Blue Sky

23 Apr 19
gemrene

get out please why don’t i speak up? mama called me destructive said it’d ruin me one day listening to the weeknd to calm down sinking into a black hole but i don’t even know why I’m extraterrestrial i wish i could write something to express the way music makes my blood flow i wish […]

23 Apr 19
CLS Blue Sky Blog

Integrated reporting is a business process that culminates in the publication of a report that explains how an organization creates value over the short-, medium-, and long-term. In terms of content and time horizon, an integrated report is similar to a company’s long-term plan. The first integrated reports were published in the early 2000s by […]

23 Apr 19
Jeanne Takenaka

Pic of Colosseum By JeanneTakenaka True Confession: I must have had a huge blonde moment (and, yes, I really am blonde in real life…mixed in with some grays) last week. I had it in my brain that there was one more week until Easter. And . . . I shared a different post than I’d […]

23 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
BRITAIN’S hot spell will come to a dramatic end this week – with a barrage of thunderstorms and heavy rain on the way from tomorrow. Today will see the last of the sunny and dry weather before storms roll in – bringing flash floods and up to 1.5in of rain in just 24 hours. Thunderstorms will strike parts of England on Wednesday as Britain’s calm and temperate weather comes to a dramatic end [web_component id=”web-component-weather” url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/components_static/weather/weather.c7783189.js” src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fcomponents_static%2Fdata%2Fiframe-sc.html%3Fid%3Dweb-component-weather%26script%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.thesun.co.uk%252Fcomponents_static%252Fweather%252Fweather.c7783189.js”] The areas in blue on this graphic show the likeliest areas that will be hit by dramatic thunderstorms on Wednesday Temperatures are also set to fall to as low as 11C – a drastic drop from Bank Holiday Monday’s record 25C scorcher. The storms – which will also bring 60mph gales – are set to batter the country by as early as Wednesday, according to the Met Office. Forecaster Sophie Yeomans said: “We’re keeping warnings under close review, with localised surface water flooding possible as 20-40mm (1.5in) of rain falls in 24 hours. “Thundery downpours are likely for Scotland on Wednesday night and through Thursday. [boxout headline=”Be in control of your bills – and save an average of £219″ intro=”SWITCHCRAFT is a free service that finds you the right energy deal – and you could save an average of £219 a year.”] Sign up, compare and switch with Switchcraft You’ll automatically be switched at the end of your new plan when a cheaper deal comes up Get £5 free cashback when you sign up A fiver will be paid into your bank account within four months of completing the switch. prepayment meter customer customers will receive a £5 Amazon voucher. Open to those 18 and over. UK residents only. Click here for full T&Cs. [/boxout] “Tuesday is forecast 21C – but it’s a very different picture by the weekend, with the risk of heavy rain and gales with 50-60mph gusts. “The windiest conditions are likely to be in the North-West of the UK. “But blustery conditions are expected for other parts, dependent on the low pressure track.” The Met Office webside also warned of thundery downpours moving south-to-north on Wednesday. Following the downpours will be fresher, cooler weather – before more storms roll in. [quote credit=”Sophie Yeomans ” credit-meta=”Met Office forecaster”]We’re keeping warnings under close review, with localised surface water flooding possible[/quote] The forecast added: “Thundery rain clearing north Thursday, with heavy, thundery showers following. “Further heavy and thundery showers Friday. “Possibly a spell of wet and windy weather arriving in the west on Saturday.” It means today will be the last chance for many Brits to get the most of the sunny skies. LAST CHANCE FOR SUNSHINE In its forecast for Tuesday, the Met Office said: “Mostly dry, sunny and warm for many. “The chance of showers across the far west and southwest first thing and again later in the day, possibly thundery. “It’ll be cloudier, cooler and breezy along some North Sea coastal areas.” On Monday, England smashed its previous record of 24C in 2011 as the mercury rose to 25C – 9C hotter than Majorca. The heatwave has also helped Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland each enjoy their warmest Easter Monday on record, the Met Office said. Scotland climbed to 23.6C – while in Wales it was 23.5C and Northern Ireland saw temperatures reach 21.4C. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The previous record for England was 24C (75.2F) in Hampshire in 2011. Tourism chiefs toasted a £3.5billion jackpot as Easter’s biggest-ever staycation weekend saw up to 14 million Brits holidaying in the UK. The heatwave saw up to 7m more last-minute trippers join the 7.4m who had already planned trips, with up to £3.5billion set to be spent, VisitEngland data showed. Heavy rainfall is on the cards for Wednesday afternoon, as this weather graphic shows The areas marked in green on this map show where dramatic thunderstorms are set to strike on Wendesday afternoon, with a streak seen across East Anglia, the Midlands and Wales Crowds flocked to the beach in Lyme Regis, Dorset, yesterday as they made the most of the Bank Holiday sunshine We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
23 Apr 19
Carries Book Reviews

    The Rookie Abigail Owen (ire’s Edge #2) Published by: Entangled: Amara Publication date: April 22nd 2019 Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance Playing with dragons will only get your burned. To escape exile, Aidan Paytah has had to prove himself worthy. Every second of every damn day. He fought with everything he had to earn […]

23 Apr 19
CLS Blue Sky Blog

On April 8, 2019, the Federal Reserve proposed a broad overhaul of the 2011 regulations governing resolution planning (the “Proposal”)[1], which would significantly reduce the frequency of submissions and simplify requirements for many resolution plans.  The Proposal would modify the existing rule to incorporate the experience gained since the first plans were filed in 2013 […]

23 Apr 19
Standards & Substandards

After one of our first gigs, someone came up and asked what kind of band we are. I wasn’t sure where she was going with this until she offered suggestions: blues? funk? soul? I’d thought it was obvious, but as she was asking I realized that it’s not at all. In fact, even if you […]

23 Apr 19
The Sun
BRITAIN’S hot spell will come to a dramatic end this week – with a barrage of thunderstorms and heavy rain on the way from tomorrow. Today will see the last of the sunny and dry weather before storms roll in – bringing flash floods and up to 1.5in of rain in just 24 hours. Thunderstorms will strike parts of England on Wednesday as Britain’s calm and temperate weather comes to a dramatic end [web_component id=”web-component-weather” url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/components_static/weather/weather.c7783189.js” src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fcomponents_static%2Fdata%2Fiframe-sc.html%3Fid%3Dweb-component-weather%26script%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fwww.thesun.co.uk%252Fcomponents_static%252Fweather%252Fweather.c7783189.js”] The areas in blue on this graphic show the likeliest areas that will be hit by dramatic thunderstorms on Wednesday Temperatures are also set to fall to as low as 11C – a drastic drop from Bank Holiday Monday’s record 25C scorcher. The storms – which will also bring 60mph gales – are set to batter the country by as early as Wednesday, according to the Met Office. Forecaster Sophie Yeomans said: “We’re keeping warnings under close review, with localised surface water flooding possible as 20-40mm (1.5in) of rain falls in 24 hours. “Thundery downpours are likely for Scotland on Wednesday night and through Thursday. [boxout headline=”Be in control of your bills – and save an average of £219″ intro=”SWITCHCRAFT is a free service that finds you the right energy deal – and you could save an average of £219 a year.”] Sign up, compare and switch with Switchcraft You’ll automatically be switched at the end of your new plan when a cheaper deal comes up Get £5 free cashback when you sign up A fiver will be paid into your bank account within four months of completing the switch. prepayment meter customer customers will receive a £5 Amazon voucher. Open to those 18 and over. UK residents only. Click here for full T&Cs. [/boxout] “Tuesday is forecast 21C – but it’s a very different picture by the weekend, with the risk of heavy rain and gales with 50-60mph gusts. “The windiest conditions are likely to be in the North-West of the UK. “But blustery conditions are expected for other parts, dependent on the low pressure track.” The Met Office webside also warned of thundery downpours moving south-to-north on Wednesday. Following the downpours will be fresher, cooler weather – before more storms roll in. [quote credit=”Sophie Yeomans ” credit-meta=”Met Office forecaster”]We’re keeping warnings under close review, with localised surface water flooding possible[/quote] The forecast added: “Thundery rain clearing north Thursday, with heavy, thundery showers following. “Further heavy and thundery showers Friday. “Possibly a spell of wet and windy weather arriving in the west on Saturday.” It means today will be the last chance for many Brits to get the most of the sunny skies. LAST CHANCE FOR SUNSHINE In its forecast for Tuesday, the Met Office said: “Mostly dry, sunny and warm for many. “The chance of showers across the far west and southwest first thing and again later in the day, possibly thundery. “It’ll be cloudier, cooler and breezy along some North Sea coastal areas.” On Monday, England smashed its previous record of 24C in 2011 as the mercury rose to 25C – 9C hotter than Majorca. The heatwave has also helped Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland each enjoy their warmest Easter Monday on record, the Met Office said. Scotland climbed to 23.6C – while in Wales it was 23.5C and Northern Ireland saw temperatures reach 21.4C. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The previous record for England was 24C (75.2F) in Hampshire in 2011. Tourism chiefs toasted a £3.5billion jackpot as Easter’s biggest-ever staycation weekend saw up to 14 million Brits holidaying in the UK. The heatwave saw up to 7m more last-minute trippers join the 7.4m who had already planned trips, with up to £3.5billion set to be spent, VisitEngland data showed. Heavy rainfall is on the cards for Wednesday afternoon, as this weather graphic shows The areas marked in green on this map show where dramatic thunderstorms are set to strike on Wendesday afternoon, with a streak seen across East Anglia, the Midlands and Wales Crowds flocked to the beach in Lyme Regis, Dorset, yesterday as they made the most of the Bank Holiday sunshine We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
23 Apr 19
School Folder

after hearing this podcast “why Isn’t the Sky Blue” i to think how it would suck to only be able to see a limited amount of colors. In the podcast that is talking about homer, The Greeks, and Ancient Chinese about there color blindness, i never knew that.

23 Apr 19
Beyond the Blocks

Trixxi started screaming first. Dodger went tense on the table. The waiting was always the worst part.

23 Apr 19
Any Leftovers?

There is nothing like last minute, unplanned camping trips that are close but not close to home. With the possibility of four to five days off over Easter, and not having booked anywhere to go, we thought we would head inland. Pretty sure that the majority of the camping population were all heading towards the […]

23 Apr 19
Daniel王子的網誌

Almost heaven, West Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River Life is old there, older than the trees Younger than the mountains, blowing like a breeze Country roads, take me home To the place I belong West Virginia, mountain mama Take me home, country roads All my memories gather round her Miner’s lady, stranger to blue […]

23 Apr 19
Bethany Covenant in the Dominican

Another beautiful day in the Dominican filled with many opportunities and blessings from the Lord. Today we woke up to bright blue skies and went from breakfast to teaching in a private Christian school sharing our testimonies with the highs schoolers, as well as teaching music and biblical lessons to elementary learners. We then later […]

23 Apr 19
SAEED SOFT TECHNOLOGY

Privacy Policy SAEED Soft Technology built the Blue Sky Browser app as a Free app. This SERVICE is provided by SAEED Soft Technology at no cost and is intended for use as is. This page is used to inform visitors regarding my policies with the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information if anyone decided […]

23 Apr 19
Sam Turke

There was a cutting wind coming from the north, directly onto the left side of the man’s face. He was heading uphill, east, and away from the city. He folded his beanie down over his ears and the sound of the sirens quickly faded. He picked up his pace, but with each step he found […]