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the stupidity of som

the stupidity of some beomce the problems of all´╗┐ sorry to say it but all special needs people should be put down quit bleeding healthy people of resources :D:D survival of the fittest also i dont care if you think im insensitive boo hoo for you by Niki posted on Friday, February 28, 2014

Great read! I'm hom

Great read! I'm home schooling the kids 2 days per week and have wkroed hard at making them figure it out on their own. Love the point about empowerment so true! I'm glad to hear family is well! thinkin of all them today.. by Sabine posted on Friday, February 28, 2014

is going to be our w

is going to be our warmest day yet in a long time! Get odusite and visit the park, hike Sawnee Mountain, play catch or take a walk at the outdoor shops at The Avenues or the North Georgia Premium by Darren posted on Friday, February 28, 2014

You might put a cove

You might put a cover over your motorbike. I have had peceis break several´╗┐ times and the glue has not let me down yet.Thanks,Carl by Amira posted on Thursday, October 01, 2015

I wanted this mesasg

I wanted this mesasge to be private, but can't find a plain email address for you. I can't explain to you what this picture means to me. I live in a city that has a large area that has hiking trails and the memorial garden' has been kept like it was when Lincoln was President. I used to go there every spring and fall and admired the wildflowers, the trees, the lake and just being in a wilderness.' I wanted to go in winter on a day like you pictured, but just kept putting it off. There was always work. my kids, and the normal excuses. Then, in 1993 I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The trails are not handicapped accessible Now, 18 years later, I got to go hiking there on a day just like I'd always visualized. I've ridden down winter streets and admired the views so similar, but not the same. Thank you so much for taking me hiking. You've made a 66 year old woman very happy. (and gave me a good cry) I can't even begin to tell you how much I appreciate the picture. NOW, I'll go back and check out your website and other photography. by Irena posted on Thursday, October 01, 2015

Beautiful. Im in SNO

Beautiful. Im in SNOW country all the time and we have a tadcenny to forget whebn it is -40 just how pretty it can be. I like photos also but mine are Rodeo people and lots of horses. Just starting out, but love to take photos. My camera goes everywhere with me. by Hjonny posted on Thursday, October 01, 2015

This book, frankly,

This book, frankly, was a siusrrpe for me. I picked it up and agreed to review it mostly because I am a sucker for books about books and bookish people. What I didn't expect was that it would actually be so well written, solidly edited, funny, heart-warming, and informative.Wendy Welch and her Scottish husband, Jack Beck, bought a charming, huge Victorian home in the town of Big Stone Gap, Virginia, with the sole intent of transforming it into a used bookstore. Unfortunately, they had a couple of things working against them. Big Stone Gap is not exactly an area that welcomes strangers into its midst and its economically depressed state does not make it a prime zone in which to open a business. However, the Beck-Welch team was undaunted and Wendy, in her breezy, humorous style carries her readers through their many experiences as they built their inventory of books and friendships.Perhaps what sets this book above others of its kind is the added insight that Wendy gives into some of the lesser know aspects of owning a bookstore. I love the stories she tells about the more emotional aspects, such as those people who bring in book collections of those loved ones who have passed away, and what it is like to be the store owner who must on the one hand transact the business of divesting the bereaved of the books, but on the other hand be sensitive to the fact that this is a part of a loved one that the person is letting go of. There are many, many such personal stories in this book, each of them singular and touching and showing a different aspect of their lives not only as owners of the bookstore, but as members of their unique community. I mistakenly assumed that life in a small town bookstore would become routine and expected the book might get a bit soporific at times, but Wendy showed me that their life is full of rich relationships and lessons learned, and I enjoyed the chance to experience Big Stone Gap and their book store right along side them.Wendy and her husband also use their bookstore to host many other types of activities that enriched their community, and her sharing these events adds a good deal of interest to the book. In addition, Jack and Wendy went on a tour of other indie bookstores, the narrative of which makes for some good reading. Finally, she shares lots of reviews of her favorite books to recommend, as you might expect from someone who spends her days surrounded by and selling books.This is a solid read about a couple with a dream, how their marriage weathers the making of their business, life in a small town, friendship, selling books, and a few life lessons learned along the way. Wendy's lovely writing will touch your heart and your funny bone in turns, making this a read for many moods. I definitely recommend this one. by Ibra posted on Thursday, October 01, 2015

If you're a biblioph

If you're a bibliophile you most liekly thought about it yourself. Your very own bookstore. In The Little Bookstore Of Big Stone Gap Wendy Welch and her husband make that dream come true. In a spur of the moment decision they buy an old Edwardian home to open their own used bookstore. Of course it's a long way from a dream to a working business, especially if you have no business plan.This is a quaint and wholesome story about a small town bookstore and its people. Putting their hearts, as much as part of their personal library onto those empty shelves, this venture proved to be a real page turner for me. Yet I'll be the first to admit that you should love books, otherwise this book might not captivate you as much as it pulled me in.Both warmhearted and fun Wendy sure managed to put a smile on my face from the first page on. Not only can you feel the love for books between the lines, she is also a wonderful writer, not just bringing her experiences and observations to paper, but making them come alive in the reader's mind. I could literally see myself browsing those shelves, catching glimpses of the cats (and dogs) of the house, and mingling with the regulars. I'm in love with this place already!Too bad the book doesn't include pictures of the shop which would have really rounded off the picture.In short: A bookishly charming memoir!Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the NetGalley book review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. by Kubat posted on Thursday, October 01, 2015

Following their hear

Following their hearts, Wendy and Jack Welch leave life in the fast lane to move to small town Appalachia. With no idea how they were going to do it, they peroecd to buy an old house and open a bookstore. In this day of electronic books, computers and technology, against all odds, their little dream was becoming a reality.What follows is that the community embraces Wendy, Jack, their cats and dogs, and the little bookstore. This is a very special memoir about special people coming together as a community, epitomizing community spirit and faith.Wendy Welch writes with heart, soul, and humour. She not only loves books but is a wonderful storyteller, as well. This heartfelt book is for all bibliophiles, cat (and dog) lovers, dreamers and believers. by Hugo posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

First of all, Congra

First of all, Congratulations Mason! I can't tell you how much the stories of these young hrnteus tug at my heart strings,and make me proud to see each and every one! I too have an 11 yr old son that is just really starting to love this sport of archery. I have enjoyed archery for years but never actually began hunting until I was 26. I never knew what I had missed out on as a kid until then. My Parents were both raised in the city and in families that didn't hunt. After I got older,married and had kids of my own, I realized how hard it was to put meat on the table So I taught myself to hunt. Its been a rewarding experience and hobby,and one that I'm glad to pass on to my sons. I'm currently shooting a Mathews Drenalin, But My son has the Craze on the top of his Christmas wish list. Keep up the good work Mason! Hope to see more pics of your trophies soon! Happy Hunting! Always help to Protect that Right! Bill Collins: Certified NASP Instructor and NASP Volunteer by Zakaria posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

I love your chicken

I love your chicken and egg qusnoites:). I think I choose the colour range I want to use, then the flooring, then the wallpaper, then the furnishings and then the paint. There are 1000 s of paint colours to choose from so that's the easy bit.Interesting question about whether you have designed around a couch or a major piece of furniture. Yes I have sometimes successfully and sometimes the couch was just too dated and had to go. Pop this part of the question on the Decorating Forum and I will explain more:) by Anthony posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Congradulations, Mas

Congradulations, Mason !!!!!!Terrific shot !!! I, also, love these pics of kids getting their first deer witha bow ; I'm minsisg the bow season this fall, but, (Lord willing), will get aCraze bow over the winter !!!!! Besides that beautiful buck you just got, wouldn't it be a blast to try for a turkey from your blind, with your bow? I'm Very Proud of you, AND, of your dad, for passing on his passion of bowhunting to you. Proverbs 3:5,6. God Bless. Gary. by Aldi posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

PepsiLimeJanuary 27,

PepsiLimeJanuary 27, 2012 Home office funriture would be tax deductible, as long as you use it only for your business. If you bought a computer for use for the business, a desk to put the computer on, a lamp to shine light on the desk and the computer, a phone line for the computer to connect to the internet, these would all be deductible Home Office Furniture as long as you used them 100% for the business. If you did then 100% of what you paid for them is deductible as a business expense in the year you bought them. The only question is though, is your home office part of a Schedule C business? If so then you can list all the assets on Form 4562 and take section 179 depreciation on them. That will let you write them totally off in the year you bought them. If you have a home office as part of your job requirement, then you would still report the assets on Form 4562 and take section 179 depreciation, but the depreciation would flow through to Form 2106 Employee Business Expenses, which would in turn flow to Schedule A Itemized Deductions Miscellaneous Deductions, and would have to exceed 2% of your AGI for the excess to be deductible. by Ali posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

Presently I have use

Presently I have used Porcelain tiles for my bathroom, but I have a plan of redlneolimg my bathroom space and kitchen area. So I guess this Wood Flooring is a nice one to try. Because I am pretty impressed with the looks and information. by Bakugan posted on Friday, October 02, 2015

So pretty! I love t

So pretty! I love the blue vases and jars, it adds a nice pop of color! I see so many btueaiful images on your blog that I rarely, if ever, find any that I don't absolutely love! :)Thanks so much for sharing all of these lovely photos. by Dip posted on Saturday, November 14, 2015

Bryan: I love that a

Bryan: I love that area, and you did an impressive ciiucrt of much of the non-wilderness areas. I've been hiking in that area since the late 1970 s when we were pushing it for wilderness designation, had to settle for scenic area protection for the area you hiked but with the surrounding CNF wilderness (Sampson Mountain and an adjacent wilderness study area) and bear preserve lands in NC and the new Rocky purchase it's a wonderful and huge natural area, only problem is not enough trails and many of the existing trails aren't well maintained. My most recent trip there was on the Middle Spring Ridge Trail which goes all the way to the AT although the NG/Trails Illustrated maps don't show such (and btw, the trail numbers you used are the NG/Trails Illustrated numbers, the USFS has different numbers). The Middle Spring Ridge Trail has been recently maintained (by volunteers with SAWS, Southern Appalachian Wilderness Stewards). Will by Subhojit posted on Monday, December 21, 2015

Hey Will, just notic

Hey Will, just noticed your comenmt. Yes this is a beautiful area but it needs more trails and actually more backpackers. I've not done the Middle Spring Ridge Trail, but suspected that it continued up to the AT, although not shown on the NG Trail Illustrated map. Also the map numbers on the NG Trails Illustrated map that I have shows both their trail numbers and the USFS trail numbers, which can be very confusing. If you'll check your map again you'll see the trail numbers I listed at the end of the video are acutally the USFS trail numbers. Hope you're getting out and backpacking a lot.Bryan by Julius posted on Monday, December 21, 2015

Bryan: You're absolu

Bryan: You're absolutely right about tralis, and even more in the Sampson Mtn Wilderness and the proposed addition and the Rocky fork area. Not backpacking much in the winter but am going on a Sierra Club backpack to Grassy Ridge in the Highlands of Roan Feb 2-3, mainly just to prove we can still do winter backpacking, it is always cold up there it seems, camping in Grassy Ridge Gap, let me know if you're interested, Ron Shrives is leading the trip. Will by Dorita posted on Monday, December 21, 2015

Coal has to be and w

Coal has to be and will be mined. But the top of Blair Mountain needs to be preserved. Once coal is gone in this area we will only have truiosm left to sustain the area. I would love to see a state park or county park with picnic tables, shelters, historic trails, maybe even a zipline from the top of the mountain to the town of Blair. Being a lifelong resident I may be a little prejudiced to the area. Keep up the good work with the museum. by Yormmy posted on Monday, December 21, 2015

Ich find deine Colo

Ich find deine Colo super s├╝├č un dich finde die stehen den Twinklings um nichts gro├čartig nach.Im ├╝brigen auch hier noch mal liiiieeeeeeben Dank f├╝r deine Geburtstagspost. Auch wenn die perle verrutcht war, aber sieh es einfach als den Expressionismus des Postversandes ;)euskdd*lknutnch*Lg Michi by Luella posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017
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