I made a gain when I told them that the guitar was tradition, that Garcia used to do it that way, but I lost all that ground when somebody in the Taste Department decided that a real guitar would look too much like the Roxy, and for a day it was off again. Then I got Wurlitzer to help me out. They sent down an instrument that was a beauty.
In 1955 he returned to Dixie College to be the Biology Department Head and continued his teaching career in the biological sciences. While at Dixie he served as Dean of Students from 1958 to 1964, Registrar two years and Acting President between Pres. Bruhn and Pres.
The day in 2005, after ousting the Gujjars, when they came with their surveying things I had a chat with the sub engineer on site. I asked if there was any way he could save the three pipal trees. The young man looked at me as if I was either joking or was off my rocker.
While not exactly a Halloween book, Simon Philip and illustrator Kate Hindley’s charming “You Must Bring a Hat!” is a book about a dress up party, which is just about as good. The story opens with the narrator receiving an invitation for the “Biggest, Bestest Hattiest Party of All Time” and follows him as he attempts to adhere to the increasingly silly party rules such as, “Under no circumstances is a tutu to be worn without the supervision of an accompanying penguin.” The book has a little of the Dr. Seuss classic “And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street” in it, with wonderful goofiness building on more goofiness, but it’s really Hindley’s bright illustrations that make this delightful book sing.
I lost count since I started shooting photos at eight years old with a Polaroid Land Camera (which I still own). It a way of life this photojournalism thing which is endlessly fascinating. The trip along the way, now in my 31st year professionally and the last 25 with the Press Democrat, has been an adventure in life.
Stirred in the Spaetzle; boiled uncovered, for about 27 minutes (until tender). Drained it and set aside. Then melted 2 tablespoons of Blue Bonnet Light Butter over medium heat. Responding to my objection that code enforcement is mostly complaint driven, the inspector replied that citations mainly result from routine drive by surveys. When I pointed out that a property only a block away from my property had poison ivy tumbling into the road and porcelain berry and other invasive vines growing all over the chainlink fence and it barbed wire top, the inspector replied: if you want something done about it, you should file a complaint. Do we have such codes in the first place? It is not to keep up an aesthetic standard in neighborhoods, as you might have thought; it is, according to the code itself, only to address health and public safety threats.