Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point.
A failure is not always a mistake. It may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.
“We accept the love we think we deserve.”
“Someone once told me that you can take the boy out of the war. But not the war out of the man.”
When I was taking legal courses in college a male student posed questions including these two: protecting anonymity and financial concerns such as child support.
No clear answer on either.
Christina Farr: She Found Her Biological Father On Ancestry And 23andMe
I did receive a call from Carolyn Blashek, thanking me for my donations of music cd’s, etc.
Operation Gratitude Wish List and you can request a care package! Know a service member deployed in harm’s way? Sign them up here and we will send a care package filled with 50+ items, wrapped with love & good wishes.
Ammonia ingredient might be a concern.
Itch-B-Gone by Moem in homehealth
Will research information on what Rep. Wilson has done to provide more funding, improve OCS work force and foster homes.
Elise Patkotak: Social workers can’t protect Alaska kids on shoestring budgets
Congratulations Maija Katak Lukin!
Yereth Rosen: Former Kotzebue mayor to head western Arctic national park units
What percentage of those in pubic office are under investigation, have been formally charged, convicted or sentenced for crimes?
Alex DeMarban: Convicted tax evader won’t vacate Skagway assembly seat, sparking a storm
Henricksen noted Henry still faces a hearing before the Alaska Public Offices Commission on Oct. 25 over a complaint alleging he falsified financial disclosure reports for four years.
Asserting that he lied on his APOC submissions and avoided income taxes, Henricksen asked, “Have you been honest with the Municipality of Skagway?”
In February, Henry signed a plea agreement that said he did not file individual income tax returns from 2004 to 2012. Henry agreed to pay $600,064.
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The Galactic Life: By the Numbers/Is Life Better In Reverse?
Alisa occasionally mutters something along the lines of, “this is the best of life”, or “I’m so happy”.
The sea is blue, we are completely on our own and glad for it, and the days go so fast that it’s hard to hold onto them.
Who could argue with her?