First of all, Good night everyone on steemit. I sincerely hope that you all be fine. This I bring today is another of so many drawing flowers that I usually post on my blog, but this is that one that most melancholy has, I would like to say more about it but this is not something that you describe with words, so that I hope you are interested in seeing this post. This will be my last drawing of flowers in a few months. That's all for today, until a next post bye bye.
Antes que nada, Buenas noches a todos en steemit, espero de corazon que todos ustedes se encuentren bien!... Esto que les traigo aqui es otra de tantos dibujos de flores
I'm sorry, please forgive!
I couldn't in the arms of destiny
Hide your soul crying
Single, like daisies in the field.
I'm sorry, please!
We did not smile love
Born in the abyss of emptiness.
Ran away from us last night...
Please forgive me! Please, forget it!
I was my fault.
And life loses some of the essence –
And give up don't!
Please, I do not reproach!
Love was not perfect.
We drank as tea.
And only grey ikebana
The smell brings memories...
I thank you for everything...
Mientras me dirigía al aeropuerto para viajar por motivo de mis vacaciones, al entrar al avión empecé a sentir un poco de nervios y recordé una conmovida historia real sucedida en la década de los años 80 que me asombro mucho y que he querido compartir con ustedes.
Esta es la trágica historia de la doctora Raiza Josefina Ruiz Guevara, la única sobreviviente de un accidente aéreo donde se llevó a cabo la supervivencia en circunstancias extremas.
Decretada muerta el 1 de septiembre de 1981. Al séptimo día del mes, unos niños de la tribu Baré que se encontraban jugando en el medio de la selva notan algo extraño: era el cuerpo de Raiza que se encontraba inconsciente en el suelo, presentaba problemas de deshidratación, estaba hinchada , y con graves quemaduras y gusanos alrededor de todo su cuerpo.
**Sobrevivió Tras ser rescatada por una pequeña comunidad indígena y recibir ayuda especi
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said the author in a telephone interview this evening.
The word 'spirit' itself means 'breath.' Every breath we take sustains our spirit, our very life. We are at our most vulnerable during sleep. If we are prevented from breathing then, we are at great risk.
We asked Palmer what brought the problem of sleep apnea to his attention. He exp
Well this is an easy one. Never let anyone tell you that your desired wine is not good enough. Remember that not everyone's palate is the same. Some people crave sweet, while other's prefer bold and sometimes bitter and even sour. Personally, I'm more of a bold and bitter kinda guy. Today I chose 2014 Freakshow Red Blend by Michael David Winery in Lodi, Ca. It is a heavy red blend that is very Cabernet forward. We'll save the tasting notes for later in the post.
These are photographs taken at 1000 meters in the so-called
grutas de garcia and the
Cola de Caballo waterfall
Camera: Sony CyberShot
Alot of things in life come down to time vs. money. This week I have family visiting and trying to entertain while keeping most of my schedule intact is trying at times. It's at these times I realize the dynamic of time vs. money.
Let me give a very basic example from my day.....
Today I did some running around shopping, buying groceries and other items needed to host dinner at my place for some friends and family. Being a single guy I just don't have alot of the typical dinner ware and serving dishes used when hosting dinner for a group of people.
After being at the second, and ideally last store for the day I realized there were items I needed to make dinner somewhat presentable. Items I knew I could get at a budget friendly store rather than where I was.
Do I go to yet another store up the road for these items or overpay for them at the sto
Mi época de infancia fueron en los 2000, me gustaba mucho Cartoon Network (incluso más que Disney). Considero que las caricaturas de aquella época son mucho mejores que las de ahorita, me basta con sólo ver de 2 a 5 min de una para decir que no se comparan con las antiguas (en mi opinión).
Este es el TOP de las 10 mejores caricaturas que vi en mi infancia:
N° 10 Pokemón
Me gustaba pero no me fascinaba, me divertía la canción (el opening) y Pikachu me parecía muy adorable. De hecho, tengo un peluche de el, jaja.
N° 9 Johnny Bravo
Este pobre hombre lo único que quería era una novia y terminaba siendo golpeado por todas a las que se le acercaba, me causaba mucha risa, ja
Jet and Willow awaited my arrival to tiny Glenn General Hospital seated in Jet's Beemer. When Wiley and I pulled into the parking lot on the way to the ER entrance, I saw them both emerge and come toward the truck. Jet trotted in heels, Willow strode briskly behind in her Birks.
Jet opened the passenger side door before I could. She gasped, “Sweet Jesus, Kay... next time listen to me!”
“There won't be a next time.”
Jet rolled her eyes. “Sure, you say that now.”
Willow nudged Jet aside and reached into the cab to clasp me in a huge hug. After pulling away and getting an eyeful, she blurted, “Oh, Kaylis, you are a mess!”
“I'm a mess that hurts. Whoever said car accidents tickle need to be slapped.”
Wiley had gone inside and located an orderly with a wheelchair while estrogen overflowed his green Chevy work truck. I took a look at his co
Join us On the Objective as Steven Menking of The Amateur Society and Pastor Mike Spaulding of Soaring Eagle Radio discuss the spiritual significance of this moment in history and what the church must do to bring glory to the Name of the Lord right here and right now. Be encouraged and exhorted by this conversation of pressing issues and most importantly by the presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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I often live day by day and don't take the time to truly think about the future. However, sitting with my wife today over some wine at one of our favorite local vineyards we started talking about our goals and where we want to be in a few years.
Thus, the question came up
what is your number one goal this year? I'm not sure that I only have one major goal for this year. I think like many of us we have many goals that we would like to accomplish in the short and long term. I, myself have many short and long-term goals.
My first goal is to pass my CTEL exams. I'm new to teaching in California so some of my credentials did not transfer over from Texas. Thus, I have to retake the test that is very similar to ones that I have taken already. This doesn't stop me from studying hard because the last thing I want to do is fail this test and lose out on time being a teacher.
CTEL is comprised
Lucky enough to catch a beautiful sunset this past Friday.
Here's a few pictures from our day trip up to Johnson's Shut-ins state part an hour or two north of home.
The Shutin-ins are located nearby Elephant Rocks State park, which i would like to take a short trip to soon!
Covered in Hiking trails, camping and 1.4 billion years of geologic history it's a wonderful place to explore!
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I think these cybersecurity awareness posters are absolutely genius! We often focus only on the technical aspects of security and neglect one of the most important factors: the human element. Training workers is a vital link in the chain of security.
People and technology must work together to maintain a strong defense from cyber-attacks. Modern day pirates, sans the parrots and peg legs, are also using sophisticated techniques to track potential shipping targets and understanding what is on their manifest. This aids them in locating where to intercept the vessel and going right to where the best loot is after boarding a ship on the high seas.
The team over at Be Cyber Aware at Sea (<a href="http://www.becy
Sorry guys, I have not much to say, just watch the video...
Life is about enjoying the little things.
I hope you guys liked it. Have a fantastic night.
See you in my next post....😘👄
I used to have a friend by the name of Antwan. He was born in Paris, but in an American family – his dad worked there. Naturally, he was fluent in both English and French and spent half of his time in the US and a half in France. Once, after a long period dwelling in San Diego, he was riding in Paris' metro and gave a friendly smile to a cute girl sitting across from him. In response she gave him nasty "are you an idiot or something" grimace, letting him know that he is not in the Old world.
Indeed, to an immigrant, it is not very clear how you can smile on the spot, without anything funny being said or done. Certainly, I've been explained that in the US smile is simply a social default.
Is American smile sincere or not? It a
When it was announced that rupees 500 and 1000 currency notes would not be the legal tender from 9th November the whole Nation was in awe. This step had been taken to stop illegal activities such as corruption, smuggling, raising funds for terrorist activities and all other nonsense and hence the secrecy about the step had been maintained by the government this secret when unfolded on the night of 9th November 2016, brought along a mixture of emotions.
All the people accept those who are indulged in malpractices welcomed the move. The later looked on for new ways to keep on the work which was smashed by the government.
Not to forget, questions were also raised against this move. These questions were not only raised by the opposition who want to the government to rollback the decision but also by the common people who had to stand in long queues to get the old currency excha
Whether small or large,
In everything, it fits!
It exists in a baby's smile
It exists in a thing so fragile
It exists in a second or a while
It exists in every life's style!
It exists in a blink of an eye
It exists in all those meaningful cries
To the closest extremes of the skies
It exists in all those highs
It exists in a flower that blossoms
It exists in a bird that fly
It exists in an insect that crawls
It exists in a drop of water that falls.
Life comes in all colors
It has all shapes and sizes
Welcome life and never complain
As, it's short and can be never regained.