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Posted on 01/29/2011 4:55:55 AM PST by lysie
Unrest continues in Egypt. The government has shutdown the internet and mobile telephone service. Perhaps that is why Obama hasn't contacted Egypt's President Mubarak. He couldn't get through. /S
Here we go. Another weekend.
lysie hope you had a fun night, and Jemian, you are better...
The Country to Watch Esquire Mag on Egypt
Thank you for the links and your good wishes. Yes, I am somewhat better, but not quite over it. I’m still not sure if I have a cold or if it is allergies. The temps today are going into the 70s and I will move outdoors. I seem somewhat better outside. That makes me think allergies. But I’ve been running a very slight fever at times so that makes me think cold. So, I’m treating the symptoms.
As I said, I’m moving outside when it gets warmer.
Good morning! I am sorry that things with your mom are strained. That’s sad. I hope you are able to take your frustrations out on the innocent little pheasants and cute tasty deer. If you bag more than you can consume, let me know and I will help you dispose of it.
Safe travels back to your home.
Thank you for the lemon/orange sherbet sunrise.
I just dried my hair.
I think I have figured out the problem. I bought some hair mousse Monday night which I haven’t bought in a long time. The problem started on Wednesday. I noticed last night that if my hair was pulled back the situation got better. Well, as I was brushing the hair after drying it, eyes began itching and running again. Sneezed several times. So, instead of leaving it down as I had planned, I now have it pulled back and pinned up.
The problem is clearing up. I’ll wash my hair again in the AM and not use mousse.
Kinda disappointed because I really like the loft the mousse gives my hair.
GOOD MORNING!!! Am having hard time getting my motor started, some reason overslept.
MAY GOD BE WITH ALL TRUE PATRIOTS AND MILITARY PERSONNEL WITH A GOOD HEART TOWARD HIM AND OTHERS.
Yes, it was so refreshing. I’d been sipping coffee on our dark patio, daylight happened and it did not compare to your sunrise.
Oh, the warmth and glory of a sunrise! Even if the colors aren’t that vibrant, just the advent of the light heralds a bright new day full of promise and expectations.
I thought you all might like to see Dr. Michael Youssef’s thoughts on Egypt. He is an Atlanta pastor - born in Egypt and has many contacts there...
Thank you for the link. I have heard Michael Youssef before and think he’s a very good teacher.
Thank you for that link. Sometimes I wonder, though, is it the Obama adminstration naivet or intent.
I have been trying to get things done while fighting this cold, which has really knocked me down! I still haven't gotten the chimney back up! I have selected the location for the wall furnace in the shop, but I haven't cleared the area for installation. I am going to hit the rack early this evening and hope to heal.
Jack now has his two breeding pair of Cockatiels for his Senior Project. Also, he has been accepted into the local community college for next year. It will be better for him to get some college experience and maturity before going on to a four-year school...hopefully Hillsdale College.
Good to hear about Jack. I think of him often. He is a fine young man. You are raising him well.