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“For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my heavenly Father. And so I say to you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of heaven. Through a revelation from the Father, Peter had confessed: "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God. " Our Lord then declared to him: "You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it. " Christ, the "living Stone", thus assures his Church, built on Peter, of victory over the powers of death. Because of the faith he confessed Peter will remain the unshakable rock of the Church. His mission will be to keep this faith from every lapse and to strengthen his brothers in it. There really is no place for Christ in many people’s Christianity. This kind of ‘Christianity’ is really about shadow glories of human knowledge and performance. It does not require the death to self that must always happen if love for Christ is going to reign in our hearts. I haven't been much interested in The Hunger Games and haven't read the books or seen the movie. HT: SF Signal. Having just returned from a week’s holiday in West Sussex, I’m now back to a backlog of modelling projects that I’m determined to clear. I’ve also received a rough edit of the new Model Rail DVD to view and plan the missing sections, for further filming in the next few weeks. Both days were full and each student seemed to go away very happy. This is what I was needing. The snowstorm last week notwithstanding. It's been good too, but there is one thing I've noticed. The other day I was in Quilts Etc. and I saw this cute Mother Goose fabric panel. They had a sample there using the panel to make a book. My little grandaughter Sophie LOVES books but of course is at that stage where she also wants to rip out the pages. so I thought this would be a great little project to make for her. I just cut out the pages from the panel and numbered which order they would be in. Back in January after a lot of experimentation I learned that I could achieve near normal blood sugars using Ultralente insulin. There was only one catch. They've stopped making it.
I found a couple pharmacies that still had a supply in their fridges and stocked up, figuring that since I only used a couple units a day, I could make the stash last for years.I tried everything to keep the stuff alive. I shook the vials very gently. I never reused a needle. It made no difference. Grammar, spelling, usage and mechanics will contribute to your grade. I am looking for analysis rather than just a summary of the article. If you address the prompts below, you will be answering in the way in which I am looking. A reenactment of a fatal car crash. Distracted driving and drunk driving are among the leading causes of deaths for teenagers in the U. S. The two-day event challenges juniors and seniors to think about the consequences of driving while distracted or impaired. It helps turn the “what ifs” into a stark reality. The side panel is also removable so you can take a look inside! On top of that, the rigging is incredibly detailed. The body, made of diecast metal, includes a detailed cab and perfectly replicated counterweights that add an immense amount of realism to the model. Fallen TreesMonkey looking into the dustbin for foods. A Water Rail called and a Green Sandpiper came in just after dark. Little Owl and Tawny Owl were also vocal. Before Bug-a-boo was born the only scrapbooking I did was of our travels. Those were theme books and pretty easy to figure out. But, what was I going to do about all of the "everyday" photos I was now taking of Bug-a-boo and our little family? That's where Photo Freedom and Library of Memories came in. I found the idea for this notebook in Photo Freedom and scraplifted the cover design from Narelle Jurss who was a contributer to the book as a scrapbooker who adopted the system. My notebook is one of my new favorite tools. I open with one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite movies. thesourpusslives. This has been a great week. I have checked off three more items on my To Do list for the move south.
Over a year ago, a portion of my back yard fence came down in a storm.I used the equivalent of chicken wire to fix the gap. It looked fine to me, but I think my neighbors and friends had a vague fear that I was going to introduce a flock of Rhode Island Reds to our very proper urban block.
I have mentioned my friend Bill before.
He gave me the name of a fellow who does great fence work.It looks great. At least, I no longer look like an aspiring Don Tyson. Here's the proof:I started this backpack a year ago as a demo for a sewing class I was teaching. I didn't bother to finish it because I didn't need a finished product to explain the techniques and I didn't really need a back pack. Well, now I do. Ever since my eldest started driving I've been without a car most afternoons. At first I thought this was ideal. If there was rumbling to that effect, I'd just shrug my shoulders and say," I'm sorry, but I didn't have the car today. " And, on the whole, I'm happy with my no-car-half-the-day situation. Stay safe. Everything hurts. This morning when I woke up my entirety ached. I am sore in places I didn't know could be sore - like the arches in both feet and the insides of my elbows. It's friggin' great! I'm still on my first cup of coffee, having slept in a considerable amount. Yesterday I was done with morning chores while the stars were still in the sky, but this AM I woke up to a gentle rain and gray daylight - thrilled to pull Friday closer and tuck into another round of sleep. I deserved it, dammit.
Yesterday I ran a half marathon like a mad woman.I have been running long distance all summer. Now a three mile run is a warm up. Rather than the consensus approach, I have espoused an approach that lays out the evidence for, the evidence against, and describes the uncertainties. The idea of scientific mediation goes one step further, in terms of having the opponents clarify why they disagree. ya know? and this girl and i - we did. and still do. i LOVE Gina. SO MUCH. she is pretty stinkin' easy to LOVE. take my word. we have supported one another in our business adventure. we have supported one another on a personal level. and we pretty much WISH we could have COFFEE on a daily basis. Monday was almost a rerun of Sunday’s birds except that I managed a few pictures today without resorting to beg, steal or borrow them. In the half light of Burned House Lane a Barn Owl flew across the car’s path, the owl illuminated in the headlights for a second or two until it veered off over the fields and left none the worse for dicing with death. Our local place names are mostly ancient and often very descriptive, but please don’t ask me the meaning of Scronkey, a hamlet near Pilling. In a tree next to the road at Cockerham was a Tawny Owl in exactly the same spot as Sunday morning. It’s just a stand of old trees and perhaps not where anyone might look for a Tawny Owl but as the owl flew back into the dark canopy I made a mental note of the exact location. It’s handy to know regular spots for regular birds which aren’t necessarily easy to see or photograph. This weeks challenge: "Chipboard challenge" – use chipboard on a card or project. Well the new smooch spritz makes covering chipboard easy peasy!We made a version of this card at my friend Bridget's workshop this weekend.
we tried the technique Poppin' Pastels! Every time I bring out my chalks I wonder why I don't use them more! So here's how its done: Stamp the medallion image in versamark ink.the using your sponge daubers apply the chalk in a circular motion to add the color to the image.
it should pop right away! my chalk colors are chocolate chip & rose red.I used the Smooch spritz in log cabin to color my chipboard letters. then I smooched spritzed the whole card in Vanilla Shimmer to give it a whole lot more sparkle. I lightly sponged the kraft cord button in soft suede and distressed and sponged the edges, So Pretty in real life!!!I think this is a close to "shabby" as I'll ever be. From the New York Times: Across the street from my apartment building in Washington there’s a gigantic supermarket and a CVS. Above the supermarket there had been a large empty space with floor-to-ceiling windows. The space was recently taken by a ballet school, so now when I step outside in the evenings I see dozens of dancers framed against the windows, doing their exercises — gracefully and often in unison. It can be arrestingly beautiful. The unexpected beauty exposes the limitations of the normal, banal streetscape I take for granted every day. By arousing the senses, beauty arouses thought and spirit. A person who has appreciated physical grace may have a finer sense of how to move with graciousness through the tribulations of life. you need to watch this, No, really - you need to watch this. new ad. Here's a pretty cool original Hap Jones waterslide decal! I really dig the seagull image!. Sulaymaniya in Iraq’s Kurdistan saw the largest demonstrations in the country at the beginning of the year. The Kurdish opposition eventually latched onto the activists’ demands, and is now holding discussions with the ruling parties about reforms. Some of the demonstrations have objected, saying that they should be meeting with the region’s leaders, because they represent the people and the Kurdish street. Several meetings between all the lists have occurred since then, but with no real progress. I am an amateur writer, actor and artist. I fiddle in free-verse poetry and photography. I find myself to be a bit of a philosopher though I hate philosophy. I also find myself sometimes being a bit of a politician even though I absolutely abhor politics. Hey there Paper Peeps! Ginny here to share a really festive and fun Christmas Greeting card I created with the fabulous trims from Really Reasonable Ribbon. This is the first Christmas card I have made in quite a while that does not have a vintage or retro image. but I was so inspired by the buffalo checked paper that I knew graphic pops of color would be a much better match. This Hounds Tooth Ribbon coordinates so well and is topped of with Ivory Burlap String and a simple painted jingle bell. Handcrafted poinsettia flower is layered with some Petaloo blooms and die cut leaves with the same red and black theme. These great little buttons and Spiral Stamens help to add detail to the corner. A few more die cut flowers here with additional tiny White Open Roses. Happy Thursday ya'll! My day here at Really Reasonable Ribbon. I have two projects for you today. A Valentine puppy tag. pure retro! I used Paradise Aqua seam binding along with lipstick red seam binding. I topped off my paper bow with the prettiest two tone cottage roses in blue. I love them!!! My other card is a "just because" card. scan copies of your identity card, school certificate, international passport and a copy of your passport size photograph. .