Judith

24 Feb 19
Inforrm's Blog

On the surface, the Government’s launch of a review into the sustainability of journalism was commendable but cynical onlookers were dubious from the outset. Given the fraught history of media policy-making and the large commercial media groups’ impressive lobbying clout, would smaller players be heard and would the review make recommendations that served a genuine […]

24 Feb 19
The Cinemaholic

In the mood for a savage, snarky and sassy series? We have just the thing for you. Debuted on November 18, 2018, a dark comedy series, Queen America created by Meaghan Oppenheimer just witnessed the season finale on January 6, 2019, swooning fans across the world with a level of sophistication and appeal. The first […]

23 Feb 19
Breaking News, Entertainment, Sports & College Life | COED

Two former world champions, Brandon Rios and Humberto Soto, are set to go head-to-head in Mexico thanks to Matchroom Boxing on DAZN. Rios is a former lightweight champion while Soto is a former super featherweight and lightweight titleholder, but the bout will take place at junior middleweight. Rios holds a record of 35-4-1 with 26 […]

23 Feb 19
ORANGE COUNTY TRIBUNE

The Los Amigos High School’s girls’ soccer team won a first-ever CIF-SS soccer championship on Friday. In the Division 5 final at Garden Grove High’s Moonsoor Stadium, the Lobos and the Westside Tigers fought to a scoreless tie in regulation and overtime.  The game was decided in the shootout with the orange-and-black outscoring the visitors […]

23 Feb 19
Supposedly Fun

Only eleven books have made me cry, and here they are.

23 Feb 19
Smethwick Photographic Society

SPS awards at the Bristol Salon Feb 2019

23 Feb 19
intentionalnachos

Looking back at the last year of music, I can’t say it was better than 2017 but I can say it was better than 2016.  I’ll go over the music of 2018 in more detail in the upcoming best lists, but Hip-Hop, Pop, and EDM all had excellent years.  In fact, I would say that […]

23 Feb 19
when Justin Feinstein and Gerald Clancy agree, what would Patricia Gay and Nagisa Yamazaki do on Valmont Street?

http://purpletreehouse.blogspot.com/2019/02/poetry-potluck-submission-week-51-short.html   a dragon display black history month, feb 1 to feb 28, 2019, which to remind people of some social movement, we do not encourage parade, we encourage peaceful writing in poetry and story.. 1. yosemite 28. Stanley Breton 55. qi tian da sheng (as sun wukong) 82. Bill Johnson 2. brian 29. jenna […]

23 Feb 19
Heart Of Glass

Book Title : Art Deco (DK Collector’s Guide)Author : Judith Miller & Mark HillPublished By : Dorling KindersleyDate of Publication : 2005ISBN : 1 4053 0754 4Pages : 240 The only full-colour visual reference to Art Deco that includes historical information, collectors’ tips and price guides Over 1,000 items with precise descriptions, up-to-date valuations and […]

23 Feb 19
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23 Feb 19
ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

Last December, a comment from a reader called Robin reminded me that I had a copy of John Tesarsch’s Dinner with the Dissidents and on her recommendation, I moved it up the TBR.  Unsurprisingly, since I’ve read and liked Tesarsch before, the book turned out to be interesting reading,  with a pertinent take-home message for […]

23 Feb 19
Judith's Reflective Journal

1.How do you begin a meeting where you have to discipline an employee? I begin by asking the employee how she feels about the situation and then I provide my feedback. This is to have a better understanding of why the employee is behaving against company standards or rules. 2.Do you usually conduct these interviews […]

23 Feb 19
SCNG
June Durr is a woman of many talents – abilities she would call “gifts.” She’s a published children’s author – in fact, her second book is nearing completion – scheduled to be published next year in time for the San Bernardino Symphony’s 91st season. “Music to Mice Ears, the Adventures of Violet and Malia Mouse” is the tale of how “Micetro Carlo” and two mice sisters saved the music for the children of the future. It’s the second in the series to “Grandma’s Amazing Arm: The Adventures of Malia Mouse.” June lived in San Bernardino 54 years before moving to Glendale. She has a son and daughter, and is grandmother of Malia June, 16; and Violet Marie 11. June served as assistant to former San Bernardino Mayor Judith Valles, is a professional marketing/public relations professional with 35 years in the business,and an award-winning motivational speaker. She is a two-time cancer survivor, founder of the San Bernardino Symphony’s Debs and Red Tie Guys, and former Marriage Encounter Presenting Team Couple with Ken, her retired firefighter husband of 55 years. She is also a former fashion model who grew up in a foster home, and said she learned early on to be grateful. June’s mother died of cancer when June was 7. Her father, who was a symphony musician and played five instruments – as well as working on the railroad – died shortly afterward, leaving June’s future in the hands of the court. In fact, because she believes gratitude is so important, she is on her own “Thank You Tour,” to thank all those souls who God has put in her path. “This is not about me, it’s about the people who inspire me – I want to say thank you to them,” she said recently. Accompanying her on the “tour” are her granddaughters. June believes there is so much abundance in our lives, that gratefulness is slipping away. June is a woman of faith who tries to see people through God’s eyes. On her journey through life, June says there is a reason people sometimes come into your life for a season or a lifetime. Valles was an important person on her path, and Judith felt the same. “I always spoke of people with a purpose, and June has a purpose,” Judith said. “I remember her sending me little excerpts from the Bible and they were so appropriate for that time – kind of like she knew what I needed. She was an important part of my success as mayor. We were a team,” the former mayor said of June. In 2002, June was diagnosed with Synovial sarcoma, a rare cancer, on her left elbow and underwent amputation surgery, rehabilitation and a series of prosthetics. In 2005, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and more surgery came. These bumps on the path did not change her outlook, however. Inspired by her granddaughter, Malia June, she decided to write a book that would help the little girl process Grandma’s loss. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] June told me she learned that you never want to tell a child you lost your arm because then they would want to help you find it. With the writing of her first book of Mice Adventures, published in 2015, she reinvented herself, reaching out to help others understand the positive side of special needs people. Both Mice Adventures – “Grandma’s Amazing Arm” – and “Music to Mice Ears” can be ordered on June’s website, www.junedurr.com. Michel Nolan appears in The Sun on Sundays. Reach her at michelnolan77@gmail.com.