This Easy S’mores Dip is a crowd-pleasing, sweet dessert snack. Rich chocolate ganache is covered in mini marshmallows and toasted to perfection in the oven. Ready in ten minutes.
Sallie was born in August 30, 1863 at Boscobel plantation to John Randolph Lacy and Emma Prothro of St. Maurice Plantation on the Red River. She was educated under Thomas Owen Benton at the Ouachita Female Academy. Sallie married Robert Francis Humble, a civil engineer and planter December 11, 1890. They had four children: Robert […]
A year ago Arizona State football had a fractured fanbase. I wrote on the day that Herm Edwards was hired in December of 2017 “In Ray I Trust”. At the time, Sun Devil football was mired in mediocrity and heading no where other than lower tier bowl games for the foreseeable future. I had some […]
Over the last year, the LifeCare Culture Champions have been hard at work engaging their fellow associates, supporting the LifeCare Movement and promoting programs and initiatives locally. The Culture Champions have been drivers of change and empowering everyone to deliver an exceptional care experience. So, who are these Culture Champions? Each month, we’ve been getting […]
By Graham Hill DEAN Smith admits he will have a few headaches when it comes to picking his team to face Derby at Wembley – but some positions select themselves. And he says the players on the bench will be just as important as who starts the game. Smith has virtually a full squad to […]
Ahlberg, Janet, and Allan Ahlberg. The Jolly Postman, Or, Other People’s Letters. Puffin, 2002. Beauvais, Clémentine. The Mighty Child. 1st ed., Benjamins, 2015. Eleanor, Cameron. “The Pleasures And Problems Of Time Fantasy”. Travelers In Time: Past, Present And To Come, Barbara Harrison, Green Bay Publications, Cambridge, New England, 1990, pp. 103 – 111. Evans, Janet. […]
Selling a house is not a day’s job. It is a project on its own and something that takes time and very stressful when undertaking. In fact, a recent Daily Mail report says that selling a home may be more stressful than bankruptcy, divorce or the death of a loved one. When its time to […]
Selling time Whoever thought of that? I only have so much And it’s mine — Working hard Is never enough for the machine It wants quantity not Just value — Chained down – This capitalism fetish Has no rhythm Only sameness — Why go fast? There’s always more, skulking Me, I prefer sprinting To crawling […]
Theresa May is expected to announce her resignation as British Prime Minister on Friday, most British newspapers reported on Thursday. May’s resignation will trigger a race among senior ministers to replace her as leader of the Conservative Party, and herald a new approach to the deadlocked Brexit negotiations that have besieged her premiership, local media […]
Jill Lawless, Associated Press Published 8:22 p.m. ET May 16, 2019 Updated 8:22 p.m. ET May 16, 2019 CLOSE Hundreds of pro-Brexit demonstrators gathered at Parliament Square in London on Friday after the law refused the government's divorce agreement with the European Union for the third time. (29 March) AP LONDON – Success with British […]
A view of Pololu Beach and the coastline to the east. The islands in the photo are a seabird sanctuary.
Credit – Shutterstock.com The cricket World Cup is just around the corner and England have been named as the favourites according to Paddy Power. England have finished as the runner-up on three occasions, but are yet to win cricket’s biggest prize. This year’s tournament provides England with the perfect opportunity to end their drought of […]
I still have tons of photos from Death Valley to share with you, but I thought I’d slip in a couple photos from last weekend in between. These are wild horses in Humboldt–Toiyabe National Forest (NV.) Horse… If God made anything more beautiful he kept it for himself! – Unknown This mama and her foal was […]