home, or don't have jobs, pollsters will poll during the afternoon. Such a poll is then used by the CBC or CNN to support in a pseudoscience way their contention that the majority of Canadians want more access for themselves and their children and their pets to marijuana. Selection bias worked in the university regarding Climate Change. The UN IPCC mandate was to publish evidence of 'man made weather changes'. JUST TO GIVE YOU AN IDEA. but that is far from the most interesting part of this interview. This guy has cast himself, and claims all purveyors of news do so also, as the sole deciders of what's racist, homophobic, et al. He claims the right to call you a homophobe if you think marriage is between a man and a woman. If you think abortion is the killing of an innocent baby, you are against women's rights. Why? Because "there are not two sides to any of these issues. " BuzzFeed considers itself a legitimate source of news. Ben Smith claims even Fox news doesn't consider racism or any other "isms" to have two sides. He's right.

They don't.

Recently, I was debating a Catholic who said Protestants claim "special access" to biblical truth through their historical and linguistic expertise. That echoes the Catholic meme that Protestants replace the papacy with a "priesthood of scholars". .