Coming here is like coming home. I miss such a friendly environment with such stable friends. When things are in a whirlwind where I am at, I can come here and find a sense of peace. I've definitely done some growing up here.
I approach my second semester of my second year of college. I am both eager and apprehensive as to what this semester might hold. Outside of a impressive amount of music classes, after all I am a music major here at the community college, I am taking
Peace be on you. The development requires keeping passions alive for aim and guarding the promises made for that. When it comes to those who choose to have aim to make peace in the world by reminding humanity that they need to pay rights of God and they need to pay rights of fellow human. They practice first what they tell others and they carry vigor to serve humanity.
The essentials of the subject are described in Holy Quran with examples of :
1- A mother-to-be
Updated 01-21-2013 at 10:28 AM by YALASH
Saturday night was the opening for my art show in the gallery, and I have to say it was a fun experience, and quite exciting of course. Being that I have never done anything like this before, I had no idea what to expect really and I was rather surprised by what a good group of people there were there.
There was a lot of people, and while usually that does not bode well for me, being that I rarely attend social events and generally don't like being where there are a lot of people,
...you're 60 today....was the opening line of the birthday song I made up for mum. Nothing fancy, I made it up on the spot before we went to bed and spontaneously sung it when I presented her with her cake.
She got a few birthday cards, quite nice ones in fact. Napoleon popped her birthday card and gift card through the letterbox either today or yesterday, not quite sure when now. It seems he didn't come in. Not quite sure why. He still has post that
Earl Weaver was the manager of the baseball team the Baltimore Orioles when I was a boy, my favorite sports team. He managed from 1968 to 1982, and then briefly again in 1985 to 1986. My earliest baseball memories probably date to 1970 when I was eight years old, and by 1982, when he really retired, I was 20. I canít tell you enough how I loved that team over those years. My childhood was wrapped up with them, and Earl Weaver was probably the most important reason why they were great over those