2nd Leg

20 Mar 19
viewfromthebridgeblog

(The image above is of the British Leg of  the 1946 Pilgrim Cross pilgrimage to Vezelay.) My wife and I will soon be two of the three hundred plus pilgrims who spend Holy Week walking to Walsingham. There are several groups (called Legs) who do this, each share the carrying of a large wooden cross […]

20 Mar 19
allparadisegames

All these are essential. The most usual cover could be that the plastic pull-up that can be affordable and light weight but perhaps not elastic. They’re also vulnerable to ripping and breaking, particularly when placed through the dryer. Engineered diaper covers are just another choice. This could be the possibility I prefer and have fallen […]

20 Mar 19
#TheJourneyNotTheDestination

My last blog was 5 weeks ago! It’s about time I updated this blog and gave a quick rundown on my last few weeks of training and where I’m headed this summer. Training has been headed in the right direction under the tutillage of Simon @ Paradise Triathlon Training. In the main I have completed […]

20 Mar 19
Round Table India Blogs

“Disability is not inability.” For the first time in Round Table India history, Wheelchair cricket exhibition match between UP & Delhi was held on the national platform of Jaffa.  We know cricket and we all are familiar with wheelchairs. People confined to a wheelchair due to various reasons, are challenging themselves to play cricket despite […]

20 Mar 19
India

I lost my phone, hence why I haven;t posted anything for such a long time. I’m using someone else’s computer. It turns out the SD card in my camera is the wrong size for the computer, so I don’t know how to get the photos onto the blog. I’ve had a great couple of weeks. […]

20 Mar 19
WrighterJake

Mi casa It’s been a busy few weeks since my last post, but the biggest change has been moving into my own place. As you can imagine after spending 3 weeks in a hotel I was very keen to move in and quickly set about buying some essentials for a comfortable time here. It came […]

20 Mar 19
VM Car

Minh Mang Tomb is a monument in the monument capital of Hue was recognized by UNESCO as world cultural heritage 11-12-1993 day. Minh Mang Tomb also called Xiaoling Mausoleum (孝陵), is the resting place of kings under the Nguyen dynasty 2nd – King Minh Mang. Works by King Thieu Tri – son of King Minh […]

20 Mar 19
HCPC

Wednesday, 2nd Week in Lent Opening Prayer Behold, now is the acceptable time; now is the day of salvation. Turn us again, O God of our salvation, that the light of your face may shine on us. May your justice shine like the sun; and may the poor be lifted up. (2 Cor. 6:2; Ps. […]

20 Mar 19
JMcDonaldMedia

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.—For the second-time this season, the Silverton defense came out slow out of the gate and it allowed North Salem to take full advantage of it with two quick runs in the opening frame of the game Tuesday afternoon. It’s weird to think, in the Foxes 8-3 win, that two […]

20 Mar 19
Armagon Live

I was lamenting on Twitter a bit that leveling in BfA for the 2nd time (Horde) and 3rd time (Alliance) wasn’t sparking a lot of joy for me so maybe I should stray from the well trodden path of Drustvar -> Tiragarde -> Stormsong and Vol’dun -> Zuldazar -> Nazmir or mix it up somehow, […]

20 Mar 19
$leazePrie$t

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20 Mar 19
$leazePrie$t

SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA – MARCH 2019: Spring into savings with amazing deals on the entire line of Metric Halo AAX|Native, AAX|DSP, AU, VST, 32- or 64-bit plugins (for Mac or Windows) and SpectraFoo, and save on new Metric Halo 3d Audio Converters, Preamps and Interfaces during the Metric Halo …

20 Mar 19
The Denver Post
BOULDER — The Buffaloes’ defense wasn’t in March form. But D’Shawn Schwartz sure as heck was. Schwartz drained a personal-best five treys — on just eight attempts — and netted 19 points to lead Colorado to a 78-73 win over Dayton in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament late Tuesday night at the CU Events Center. CU swingman Tyler Bey finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds, his 16th double-double of the season, despite suffering what appeared to be a left leg injury midway through the second half. The Las Vegas native ran to the locker room a short while later but returned to the contest with 5:23 left and with the hosts clinging to a 66-63 lead. All-league guard McKinley Wright chipped in 19 points and five assists. The Buffs (22-12), seeded fourth in its quadrant, will next face the winner of the Wednesday tussle between the top seed Alabama (18-15) and eighth-seeded Norfolk State (21-13) in the NIT’s second round. The better seed in the early rounds of the tourney receives home-court advantage, so CU might have at least one more contest at Regent Drive this month. Freshman forward Obi Toppin dropped 21 points for the Flyers (21-11), who became the first team to shoot better than 50 percent as a group against the Buffs since Stanford back on Jan. 26. The Cardinal converted 55.1 percent of its attempts at home in a 75-62 CU loss. The defense that had carried the Buffs through the final kick of the Pac-12 Conference slate and to the semifinals of the league tournament — CU had won 10 of its last 13 going into the NIT — was nowhere to be found early. The Flyers converted a slew of easy lay-ups behind the Buffaloes’ defense in the game’s first 25 minutes, draining 15 of their first 25 attempts (60 percent) and 20 of their first 32 (62.5) percent. Dayton forward Josh Cunningham’s layup with 14:39 left in the game put the visitors up 50-43 and capped a 15-6 run coming out of the halftime break. CU had finished the first half strong, despite enforcer Evan Battey sitting the final 10 minutes of the period with two fouls. With CU going from small to smaller, a 3-pointer by Schwartz and a steal and layup by Wright had trimmed the Flyers lead to 23-20. Schwartz drained his second trey of the half from the left wing with 4:26 left in the period to knot the contest at 30-30. The hosts closed the half on a 14-5 run and took a 37-35 lead into the break, with sophomore forward Alexander Strating accounting for seven of those points. The 6-7 Dutchman drained a free throw at the 3:04 mark gave the Buffs their first lead — 31-30 — since five minutes into the game, and a tip-in off his own miss 40 seconds later pushed the home cushion to three points. The Buffs seemed to gain some momentum after a see-saw first five minutes as Wright’s trey with 14:46 to go in the first period gave the hosts an 11-9 edge. But the Flyers shifted gears after that, pushing the tempo and stringing together an 11-2 run over the next two-and-a-half minutes.