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|Besplatan Strange Magic "zec"|
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|SÃ¡ch cá»§a Tháº§y ThÃch ThÃ´ng Láº¡c|
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|NHS put Millbrae under the scope|
Millbrae - Ayrâs 3XV and league champions of RBS West Division 4 last season - will take part in a charity match-up against a group of local health-workers, under the banner of NHS Ayrshire and Annan, on Friday 15 August (8pm) to raise money for Clic Sargent and the Neuroblastoma Society.
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|A Snapchat video showed a crying infant in a refrigerator. Two babysitters have been arrested. - Washington Post|
|Some rummaging, Star Wars and a trip to the seaside|
The forget-me-nots (above) were clustered in the corner of a field and are for the victims of the bomb in Manchester.
It was horrifying to wake up last Tuesday morning and hear the dreadful news about the suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester. What a truly wicked thing to do. It does nothing to improve the perceptions of Muslims here and elsewhere; as they have now become the new persecuted minority; based on the acts of individuals who carry out these horrible deeds. No one who carries out this type of act is a true Muslim.
My heart goes out to all the children, adults and their families who were killed or injured in this dreadful attack.
Well, what a wonderful week of weather we've had!
Last Tuesday I was at the food bank and was glad of its coolness, for once, as it was quite a muggy day. When I finished there I went for a walk and walked 6.8 miles. It was my first walk for over a week and I had missed it.
It was a beautiful afternoon. The mugginess had gone; the sun shone; the birds sang and the bees and insects hummed. I remembered to put Factor 50 sunscreen on my face in the morning before I put my make up on and I did it everyday whilst we had such lovely sunny weather. The back of my neck, upper chest, hands and feet get very brown in the summer as they are always exposed; I have to remember to apply sunscreen to these areas and to wear a hat!
Everything is charity shopped except the Mary Jane shoes bought from PJ Shoes; a local shoe retail shop; about 3 years ago. The trousers are from George at Asda and the blue top was bought from a Â£1.00 rail somewhere...
All jewellery charity shopped.
On Wednesday I invigilated in the morning and ran some errands in town after I had finished. But first I paid a visit to Barnardo's in Great Denham where I hadn't been for a few weeks. I bought a few things from the 99p rail - it would have been rude not to!
What did I buy? I bought some brand new, never worn metallic gold slip on shoes; a plaid night shirt (for winter); a grey shrug/cardigan and a beautiful pale lime green, boiled/felted wool jacket (again for winter). When I finally went into town I bought some lovely silver earrings in the Reuse shop for 2.00. I managed to walk almost 3 miles in the course of my errand running!
I spent the rest of the afternoon crocheting and sitting out in the garden enjoying the brilliant weather. I was determined to finish the blanket last week and spend the next week sewing the ends in (aaagggghhhh - such a horrible job!) and making a border for it. I'll save my next crochet project for Ireland as I'm going to be away for two months...I'm planning to make a V stitch blanket and use up my stash of blue and green wool in making it.
I made this one a few years ago and it's on our two seater sofa where it gets quite a lot of use on cold evenings...
Everything is charity shopped except the kimono which was a Christmas present from my daughter three years ago. Trousers are by Tu at Sainsbury's; linen top no label but from 1.00 rail in the Red Cross.
Because it was such a hot day I had to put my sandals on but my toenails needed painting...
All jewellery charity shopped except the earrings - 99p from e bay.
I invigilated again on Thursday morning and in the afternoon. It was another scorching day.
Top by Principles; 1.00 rail at the Red Cross. Linen M & S trousers; Â£1.00 rail Barnardo's in Ampthill. I bought the vintage blouse/kimono by Kanga in a charity shop in Cambridge last summer for 2.99.
Shoes; PJ shoes. Can you see how puffy my feet are? They swell in the heat and they're worse when I've been on them for hours as I was on Thursday. I also wore my large turquoise ring on Thursday but I took it off to wash my hands and couldn't get it back on again because my fingers had swollen too...
On Friday I ventured out after the school run for a walk. I walked 8.5 miles and sweated like a pig from beginning to end. Boy, was it hot! I also had to do the food shopping after that and the school run. One that was over I finished my latest library book 'All We Shall Know' by Donal Ryan. It's an absolutely beautiful, emotional read and I can't recommend it highly enough. Donal Ryan's writing is poetic and his use of the rhythms and phraseology of Irish speech is wonderful. It made me cry and laugh and I don't think you can ask more of a novel than that.
On Saturday OH and I went for a rummage. We decided to go to Stevenage and because they only had 5 charity shops we went to Hitchin as well. Hitchin is much smaller and has 8 charity shops! Weird.
I wore a hat to shield my face from the sun. I got my face a little burnt when I went walking on Friday despite Factor 50 sunblock. It wasn't so hot on Saturday but it was nice and breezy; so breezy in fact the hat blew away several times and I abandoned wearing it.
Everything, including the hat, is charity shopped. I can't remember where I bought the dress; the linen jacket is from the Guild House. I wore these Mary Jane shoes because they are very comfortable with a raised platform and ideal for walking around.
Bangles and ring charity shopped.
Beads charity shopped in Donegal, earrings bought in the week from the Reuse shop and brooch charity shopped.
Of course, I had to buy stuff. I bought 3 pairs of earrings for a 1.00 in the Garden Hospice shop in Hitchin; another pair with a Celtic design and a deep red pair both a 1.00 each in two different Hospice shops in Stevenage. I bough a pair of Boyfriend jeans for 1.60 and an ethnic print top for 2.00 on a reduced rail in the Salvation Army in Stevenage; a pink floral pair of trousers for 4.00 in the Keech Hospice shop in Hitchin. A good day's rummaging, I thought. OH did very well, too.
We saw a Storm Trooper (from Star Wars) and R2D2: (edited thanks to Sheila!)
They were part of a fund raising event for Age UK.
On BH Monday we went to the seaside at Holkham, Norfolk with the grand kids. It was bloody freezing! We ate our picnic there. Holkham is also a nature reserve and when we were leaving we saw 2 Spoonbills flying over head; they looked like arrows, long and thin with wings; it was a marvellous sight and it made my day.
Wells Next the Sea
Wells Next the Sea
I've now finished my crochet blanket and done the edging. There's only about 300 tails to sew in so it will take me some time...
My Chromebook (which I inherited from the eldest grandson) is in terminal decline. The screen has a line across it and what looks like a side view of a breast with a silouhette on the right hand side of the screen. I don't know how much longer it will last; the 'breast' is getting bigger and is blocking some of my page content. I'm hoping it will last until I go to Ireland but I may have to buy a new one soon and that will eat into my holiday money. We'll see. Hopefully, I 'll be able to post next week but if I don't you'll know the Chromebook has died!
|How I found my brother - Part 1|
I said I would tell you about how we found our brother and here it is - true to my word. How my brother found us (Part 2) will follow soon.
One Friday evening in February 2013, my OH and I were on our way to Kettering to meet up with my brothers. We were stopping at the eldest brother's to pick him up and then go on to the the youngest brother's for a drink and a catch up. My mum and eldest brother had moved to Kettering from London in 1999, and my youngest brother moved to Kettering in 2006. My mum died in 2009 and my dad died, aged only 47, in 1980.
When we got to the eldest brother's house he told me that someone had come to the door earlier in the day; spoken to him and had left him a card. He said the person - a man - said that he used to work with my mum. This immediately rang alarm bells because I knew my mum had for most of her working life, worked predominantly with women.
When I read the card (I still have it), I literally went weak at the knees and had to sit down, but I knew at once that what it said was inescapably true. On 13th February, 1953; thirteen months before I was born in March 1954, and before my mum married my dad; my mum gave birth to a baby boy whom she called 'Julian Jerome Flynn' - (her maiden name was Flynn). She gave birth to Julian in St. Pelagia's Home for Penitent Girls (I kid you not) which was in Highgate, North London. It's since been demolished and is now a gated development.
All three of us were very close to our mum. We all loved her deeply. She was our rock, we knew she loved us unconditionally and she was always there for us. She was great fun to be with; we loved her company and spending time with her. Yet, none of us knew about this other brother. On that night I could only feel shock at the not knowing as we set off to the younger brother's house.
Source: Google (for both photos)
This is an article about St. Pelagia's from the Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/10932969/Convent-that-forced-young-mothers-to-give-up-their-babies.html
It is certainly worth reading although I don't believe my mum was forced to give Julian up by the nuns, but it would have been extremely difficult to have kept him. One, it would have got back to her parents in Ireland and the shame of having an unmarried daughter with a child could have led to ostracism by their community. Secondly, in England there wasn't much in the way of good affordable childcare in the 1950s and mum would have to have worked to support herself and her child. There was a lot of stigma and shame attached to being an unmarried mother at that time.
When we got to the youngest brother's house I told him get himself a glass of wine and sit down as we had some news for him! We spent the rest of the night on the computer trying to find out more information. The one thing we did know was that our dad wasn't Julian's dad.
I rang Ireland and spoke to two of our surviving aunts - my mother's sister's - they were totally unaware of Julian. One of the aunt's told me they had only been made aware of my existence (and my mum's marriage) when my mum turned up in Ireland with me aged 11 months! I was left with my grandparent's and my aunt's, who were only young teenagers at the time, for about 3 months whilst she returned to England and work - of which more later.
Our searches on the computer kept taking us to an agent who represented Brian May (of Queen) and eventually brought us to a picture of someone called 'Julian Littman. This person looked exactly like one of our first cousins; the eldest son of my mum's older and closest sister, Aunty Betty. Unfortunately, this aunt had died in the late 1980s.
The card that had been left had telephone contact numbers on it and we agreed that in the morning I would call the numbers. I didn't sleep a wink that night and got up really early to search on my own computer for any information. This is what I found:
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|Proton turunkan harga kereta|| |
Seperti mana janji yang dibuat kerajaan sebelum pilihan Raya umum ke-13 yang lalu untuk mengurankan harga kereta. Proton Holding Bhd akhirnya tampil menawarkan penurunan harga kereta dan langkah ini selaras dengan seruan Perdana Menteri dalam manisfesto PRU13 yang lalu.
Berita baik ini turut mendapat perhatian Timbalan Menteri Perdangangan Dalam Negeri, Koperasi dan Keperggunaan Datuk Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah dengan berkata Proton telah menyambut baik seruan Perdana Menteri dengan menurunkan harga kereta 1.3 sebanyak RM 5,000.
Dengan penurunan harga kereta, pengguna boleh melihat dan merasai sendiri janji-janji yang dibuat oleh pihak kerajaan kepada rakyat Malaysia telahpun ditunaikan. Katanya pada sidang media di Alor Setar, Kedah.
Sehubungan itu, beliau berharap agar syarikat-syarikat kereta lain turut sama mengikut jejak Proton untuk menurunkan harga kereta demi kesenangan rakyat.
"Proton dah turunkan harga, jadi saya harap syarikat lain menjadikan Proton sebagai contoh dan akan tampil ke hadapan untuk mengurangkan harga kereta," katanya.
Ahmad Bashah berkata harga kereta-kereta lain akan diturunkan secara berperingkat.
Pada 13 Jun yang lalu, Proton menawarkan kepada rakyat Malaysia satu varian kereta keluarannya yang akan dijual dengan harga lebih rendah dan mampu dimiliki oleh semua rakyat Malaysia.
|Ed Balls calls for growth but criticises pension strikes|
Good to see Ed Balls offering a message of hope at todayâs Labour Party conference as an alternative to the Toriesâ message of doom. Pity he chose to undermine the unions strategy for defending their membersâ pensions.
He was at his best when taking on the Tory belief of âprivate always good, public alwaysâ and challenging the government to take up an alternative economic strategy, talking up measures that would promote growth instead of their over-reliance on austerity.
It was particularly interesting to hear how he chose to attack Osborne and Cameronâs economic strategy on the international front:
âConfronted with the biggest most urgent global challenge of our age, all they can do is urge other countries to pile austerity on austerity tooâ¦ ignoring the lessons of history and the evidence here in Britain, and across the world, that austerity just isn't working. That is not just a failure of leadership â it is a complete abdication of responsibility too.â
The lessons in history he no doubt alludes to are how, during a time of an even worse national debt, the Labour Party was able to introduce the welfare state, NHS, state pensions, and comprehensive education.
Balls could have gone further on these reasons for Labour to be proud. Unfortunately, on the subject of pensions, he chose to criticise the unions for standing up to the governmentâs (as he put it) âconfrontational and unfairâ pension changes. He reiterated the partyâs leadershipâs belief that the decision to strike would be walking into a trap and that âthere is nothing George Osborne would like better than a strike this autumn to divert attention from his failing economic plan.â
He said that under Labour pensions contributions and retirement ages would be going up anyway. Why? Was he inviting us to question â whose side are you on Ed? Are you really looking out for the ordinary working people you spoke of today that are struggling to make ends meet who need hope of a better way? You must realise many of these people are the same people youâre criticising for having the audacity for taking a stand against having their pension rights torn up.
Public sector pensions were made more affordable under the last Labour government. Surely thatâs something he could be claiming credit for rather than saying heâd cut them as well!
Itâs good to see the Labour Party going on the offensive against the Tory austerity measures and calling for the immediate need for growth. However, the partyâs leaders need to realise, if strikes do go ahead in November and they fail to support the workers, many of these traditional Labour supporters may never forgive them.
|NHS shake up plans 'not cost cutting exercise' insist health chiefs||
THE decision to permanently downgrade maternity services at the Horton General Hospital is not a cost cutting exercise, insist health chiefs.
|Campaigners unite as one to stop NHS shake up plans in Oxfordshire||
CAMPAIGNERS, the clergy and politicians came together as one voice in their passionate plea to stop controversial healthcare plans.
|Oxford MP disappointed patients' voice ignored over major healthcare plans||AN OXFORDSHIRE MP said she is is disappointed patients haven't been listened to after a report into a major NHS shake-up recommended a raft of changes including a permanent downgrade of maternity services.|
|ESM's QuickLessons A DearMYRTLE Genealogy Study Group Lesson 19|
QuickLesson 19: Layered Citations Work Like Layered Clothing
Elizabeth Shown Mills, âQuickLesson 19: Layered Citations Work Like Layered Clothing,âEvidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Citation and Source Usage(https://www.evidenceexplained.com/content/quicklesson-19-layered-citations-work-layered-clothing : acessed 17 Aug 2016).
RE: QuickLesson 19 - Layered Citations / Penned Question
Elizabeth Shown Mills, âRE: QuickLesson 19 - Layered Citations / Penned Question,"Evidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Citation and Source Usage(https://www.evidenceexplained.com/content/re-quicklesson-19-layered-citations-penned-question : accessed 17 Aug 2016).
Using layering is becoming more important with the proliferation of digital records on numerous websites.
We need to understand the source of any information we are using to provide evidence for our assertions.
I use the website Find My Past for research and have found records of interest in the 1939 Register. On the website I can view both the transcription and a digital image. The transcription and image may not match so it is important to look at both.
I was looking for a relative Ruth Gadsby who I knew was born in 1901 and had died before the cut off date when the register ceased to be used by the NHS. She should be there so I looked for her with her birth year.
I eventually found her with a birth year of 1910.
Here is the part of the image with the entry.
It is obvious when you see the entry how the mistranscription happened. So citing that you viewed the actual image and not just the transcription is important to the accuracy of what we record.
My second example comes from Find My Past again.
Some of the images on the website are not fully indexed and do not show up in the records when you do a general search.
If I do an A-Z search of the records for Lincolnshire here is what I saw today.
One of these record sets states Lincolnshire, Parish Registers Browse 1538-1911.
Here is what I find when I filter down to the parish of Swinstead.
However this is not the only place online where I can find images of the parish registers. The website Lincs to the Past was the first host and still hosts images from the registers. If you type swinstead par1 into the search box on the website it brings up all the registers which, apart from the post 1837 marriages, are viewable on the website.
Let me compare them.
This register does not exactly match any of those record groups on the Find My Past website. They appear to have broken the register images into smaller groups.
This register has been included with part of another to cover these events from 1780 on the Find My Past website.
This book (PAR/1/3) has been combined with the later register for marriages (PAR/1/5) as a single group at Find My Past.
Only Baptisms (PAR/1/4) and Burials (PAR/1/7) have been kept as the same record group catalogued the same as the Lincolnshire Archives. The Baptisms and Burials 1765-1780 are missing from the Find My Past website but are viewable at the other website.
Citing the records viewed on the Find My Past website is going to be extremely difficult as they do not provide the necessary archive references and have not grouped the images in the same manner as the original archive.
The only way we can cite these records at Find My Past is to state the record group where we found them on the day we searched and that the original registers can be found at Lincolnshire Archives. It is unfortunate for us as researchers that we cannot use the reference used by the archive as this is likely to be useful to others should Find My Past no longer host these images.
To sum up we must be certain with our citations to record exactly what we used. Do not include archival references unless they are explicitly stated as the organisation on the website may be different.
Many websites licence the images and may only host them for a limited time so be certain to include a date accessed and as much detail as needed to be able to find that record again.
A record found on one website may appear to be the same as another, but sometimes there were more than one copy made of the original or the original may have been copied, ensure you know what you are looking at so that you can explain any differences.
|J'Aime La Perla, o perfume lingerie da seduÃ§Ã£o||Follow my blog with Bloglovin|
Perfume da Rosa Negra
From Perfume, We Return!
O toque de uma sedosa e sedutora lingerie no corpo da mulher tem o poder da transformaÃ§Ã£o assim como o toque de um perfume na pele. Ambos tornam - a mais desejÃ¡vel pelo outro, mais amada por si mesmo e em sintonia com seu corpo, seus sentidos e desejos. ApÃ³s o primeiro beijo do perfume, perÃ³la preciosa para o olfato, vem a explosÃ£o quente e especiada das pimentas, o calor que leva ao prazer do querer, a expressÃ£o mÃ¡xima do desejo. O sussurro inevitÃ¡vel Ã© o Eu amo, amo... faltam palavras, resta a ela render-se ao J'aime melÃ³dico e incendiÃ¡rio provocado por uma apaixonante fragrancia que abraÃ§a o corpo com paixÃ£o, com muito tesÃ£o...
Assim Ã© J'Aime da marca Italiana de lingerie de alta costura La Perla. Ã um perfume lingerie da seduÃ§Ã£o: doce, quente e excitante na sua natureza olfativa; delicado, elegante e apaixonante em seu visual de joia cristalina coberta com negra organza. Como a dualidade feminina que penetra os sentidos e seduz o imaginÃ¡rio, J'Aime Ã© dÃ³cil em seus acordes floral e frutal com pimentas, lichia, framboesas e jasmim, e tambÃ©m sabe exalar o mais tentador charme e refinamento ao criar uma base chypre de patchouli com nuance gustativa de caramelo, que aguÃ§a o apetite pelo relevar da pele nua, sempre perfumada e envolvida por finas e Ãntimas vestimentas. O cheiro floral marcado pelo sabor gostoso das frutas vermelhas e caramelo Ã© impossÃvel de ser esquecido, assim como tambÃ©m Ã© a visÃ£o da bela mulher de sinuosas curvas, trajada com as transparÃªncias de uma deslumbrante lingerie.
Com J'Aime, La Perla oferece Ã mulher uma fragrancia que estÃ¡ em linha com a beleza e a sensualidade do universo que a prÃ³pria lingerie tem. Prolonga a conexÃ£o da marca com um perfume bem elaborado e em sintonia com a intimidade da mulher. Ã muito sexy e expressivo em sua proposta e, como analogia e semelhanÃ§a, tem a seduÃ§Ã£o refinada de um Calvin Klein Euphoria e a delicadeza gustativa de um Miss Dior Cherie. Mais um perfume feminino para usar com amor e paixÃ£o por aquelas que gostam de muita doÃ§ura a dois.
Perfume: J'Aime La Perla
Notas de saÃda: Bergamota, pimenta, lichia
Notas de coraÃ§Ã£o: Framboesa, jasmim EgÃpcio, lÃrio
Notas de fundo: Patchouli, Ã¢mbar, almÃscar e caramelo
O melhor da fragrÃ¢ncia: Ã um jovial floral chypre marcante que tem frutas vermelhas e caramelo, mas estÃ¡ longe de ser um perfume juvenil por ter personalidade olfativa e ser um chypre mais moderninho e sedutor. De maneira geral, isso sÃ³ reflete o fato de La Perla produzir bons perfumes.
O pior da fragrÃ¢ncia: Bem doce. Pode provocar leve dor de cabeÃ§a Ã queles mais aversos a fragrancias deste tipo. Um pouco mais de sutileza seria bem vinda.
Poder de fixaÃ§Ã£o: 10 horas
Recomendado: Para mulheres que gostam de florais frutais, florais orientais ou florais chypre com nuances gustativas, longevidade alta e bastante adocicados. Recomendado para pessoas que gostam de perfumes femininos como Miss Dior Cherie, Calvin Klein Euphoria, CH 212 Sexy, Emanuel Ungaro Apparition, Gucci Rush, Escada Magnetism.
AvaliaÃ§Ã£o Perfume da Rosa Negra
Perfume Review by Cristiane GonÃ§alves for Perfume da Rosa Negra.
|Al Nos CarvÃ¨ 2017 | Preparazione Fagiolata|
|470.- CrÃ³nica 423Âª ReuniÃ³n Oficial de Tejedores Madrid Knits (viernes, 7 abril 2017)||CrÃ³nica escrita y fotografiada por Patricia. Editada por Siona.|
Como todos los viernes nos volvimos a reunir para compartir un rato tejiendo, tomando un cafÃ©, charlando y en definitiva disfrutando de la compaÃ±Ãa y tambiÃ©n del nuevo salÃ³n, que tiene una luz estupenda (sÃ, es verdad que tambiÃ©n nos ha tocado el cambio con dÃas mÃ¡s luminosos y mÃ¡s horas de luz).
A mÃ como siempre, parece que el seÃ±or Murphy me huele y decide probar su famosa Ley los dÃas que me apunto la crÃ³nica. Se aliaron los astros y lleguÃ© sÃºper tarde,,, pero ahÃ estaban las chicas, que iniciaron el trabajo y me lo encontrÃ© casi hecho. Mil gracias!!!.
Vamos pues a ver quÃ© nos contaron sobre sus labores:
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.
Pilar: nos cuenta que ha estado de viaje y por eso no ha podido tejer casi pero aÃºn asÃ se las ha apaÃ±ado para terminar su suÃ©ter color rosa con calados hecho con lanas Anny Blatt que espera coser y estrenar este domingo de Ramos (jajajaja, Pilar de viaje teje tres veces mÃ¡s que yo a pleno rendimiento!).
Marta: DespuÃ©s de un mes sin venir al grupo, se ha traÃdo la manta para que veamos la evoluciÃ³n. Solo le quedan dos filas de granny para terminarla y luego rematarla yâ¦ a guardar hasta el invierno. Que bonita estÃ¡ quedando!.
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!
Mar: Esta semana toca chal!. EstÃ¡ tejiendo el patrÃ³n "Arrowhead shawl" de Pam Allen usando lanas "manos del Uruguay" (amorosa no, lo siguiente). Nos dice que la lanita le encanta pero que el patrÃ³n como no estÃ©s bien atenta estÃ¡s perdida,,, ideal pues para las reuniones Mar jejejeje.
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.
Patricia: Yo sigo con mi chal eternoâ¦ pero a punto de acabarlo. He tenido que deshacer el Ãºltimo dibujo porque no me da la lana y voy a comenzar con el calado del borde. AsÃ que en breve compartirÃ© la labor terminada.
Ah, Murphy esta vez hizo dianaâ¦ olvidÃ© la foto de grupo :-(
Y con todo esto nos dieron las 9 y pico, disfrutando. Si os animais y no os vais de vacaciones, nos vemos de nuevo en Semana Santa:
Viernes 14 de Abril de 2017
Starbucks, C/Orense, 26
Horario: de 17.00h a 21.00h
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|DIY Wedding : Making your own Wedding Cake Toppers: Crocheting & Sewing||Having lived away from Australia, we really wanted to incorporate our love for our country into the wedding. So we added a number of Australian elements. Lammingtons are a cake which originated in Australia.... though it may have come from New Zealand.... no one truly knows, so for the moment I am just going to state that they are apart of my childhood and they are certainly a homely cake. I wanted to make these lamingtons for the wedding, but we were short of time so we had the lamingtons made from a local bakery, Bread Craft. They tasted wonderful and they were a great price.|
For the cake toppers I used my Creepy Cute Crochet book as inspiration and used the basic head and body pattern.
I crocheted the four balls and attached the hair for each. It was fun styling the hair. It made me feel like a hair dresser:)
Crocheting and Sewing
I made the glasses out of polyclay and sewed them on the grooms head, along with the eyes and smiling mouths. I used the fabric from my dress and Michael's suit to create the miniature outfits.
The Cake Stand
I wanted to be creative with the stand and most importantly it had to be cost efficient. Mum and dad had recently done some work in the garden and they had some left over wood in the garden. So I collected these pieces and arranged them on this table and finished it off with some doilies.
The Tumbled Lamingtons
I actually did not know how we were going to present the lamintons on the stand. My mothers artist friend, Jane, got to work on the wedding night and it just turned out perfectly! Mum added more Australian quirks to it by adding the eucalyptus to the presentation. I LOVE this cake! It was so bloody aussie!
There we have it! Our Australian Wedding Cake with cute handmade cake toppers!
|Experiment in fear|
This sounds brilliant. A tv show based on exposing the mental influence of the tabloids Not just tabloids in general, with their z-list celebs and soap opera stars, but the most mind-sapping terror-inducing tabloid – the Daily Mail.
If you can get to see this programme, it sounds really worth watching.
By coincidence, it’s particularly relevant today. Following on from yesterday’s post here and Xanderg’s (of badnewsbible’s) excellent comments, the Daily Mail seems intent on lowering the bar below its even its own usual ant-limboing level.
The Tory leader is calling for the repeal of the Human Rights Act and the government is doing its best to pull the despotism rug from under the Tories by itself challenging the operation of the courts. Scenting success for its worldview, the Daily Mail has redoubled its attack, over the Chindamo case.
Here are three headlines from pages linking to today’s main Stephen Lawrence storyMail’s pages which carries the title ‘He’s no risk’: why jail boss backed Lawrence killer (I’m selflessly ploughing through this rubbish so you don’t have to. You can get the flavour of it from the headlines. But if you want to try an experimental diet of the Daily Mail, the link will take you to enough pages to undermine your will to live):
The Commentary refers to an editorial piece which tugs at the reader’s sympathy and emotions but signally fails to make any logical connection between sympathy for Frances Lawrence and their case for overriding EC law to deport Chindamo.
Why does justice for Frances Lawrence require that her husband’s killer doesn’t live in Britain? I know that Great Britain is a small island (compared to the land mass of Canada, say) but there are still about 65 million of us living here. The chance of accidentally bumping into him in Tesco’s is statistically pretty slim.
Just in case you think we are all certifiably mad in the UK, there’s a reasoned piece by Katie Ghose in the Guardian. This human rights hysteria threatens every one of us.
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Quand ils auront achevÃ© leur tÃ©moignage, la bÃªte qui monte de l'abÃ®me leur fera la guerre, les vaincra, et les tuera. Et leurs cadavres seront sur la place de la grande ville, qui est appelÃ©e, dans un sens spirituel, Sodome et Egypte, lÃ mÃªme oÃ¹ leur Seigneur a Ã©tÃ© crucifiÃ©. (Apocalypse 11:7-8)Symboliquement parlant, l'Egypte est une entitÃ© qui combat contre l'Eternel et contre ses oints. Il ne s'agit nullement de l'Egypte actuelle et de ses habitants, nous parlons bel et bien de l'Egypte antique et ce qu'elle symbolise. Je crois bien qu'ils ont choisi l'Egypte antique pour justement exprimer cette idÃ©e dans le clip, d'oÃ¹ l'image d'en dessous:
|Traduction : Memphis, Egypte. Il y a trÃ¨s trÃ¨s longtemps...|
|La femme et le Serpent : Une puissante rÃ©bellion.|
|Katy Perry dans les bras des dieux Ã©gyptiens|
Cette nuit-lÃ , je passerai dans le pays d'Ãgypte, et je frapperai tous les premiers-nÃ©s du pays d'Ãgypte, depuis les hommes jusqu'aux animaux, et j'exercerai des jugements contre tous les dieux de l'Ãgypte. Je suis l'Ãternel. (Exode 12:12)
L'Eternel des armÃ©es, le Dieu d'IsraÃ«l, dit: Voici, je vais chÃ¢tier Amon de No, Pharaon, l'Egypte, ses dieux et ses rois, Pharaon et ceux qui se confient en lui. (JÃ©rÃ©mie 46:25)Mais Katy Perry, elle, prÃ©fÃ¨re les utiliser comme esprits guides. Elle prÃ©fÃ¨re se confier en des dieux qui sont de loin infÃ©rieurs au Seul et Unique Vrai Dieu de l'univers, tout cela pour obtenir la gloire Ã©phÃ©mÃ¨re de ce monde. Les paroles de ce clip sont plutÃ´t explicites dans ce sens:
|L'oeil des illuminati, une fois de plus.|
|La pyramide : Symbole de lâimpÃ©rialisme lucifÃ©rien.|
|Les yeux sur les cheveux|
|Le dÃ©ploiement des ailes, tel un ange du ciel.|
C'est par la foi que MoÃ¯se, devenu grand, refusa d'Ãªtre appelÃ© fils de la fille de Pharaon, aimant mieux Ãªtre maltraitÃ© avec le peuple de Dieu que d'avoir pour un temps la jouissance du pÃ©chÃ©, regardant l'opprobre de Christ comme une richesse plus grande que les trÃ©sors de l'Egypte, car il avait les yeux fixÃ©s sur la rÃ©munÃ©ration. (Hebreux 11:24-26)
|Une immense Pyramide|
|Son acolyte qui sort du cercueil avec des serpents, tel un franc-maÃ§on initiÃ©.|
|Le fameux oeil une fois de plus|
|Katy Perry au sommet de la pyramide : Elle a atteint un haut niveau d'initiation magique|