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10 Dec 18
Wolf's spice

I thought it fitting that the first story I posted here was our own beginning.  Names changed to protect the not-so-innocent, but this is the story of us. I stood alone at the Detroit airport, a thousand miles away from home, waiting for a man I’d never met, but in whom I’d invested so much […]

10 Dec 18
Export Bigbore Airgun
Benjamin Armada, 4-16x56AO scope, mount and bipod (does not include degasser)

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10 Dec 18
Export Bigbore Airgun
Benjamin Armada, 4-16x56AO scope, mount and bipod (does not include degasser)

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10 Dec 18
Export Bigbore Airgun

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10 Dec 18
Us Weekly
Jason Kunselman. There is so much good in the world. Florida-based mom Kelsey Rae Zwick was traveling with her 11-month-old daughter, Lucy, from Orlando to Philadelphia for a lifesaving medical treatment, when a flight attendant approached her. A passenger, seated in first class on the American Airlines flight, wanted to give them his seat. [ami-related id=”1147352″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/?p=1147352″ title=”Inspiring Real-Life Stories ” target=”” inset=”true”] Zwick wrote about what the act of kindness meant to her in an open letter on Facebook on December 6. It has since gone viral with more than 420,000 shares. “To the man in 2D,” Zwick began. “I don’t know you, but I imagine you saw us somewhere. I was pushing a stroller, had a diaper bag on my arm and [was] also lugging an oxygen machine for my daughter.” The flight attendant came over, just moments after Zwick and a “yelling-but-happy” Lucy had settled into their “cozy” window seat. Not able to hold back tears, I cried my way up the aisle while my daughter Lucy laughed!” Zwick wrote. “She felt it in her bones too . . . real, pure goodness. I smiled and thanked you as we switched but didn’t get to thank you properly.” [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/stars-who-care-2012207/” title=”Celebrity Charity” target=”” inset=”true”] She continued: “Sooo…thank you. Not just for the seat itself but for noticing. For seeing us and realizing that maybe things are not always easy. For deciding you wanted to a show a random act of kindness to use. It reminded me how much good there is in this world.” Thanks to social media, Zwick was able to track down the gentleman in 2D. “I guess it was his birthday, and he did reach out to us,” she told Yahoo! News on Saturday, December 8. “He was thanking me for a birthday to remember. It was the best day. He said it made him and his wife cry, and he said, ‘I am so glad we were on the same flight.’” [jwplayer yGO647kt-l3ahXupL] [ami-related id=”6457″ url=”https://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/11-celebrity-parents-who-have-twins-w462988/” title=”Celebrity Parents Who Have Twins” target=”” inset=”true”] Lucy and her twin sister, Eva, were born at 29 weeks. Lucy weighed 2 pounds, 14 ounces, while Eva weighed 2 pounds, 5 ounces. Both have chronic lung disease, but Lucy’s is more severe and she travels with an oxygen tank. Zwick was grateful for the extra space — and the perks that come with sitting at the front of the plane. “Lucy enjoyed the cheese plate and the little luxuries,” Zwick told Yahoo! News. “Flying first class before her first birth!”
10 Dec 18
Clarks Condensed - Family, Easy Recipes, Cricut Ideas, and More

Patterned Iron on can be a very versatile and fun material to work here. Here are our best tips for working with it, as well as over 30 fun projects using it! Patterned Iron on Projects As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I am totally obsessed with Cricut patterned iron on. I don’t know what […]

10 Dec 18
2girlswhotravel

When 2 Girls Who Travel hit the road, there are products that tend to solve most of our travel headaches without breaking the bank. Being able to be comfortable, organized and ready to hit the ground running is of utmost importance to us and most travelers. So with that in mind, we’ve come up with […]

10 Dec 18
When The Fog Lifts

Dementia is recognised as a cognitive disability by the United Nations and through The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). People living with Dementia and Cognitive Disabilities are legally entitled to assisted travel including assistance from the point of arrival at their departure airport till they leave their destination airport. It […]

10 Dec 18
Chelsea Writes

He watched from the shadowy doorway, the others unaware of his presence.  He was transfixed by the appearance of the visitor.  Human looking, but taller than any man the observer had seen, this visitor towered over the high governor, his over large eyes flickering menacingly in the firelight. “I–I’m sorry there is nothing else I […]

10 Dec 18
GlitterBombMom

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. I LOVE to travel. At 41 years old, I’ve been to 42 U.S. states, multiple U.S. territories and British islands in the Caribbean, as well as 16 different countries (mostly in Europe). If there really is an elusive travel bug, I’ve got it! I don’t love the airport delays or flight […]

10 Dec 18

Histories of the Vale

This book of tales, I dedicate to the prince: a man I never met in life, and a man I failed in death. Had he lived, I believe he’d take a keen interest in these stories. With what little power I command over the written word, I pray to draw these threads of legend and history together, and so bring him some small measure of the peace he was denied. Alexi – long live the prince.

10 Dec 18
The HolySpirit_Augustina

IF IT’S POSSIBLE TO FORGET FOOD THAT YOU HAVE SAVED, THEN YOU CAN FORGET THAT GUY YOU SO MISS AND WANTED TO ALWAYS BE WITH.

10 Dec 18
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

A paedophile has been found guilty of killing two girls in the infamous ‘Babes in the Wood’ murders which went unsolved for more than 30 years.

The bodies of nine year olds Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway were found huddled together in a den in Wild Park in Brighton in 1986. They had been sexually assaulted and strangled to death.

Russell Bishop, a roofer who knew Nicola’s father, was charged with their killings but cleared following a trial branded a ‘shambles’ by one of the lawyers involved.

Bishop went on to attack another girl just three years later, molesting and strangling the youngster before leaving her for dead. 

He was finally hauled back before court over the original murders this year after advances in DNA science meant a jumper he left near the scene

10 Dec 18
roeregeneration

Background The below is an email received from Councillor Malcom Grimston regarding water sprinklers received on 5 December 2018. Email “From: Malcolm Grimston To: News from Councillor Malcolm Grimston Sent: ‎Wednesday‎, ‎December‎ ‎5‎, ‎2018‎ ‎11‎:‎32‎:‎15‎ ‎AM‎ ‎GMT Subject: Sprinkler Update Dear All, Inevitably there has been something of a lull in activity after the case […]

10 Dec 18
MeltingAlphabet

I should’ve known something was off about Juniper. For starters, her name was Juniper. That should have been my first reg flag. But when her photo popped up on tinder, my thumb hesitated over her face. Yeah, it was a bathroom selfie and yeah, her lips were pursed in an annoying semi duck face, but […]

10 Dec 18

American workers have spoken: It’s the job perks — like company culture, paid time off, and chances to serve the community — that employees are finding increasingly valuable. But Jonny Woo doesn’t need a study to tell him that. Woo, a Regional Volunteer Chair at Change Healthcare, has completed around 10 corporate service projects since […]