Aunt Bea's is a local late-night restaurant that decorates the mounted deer head in the monthly theme. This month, he is a Patriotic Deer - Uncle Buck. In recent months he has been a Leprechaun, Rabbit and Valentine's Cupid - among other characters.
It has always been amazing to me how the Texas Gulf Coast weather is so volatile. The Flickr slideshow of pictures on the WeatherBug live camera captures some wonderful shots. I want to put some of the highlights on this Flickr Badge, but visit the WeatherBug site to see other WeatherCams.
Yeah! Only took 20 minutes to get contacts in. Sure did need Dahlias help though. Could have gone bad w/o her.
por: RMaxT at 6/24/2008
I finally went the 'contact lens' route yesterday! I begin my 7 day trial and wait to see what the Opthomologist says next week. It's interesting to be looking around and see near and far without frames.
My problem is just that I have an aversion to sticking my finger in my eye. I know this will take a while to get this down. I think what I will do is put a hilarious video of me trying to get one of these contacts in my eye (instead of this obviously professional 'contact lens model')
Among the beautiful plants at my Mom and Dad's house is this healthy nopal plant. For those of you who may not be familiar with them, they are a succulent cactus that is edible, and a great breakfast complement with scrambled eggs and red chili powder (maybe a few onions cooked in there). [I'm getting hungry already]
Nursing Program/free tuition
If you know of anyone between 18-28 years old, interested in the Nursing field, the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) is offering FREE tuition, FREE books, a $250 monthly stipend, and guaranteed job placement as a nurse at Providence Hospital upon graduation (it's a 3 year program) with a starting salary of $40,000.
The program is recruiting new students now!! Please contact Ms. Beshon
Smith (202) 266-5481 or email Bsmith@urbanalliance..org
SEND TO SOMEONE WHETHER THEY CAN USE IT OR NOT. THEY JUST MIGHT KNOW SOMEONE WHO CAN!
This sounds logical to me.
While suturing a cut on the hand of a 75 year old Texas rancher, whose hand was caught in a gate while working cattle, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man. Eventually the topic got around to _(unseemly candidate)_ and his bid to be our President.
I've never been to Disney World (or the Epcott Center - my preference), but I saw this site (MousePlanet) and wanted to pass it on in case any one is going this summer. These are some awesome tips! I wish I would have had the AstroWorld version of this a few decades ago.
Let me know if you go, and if these tips help... also, send me a picture of you and Mickey!
It seems that one of my little pics just went public on the NowPublic story of the WWDC in San Francisco this week. The iPhone is slowly morphing to something that I think I would probably use... maybe the $199 version of it... all we had to do is wait.
I wanted to share a link to the Blog of a young lady who just graduated from the school where I work in Houston. Elizabeth has amazing drive (besides the e-chair). Nothing seems to slow her down, and she always wants to help someone and give them encouraging words. She has received great support for college and wants to study Journalism.
Thanks Larry, for encouraging me, even in the midst of your time of seperation and loss.
My friends,Several years ago my friend M.Crespo was able to present something like this to achieve a powerful impact with some young people. As I received this email, I realized that in written form it may be similarly useful in bringing focus to a team of individuals. I was able to glean a kernel of Truth from it for myself. I give you –