That is one amazing over the top party! I bet that was one happy little girl. You did an amazing job at capturing the details and love of the day. You rock at these big events!
Kudos to you! I hadn't thought of that!
Whoever wrote this, you know how to make a good article.
Holasss me encanta tu arduo trabajo de traducir los dramas y mas este que estoy super enganchada y quisiera saber cuando traduces el 12 y hasta donde van q ya casi se acaba â€¦ po fis es que estoy en angustia!!!! y gracias por culminar la traduccion de FBRS… Te deseo un muy feliz aÃ±o y que el 2012 sigas dandonos mas dramassss xoxo
These muffins are gorgeous, Terri! Best I've ever tasted - texture is tender, moist and very delicious. But it's more like a cupcake than muffin? (normally muffins are mixed in, not creamed).
That's not even 10 minutes well spent!
As an awful postscript:At the range today was a police officer getting ready for some quals this week.Granted, he was a young ex-.mil guy fresh out of the academy, shooting a Glock 27, but his bullets were kicking up dust clouds ten yard out with his target on the seven yard line.I felt bad for him and all, and wandered over with the intent of offering a helpful tip or two, but I'm just a simple civilian...
The accident of finding this post has brightened my day
I like the way that story ends. I think it’s exactly right that the point of tithing is to get people thinking about what they owe to God, and then hopefully they act on it. Tithing is an act of faith and that’s why it’s so important. That’s also why the headline of the story is misguided. The IRS is never going to be able to use the same ideas or system for taxes that we use for tithing because taxes are not a matter of faith. We could definitely use a simpler tax code, but not one where we rely on conscience for people to decide what they pay taxes on.
It's good to see someone thinking it through.