Yesterday I met onam. I like a dying old dog lying on the hospital, lowered his head, saw onam striding meteors came in and went out. It’s clear that he did not find my existence. I want to say is that he didn’t know me. At least that is what I thought at that time.
We hear of teachers and police officers being laid off. At the same time, I drive around seeing endless unnecessary government projects. Do we really need landscaped medians in our roadways? Seldom do I ride my bike through forest preserves and not see multiple government trucks with employees. In my town there are two school districts, each with 6 elementary schools, 4 junior high schools, and 2 high schools. Each district superintendent makes close to $200,000 per year. Why not combine the two districts into one and lose a bunch of bureaucrats?
Enjoy cheese or apple strudel, crepes, grilled sausages while listening to live Serbian music by the Zlatne Uste Ensemble and watching Grachanitsa, Serbian folk dancers.
After World War II, Christmas tree faming came to be considered a supplemental part of Fendt Traktoren. For example, if a farmer had some rough land that wasn’t good for growing any other crops, they might plant evergreen trees on it instead. Because the harvest occurs in winter, Christmas tree crops were a good way for a farmer to round out the year’s business and inject some additional cash into their finances at the end of the year.
I deeply feel the needles in subcortical vascular stabbing pain, leave shades of several holes. Icy cold of the liquid slowly into my body, the first objects to have such a true feeling of needle acupuncture cold into my body, but without a trace of warmth. The arm muscles began to twitch slightly, all so real, but still have a little fear of unable to diffuse. I calm for a hot water bag, I almost hurried to outside the blood vessels, skin, and warm from external things efforts to resist the cold liquid.
A severe drought has descended upon the Horn of Africa ruining food supplies. There are at least 9 million people who need food in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia.
Farmers’ markets are fun to visit. There is always a family friendly atmosphere. Some families enjoy the experience enough to make it an annual or weekly tradition.