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22 Apr 19
Run Tigress Run

Chasing after any goal has its ups and downs. That’s life. The trick is to learn to ride those waves and make the best of both the good and bad. I keep reminding myself that the good is that light that keeps you going, the bad is where you learn. So in essence, it’s all […]

22 Apr 19
Joy in the Journey

As many of you know, I got back about a month ago from a mission trip to Viterbo, Colombia. I went with an AMAZING team from Bayside and they quickly became like family to me. I really can’t put into words how blessed I was by this group and our leadership! (That would have to […]

22 Apr 19
About Melbourne

Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 – 1957), Monday 3 June 1867, page 6 THE POSTAL CONFERENCE. (FROM TnE SYDNEY MORNING nEnAED, MAÎ 29.) It is rather fortunate tor tue uoven ment of Victoria that the late debate on ti: Postal Conference was closed in their favor before the formal report of the New Zcalan delegates […]

22 Apr 19
Debbie Dines D.C.

I love pizza.  I think I may have said that before, but it really can’t be overstated.  While out and about in our beautiful Old Town neighborhood, we stumbled upon Bugsy’s Pizza.  The near waterfront location is really fantastic, but I fear it is a place that could be easily overlooked, and that would be […]

22 Apr 19
Black Crown

Few days after President Muhammadu Buhari signed the 30,000 minimum wage into law, some state governments have express their readiness to start paying the new sum for their workers. Below are the states in Nigeria ready to pay the N30,000 minimum wage:- Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje said in Kano his administration has given priority […]

22 Apr 19
Mathew's Thoughts

We are inching closer to the release of one of the most anticipated films of the year, Avengers: Endgame (Which I already got my ticket for April 26th at 5PM so act now and get yours while they’re still hot!) and in case you haven’t read my last 85 posts, I am a mega fan […]

22 Apr 19
Samantha Duque Obando

Part 1: It was the morning of July 6, 2019. A date that she would never forget, that changed the whole course of her life forever. Her eyes squinted as the sun arose behind the dark pine trees, feeling a slight breeze surrounding her. Her focus stayed on the movement of the waves the lake […]

22 Apr 19
The Space Between

Recently, I came across a profound quote which perhaps many of you have heard, but it was a new one for me. It’s from John Maxwell, a well-known author and speaker on leadership. When I heard it, I had one of those “ah-ha” moments that felt like words I needed to hear at this time […]

22 Apr 19
Fox17

DETROIT (AP) — With closer Shane Greene making saves routine for the Detroit Tigers this year, pitcher Daniel Norris will try to do the same with wins. He got the first one out of the way. The left-handed former top prospect earned his first victory in two years, striking out six batters in five innings […]

22 Apr 19
The Morning Run

Saturday, April 20th, 2019; Weston, MA. See the results and details here. I’m currently training for a 50K this upcoming June, leaving me with about 2 months left to prep. Knowing that I haven’t done any sort of races since last November, I figured doing a short training race would be a nice change of […]

22 Apr 19
International Free Press

The research, conducted in the lead-up to Earth Day, reveals that climate change and the environment, chosen by 19% of Canadians (up 4 points in the past 6 months) is among their top issues of concern, narrowly edging out poverty and social inequality (18%, down 4 points), and unemployment and jobs (18%, up 1 point) […]

22 Apr 19
UMMnews

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — At least 190 people were killed and hundreds more hospitalized with injuries from eight blasts that rocked churches and hotels in and just outside of Sri Lanka’s capital on Easter Sunday, officials said, the worst violence to hit the South Asian country since its civil war ended a decade ago. […]