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The rail style peg with seven EDPM rubber pads, pivots out of the way when not in use. bigbikeparts. Viime kesänä minulla oli pieni indigon käymiskyyppiastia kompostissa. Ensi kesänä täytyy aloittaa käymisastian kanssa jo alkukesästä, jolloin komposti on vajaampi, tai sitten tehdä kunnon iso komposti. Tein käymiskyypin samoin kuin täällä, eli indigo-kidesooda-krappi-lese- yhdistelmällä. Yllä olevassa kuvassa näkyy miltä liemi näytti ensimmäisen päivän jälkeen ja alla olevassa kuvassa kolmantena päivänä, jolloin se oli jo pelkistynyt kivasti ja sillä pystyi värjäämään. Värjäsin liemellä joka toinen päivä, ja annoin liemen levätä ja pelkistyä välipäivät. So also my indigo vat cooled too much, and stopped working. I did the fermentation vat like here, it was indigo-madder-bran vat. In the picture above is how it looked after day one and below how it looked on day three, when I was already ready for the first yarns. Researchers found what they believe might be bigfoot hair. Bigfooter Ryan finds one of the strangest tree formations we've ever seen, in a new area he has never had the chance to check out before. Watch: You wouldn't have guessed it Here are some fascinating stories from MuldersWorld. Will be creamy wedding white with same color leatherette seats. dreamhorsecarriage.
"Sometimes sharing truth can be called fault-finding.In the light of God's Word, we are called to hold people accountable to the Word of God as believers. The church today has gone too soft on living for God. " Thank you for the reminder. I agree. It is true that people could be called faultfinders when in fact they are confronting a brother biblically. It is also true that a person could be a faultfinder in the bad sense and justify himself that his is only holding Christians accountable to the Word of God. Brothers, if someone is caught in a sin, you who are spiritual should restore him gently. But watch yourself, or you also may be tempted. Yesterday I posted about the Live Animal Christmas Play. Today I am giving y'all a little peak into the "behind the scenes" of what REALLY happens to make the show happen. We had the greatest crew of ladies you could imagine who did hair and makeup for ALL of the actors. Allison worked on this crew again this year, doing several of the Swiss ladies' hairstyles. We also had animal rooms, and a costume room, and dressing rooms, and eating rooms, and hangout rooms, and nooks and corners everywhere between. Sitting in line waiting for my makeup. which meant fun times hanging out with this cutie pie! Almost ready to go! Liz getting her makeup done. "A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as a beloved and prolific actor and filmmaker. Bill's passion for the arts was felt by all who knew him, and his warmth and tireless energy were undeniable. We ask to please respect the family's wish for privacy as they mourn the loss of their adored husband and father. Spent much of the morning at Seckar Wood before a walk round the lake to do my WeBS count. This is what happens when policy is done by photo op. S.
Peak year of U.S. Calm and bright day. Fairly steady today. The great crested grebe is still around and still alone. Alice was raped by her boss when she was young and impressionable. Sonja is being physically abused by her older husband on a pretty consistent basis and close to the very end it is revealed that Sonja's husband is Zoe's father. And he has "volunteered" his services as a psychiatrist at Zoe's high school. Kate struggles with infertility and the friendship she developed with Zoe helps them both. Sadly, Alice's cancer turns terminal and she chooses Kate to parent Zoe after her death. I am making absolutely no headway lately on the ongoing projects. It doesn't help that I flit from one project to the next…or dream up new things I want to try. I am real good at adding projects…several too many have been added. Then there are projects I didn't put on the list …like taxes. February is almost over and it is discouraging that I am not able to cross some things off my list…and this next week is real busy with dental appointments and a medical procedure for Far Guy. The solar lights are beginning to emerge from the snowbanks. Next summer I should put another coat of glitter on my bowling ball…it has faded in the sun…but that is a summer project. It looks like glacial ice…a beautiful blue color! It has turned colder here, and it snowed again yesterday…but not enough to shovel…which made me REAL happy. I am thankful it snowed instead of raining. This winter has had it's share of rain and ice far more than any other year I can remember.
I finally finished up my ongoing greeting card project for now.I did not count. I made a list of what photos I am out of and some ideas for new photos for future cards. I would never remember what I needed… hence the list. .