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This is the stuff that we're using. The blue shells are the low recoil slugs. This is actually the load that I carry in my shotgun, which I had just unloaded to clean. Labels: ammo, pictures, police. We went into the county seat and I walked her into a county administration building. "Why are all those signs here?" she asked. "Foolish optimism," I responded. "What's that?" she asked. "It means that someone thinks that they can get me to vote for their candidate by putting up a little pasteboard sign immediately in front of the polling place," I said.
"What's a polling place?" She asked."This is," I answered as we walked inside. "It's where people go to vote. ""So we're going to vote?" she asked, unhappily eyeing the line that we were joining. "I am. My new friend Amy has inspired me to get my creative blog juices flowing and so I have been planning new ideas for the blog and I am going to be dedicating the next few months to finding incredible women artists to share with you. One of the things I intended from the beginning is to connect creative women and to feature their art for others to enjoy. Please send me pics of what you are currently working on, creating, decorating etc. and I will post pics to share with everyone else. This serves a dual purpose. One, it showcases your work and I will link to your email or website so you can sell your wares if you so desire and two, it just may inspire another visitor to start a project herself. Talking to Amy today about our blogging and learning by having more mistakes than successes, reminded me how much easier everything is when we support each other. But I'm fine with it. And one of my biggest objectives for this race was to practice staying relaxed and fluid but powerful all the way to the finish, just like Matt Centrowitz. And I did that. So there. "What do you do for breakfast?" I asked the retired farmer running the retired farm as a motel. We weighed our options, and the benefits of something large and warming to sustain us against the wind while we worked on the Erin Mae, and decided to look elsewhere.
But first we had to choose where to eat on Saturday evening.A nice pub in Weston with the snooker on a huge screen? A swish hotel in Weston, which would double the cost of the weekend? The first pub in Great Haywood clearly didn't actually want our custom that evening. There were four twenty-somethings standing round the door, having a smoke. sweet stuff from Daikoube. As depression sets in for those of you finding the web cams suddenly empty, here's some other local wildlife you might want to check out if you live in or near to Derby! If you can't get to Derby, well I'm sure there's plenty of wildlife in your neck of the woods too - even if you live in a city - so get looking!Stock doves - rather surprisingly, a couple of these normally rural birds are often about on the cathedral tower. They can be told from feral pigeons by the lovely irridescent greeny blue patches on their necks and the lack of long double black wing bars - they have just a very short one instead!White letter hairstreak butterflies - there are small colonies of this delightful insect close to the cathedral. They live on and around elm trees - so first, find your elm tree! There's one just by the pedestrian bridge close to Jurys Inn, the one that crosses over to St Mary's RC Church. They warm themselves on leaves low down early on in the day and then fly rapidly about the top of the tree once the day has warmed up. Also try the elms close to Chapel St. Car park. Gingko trees - these very primitive Chinese trees have been planted on The Green just where we stand at the Watch Point.
As I have written before, sometimes you just could not have made this stuff up.The Retiring Board Chairman Appoints His Own Daughter to Succeed Him The most even handed reporting on this story was in Inside Higher Ed, Leadership of the board that oversees Cornell University’s medical college is passing from father to daughter, an unusual transition of power for a higher education board. Weill Cornell Medical College’s Board of Overseers has been chaired for the past two decades by its namesake and major donor, Sandy Weill, the former CEO of Citigroup. His daughter, Jessica Bibliowicz, is now set to take over Weill's role. She is the founder and former CEO of a major insurance brokerage, and has also been on the board for a decade. Let me just dissect this a bit. Weill Cornell Medical College is a large, prestigious medical school located in New York City, and part of Cornell University. The chair of its Board of Overseers for the last two decades as been one Sanford I Weill. Our Family Law Project assists individuals, families with children or families with domestic violence in matters including marital dissolutions, child custody, child support, restraining orders, guardianships, conservatorships, wills, powers of attorney and probate litigation. This is a full-scope project in which the volunteer can take the case from start to finish. .