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I liked the MSO straight away, but I wasn't falling in love with the narrower, harsher riding USH.That went. Fat bike in a hotel roomFeelin' Crusty: This week was dominated by the after-effects of the Triple D Winter Race. I was tired and lethargic all week. Having my birthday on Wednesday didn't help matters any! Cold, cold weather didn't help any either. That will eventually pass, but I must have burned a few matches last Sunday. Next up on the list of things to look forward to is the Renegade Gents Race. That will be in early April. It is a team gravel road event, and I will definitely need to be hitting the gravel roads again here soon. But first I need to start getting back into the swing of doing some regular riding again.
the Triple D training was a success, and the strategy used worked all right, but I see some room for improvements on both fronts.This week I was able to share XDWGFADECTL with my fellow employees. Now I'm not talking about having different colors for layers. You can check the layers and you'll still see red, yellow, green, etc. However, an object in the current drawing on a layer that's green looks different from an object in an xreferenced drawing that is also on a layer that's green. This helps me to evaluate my academic contribution per year and motivate me to do more………. this week she shares her shelfie and the story behing. Robine wrote me: Above my bed there is a white 'blind' shelf from IKEA.
John Rivers: Tom Meglioranza Mrs.Fairfax: Kimberly Giordano Blanche Ingram: Katrina Thurman Mr. Mason / Mr. Briggs: Adam Cannedy Mr. Wood: David Salsbery Fry Mary / Bessie: Jessica Best Diana / Mrs. Ingram: Jessica Thompson Ensemble: Marisa Karchin, Michelle Kennedy, Caitlin Mead, Rachel Rosenberg, Alize Rozsnyai, Abigail Wright Production Manager: W. Wilson Jones Costume Designer: Rachel Townsend Lighting Designer: Burke Brown Scenic Designer: Luke Cantarella Rehearsal Pianist: Isabella Dawis More information in New Jersey Stage and Opera News. Think glitter, sequins, rhinestones, pearls, heat embossing - anything with some gloss. You are on the right track if you've arrived here from Amy's blog. The hop is kicking off on Sarah's blog, so be sure to head there so you don't miss any of the eye candy! What better way to add shimmer and shine to your card than the twinkle of lots of stars! I flipped through all my Verve sets, and pulled any that had star images in them. Here I used: Birthday Bash, Holiday Greetings, and Learning to Sail. I stamped my star pattern onto my card first and then some extras onto scrap, which I cut out and popped up in my design. Some of my stars were glittered, others were colored with Perfect Pearls, and the rest I left plain. Tattabugg has decided to join the challenge and for her first entry she shows us a bracelet she created using pearls and amethyst beads, which just happen to be the birthstones for both of her children, so this is one piece of tatting that she is keeping. Justyna was enchanted with the intertwined flower created by Orsi and had to do her own version in pink and violet. It'll be pretty when it's done.
Jessica shows the second sample of the coin purse she will be teaching at Shuttlebirds.The green wasn't as much contrast as she was looking for, but I like the effect. thanks Beton for the pictures!. Wai Jai worked together with Wong Kar Wai again, which caught a lot of attention. Zhang Jiajia even quoted Wong Kar Wai and said that "in order to make a good movie, you must go crazy". Happy Halloween! It's sure to be a fun weekend, but I hope that your Friday won't be too crazy with the parties and sugar highs! Today's freebie is one that you can put together quickly and file away for next Halloween. This Candy Visual Discrimination File Folder Game is super cute, so the kiddos are sure to love it, and it works on some serious math concepts that are perfect for this part of the school year. So I saw this ad in a free local Cornwall paper. First of all, it's "Power DAM" Road not "Power DAMN. Further proof of the owner's limited intellectual capacity is the fact that he didn't include a phone number or any way of notifying him if the chair is indeed found! Power DAMN! So, how do YOU think the chair got lost? Speaking of DAMS, check out the dam cake my friend Ronna made for a birthday recently!. -priscilla giler. The is an article that will guide you on the processes of writing a proposal, business plan or feasibility study on farming business or any type of business a all. Writing a proposal and business plan is easy and at the same time, difficult. What you need to do is to know the right steps to take. It is strictly advised that you approach a business plan consultant to write a professional business plan so that you can win the approval of any bank or investor. Martins Library Team is a consultant that develops and writes business plan for customers who intends to start up any type of business or intends to expand their small scale businesses to medium or large scale. .