Council backs new rules stemming from 2016 recommendations
I’ve gotten off to a bit of a slow start this week with a few things being shuffled around with work and trying to get ahead with 2 other subjects. I almost wish I had have just done 1 subject this term like a lot of you so I could really put time into this, […]
I was going to make this shorter than an upset James O’Connor doing a postgame interview, but the people reading this deserve more… just like the Orlando City fans who have seen 2 home wins since my 25th birthday ( I’ll be 26 in May, that’s a long time).
You love each other but can’t manage to communicate without arguing, fighting and ending up exhausted, each one in his corner, trying to lick his wounds and thinking of how to protect one self against a new attack. And in spite of that…you love each other? How is this possible? Why do people hurt most […]
Building inspectors are trying to figure out if a family in Lake City will be able to move back into their mountain home.
March 19, 2019 Glory Road by Lauren K. Denton Genre/Categories: Women’s Fiction, Southern Fiction, Romance, Small Town Life, Mothers/Daughters Thanks to #NetGalley #ThomasNelsonPublishers for my free copy of #GloryRoad by @LaurenKDentonBooks @laurenkdenton in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. *This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Summary: Glory Road shares the story […]
So my resume is getting the interviews and I’m qualified for the jobs but apparently I’m really screwing up the interviews because I have been getting the we decided to go in another direction.So I have done mock interviews multiple times and plan to do more but Everytime I am told by the university career […]
She was a humble servant. Every week, she sat at the church piano and played beautiful music as the congregation sang along. She didn’t demand attention or praise, but without her, it would’ve been difficult to worship during services. For weeks, months, and years, she served faithfully. But I don’t know if she was thanked […]
A few weeks ago there were thoughts that three quarterbacks could go in the top-10. Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins, and Drew Lock were coming off the board early, and if a team was targeting one of those players, they had to think about trading up to do so. Maybe it’s smokescreens or maybe some teams […]
Today I was at a one-day information event run by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) on the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF). According to UKRI, the GCRF is a ‘a £1.5 billion fund announced by the UK Government in late 2015 to support cutting-edge research that addresses the challenges faced by developing countries’. Also, ‘GCRF forms part […]
let me just begin by saying i warned everybody that i was awful at sticking with things. but also, i’m back and that’s all that matters. lately life has been ridiculously crazy. like literally only shit you see on TV or in movies. so busy, too. i’ve been in a massive funk, as have the […]
The College Admissions Scandal: The SAT, ACT, Subject Tests…and What Lies Ahead THIS ENTIRE POST IS FROM ARBORBRIDGE, a TEST PREP COMPANY I REFER TO ELSEWHERE ON MY WEBSITE: We are publishing a special edition of our biweekly newsflash to discuss the recent scandal in college admissions. There’s considerable coverage of the story that discusses […]
Ever since the news broke about Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin’s mega-bucks spending sprees to acquire college admission for there children, I can’t get that question out of my mind. A seemingly innocent aunt of a Full House and a Desparate Housewife–cheating and thieving to send their kids to a good school. How rude!!! If […]
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