Monday 3rd December 2018 Description: We had first round of auditions – I did a lyrical dance, and scene with Pippa and read for Mrs Lintott in the History Girls. Feelings: I was a bit annoyed I had to do the dance audition because there is no way I’m going to be in the dance […]
Bow Tie Tuesdays
When you’re laser focused on a specific financial goal, you inevitably begin to look at all other purchases with a critical eye. The big ones. The little ones. Nothing is safe. Not even something as simple as gift wrap. Gift wrap is one of those things that I rarely buy, for a few reasons. First […]
By Josh Gorton Last Updated: 17/12/18 8:28pm Daryl Gurney has only gone beyond the second round once at the World Darts Championship Fifth-seed Daryl Gurney headlines day six at the World Darts Championship, with Darren Webster, Dimitri van den Bergh and Robert Thornton also featuring on a packed day of action. Live World Darts Championship […]
Weekly Announcements December 17-23 Monday December 17 NOTE: Practices will resume back at Morfee this week. Band – 6:00- 7:30pm at Morfee Flag Party – 6:00 – 7:00pm at Morfee Drill Team – 8:00 – 9:00pm at Morfee Tuesday, December 18 Flying Scholarship at Birchall from 6:00pm-9:00pm Wednesday, December 19 Mess Dinner Cadets are to […]
As the years go by and our unique vintage shop expands. We are growing our ‘vintage lifestyle’ products and are so excited for our holiday gift selection this year! Our goal is to become your one-stop-shop for vintage wearable and usable’s. We have added some incredible local creators along with beautiful pieces from Pennsylvania, Michigan, […]
End, semester 1: A couple of weeks ago I was sitting down with my advisor -Mr. Chris Eidson, and he was asking me about how my first semester was going. I told him that we tend to always say, “the time has flown by; I can’t believe it!” but I genuinely told him, the time […]
Questions courtesy of Bev. Thank you! What season has your favorite looks? Autumn and winter. I look forward to bringing out my sports jackets. There was a spring when my nieces made us beautiful construction paper Easter bonnets. We wore them to church. What are they gonna do? Kick us out? Formal or casual? They […]
By Sydney Starr The Charter Features – 12/14/18 Everyone at ACA has walked by them at least once, probably many times a day without noticing. The shoes have been in the display case for 10 years—ever since Colin Couch designed them through the Doernbecher Freestyle program. How The Shoes Were Designed Couch was a student […]
twelve years ago, this old house awoke to the sound of someone clack-clack-clacking in the old one-car garage-turned-maid’s chamber-turned-writing room. i was clacking in the dark, while upstairs a kindergartener slept, and three steps below him, at the hard bend in the stairs, an eighth-grader dreamt. i tried not to make noise, didn’t really want […]
Article and photos from hienalouca.com
Theresa May was humiliated and sent packing by the EU last night after they refused to save her Brexit deal as make-or-break negotiations with Brussels turned ‘ugly’.
The Prime Minister used a ten minute pitch during last night’s Brussels banquet to beg the bloc’s 27 leaders to agree an ‘end date’ to Brexit negotiations of late 2021 – so the contentious Irish backstop would never be triggered.
She pleaded with them to ‘hold nothing in reserve’ in helping rescue her deal and said: ‘I hope I have shown you can trust me to do what is right, not always what is easy, however difficult that might be for me politically’.
But after the crunch talks ended Jean-Claude Juncker, wearing a green tie in solidarity with Ireland, called her demands ‘nebulous and imprecise’.
Theresa May was humiliated and was packaged by the EU last night after they refused to step in to save her Brexit deal, while the make-or-break negotiations with Brussels & # 39; ugly & # 39; were. The prime minister used her pitch of ten minutes during last night's Brussels banquet to beg the 27 […]
Monday was my last day in Australia, so it was time to say farewell to everybody. First, I drove over to Lobethal to take Nana to the bakery for morning tea. We got chatting about what I was planning on doing when I got back to the UK. From there, I drove down into the […]
At the Banqueting House in Whitehall, London, on Thursday held Military Awards rose many celebrities on the red carpet. Emily Atack, 28, is a celebrity star and showed her natural beauty and freckles as she led the celebrity arrivals on her first appearance on the red carpet since leaving the jungle at the awards organized […]
Here are a few points of information pertaining to the week ahead: Homework: Christmas Ball Ornament: It is that time of year for another seasonal home project! Your child will be bringing home a picture of a Christmas Ball Ornament on Monday, December 3rd. Please have your child cut it out. Your child is now ready to […]