Little Blue House

20 Feb 19
Like A Blue Sky

A day with Samira – The ultimate cooking experience! Walking down the streets of the souk she waves to everyone and everyone waves back. She walks with confidence and a big smile on her face. Samira is a wonderful, intelligent local who loves and lives for cooking – and her positive energy is so contagious […]

20 Feb 19
Flora and Fauna Weekly Report

Lots of work done on the path to the pavilion, including putting in euphorbias.  Some are now in bloom – beautiful! *     *     * BELATED CHRISTMAS PRESENT A couple of months ago the US Embassy contacted Austin asking for our physical address, and Austin told them the address of our Suva house.  A […]

20 Feb 19
fox8.com

LOS GATOS, Calif. — As we near the start of March, some movies and shows are nearing the end of their air on Netflix.  But don’t worry, Netflix is bringing some exciting new additions to their streaming line-up too! Here’s what’s leaving Netflix in March 2019 March 1 A Little Princess (1995) Adult Beginners (2014) Astro Boy (2009) […]

20 Feb 19
JM Communications

Samsung today unveiled a barrage of new Galaxy S10 models, including its first 5G model, but as if that wasn’t enough – it also launched a folding phone – the Galaxy Fold. All in all, Samsung launched the S10e (with 5.8-inch display), a ‘standard’ S10 (with 6.1-inch display), a maxed out S10+ (with 6.4-inch display), […]

20 Feb 19
Just Another Anima

Iggy the Hymer motorhome has moved one hour west of Salamanca, and is loitering 30 kilometres from the Portuguese border. Still on the Spanish side, in the little city of Ciudad Rodrigo, where I pause, and cast my mind back to Torquemada. ( N40.597928, W6.521452 ) I am loitering too. Watching the breezy, black rain […]

20 Feb 19
Newsymom.com

Due to the nature of my career, I meet hundreds of women each year.

20 Feb 19
Dating, Breaking News, Celeb Gossip & Everything College | CC

So many good things are being added.

20 Feb 19
Adventures Of Aquaman

This little town is very charming.  We had 3 excellent days here.  The Marina is really nice but we are only ones here except a sailboat with 2 Swedish guys (Art Evidon, they have been to Mole and said “there is nothing there! LOL”.  We took a golf cart and cruised the island.  Golf Carts […]

20 Feb 19
SCNG
California’s top GOP vote-getter from last year’s U.S. Senate primary election will try to unseat freshman Democratic Rep. Harley Rouda in the 2020 election, becoming the first Republican to formally enter what’s likely to be a competitive and expensive contest. James Bradley, a Laguna Niguel businessman, declared candidacy this month for the 48th Congressional District. Bradley was a political unknown before he finished third in the state’s 35-candidate U.S. Senate primary in June, earning 8.1 percent of the statewide vote despite being a first-time candidate who spent little on his campaign. Bradley is a self-described “America First, MAGA constitutionalist” who focused his Senate run campaigning against Obamacare and California’s sanctuary state laws. Bradley also counts himself as a supporter of former GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, the 30-year Congressman who lost the 48th District to Rouda last year as part of a blue wave that swept Republicans from federal power in Orange County. “I’m not a professional politician, but we need more outsiders to have real solutions,” said Bradley, a Coast Guard veteran. Next year’s race for CA-48 is expected to draw prominent Republican contenders. Most Orange County political observers expect former county GOP Chairman Scott Baugh to take another shot at the seat after finishing fourth in June’s primary, finishing only 2,585 votes (1.5 percentage points) shy of Rouda, the eventual winner. And in December, former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who served a 12-day prison sentence for lying to the FBI during its Russia probe, said he planned to run for Congress in Orange County in 2020. Rouda defeated Rohrabacher by nearly 21,000 votes despite the fact that Republicans still outnumber Democrats in the district by 34,000 registered voters. The National Republican Congressional Committee announced this month that it will be targeting all seven California House seats that Republicans lost last year, including the 48th District. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links National Republicans will take aim at 4 Orange County House seats lost to Democrats last year In their first town halls, new Southern California Democrats pressed about progressive campaign pledges Southern California response to Trump’s emergency declaration? See you in court, Mr. President Defeated Rep. Dana Rohrabacher moving to Maine after 30 years representing coastal Orange County Can GOP win back Orange County? Republicans disagree about path forward [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”]
20 Feb 19
Orange County Register
California’s top GOP vote-getter from last year’s U.S. Senate primary election will try to unseat freshman Democratic Rep. Harley Rouda in the 2020 election, becoming the first Republican to formally enter what’s likely to be a competitive and expensive contest. James Bradley, a Laguna Niguel businessman, declared candidacy this month for the 48th Congressional District. Bradley was a political unknown before he finished third in the state’s 35-candidate U.S. Senate primary in June, earning 8.1 percent of the statewide vote despite being a first-time candidate who spent little on his campaign. Bradley is a self-described “America First, MAGA constitutionalist” who focused his Senate run campaigning against Obamacare and California’s sanctuary state laws. Bradley also counts himself as a supporter of former GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, the 30-year Congressman who lost the 48th District to Rouda last year as part of a blue wave that swept Republicans from federal power in Orange County. “I’m not a professional politician, but we need more outsiders to have real solutions,” said Bradley, a Coast Guard veteran. Next year’s race for CA-48 is expected to draw prominent Republican contenders. Most Orange County political observers expect former county GOP Chairman Scott Baugh to take another shot at the seat after finishing fourth in June’s primary, finishing only 2,585 votes (1.5 percentage points) shy of Rouda, the eventual winner. And in December, former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who served a 12-day prison sentence for lying to the FBI during its Russia probe, said he planned to run for Congress in Orange County in 2020. Rouda defeated Rohrabacher by nearly 21,000 votes despite the fact that Republicans still outnumber Democrats in the district by 34,000 registered voters. The National Republican Congressional Committee announced this month that it will be targeting all seven California House seats that Republicans lost last year, including the 48th District. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links National Republicans will take aim at 4 Orange County House seats lost to Democrats last year In their first town halls, new Southern California Democrats pressed about progressive campaign pledges Southern California response to Trump’s emergency declaration? See you in court, Mr. President Defeated Rep. Dana Rohrabacher moving to Maine after 30 years representing coastal Orange County Can GOP win back Orange County? Republicans disagree about path forward [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”]