Late last night, again on WeChat, someone made me aware that the issue had been cross posted to RepLadies. I read quickly through the post (at midnight, on my phone, in bed), trying to understand if OP had been affected and needed help/wanted to talk. Her post made it sound like it happened to her, but then in comments she said it didn so it wasn clear..
Tulip magnolias have already dropped many of their purple petals. Apricot trees are saturated in pink. Bradford pear trees around town are as bright as snow with millions of tiny white flowers. Blackberries are low in calories and high in nutrition, so they’re an excellent part of any weight loss strategy. One cup of fresh blackberries has just 62 calories and provides 30.2 milligrams of vitamin C. A cup of blackberries also has 7.6 grams of fiber, which helps induce feelings of satiety so you don’t get hungry again right after eating.
She considered the ‘sober colour’, loved the feel of soft cotton and justifying the zari border as ‘acceptable’ because it was a function, decided to wear it. That evening, when she returned home, her opening sentence to me was ‘teri saree ab gayee’ / ‘your saree has now gone’. She would break into Hindi every once in a while when she was in a light mood.
Strange things happen to the couple, not the least of which is a slave ship appearing over their heads. As Ben wanders, he runs into a mysterious jogger in a sports bra who knows a lot about him. Adrian is a cutter who refuses to talk about her past and the pain of seeing her mother drown.
By Ray BennettLONDON (Hollywood Reporter) David Edgar has trimmed his nine hour 1982 Tony Award winning play based on Charles Dickens Life and Adventures of to two easily digested parts, but they should please audiences just as much.Revived for the Chichester Theatre Festival and headed to Toronto in February, the production has lost scenes and many of the musical numbers from the original but is no less entertaining.A supremely talented cast of 27, several playing multiple roles, has as much fun as the audience in recreating the tale of a young man trying to make his way in the world in the often cold and pitiless 19th century England.As Tony winner Trevor Nunn did in the original, directors Jonathan Church and Philip Franks create a great whirling epic with swift moving sequences sped along by characters narrating their episodes before entering a scene.Simon Higlett atmospheric design is aided greatly by Mark Jonathan lighting and Matt McKenzie sound so that clarity is never lost even when characters speak across each other in overlapping dialogue.The players enthusiasm matches their skill in creating an entertainment that establishes the cruelty of the period while retaining an optimism untarnished by over sentimentality.The familiar Dickens yarn follows young Nicholas (Daniel Weyman) as he steps up to take responsibility for his family after the death of his impoverished father. His sister, Kate (Hannah Yelland), and their mother turn to unscrupulous but wealthy uncle Ralph Nickleby (David Yelland) for help, but he sends the boy up north to work in a squalid school for foundlings while forcing the girl to take work with a seamstress.Nicholas encounters a nasty operation in place at the school and more or less adopts a damaged young man named Smike (David Dawson). Rebelling against the cruelty of schoolmaster Mr.