|Seems Chicagoans are becoming quite familiar with coyotes.|
"It doesn't concern me. I'm not afraid of them," a resident told us. "I'm personally just not worried about it."Experts.
"Unless you got cheeseburgers in your pocket or something you should be okay," another man said.
"I can't fathom the idea of going to the mall and just thinking that under that coat over there, or in that purse, there might be a weapon," said Ald. Ricardo Munoz of the 22nd Ward. [IN CHICAGO] "We cannot allow concealed carry to be the law of the land."I bet he could if there was a coyote in the mall.
|Freedom to homeschool|
A child must be educated in a “legitimate home instruction program” which is one that is not operated for the “purpose of avoiding or circumventing the compulsory attendance law.” Miss. Code Ann. § 37-13-91(3)(c).
“It is not the intention of this section to impair the primary right and the obligation of the parent ... to choose the proper education and training” for their children, and nothing in this section shall be construed to grant the State of Mississippi “authority to control, manage or supervise” the private education of children. “And this section shall never be construed so as to grant, by implication or otherwise, any right or authority to any state agency or other entity to control, manage, supervise, provide for or affect the operation, management, program, curriculum, admissions policy or discipline of any such school or home instruction program.” Miss. Code Ann. § 37-13-91(9).
|I'd do it myself.|
|Unfortunately, I'm rather busy today.|
|Around Which Our Lives Revolve.|
|Terribly tacky gift boxes sized just right for a bottle of Maker's Mark!|
|It was very cheerful, if a bit odd.|
|a bit chilly but beautiful.|
|there's some shootin' goin' on.|
|and I don't think I did too badly at 7', having never shot his new sidearm before and having no particular love for semi-automatics.|
|But do I want one?|
|21-13 at half time|
|Sauce for pre-assembled vegan green bean casserole|
|and a couple of pies were planned for Wednesday.|
|and after dinner.|
|I've learned to put the cranberries between dressings so as to avoid pink mashed potatoes.|
|the turkey carcass is simmering away.|
|when you start calling the day after Thanksgiving "Black Friday?"|
|and I doubt they really looked like this. (Courier and Ives)|
Now the original settlers were afraid that their corn, when it was ripe, would have to be shared with the new-comers, and that the provisions which the latter had brought over with them would give out before the year was over-- which indeed they did. So they went to the Governor and begged him that as it had been agreed that they should sow their own corn for their own use, and accordingly they had taken great pains about it, they might be left to enjoy it. They would rather do that than have a bit of the food just come in the ship. They would wait till harvest for their own and let the newcomers enjoy what they brought; they would have none of it except by bargain or exchange. Their request was granted them and it satisfied both sides; for the new-comers were much afraid the hungry settlers would eat up the provisions they had brought, and then they would fall into like conditions of want.William Bradford in Of Plymouth Colony, Chapter IV: 1623. [my emphasis]
|11:20 Central, I arrive to pick C up.|
|11:20 Central, I'm waiting for C.|
|4:25 Central, we're in Gordo Alabama, heading west.|
|8:45 Central, The Pack is Back.|
|I've been looking at some numbers,|
|calculating drive times, ETAs, & cetera,|
|Cassoulet: a BIG FOOD FAVORITE|
Haute cuisine versions require mixing pre-cooked roasted meats with beans that have been simmered separately with aromatic vegetables, but this runs counter to cassoulet's peasant origins.I'd say!
... Harvest time had come now, and then instead of famine, God gave them plenty, and the face of things was changed, to the rejoicing of the hearts of many for which they blessed God. And the effect of their particular planting was well seen, for all had, one way or another, pretty well to bring the year about, and some of the abler and more industrious had to spare, and sell to others-- in fact, no general want of famine has been among them since, to this day.William Bradford in Of Plymouth Colony, Chapter IV: 1623. [my emphasis]
|Wonder what captured Rocky's attention?|
|While Rocky's attention was otherwise focused, I thought a game of hide-and-seek would be fun.|
|I hid near the falling down sheep shack.|
|Rocky tracked me down,|
|and after a bit of exploration, we were on our way.|