:) Okay, kite..memang org Islam. Sebab tu kite tahu fakta2 psl solat nie. Sbb tu kite tahu kenape kite solat. Sbb tu kite tahu kenape mesti sembah Allah. Tapi...kenapa bila kite betul2 melakukan solat, kite lupe.. kite lalai.. kite bermain-main dalam solat? Nia tk nk mention soal khusyuk, sbb soal khusyuk ni pandai2lah masing2 nk deal mcm mne nk khusyuk dalam solat. Tapi mcm mane klau keadaan yg disengajakan? Contohnye...waktu sujud. Klau mase kecik2 dlu, mmg budak2 termasuk nia sndiri sujud bukannye betul sgt. Bacaan pun tunggang terbalik. Asyik nk cpt je. Tapi tu dlu.. skrng kite smue dh besar kan? Dh tahu hukum..Kite solat mestilah nak Allah terime. Tapi kenape lah ade lg insan2 yg sujud dlm solatnye seperti anak kecil. Trlalu cepat. Cpt mcm kilat.. Bila kite lihat org mcm ni, hati kite akn terdetik, masyaAllah, kenapa bacaannya trlalu cpt. Atau org ini hanya pura2 sembahyang ke? Haa, jgn smpai persoalan ini timbul dlm kepala setiap manusia yg melihat kite solat. Itu bru pandangan manusia, apatah lg pndangan Allah? Okay cuba bygkn situasi nie.. time kite salam ngn cikgu, pastu cikgu tu hulur tgn then kite bru nk cium tgn dye dh tarik tgn dye. Sekali dua tk pe lg, tp bile berkali2 cikgu tu buat mcm tu, kite ade rase nk salam lg tk ngn dye? Mestilah tak..rase mcm eh ape cikgu nie. ==' mcm tk serius je. Haa, mungkin itulah jugak persepsi Allah pada kite. Klau kite main2 mase sujud, agak2 Allah terime tk amalan kite tu? Dear friends....adik2...abg2...kakak2... jom, kite reflect balik. Mane satu antara ciri2 di bwh nie..yg kite termasuk dalamnye.
Okay ni contoh sujud dgn kalimah bacaannye sempurna. Dibaca sebanyak tiga kali
A site called âJust Publishingâ offers what looks like good advice to new authors especially with self-published books, especially POD.
âWhy did Amazon delete my book reviews? Because there was a problem with how you got the reviewsâ, link.
I can certainly understand that paying for reviews is unethical (although you would wonder if people pay for Yelp and Angie's List, which both companies adamantly say you cannot).
I can understand that family is off limits. But the article also implies social media friends is a no-no. Thatâs getting difficult, and I hadnât heard that before. People who network enough to sell their books the old fashioned way probably would attract quality Facebook friends and Instagram and twitter followers. Such a policy would sound a bit self-defeating.
It is true that there are industry statistics on the expected reasonable ratio of books sold to reviews â itâs high.
Iâve noticed something else about the POD business. POD companies often mark the list prices high, which will be only slightly discounted on the Amazon and BN sites, and perhaps some others. Then they encourage authors to try copies themselves by buying hundreds of copies at maybe 50% off or so. An author who really wants to operate her own wholesale (with bookstores) and retail (with consumers) could mark them up to about 60% or so and make a profit. But that would be so time consuming that the author wouldnât have time for new material.
Itâs frankly very difficult to sell books, or sell advertising on a blog, unless you have built a reputation first in some niche that relates to something people will pay for. Fiction sometimes provides an exception, but even then it is often niche-like. Hopefully itâs legitimate (not porn). Given the âgofundmeâ culture online today (which has become much more prominent than it was two decades ago when I got into this) there is probably opportunity to âsellâ in the special needs area â but I have my own psychological and perhaps moral qualms about this.
Yes, a whole week of a sunshine and high temperatures...
As well as the heat something else happened. My poor little donated laptop died on Tuesday. I had to go out first thing on Wednesday and replace it. Just what I didn't want to have to do as I'm going on holiday in two weeks time..
Anyway I have a new one now and I'm very lucky to be able to get another one.
Everything above is charity shopped. Trousers and white top both from assorted 1.00 rails; trousers are by George and the top is by F & F at Tesco. The sandals were charity shopped in Donegal last summer for 2 euros.
All jewellery charity shopped.
On Thursday Ann and I went out for the day. We went to Uxbridge as I had something to do in a little town near there called West Drayton. We had lunch out and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
I'm wearing white trousers from F&F; a no label green tunic and my lace top/waistcoat/vest - all charity shopped. I think the green top came from the 1.00 or 99p rail in Barnardo's in Ampthill; the other two items came from the 1.00 rail in the Red Cross and the 3:16 charity shop. Red Mary Jane's from local shoe store; PJ Shoes.
Scarf charity shopped (1.00) from Stevenage charity shop.
Earrings; Christmas present from Ann years ago - I had a matching bracelet but it broke...necklace from local shop Simi and Lola. Only the bangles are charity shopped.
Of course we looked in some chazzas and yes, I did buy a couple of things. I spent 3.50. I bought a brightly coloured and patterned pleated skirt for 1.50 in the Harlington Hospice shop in West Drayton and a new spotted cup (I had two and one broke) which cost 1.00. I also bought a pink Principles cardigan for 1.00 in the Thames Hospice shop in Uxbridge. The piece de resistance though was the 'Everything 5.00' shop where I bought this oversized striped linen tunic and wore it on Friday.
Being linen it creases like anything but I find it so cool in the sweltering temperatures we've been having lately. I'm not good in the heat; I wilt and my energy seeps away. Mind you, that could be old age!
Same trousers as yesterday and charity shopped Mary Jane's.
All jewellery charity shopped. The necklace has gone a little off centre...
I did the school run on Friday, did the food shopping, fitted in a 4 mile walk and went for my induction at the library. I'm taking on another volunteering activity at our local library. I start the week I come back from Ireland and will be doing a few hours on a Tuesday afternoon. Apparently, our main library, which is my local one, is becoming digitised from September. It will be staffed from 11 am to 4 pm and will be self service only outside of these hours. I'm really looking forward to starting but wonder how many people will have lost their jobs through the new changes. We are lucky to retain our library; there have been several attempts to close it but public protest has intervened.
You may be thinking I've been very muted in colour choices this week but never fear; I went for colour in a big way on Saturday when I went to see my son - in temperatures of 28 degrees I might add!
Skirt; 1.50 West Drayton charity shop; M & S jacket from the Guild House in Bedford and the white top by Monsoon from a 1.00 rail somewhere...
Black sandals charity shopped two years ago but can't remember where or how much. I also got round to painting my toe nails at last!
All jewellery charity shopped.
On Sunday my youngest grandson was seven. We went to Milton Keynes to one of those 'eat all you can' places to celebrate. It was unbearably hot all day and I did very little. I am afraid I do not like high temperatures; about 23 or 24 degrees is what I can cope with. The flowers in the garden seem to like it though!
As I type this OH is in the garden watering the plants and talking to them...
Everything charity shopped except shoes and watch.
I've had this cardigan for years. The skirt is from the Red Cross shop last week; 1.99 and the white top is Land's End from a 1.00 rail somewhere.
All jewellery charity shopped.
Have you been enjoying our heatwave? Or is it cooler where you are?
Inglewood Open Studiosâ¨Tour Celebrates Its Tenth Year!
Saturday, November 12 & Sunday, November 13, 2016. 12pm-5pm
â¨LOS ANGELES, CA â Inglewood has become the fastest growing artist community in Los Angeles. It is also the fastest growing city, undergoing daily changes for and around the NFL stadium, Hollywood Park Casino, along new Metro lines and downtown Inglewood. The tenth annual Inglewood Open Studios tour will showcase the impressive depth and talent of this community on the weekend of November 12-13, from 12:00 to 5:00pm both days. As always, Inglewood Open Studios remains an artist run event, co-organized by local non profit Inglewood Cultural Arts (ICA).
On both Saturday November 12 and Sunday, November 13, Inglewood artists will open their studios to the public, inviting visitors to personally tour their private working spaces and enjoy art created in all media--drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed-media, photography, print making, installation, video and performance.
An official map with Inglewood Open Studios location details will be available online, at Residency gallery and at all artist studio locations on the tour. For additional information on Inglewood Open Studios, including the printable tour map, please visit www.inglewoodopenstudios.comFree shuttle transportation will also be provided by the City of Inglewood.
Participating Artists -
Inglewood Open Studios participants include both established and emerging artists. The 2016 Inglewood Open Studiosartists are listed in alphabetical order: Adrienne Adar
Martin Bruinsma Kelly Brumfield-Woods
Darel Carey Matthew Carey
Anne Cheek La Rose
Joyce Dallal Bibi Davidson Beth Dubber Martin Durazo
Renee Fox Sue Francis Calida Garcia Rawles
Michael Giancristiano Nancy Jo Haselbacher
Shelly Heffler Astrelle Johnquest
Christopher L. Mercier David Newcombe Lindsey Nobel Kenneth Ober Toni Reinis Joan Robey Alexandra Rose Dawn Rosenquist Karen Sikie Stan Smith
Inglewood is nestled in the center of Los Angeles County. Bordered by the LAX International Airport, it is in close proximity to Otis College of Art and Design and is surrounded by the cities of Culver City, El Segundo, Marina Del Rey, Westchester, and Torrance.
Inglewood Cultural Arts -
Inglewood Cultural Arts, Inc. (ICA), functions as fiscal receiver and co-organizer for the Inglewood Open Studios. ICA is an independent, multidisciplinary nonprofit arts organization serving residents of Inglewood and surrounding communities. ICA's mission is to enhance the quality of life in the community by providing diverse cultural arts programs. www.inglewoodculturalarts.org
Van Hook Foundation-
Van Hook Foundation (VHF) is the media sponsor for the Inglewood Open Studios and may be contacted for additional information.
VHF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in Inglewood and located at the Beacon Arts Building Gallery 1D.
------------ Note 1: This is the fourth consecutive year when I am doing this. Hopefully this one will be much more readable compared to my previous attempts. Hopefully. (prev: 87th, 86th, 85th) This year, I also wrote a story with the tag-lines of the Oscar-nominated movies.
Note 2: I suspect the ratings for this year's Oscars are going to be very low. I mean, outside of #OscarsSoWhite, Studios and producers need to freakin' make the movies available for viewing online (or in theaters)! I will pay money to watch these movies BEFORE the Oscars goddamit! Events are successful when people talk about it. And to talk about it, people need context. What should we talk about instead of the movies themselves, Clooney's tux, JLaw's stumble, host's fumble, and hot cleavages? ------------
This is one of those years when I am not particularly attached to any movie that has been nominated. Atleast not for the big awards. But this year's Animated and Documentary nominations are a bunch of powerhouses compared to any year in recent history for these categories. It beats me why Inside Out didn't get a Best Picture nod. This just might have been a year when a Pixar movie, or any animated movie for that matter, won the top prize. Instead, we get Oscar-bait movies such as Room, Bridge of Spies, or even The Revenant. Mad Max getting in there is quite a surprise, not so much in retrospect. And yet, the top prize this year remains wide open, probable front-runners being Spotlight, The Revenant, and The Big Short, with the race getting more interesting than the movies themselves.
Emily Blunt's omission from Supporting Actress and Villeneuve's from Director (yep, I loved Sicario!) seems a little strange, but Villeneuve's time will come. His every successive movie gets better than the last! And Quentin, what did you do? He is forgiven though for getting too indulgent, considering that he might be nearing the end of his filmography. I hope though that I get to see him, among others, getting a Directing Oscar some day. Some day.
The Big Short: After The Wolf of Wall Street's rollercoaster ride, this seemed like pony carousel. I mean, we get it. Financial meltdown happened, and no-one responsible went to jail. Bravo! Selena Gomez explaining Collateralized Debt Obligations was cute though. Heh.
Brooklyn: It gets a lot of things right. Saoirse Ronan is an absolute delight to watch on screen, with a well-deserved Actress nomination for her. And the way the movie transports you to the 50s is incredible, effortlessly shattering a lot of things we take for granted today. And we are not talking about an ancient era, just 60-70 years ago. Brooklyn also does not resort to evil-looking people to further the plot in a way Titanic did, and in a way that makes the protagonists' struggles relatable, real, and very palatable - in a way that triggers a "Life is such," response rather than "They deserved this". "I'd forgotten what this town is like. What were you planning to do, Miss Kelly?"
Bridge of Spies: This is the "America is the best country in the World" movie for this year. Although both Tom Hanks and Mark Rylance nailed it with chiselled performances. Coen brothers wrote this, perhaps it would have been a much better movie if they directed it as well. "Aren't you worried?" "Would it help?"
Mad Max: Fury Road: This movie was an adrenalin-induced delight without end. Stunning camera work, absurdist humour, and louder than loudest everything, so much that one literally felt exhausted after the movie did not give any breathing space during. "WITNESS ME!"
The Martian: Someone please explain to me why Inside Out is not in this category, and why The Martian isn't in the Best Animated movie category instead? What is the line between special effects and animation? Considering the state of the art for motion capture and 3D rendering techniques, maybe it's time we do away with the distinction. Anyway, The Martian falls flat compared to Gravity, or even Interstellar. Maybe it was just an excuse to rescue Matt Damon... again.
The Revenant: A lot of people, including the Academy, seem to be particularly fond of IÃ±Ã¡rritu. I find his movies boring, the technical brilliance notwithstanding. Birdman was perhaps IÃ±Ã¡rritu's most enjoyable movie, and I didn't want Birdman to win (Boyhood... sigh). If The Revenant wins this one, of which there is a more than significant chance, it will be several firsts, perhaps the most interesting one being successive wins by the same Director. Sure looks like Leo's year though.
Room: This was a hit or miss and all over the place. Some scenes were striking, in particular the one towards the end where Brie Larson goes back to the Room. Jacob Tremblay was spectacular until he was inside the room, and made his escape. After that it seemed like the director just didn't give a shit anymore. "There's so much of "place" in the world."
Spotlight: This is my favourite movie from this category. Tense, crisp, great characters, performances, writing, Spotlight ranks high up there. "We got two stories here: a story about degenerate clergy, and a story about a bunch of lawyers turning child abuse into a cottage industry. Which story do you want us to write? Because we're writing one of them."
As much as I loved Spotlight, I am not sure if Tom McCarthy's time has come for a directing Oscar. The race mostly seems between IÃ±Ã¡rritu and Miller, both of whom are really fine directors. If IÃ±Ã¡rritu pulls this one off, back-to-back Director Oscars would be a tremendous feat.
Although, if I had my way, Duke Johnson and Charlie Kaufman (directors of Anomalisa), Andrew Haigh (director of 45 years), would have found a spot here. And when-o-when will Denis Villeneuve's (Sicario) time come?
Bridge of Spies is probably in here because... Coen brothers. Perhaps the movie would have been significantly better had they directed it as well.
Ex Machina had some really smart writing as well, reminded me of "Her" in a lot of ways. Ava: "What will happen to me if I fail your test?" I loved the fact that Inside Out got nominated for this, if not for Best Picture. They really got me from the moment the "train of thought" arrives. As cheesy as that is, really made me chuckle. "Take her to the moon for me." And as much as Tarantino would like to say "I truly believe in the material" for The Hateful Eight, he needs to sit on the bench for this one.
Spotlight though, crisp, taut, engaging from start to finish truly deserves this one. "If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to abuse them."
The Big Short is a no-brainer for this. I haven't read the book so I do not know how it reads, but this is one of those examples of an "adaptation", from a non-fiction, that would have truly meant a LOT of work.
Aaron Sorkin could have been slipped in here (for Steve Jobs), again adapting a non-fiction. Plus, in my opinion, his approach with the source material was remarkable and creative. With all the different sorts of issues Steve Jobs ran into during production, Sorkin was probably the only one who did the cleanest job for this movie.
FINALLY, LEO! Boy am I waiting for his acceptance speech! SIXTH nomination, and what a journey! A story of survival, revenge, and life is also possibly the most fitting way he could have won this one!
But this doesn't go without mentioning the other quite remarkable performances in this category. Trumbo felt a lot like Argo, even besides the 'Hollywood making a movie about Hollywood thing' and John Goodman's huge (literally) presence. And I love this "genre" (if you may) too - Sunset Bldv., Chaplin, The Artist, to name a few.
Michael Fassbender did a fine job and literally saved the movie, but the most striking performance for me from this movie would definitely be that of Winslet's.
There are some roles where it is unimaginable for anyone else doing them except for Eddie Redmayne (you know, the kind of feeling we get quite often for Benedict Cumberbatch). I doubt anyone else would have been able to do Theory of Everything or The Danish Girl.
Brie Larson seems sealed for this category. She isn't on my top 3 out of these 5, so I will be a little bummed about this one.
I am conflicted between Charlotte Rampling and Saoirse Ronan for my top spot. 45 years is a stunning film, and deserved much more than the solitary nomination it received, but Charlotte is really the heart and soul of the film. After Emmanuelle Riva (Amour) lost to JLaw, I would be too pleased to see Charlotte win this one, for a movie that has too many similarities to Amour.
I wouldn't mind Saoirse winning this one either. Her nuanced performance in Brooklyn left you yearning for more.
The one thing that I loved about The Big Short was Christian Bale's performance. In the very limited time that he occupies the screen, every freakin' scene is fireworks. He would be my pick for this one, but Sylvester Stallone makes for a great Oscar story, so yeah...
It's a shame that Alicia Vikander got nominated for The Danish Girl instead of Ex Machina. I am nuts about Alicia Vikander, she is what I would call "vanilla" beautiful. I know she is beautiful, I don't know why, and I find it hard to be able to figure it out. It's like she only registers when she's in front of me, but poof as soon as she's not, enigmatic almost. I think it was a stroke of casting brilliance to cast her in Ex Machina, a role which hinged significantly on this quality of hers in my opinion. You know, artificial... but not really, feels real... but can't put a finger on why.
But between her performance in The Danish Girl, and Kate Winslet's in Steve Jobs, my vote definitely goes to Kate. Them glasses. Sigh. And a performance that stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Fassbender's as Jobs, that's really something.
What a collection of movies in this category! This is a collection which is missing The Peanuts Movie and The Good Dinosaur - movies which in any other year would have made the nomination cut and might even have won!
I want to especially talk about three movie here, Anomalisa, Inside Out, and Boy & The World, although Shaun The Sheep and When Marnie Was There are brilliant movies in their own right.
Anomalisa is one of those movies that leave you going "How on Earth did they pull this off on screen?!" The stillness of this movie, the calm, the poise, the detail - both in the little things and the not-so-little things - is astounding. I could write at length about this movie, but anyone who has spent any time travelling to a smaller city in the US (especially to the mid-west) will get all intricate details they have managed to so gloriously capture. The absolutely shocking sex scene, the long takes, the movie playing almost in real time... Anomalisa is an anomaly done right when it comes to pushing the boundaries of what can be done on animation.
Talking about pushing the boundaries of animated films, Boy & The Worldis gorgeous! Such raw beauty, it is a spectacle to behold. Lovingly crafted hand-drawn animation, the colors, the playfulness, the airiness, the fireworks-y sparkle, the dazzle, every still of the film could be a framed painting in an art gallery. This is how, I wish, The Peanuts Movie had been made. HAND-DRAWN! I hope we get to see more of AlÃª Abreu's work.
Inside Out is almost surely going to win this one. Don't get me wrong, it is a great film, perhaps one of Pixar's top 3, if not the best. But it is going to win it for the wrong reasons. Animation has very little to do with what makes Inside Out a great film, which is why it was much better off getting a Best Film nod, along with the Writing nod that it deservedly received.
The Hateful Eight is on this list because... 70mm, Ben Hur lenses, yada yada yada. It's not the tooling that maketh a genius. Nope. But okay Quentin, you were indulging yourself, you are allowed to do that, of course.
It will be a big surprise if The Revenant does not win this one. The cinematography, after all, is one of the biggest reasons why it has been getting oh-so-much love. But, have you seen Sicario! Especially the one scene where they perform the extraction from Mexico, sent a chill down my spine. That is a scene in the same league as the car scene from Children of Men.
The Hateful Eight, again, is here because... Morricone. This is probably Academy's last chance to give a real Oscar to Ennio Morricone rather than the honorary one they had to give him a few years ago.
Sicario and Star Wars (obviously) truly deserve a special mention though.
This category is really losing its significance extremely fast. It is too hard to tell what's special effects and what's not, considering almost every movie undergoes huge transformation during post-production.
Just like the Animated Feature Film category, this was another powerhouse collection of films. I wouldn't mind Amy winning this one, Asif Kapadia is an accomplished director, his Senna ranks amongst my favorite movies. And, to be fair, Amy is an amazing movie, except, I didn't care a lot about the subject matter.
Winter on Fire, on the other hand, is a movie extremely relevant in today's day and age, and has managed to put together some really spine-chilling footage and beautifully. It also managed to give a first-hand glimpse into a country that we (I) know so little about, and around events that are being played out right now on the global political arena.
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Pilihan raya di Malaysia adalah satu proses demokrasi untuk memilih calon untuk mewakili rakyat di parlimen melalui undian oleh rakyat dan setiap calon yang dipilih rakyat akan memegang jawatan seperti penggubal undang-undang, eksekutif, perundangan dan kerajaan tempatan.
Terdapat dua jenis pilihanraya di Malaysia iaitu Pilihanraya umum dan pilihanraya kecil, sistem pilihanraya yang dijalankan adalah mencari pemenang menerusi undian yang dikira bagi calon yang bertanding dan pemenang akan diumumkan selepas mendapat undi yang terbanyak dan ia dipantau oleh Suruhanjaya Pilihan raya. Suruhanjaya pilihanraya.
Sebuah suruhanjaya penyelia untuk mengelola dan bertangjawab memastikan urusan pilihanraya di Malaysia berjalan lancar. Ia telah ditetapkan didalam perkara 114 pelembagaan Malaysia yang dipengurusikan oleh Tan Sri Ab Rashid Ab Rahman dan telah digantikan oleh Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof pada 1 Januari 2009.
Antara mandat yang diberikan adalah dibawah perkara 114, suruhanjaya memiliki kuasa untuk mengadakan pilihanraya umum keatas dewan rakyat dan dewan undangan negeri dan mengadakan pilihanraya kecil sekiranya berlaku kekosongan dibawah perlembagaan persekutuan Tanah Melayu.
Pada awal penubuhan suruhanjaya ianya mempunjyai seorang pengerusi dan dua ahli tetapi selepas tanah melayu bergabung dengan Sabah, Serawak dan Singapura berlaku penambahan ahli dari Sabah, Sarawak dan Singapura serta satu rang telah diwujudkan pada 1981 yang membolehkan panambahan ahli dan mewujudkan Timbalan Presiden selepas Malaysia dibentuk.
Bidang kuasa yang ditetapkan adalah melakukan persempadanan semula dan mengkaji kawasan-kawasan pilihanraya setiap tidak kurang 8 tahun, menjalankan urusan pendaftaran pemilih dan daftar semakan pemilih, serta mengawal kelancaran pilihanraya seperti yang telah ditetapkan.
Anggota suruhanjaya hendaklah mendapat lantikan oleh Sri Paduka Baginda Yang Dipertuan Agong selepas berunding dengan majlis raja-raja dan ketika perlantikan suatu suruhanjaya pilihanraya hendaklah mendapat kepercayaan rakyat. Walaupun begitu mengikut perkara 40 pelembagaan mestilah mematuhi yang mana Raja tidak dibenarkan bertindak mengikut kepentingan sendiri dimana Raja mestilah mendapat nasihat Perdana Menteri dan mengadakan penjumpaan antara suruhanjaya berdasarkan nasihat Perdana Menteri.
Fungsi Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya adalah mengikut peraturan pilihan raya, tugas SPR ialah mengadakan pilihan raya ke atas kawasan parlimen dan DUN, mengelola pilihan raya, dan pelaksanaan pendaftaran pemilih.Ia juga mengumpul maklumat mengenai kawasan baru yang membolehkan keadilan dapat dilakukan ke atas pengundi untuk mengundi di kawasan pengundian yang ditetapkan, mempromosikan kepentingan mengundi, dan menguruskan semakan daftar pemilih dengan memadam nama-nama orang yang telah mati atau didapati tidak layak mengundi. Pada hari pengundian, anggota SPR dan pegawai akan berada di pusat pengundian untuk menjalankan proses pengundian pilihan raya.
I had such an amazing time at Capital Reef! I donât really know where to begin.
In March I asked Steve if heâd like to go on a road trip during the summer. We havenât traveled without the boys since before they were born, 24 years ago! He was up for it so I began to plan. I wanted to see Glacier for sure. I also wanted to see a hoodoo. We decided weâd travel to Montana, stay at Glacier for 4-5 days, head to California to see the Redwoods, then to Utah to see the hoodoos. As we tightened up our plans we decided California would be itâs own trip during another adventure.
After we decided on the Minnesota to Montana to Utah adventure I decided to look for a race. Well, I found a 50K just outside the Capital Reef National Park. I hadnât heard of Capital Reef so did some research and pretty soon we decided this was going to be our destination. Good decision!
I entered the race and then I began to look for race reports, the race description, checked out Ultrasignup. I was perplexed that Ultrasignup forecast me finishing in 9:15 hours! My 50K time is usually 6-7 hours. Oh boy.
Soon thereafter I learned that the race is held at 11,700 feet elevation! OK, this 9:15 hour finish time was beginning to make some sense.
Steve and I drove to packet pickup the night before the race. We learned that one of the aid stations would no longer be. An UTV lost its tire while trying to get out there. He became stuck and would have to be towed out. They were trying to figure out how to get it out of there. The aid stations were very remote. There was no crew/pacer access except at one aid station and to get to this station you had to be UTVâd to it. Because of one less aid station this section would be 9 miles long. I vowed to myself that I would fill my bladder at every aid station.
Steve was planning on meeting me at the aid station with UTV access. He would hike to the ranger station, they would then shuttle him to the station. Hopefully I would be able to figure out a rough estimate time that I would be out there.
A few weeks prior to the race Jenny contacted me stating they would be on vacation at the same time and that she entered the race as well! I was so excited to learn I was going to have a running buddy on the course!
Steve and I picked up Jenny for the race start. We swung by their campground, gave kisses to the dogs, said Hi to Paul and buzzed to the start. We were ready!
This race is 100% eco friendly. The toilets at the start / at aid stations were composted, they washed and rinsed glasses at the aid stations, no paper cups, no garbage was tolerated. Fruit rinds and peels were thrown into one bin for compost, wrappers into another. Very cool.
As we were listening to the RD before starting, Jenny pointed to a woman with whiskey hanging off of her waist! We later learned from another runner that she had back surgery and this whiskey was to minimize the pain. Not a good idea.
(Let's go! Jenny, Me)
The RD said to GO so off we went! We started climbing right from the start. The race began at 7500 feet, just out of the Utah desert up on the Aquarious Plateau. When it was 99F a few miles away in the desert, it was 60F up on the Plateau at 11,500 feet. We were so thankful we were on the plateau!
We began following a jeep type trail, through the woods, through the meadows, then up a steep, rocky, shale like mountain. We would jog for a mile, then have to take a walk break, even if we werenât climbing at the time. The air was THIN! I was gasping for air. Seriously.
After a mile or so we veered from the jeep trail and followed a narrow trail, straight up the mountain. It was steep. We just plugged on, trying to keep up a conversation was difficult. Jenny kept on pointing out bear scat. It freaked me out. We talked about what we would do if we came upon a bear. This was a few weeks after the bear attacked a man at Glacier. We had just left Glacier.
As we were moving up this gargantuan mountain, Jenny stopped. She looked off to our right and had a look of concern on her face. I was immediately concerned. I knew it was a fricken bear. We saw all of this dark fur. Upon further assessment, we realized it was a group of 4 very, very large cows, staring down at us. Oh thank god! There were cow all over the place, free range Angus cattle. I was still freaked out.
We moved along, taking pictures as we went. We werenât in any great rush. We were doing what we could, moving forward, taking photos along the way. This was an adventure, a training run, laid back fun day. As we found a great photo op with beautiful views, a woman came upon us. She commented that we seemed to have a lot of fun while climbing the steep mountain. She said she could hear us laughing and she thought weâd be fun to hang along with. Her name was Virginia, from Denver, and she hung with us to the finish! We made some new awesome friends along the way.
(Jenny climbing near the cow sighting)
(We just met Virginia, she took this pic)
The first aid station was only 2.5 miles out. We ran in and learned that we were number 44 and 45! There were only 55 runners or so. This was surprising, that we were nearly last. We were also the only Midwesterners. This did make a difference. I used their bug spray, the mosquitoes were bad at this point, but I donât think I noticed them after. Guess the spray worked! I had a piece of watermelon, filled up my bladder and we moved on, across the meadow.
We ran through the grass, surrounded by alpine lakes, boulders and the remains of big dead animals. Bones, furâ¦it made me wonder..
As we entered a mountain of boulders, we couldnât see a trail, just rock. We climbed and climbed. The views were amazing. The air wasnât. Gasp.
(Boulder Trail. I'm picking my way down)
Our conversation was varied. I shared some recent personal ongoings which caused much laughter. We shared our ailments. We passed around around lip balm, foot potion, salt tabs. We shared a wonderful time and a fabulous race.
This is the most technical race I have ever run. Yes, much more technical than Superior. Between the logs, rocks, roots, it was amazing. The plateau, the alpine lakes, the mountain meadow, this was truly sensory overload.
The Great Western trail up on the plateau is not very frequently traveled. The trail was difficult to pick up a times. We could see flags every so often up in the distance, showing the way, although we couldnât see a trail.
I was looking forward to the third aid station. I knew that Steve was going to try to get up there. He would have to hike a few miles, then ride an UTV to the station. As I was running in, sure enough, there he was. He had a good ride. Was cheerful, enjoying his day. Seeing him there was a big lift.
(Steve took this at the aid station)
We left him and circled around the alpine lake, dotted with a few kayakers. As we ran along Arnulfo Quimare of Born to Run passed us.
A long section was coming up. We knew that there would be no aid for 9 miles. We filled up and moved out. At one point we saw again saw something black and still ahead. I made no bones about it, Iâd turn around and go back to the aid station, a few miles prior, before Iâd chance running into a bear. I asked if I should blow the whistle on my pack. Yes, yes, Virginia and Jenny responded. I blew, nothing moved. Virginia began to creep ahead. Eventually she realized it was a piece of black burned out tree or something. We laughed and moved on.
We were climbing through a dense forest. There was no trail that we could see, only ribbons, telling us where we should go. It was crazy. Pretty soon we came upon a rose bush field-deep rose fragrance, prickly bushes. They had grown in after a burn. Iâve never seen so many roses.
Another woman joined our merry band. Lori was from Phoenix, she ran with us to the finish.
We moved along and came off of the plateau. We climbed down from 11,5000 feet to 9000. I could breath more easily. We came into a section of river. There was a man who ran out of water and was filling his bottle from the river. I was thankful I still had at least half of my pack full. I was carrying an 80 ounce bladder. It was getting HOT as we came off of the plateau. The high in Torrey was 99F. Ugh. We had been running in probably 65-70F on the plateau all day. Pretty awesome.
Eventually the girls all ran out of water. My bladder was larger than theirs so I still had some available. I shared my water with them, asked if they needed any gels or blocks. I had a ton. Jenny shared her chap stick. Virginia shared more sunscreen. We were warm and burning.
We came into the aid station. Oh, happy day! The volunteers were excited to see us, enthusiastic and willing to care for us. I drank a couple glasses of coke, had some watermelon and just wanted to get out of there and on my way. I and Laurie headed off while Jenny and Virginia took care of their needs.
The elevation continued downward. We were able to see some of the red rocks of the canyon in the distance. We were closing in on the finish.
What a most excellent day! To be able to run in such an environment, to be strong and healthy, to run with old friends and to meet new friends, what a blessing! I feel so lucky.
( On the jeep path. Lori, Jenny and Virginia. Closing in on the finish. We can see the canyon, the red rocks, feel the heat. It's coming.)
Jenny and Virginia caught up, we all continued through the red rock, the hot canyon, anxious to see the paved road which would signal we were a mile out from the finish. We were running down, down, down a jeep type path which was red sand. The big red cliffs and buttes were all around us. We were out of the plateau and into the hot hot canyon area. Jenny was crossing over to the side of the path in front of me, she jumped over a little branch. I decided to do the same. I didnât clear the branch! Boom! I fell onto my front, sprawled out and banged the side of my head..on the sand. This was the second time that I had fallen today. Both times I fell upon sand. Crazy.
There it was! We began to run faster, down the trail, across the road, up the driveway to the Resort. Whew! What an adventure!! 10:43 hours of adventure!! Wow!
The finish line was laid back, Jennyâs family was able to make it, Steve was there. We werenât hungry. We hugged, congratulated Virginia and Lori, and headed back to end the day. I had no aches, no pains, no blisters, no problems. I was in my happy place. I had so much fun. I was really thankful to have run the whole race with Jenny and to have met Virginia and Lori along the course. Old friends and new.
This race was very challenging, but oh so much fun! Matt Gunn, the Race Director was really great. The volunteers were amazing. I'd run this again. I'd like to run more of Matt's races. For finishing we received a Tshirt, hat and hand made mug.
What an amazing day. Iâm still smiling! Next up: Voyager 50 Mile.
Siona: Como he llegado tan tarde no he podido coincidir con ella, pero como es un cielo me lo dejÃ³ enviado :-). EstÃ¡ con el chal "Ramble Shawl" de Andrea Mowry Dreareneeknits y con lana Drops Lima de Ama La Lana.
Almudena: sigue con su entredÃ³s, dice que va bien pero despacioâ¦ yo dirÃa que va genial con la labor tan delicada que es. EstÃ¡ quedando precioso Almu.
Cris F: parece que ha superado la mala racha con la chaqueta Naima diseÃ±ada por Ankestrick. Nos cuenta que tras mucho hacer y deshacer esta semana ha avanzado bastante, estÃ¡ a punto de terminar el cuerpo ya que le faltan solo las Ãºltimas vueltas del elÃ¡stico y estÃ¡ deseando empezar con los bolsillos y las mangas. Cris,,, preciosa, y con la semana Santa seguro que la terminas!
Joao: Cree que terminarÃ¡ pronto su chal "All about that Brioche", patrÃ³n de Lisa Hannes. Va a terminar la lana y por eso cree que la Ãºltima parte quedarÃ¡ mÃ¡s grande que lo que indica el patrÃ³n, pero es lo que tiene no querer restos (de todos modo no serÃ¡ mucho y va a quedar fantÃ¡stico). Dice que lleva mÃ¡s de 200 puntos en las agujas y ya estÃ¡ pensando en la prÃ³xima labor :-).
Eva: Lleva ya la mitad del delantero de su jersey rosa patrÃ³n Drops y lana "Catena Merino" extrafina de lanas Katia. Esta semana no ha tenido casi tiempo de cogerlo asÃ que ha avanzado poco. Eva, te estÃ¡ quedando precioso y es un color muy favorecedor; ademÃ¡s de lanaâ¦ tienes tiempo de terminarlo hasta que puedas ponerlo ;-).
Ana: Se nos ha unido hoy un ratito (bueno, ha llegado casi con la cronista asÃ que â¦ jejeje). EstÃ¡ haciendo el segundo mitÃ³n del patrÃ³n "Travelling Cable Hand Warmer" de "Purl Soho". Sin palabras,,, quiero unos, quiero unosâ¦.
Cris Z: ha estado tejiendo pruebas de "cables" para un jersey,,, test plan nos dice :-). Seguro que te queda genial el jerseyâ¦ ya nos irÃ¡s enseÃ±ando.
Un viernes mÃ¡s nos hemos reunido para tejer, ha sido un viernes de idas y venidas jijij. JoÃ¤o tuvo que irse casi nada mÃ¡s llegar yo y al final de la tarde se nos unieron Silvia , que casi no le dejo merendar para que me escribiese .. y Ana que nos visitÃ³ con su hermana . La cronista estuvo encantada y algo descentrada en su labor porque el cansancio de la semana pasa factura y algÃºn punto se me fue con el despiste que tenÃa.
Os paso a contar lo que se tejiÃ³ en nuestra reuniÃ³n.
Ana : " He venido tardecillo hoy y me he traÃdo a mi hermana Lydia pero como la ha traÃdo a traiciÃ³n y no tiene nada que tejer.. asÃ que a charlarÂ¡Â¡Â¡. Yo estoy tejiendo unos mitones de Purl Soho ( Traveller Cabled Hand Farmers con lana de Katia Merino
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Lad os starte med det der sikkert er Danmarks korteste billedserie fra Haven i Hune. Efter besÃ¸get pÃ¥ SamsÃ¸, fortsatte vi vores ferietur til det nordjyske - nÃ¦rmere RÃ¸dhus. Det blev til et par hyggelige dage i sommerhus med svigerfamilien.
Vi havde planlagt at besÃ¸ge haven i Hune, hvilket jeg var meget spÃ¦ndt pÃ¥. Vi har ikke besÃ¸gt haven siden Anne Just levede, sÃ¥ jeg var meget spÃ¦ndt pÃ¥ om Annes Ã¥nd stadig var til stede i haven. Det var den heldigvis og gensynet var helt fantastisk. DesvÃ¦rre havde jeg ikke fÃ¥et tjekket batteritilstanden pÃ¥ kameraet inden afgang til haven, sÃ¥ det blev ikke til mange billeder, inden kameraet gik dÃ¸dt :(
Sikke et blikfang, Kleopatras nÃ¥l var ikke let at komme uden om.
Alium og hosta, den kombination mÃ¥ jeg huske.
22 danske pottemagere udstiller i haven og overalt mÃ¸dte man fint lertÃ¸j.
Her selvsÃ¥r den hvide haveklinte sig ogsÃ¥.
Aftenbillede fra RÃ¸dhus strand hvor bÃ¸lgerne var faldet til ro.
Vi kÃ¸rte hjemover med regnen i hÃ¦lene, sÃ¥ det blev kun til et hurtigt kig pÃ¥ terrassen da vi var hjemme. Selvom jeg havde vandet krukkerne godt igennem inden afgang, havde den hÃ¥rde blÃ¦st taget pynten af en del planter. Heldigvis kunne de reddes af vandkanden og den efterfÃ¸lgende regn.
Til Lisbeth - blomsterne i de kinesiske forglemmigej bliver Ã¥benbart mere lyserÃ¸de end lilla.
Minerva sÃ¥ godt nok sÃ¸lle ud, men den har heldigvis rettet sig.
Chopin med stor knop.
New Dawn er ogsÃ¥ sprunget ud.
Valmuerne kommer stadig med nye blomster.
Sahra Bernhardt har fundet stÃ¸tte pÃ¥ en digitalis.
NavnlÃ¸s Austin rose, tror det er Claire Austin.
Den fÃ¸rste nÃ¦sten helt udsprungne blomst i mine sÃ¥ede chokolade blomster. Den dufter helt rigtigt, men er mere mÃ¸rk i farven og stÃ¸rre i blomsten, sÃ¥ den er fuldt godkendt.
Gul katteurt er sprunget ud.
Giardina har bestemt ikke brudt sig om regnen.
Heldigvis er der masser af nye knopper pÃ¥ vej.
Store knopper og de fÃ¸rste blomster i floks.
Efter LindaÂ´s indlÃ¦g om impulskÃ¸b, mÃ¥tte jeg lige tjekke under terrassen. Jo ganske vist, der stod en forsÃ¸mt rosa lÃ¸vehale kÃ¸bt i forÃ¥ret. Nu er den ihvertfald kommet frem i lyset.
Twice in a blue Moon er en fryd for Ã¸jne og nÃ¦se.
Karen Blixen med en enkelt knop.
De fÃ¸rste blomster i Rozanne er sprunget ud.
Indtil videre har min lille regnmÃ¥ler indfanget 30 mm.
Endnu et indlÃ¦g med rigtig mange billeder, men det mÃ¥ man gerne nÃ¥r det regner i ferien :)
Ja selv om solen forsÃ¸gte at gÃ¸re sit og fik temperaturen op i nÃ¦rheden af 15 grader, var det alligevel en kold fornÃ¸jelse i haven idag, da den forbistrede Ã¸stenvind bestemt ikke har megen varme i sig.
SelvsÃ¥et forglemmigej er sÃ¥ fin og yndig.
Heuchera med masser af knopper.
Klematis alpina springer stille og roligt ud.
Ny darling i haven Sweet love.
Orange Rosalie begynder ogsÃ¥ at vise farve nu.
Hvad sker der lige her, et enkelt skud i Carl Nielsen rosen hÃ¦nger slemt, mon frosten har vÃ¦ret pÃ¥ spil.
Hvid lÃ¸jtnantshjerte i skÃ¸nt selskab med Thalia og stribet grÃ¦s.
Let at se pÃ¥ hjerterne at det blÃ¦ser.
PÃ¥ jagt efter Ã¦bleblomstknopper i Ã¦bletrÃ¦et ved terrassen.
TrÃ¦et stÃ¥r fyldt med store knopper.
Endnu en fin trillium er sprunget ud.
De to blomster vender hver sin vej.
Narcis minnow er ogsÃ¥ ny i haven.
SkÃ¸nne liljeformede tulipaner i retrobedet.
I drivhuset er den fÃ¸rste blomst i frÃ¸planterne sprunget ud. Det er den fine cosmos Xanthos som vandt.
Nede pÃ¥ vores brÃ¦ndeplads stÃ¥r to mindre sÃ¸jle bÃ¦vreasp. Det er rodskud som kommer inde fra naboen. Vi rykker dem op lige sÃ¥ hurtigt som de kommer, men disse to har fÃ¥et lov at stÃ¥. De er ikke sÃ¥ lette at se uden blade, sÃ¥ jeg har sat krydser ved dem.
For nogen tid siden hvor jeg sad og drÃ¸mte i drivhuset, slog det mig at de ville vÃ¦re oplagte klatrestativer til klematis. De har den masse smÃ¥grene som jeg tror klematis vil elske at boltre sig i.
SÃ¥ nu er de to Dorothy Walton der blev indkÃ¸bt til formÃ¥let plantet. Ja lige nu ser de jo ikke ud af meget, men de har vel nogle mÃ¥neder at vokse i inden de skal igang med at blomstre. De er i gruppe 3.
Fyldte anemoner og kugleprimula er et fint match.
Klematis Duchess of Edinburgh blev plantet ved portalen, hvor den kan kigge pÃ¥ sin kusine der stÃ¥r med store knopper.
Det er ikke kun i bedene blomsterne springer ud, grÃ¦splÃ¦nen vil ogsÃ¥ vÃ¦re med. SÃ¥ det kan ikke vare lÃ¦nge inden der igen skal gang i mÃ¦lkebÃ¸tteoptageren.
Vel inde efter en dejlig men blÃ¦sende dag i haven, skulle jeg lige tjekke vejrudsigten og hvad ser jeg.... nattefrost i nÃ¦ste uge!!!. Det er forhÃ¥bentlig lÃ¸gn, for jeg tror bestemt ikke mine nyplantede klematis og alt det andet har godt af det Ãv Ãv.
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Ace Ventura Ã¨ uno strampalato detective, specializzato nel recupero di animali smarriti: il suo appartamento sembra l'Arca di NoÃ¨; la sua automobile sembra uscita dallo "sfascia carrozze", ed i suoi modi e metodi sono alquanto bizzarri. A questi l'allenatore della squadra di football dei Dolphins, su consiglio della graziosa manager Melissa Robinson, decide di affidare le indagini sul rapimento, alla vigilia del Super Bowl, del delfino mascotte: Snowflake. Nonostante l'atteggiamento ostile del tenente della polizia Einhorm, una bella brunetta, Ace, avvia le indagini e scopre nel filtro della vasca del delfino un'ambra, caduta dall'anello di uno dei rapitori; risulta che i Dolphins hanno un anello con quattro pietre identiche incastonate. Continua a leggere
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25M/17: DÃa Internacional de Lucha contra la OpresiÃ³n Publicitaria.
Proyecto Squatters, integrante de la red de artistas y colectivos contra-publicitarios global, SUBVERTISERS INTERNATIONAL, se sumÃ³ a las acciones coordinadas del DÃA INTERNACIONAL DE LUCHA CONTRA LA OPRESIÃN PUBLICITARIA realizando una serie de actividades a lo largo de la semana.
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