'Tomorrowland' contest asks kids to look to the future (Tomorrow Daily 156)
You're gonna get three grand, a 3D printer from 3D systems, and you're also going to get an invitation to participate in the Disney creativity summer mentorship program. . So Wake is this really weird, but kind of awesome looking, alarm clock? It's ...
April 7, 2015
Ask Boswell: Redskins, Nationals and Washington sports
Interesting idea, especially for a young healthy player. But Wall is so central to the Wiz that it might be a good idea to trim minutes somewhat and even pick one game "off. . Apr 07, 2015 11:31 EDT. Q: Strasburg Sweepstakes. Strasburg's hometown ...
March 30, 2015
Kingman Regional cardio services among best in Southwest
Those procedures, said Reynoso, include installing pacemakers and defibrillators, clearing artery blockages with balloons, inserting stents, repairing tears in the heart's inner wall or fixing a valve that doesn't close properly. They also include ...
March 30, 2015
Everything Cinema installs cutting-edge movie screens across the country
With the ever-increasing advancement of technology Hubbard has seen, like DTS, and Dolby 5.1 Surround, to newer advancements like 3D-enabled screens, the company has been very busy lately and continues to grow. Director of Operations A.J. Schafer gave ...
March 17, 2015
No puzzle too large
Most of those are large as well, though none are quite on the same level as the most recent. There are no average-sized puzzles in the collection, however. Mikolichek said with the focus he has for puzzles, if one is too small, he will end up doing ...
March 21, 2015
Giant slides to return at gallery
Built into the gallery's exterior wall, the slides will "constitute a graceful sculptural installation" while also being a device for "experiencing an emotional state that is a unique condition somewhere between delight and madness", the artist said ...
March 31, 2015
Three audacious women before audacious was in
All they want are sandwiches from Wagshal's deli , so I bring corned beef, chopped liver and turkey. And coleslaw, of course. And pickles. The menu is awfully casual for the setting: Sara Ehrman's stylish Kalorama apartment, dominated by a 300-year-old ...
March 6, 2015
I thought we had visited not that long ago but when I looked through the blog it was actually nearly to the day two years ago. I love that about keeping a blog, I've done that so many times recently when I've wondered when we saw or visited somewhere. Felt like I could easily make a pot of tea in it. We asked how long it took to make on the printer and the lady told us around 6 and 1/2 hours We popped into Go Outdoors on the way back to look at new riding gear for Cordelia. It's been two years since she got her riding hat and body protector so she's getting ready for a new helmet. The body protector in the next size up looked a bit too big when we tried it on so she won't need a new one yet. It's amazing how many of the children in her classes don't wear body protectors-it's really not worth the risk and ever since I saw one of her classmates thrown off her horse their is definitely no way Cordelia will NOT be wearing a body protector... It's part of the deal we made, she can have riding lessons but only with a body protector. My niece found the shop fascinating and had us all in stitches laughing as she tried riding boots on and then tried to walk in them, she also managed to whack Piper on the head with a helmet which was funny except to Piper who'd had a headache all...
Embellishment time…my most enjoyable part of ant 3D project and this time I wanted to make some different flowers. You have to see her amazing flower tutorials and see how your project comes to life with those beauties. I just love the look of these flowers on my clock, just PERFECT. I love the colours you have used and all the wonderful little details - the birds sitting on the pendulum are fabulous as is that wonderful quote stamped on the pendulum itself. Thank you so much for your very kind words - I am so pleased you love making flowers as much as I do. Again an amazing altered project and it must look stunning hanging in your home.
Summary: Jared's life is turned upside down the night he meets an intriguing young man who seems to have multiple personality disorder. This story is made better by her wonderful insights. Their enthusiasm has given me the confidence to post a story again after a one year long dry stretch. My plan is to post one chapter per week. In fact, they are the whole reason I write and post stories instead of keeping them in my head. He doesn't need anyone to hold his hand and tell him everything is going to be all right. He's not a teenage girl, for God's sake, he doesn't need to be fucking comforted. Never mind that he can't seem to go five minutes without scenes from some fucked-up horror show flashing through his head, that everything he eats tastes like ash, that he hasn't slept properly in months, and that the only person left in the world... All their research points to harpies as the culprit for the strange goings-on in this town and, since harpies are nocturnal, this is the perfect time to hunt them. No point in waiting one more day to follow up on a few more clues like Adam had suggested because, guess what Dean. Turns out Adam's concern about not.