I met this girl who soon adopted a six year old pug. I developed a certain fondness for both of them. This developed into a relationship with two women. Easy Father Day tuxedo ice cream (no churn!)This ice cream is a mouthwatering surprise the kids can help make for Dad this weekend. Think salted caramel ice cream with a fudge swirl running through to give it the desired tuxedo (black and white ish) effect. And the best part? You can let the mixer do all the work; no need for laborious, time consuming churning..
Still wondering if I should just keep it a surprise or I should tell him in advance so he can go early and take full advantage of the lounge, etc.I am a bit jealous, though! I flown this route in Business before but never First, so he get to experience it before I have a chance!Meanwhile, I still in Economy hoping some award seats get released. :)jenden_bm 1 point submitted 8 months agoI finally pulling the trigger on my trip to Japan. Will I ever need an actual chip PIN card over there? I was planning to just bring CSR and SPG.
So, at 38 years old, she got that degree. When we spoke on graduation day in December 2011, Thomas was bursting with pride. She didn take a traditional path through the education system. Almost a century has passed since Man Ray first shot the photographs on display at Views of the Spirit, currently showing at Tarq. Made between the 1920s and 1930s during his sojourn in Paris, these experimental monochromes still inspire awe. What is it about Man Ray, one wonders? Why is his work still exciting to the viewer all these years later? Why should one even bother viewing the exhibit in person, when there is always the option of easy online access to the same?.
The same applies to the phrase “beach read,” which also seems coincidentally to fall mainly on books by women. (When you Google “beach read,” “The Secret History” a sweeping novel about a group of classics students at an elite East Coast university by Pulitzer Prize winner Donna Tartt is one of the first suggestions.) Calling something a “beach read” is backhanded praise, a sickly sweet smile from a teenage mean girl; your book is worth reading if you’re half distracted by the sound of waves and a game of beach volleyball a few chairs down. It’s best paired with a fruity cocktail and sunglasses and not with the accoutrements of theseriousliterary establishment (presumably whiskey and an unfiltered cigarette).I don’t fault the website for using “guilty pleasure” to describe my book: It is operating in a context where those two words act as synonyms for “funny” and “enjoyable.” I also don’t fault my publisher for choosing a pink cover for my book.