Francis Ngannou is one of the scariest heavyweights in MMA, but don’t tell that to Roy Nelson’s young son.
I am breaking all the laws of dog training. Sunny keeps dreaming about nursing, and I let her suck/gentle chew my fingers when she’s on her way to sleep or wants reassurance. I let her jump up on my legs too. I pick her up and cuddle her if she asks for it. Other people […]
I personally feel some of the tests depicted my personality, while other ones did not. For the Metrics quiz, the big 5 personality test, and the second test (Personality test center), I feel it depicted correct results to my personality. The color quiz I feel did not. I didn’t find it as reliable as they […]
19 March 2019 Because I had the due dates mixed up, I had most of my research presentation done by last Tuesday, so there weren’t a lot of changes between then and Thursday. I did get to do a little extra research that got added in, but the presentation still was mostly the same as […]
To reiterate what my project is about, I am focusing on the gentrification of North Portland neighborhoods, specifically Albina, and how Portland’s history of redlining and systematic racism has lead to the neighborhoods’ land use changes concerning housing, businesses, and culture. Although Portland, and Oregon as a whole, has a had a small population of […]
March 24, 2019 Second Sunday of Great Lent Commemoration of Gregory Palamas St. Gregory Palamas (c. 1296-1359) – St. Gregory was a Greek monk and theologian and the chief exponent of Hesychasm. He was ordained a priest in the year 1326 and became Bishop of Thessalonica in 1347. The political conditions made it impossible for […]
As reported by Francesca Washington at KRQE, e-scooter share businesses Bird and Razor have sent a letter to the Keller Administration decrying (cawing if you prefer) the “…onerous liability, fee and operations regulations promulgated by the city, and regret to inform the city that we will not be moving forward with business in Albuquerque.” For […]
Hey there followers, Since I finally had a period off for the first time in lord only knows how long, I figured I’d take the opportunity to vent and fill you all in on how things have been going, which has had some ups and downs. Since my posts are not usually optimistic (sorry, this […]
BRUSSELS—European Union governments are exasperated by British dithering over quitting the bloc but have little appetite for pushing it out on schedule next week without a divorce deal, senior figures said on March 19. EU ministers in Brussels to prepare a summit with British Prime Minister Theresa May on March 21 voiced frustration after the […]
Selection Sunday has come and gone, and the Colorado Buffaloes failed to earn an invite to the 2019 NCAA Basketball Championships. Proponents argue that the Pac-12 was immensely weak this year, the Buffs strength of schedule was poor, and the team lacked quality wins. Compound that with a bad loss to Washington State and a […]
Indulging my inner princess with a nostalgic reread of one of my favorite series from the past.
Top Stories by Timothy Sumer – When Elyse Imamura’s son was an infant, she and her husband, Robert, chose to spread out his vaccinations at a more gradual pace than the official schedule recommended. from CNN.com – RSS Channel – HP Hero https://ift.tt/2UE4m0K via Timothy Sumer
Learn about how Vivian developed KinkyCurlyYaki — best selling brand of premium hair extensions — and how she earn over $1MM in revenue.