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19 Jul 19
The Blogging of Cote 737

Other designs you can make with this easy Poker Card craft are lampshade in all one color of the taking part in cards. You could also produce traces of colour. Not only that, many casinos’ do not offer Sit-N-Go’s and only provide money video games. You can lose all your cash in a solitary hand […]

19 Jul 19
foodwineclick

French Winophiles Return to Anjou-Saumur Back in 2016, the French Winophiles took a multi-month virtual cruise down the Loire river, stopping in each of the major sub-regions. My prior posts are here for Central, Touraine, Anjou-Saumur, and Nantais. This month, we’re revisiting wines of Anjou and Saumur. Take a look further down in this post […]

19 Jul 19
The Love of Shah 272

When you commonly use a ponytail, then adapt its height or duration usually. The hair may become stressed out and perhaps split, even when utilizing fabric scrunchies. Give your face a holiday from ponytails! Require a every day multiple-nutritional. One of the better approaches to guarantee healthier hair expansion is always to take in a […]

19 Jul 19
LIVING WELL AFTER 80

One good thing about this hot weather.  It’s given the media something to talk about besides politics. Instead, they’re scaring people with dire warnings about what might happen.   It’s almost as if  we’re facing an attack from outer space. Most octogenarians  have survived many heat waves. This is not our first rodeo.   Assuming  that you […]

19 Jul 19
The Love of Buck 018

When you went to summer camp years ago, chances are arts and crafts was one of the most popular classes offered. Things have not changed so much. Arts and crafts are still popular among people. Why? Because it is something that you can do easily and affordably, with great results. If you want to know […]

19 Jul 19
The Love of Buck 018

Work on arts and crafts with your children. This can be a great way for you to teach them what you know, but it is also a great way for you to learn new things together. By spending time together on arts and crafts, you are going to be building memories and a stronger relationship. […]

19 Jul 19
John Needham

Chapter twenty-two of my free-to-read family saga. The table and chairs are witnessing new people’s conversations. If you’d like to begin at the beginning, please click the link Conversations At Table in the May archive.   Part 5: Simon and Mark   Chapter 22 2000 27 December The dining suite has changed ownership again. Billy […]

19 Jul 19
Guided by the Sword

The subject of baptism is one of the most important in the New Testament. Jesus, Peter, and Paul all taught that baptism for the forgiveness of sins is essential to salvation (Mk. 16.16; Acts 2.38, 1 Peter 3.21, Rom. 6.1-6, etc.). Baptism is mentioned in every single conversion account in the book of Acts and […]

19 Jul 19
The Point of Publishing

What can publishers do in the time of climate emergency? Climate breakdown and mass species extinction now pose a threat to human life on earth. All human culture is affected, including publishing. What can publishers – often slow in reacting to change – do in the race to salvage what will remain of human agency […]

19 Jul 19
The Sauce by Slice

Forget Myers-Briggs and the Enneagram. You can learn everything about yourself from how you order your pizza. What does your favorite pizza topping say about your personality? Cheese Traditional and driven, you like everything to be orderly. And if it’s not broke, don’t fix it, right? You appreciate things that are straightforward and unfussy.  Pepperoni […]

19 Jul 19
Decor Craft Design

How to make your home naturally free from bad odor and smell good? One of the easiest thing to do is using a can full of roasted coffee bean. The aroma from the roasted coffee bean will neutralized most of any bad smell. Grounded coffee would also does the trick. You can put it in […]

19 Jul 19
Words & Deeds

Eds Note: While I’m away on vaca, I’ll be dropping in a few posts by TokyoSand on the 2020 Presidential Candidates. I’ll be back on July 29th. Where are the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates on the issue of climate change? Climate change was identified by the 2018 midterm voters as one of their most pressing […]

19 Jul 19
The Dog Nanny's Blog

Current medical science, in both human and veterinary fields, recognizes chronic inflammation as a key component in all disease. In fact, every chronic disease we can name is essentially an inflammatory condition. This includes common ailments like: Allergies Asthma Autoimmune disease Cancer Diabetes Dementia Heart disease This means learning how to prevent and reverse inflammation […]

19 Jul 19
Yeshiva World News

This past Wednesday, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against the owners of a McDonald’s restaurant near Orlando, claiming managers violated a Hasidic man’s rights. The EEOC is the Federal agency charged with ensuring that discrimination does not take place in the workplace. The suit is based on Title VII of the Civil […]

19 Jul 19
Golden Hour Life

I’m bringing a new monthly series to the blog – I’ll be rounding up my favourites from the previous month that I haven’t already shared with you! Everything from the clothes and makeup I’ve been wearing to recipes I’ve made, the blogs posts and links that I’ve loved, the playlists that were on repeat and […]