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It is important to follow acceptable maintenance and use practices, such as:Safety glasses or goggles should be worn at all times when using any hand tool. Always follow the manufacturer’s directions regarding torque direction, proper force, torque pattern/sequence, use or non-use of lubrication on fasteners and torque “tighten/release” cycles. The Daughter and I were downtown one day and wandered through the Southern Folklore Museum. There's a lot of folk art on display, but the main attraction is the music. In addition to frequent concerts on site, there's an annual music festival. This year's festival will be in August. The description from their website:Each Labor Day Weekend we produce the Memphis Music & Heritage Festival. It is the Center's signature event. With urban Memphis as our backdrop we showcase and celebrate of the music, culture, arts, and rhythms of the Memphis/Delta region. On five stages we present musicians, dancers, cooks, talkers, poets, folk artists, workshops, and craft vendors allowing festival-goers to celebrate Memphis' musical roots and also enjoy many contemporary twists to our musical heritage. As one first time festival goer said, "The Festival fits the entire spirit of the city into a few downtown blocks. It feels like we're in some big metropolitan city, It's really refreshing to see people who are warm to each other, just listen to music and relax. " That's the way it's supposed to be. Making a few adjustments Okay- new full suspension test bike. Gotta break it in, set it up, and get it all dialed. You'd think the hardest part would be the suspension, but it isn't. It is the controls on the handle bar. Maybe I am an odd duck, but I like my brake levers inboard so that I can only reach the lever with my index finger. Brakes are always next to the grips and shifters are always inside on the bars, closest to the stem. Watch: Biking in NYC Here are some fascinating stories from MuldersWorld. From Brenton Sawin Mysteries To Search: Dogman eyewitness account in the Smoky Mountains described by Mike. The terrifying encounter happened at Mikes home with his dog running for cover and the Dogman running across the field on two legs. The Michigan dogman is well known but Tennessee has several reports of the Dogman and other type werewolf hell hound creatures that defy explanation. Hope you enjoy this Cryptid story. The attempted murder of a human rights defender and former government delegate. “Then, look,” she said, “this is what happened. ” From her wheelchair, she extended the stump of her left arm, where her wrist and hand had been amputated. Lifting her trouser-legs, she revealed scars on her knees. Then, defiantly, she raised her remaining hand in the Cuban dissident “L” sign for Libertad, Liberty. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation—the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated solely to health—has proposed building a national movement toward better health. Katherine Hatton, a Case Western Reserve Law graduate and the Foundation’s General Counsel and Secretary, will provide an inside look at the varied ways lawyers can contribute. Opportunities go well beyond traditional corporate law firm practice and medical malpractice advocacy. Ms. Hatton will show how lawyers are tackling our nation’s disparate health issues: designing programs, building alliances, advocating change, researching how law can be used to advance public health goals, and representing those who have not had a voice in health policy debates. M. M. Join Legal Aid of San Mateo County on the frontlines of the housing crisis! Eviction defense is one of the most requested legal services by Legal Aid clients. Topics include: unlawful detainer procedure post-foreclosure protections for tenants subsidized housing and rent-controlled tenancies settlement negotiations client intake interviews.

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I like it because it has longer skinnier sleeves than my other ones and fits better in the shoulder. I've been wearing it every day this week but I can tell I'm going to have to upgrade to something thicker soon. I'll probably just wear it under my black faux-fur. Crossing my fingers that more hatch out today!. My baby brother turns older today. I don’t remember the exact day he was born, but I remember being told “Be nice to your brother” over and over for years and years. He isn’t retired yet. Recently he got to see his sixth grand who lives in New Jersey. She is a beauty whose initails are JJ. That second J is Joy which just so happens to be my middle name and my daughter Jen’s middle name…although I doubt that my Nephew even remembered that or took it into consideration when he named his new daughter. Well my baby brother has passed me up for sure as I am at a stand still with five grands. My baby brother now has two grandsons and four grandaughters. O-M-G. " So mysterious. this is what I felt like when I saw that box of apricots Oh friends, have you ever had a perfectly ripe Blenheim apricot? Because it is one of the best things ever. One of the best reasons to be alive. Yun and I took my parents and Yun's mom on a trip to France. The first night we were in Paris, it was getting a bit late and we were all very hungry. Someone told Yun about a nice restaurant so we decided to find it. We walked far to get there and the parents were wearing out. The problem was they had no tables left when we got there.

We were all disappointed and starving.

We walked down a tiny little empty side street and said let's go into the first joint we see. As we crossed the street to enter, I could see a table on the sidewalk right next to the front door.

Four New York Ranger prospects saw action on Sunday including a game where three of them faced each other on Sunday.

Christian Thomas and his Oshawa Generals play host to Andrew Yogan, Peter Ceresnak and their Peterborough Petes in a game that had a little more drama in it than the average game. Against the Generals, Yogan was able to stay out of the penalty box and provided the Petes with their only goal of the game. When I walked into the Attic Window Quilt Shop recently I saw this adorable bag on display. Jill made it as a sample for the shop. Chris, shop owner, says that the patterns should be in at the shop soon. NOTICE: Another date/time has been added for the Quilt Block Cookbook BOM. We have added an evening session for this new group. m. Excerpts from Krebs on Security: ". many people do not fully realize how much they have invested in their email accounts until those accounts are in the hands of cyber thieves. Hope is something that brings sunshine into the shadows of our lives. It is our link to a better tomorrow.

-Yitta Halbertstam & Judith Leventhal.

For God who said, "Let light shine out of darkness," has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. Ants. They were everywhere in Mexico. If I left a tortilla flake or drop of juice on the kitchen counter, I would find ants within minutes. Tiny ants. Almost microscopic. Virtually transparent. And faster than Speedy Gonzalez. But I just did. Tulipa Pulchella Violacea, satte denne løken både i rosenhagen og på forsiden ser jag. Seint på høsten går det lite vel fort. Disse små tidlige tulipaner er så søte synes jeg. Muligens er det også delvis for at jeg riktig hungrer etter farge. Never mind the Olympics, here in Torquay we have the Annual Pedal Car Grand Prix. Ten teams race for two hours round a track on Torre Abbey Green in a desperate attempt to prove they are the best. I have no Idea who won but it was all good fun. We had a bad start to the day with the usual rain threatening to put a damper on the whole affair but the sun came out and a fun day was had by all. I have never spent much time baking. My Mom was a wiz at it but I always preferred cooking. Recently I decided that it might be a good idea to try out a few baking recipes and this morning would be the day to start. I love blueberries and I love lemon so I just knew I was going to love this bread. It's a blueberry, lemon and pecan bread with a lemon glaze on top. You can find the recipe here. It also gave me the chance to use my Bennington Pottery bread pan. It's in the Morning Glory Blue pattern. I love their pieces and I think they mix and match quite nicely with my other pieces of blue and white. Today we travel across the Tasman Sea from Australia to New Zealand to visit Amy and see where she works. Having it in a corner of our living area means I can overflow readings and assignments to the nearby dining table or lazy boy chair and work early in the morning without disturbing my husband’s sleep. The other main ‘work’ I do relates to our eating. We have a share agreement with them: they provide the space, I provide labour, and we all get to enjoy the benefits. This photo was taken in February, during our New Zealand summer growing season. "You can visit Amy's blog here. I've always felt that the placement of a man's testicles is an eloquent argument against intelligent design. Here is a bit of tease photo. I'll be building it soon, but before that I will be giving it a proper photo shoot!! Stay tuned!. Anybody that knows me knows that I am VERY proud of being left-handed.

and he does everything with the left.

We'll see how things go, but here's some evidence of a southpaw. Way down, big trouble, dead! Graydon Carter, no talent, will be out! — Donald J. Graydon Carter will get a front-row seat, where he will do this, hour after hour after hour. to buy a fat pig? No, but I did find some fat-free chocolate bunnies!As many of you know, Kendall and I went to the Atlanta Home Accessories and Gift Show last weekend. This was Kendall's first foray into the wild world of the "buyer's market" and I believe she was duly impressed. While seemingly endless hours of shopping may appeal to many of you, I can assure you there is a price to be paid. My hips are just now recovering, as are Kendall's feet. the little bears and animals are getting ready for the update. Been making little things to take with me to Sew South in March. Can't. Hardly. Wait. -dana. So cool, as I don't consider clean-and-simple my strong suit, not by a long shot. I stamped a heart die-cut with the large circle background from WHOLE LOTTA DOTS using white ink, then stamped the "i like you" sentiment on top in black. I attached the card stock heart to a vellum heart and accented with a paper flower and some string. For that horizontal background strip on the sketch, I went with a few horizontal rows of messy machine stitching. Of course, Ted. It's abundantly clear what you wish on him you wish on those who voted for him because of the issues he pledged to advance.

Really Reasonable Ribbon is sponsoring a fun challenge over at the Delightful Challenges Blog this week which is the challenge blog for our friends at Digital Delights by Loobie Lou.

The challenge is open for the week and the theme is Pastels and Ribbon. You can swing by Cheryl's blog for more information on the cards below. Stop over at the Delightful Challenges Blog for some more fun sample projects or to enter your own project. . I should have noticed Dr. Doug Perednia's blog, Road to Hellth, sooner. See here. The following is a quote from Dr. Perednia advocating votes for DrRich. Unfortunately, the ACP blog won out. .