Hi, my friends! How are you? Yes, it’s true. I have a day-in-the-life post coming at you. Without a doubt, this type of post, as well as “What I Ate Wednesday” posts, are the most requested posts. And even though I love to serve you, I don’t love doing these types of posts, so you don’t see them that often. But here I am doing one for you, and I hope you like it. This is from Thursday of last week. And as usual, we’re getting into specifics. Ready for it? Here we go …
We teach our children commitment, time management, and tenacity when we support them instead of letting them quit. Group of men in white shirt and red shorts running on a green field in the daytimeLeah Hetteberg/Unsplash.
FOX 5 New York
Tuesday, September 11, 2001. When friends and family have asked me over the years to recount for them that day and week I spent in D.C.—I was stranded in our nation’s capital because no commercial airlines were allowed to fly immediately after 9-11—I still struggle to fully describe what I saw and felt that day. It was unlike any other day of my life and I’m certain I’ll always feel that way. On 9/11, I was in Washington, D.C. with the late Clyde C. Holloway, former U.S. Congressman and Louisiana Public Service Commissioner. We were there to try to build support from members of Congress we knew for our campaign for Congress. The day began uneventfully. We had spent the night at a hotel in Crystal City, Virginia which is only a few hundred yards from the Pentagon. That day we woke, had coffee and Mr. Holloway left for the first meeting of the day while I stayed behind to organize. Sometime in the next 10-15 minutes or so, I heard a roar.
As you all know, i am a farm girl at heart which means that I can spend the whole day in one and not get bored. Which is why when I got the opportunity to visit Kakuzi PLC I was elated because it is simply an amazing place for someone who loves and enjoys being in the farm and everything agribusiness. So here are some titbits from the farm visit.
Daily Tar Heel
Sept. 22 could not come any quicker. I have never been one to stay up until midnight on their birthday. After my 16th birthday, when I could finally drive, my birthdays haven’t really been that eventful. But being young for my grade and the last in my friend group to turn 21, I have never anticipated a birthday more than this one. The big 21.
I had a boyfriend when we met, but I didn’t care. It was love at first sight. A couple shares a romantic moment on a park bench.Photo by Leighann Blackwood on Unsplash. As spring was heating into summer during my senior year of high school, I spotted a young man with fiery red hair while I was waiting for the city bus with my friend. I first saw him at the place where all the city buses converged downtown.
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