Nov 1st 2010 8:27AM This is the policy of most schools these days. Some parents do not wanr their child's photo to end up on Facebook or on some other web page. Once a yearbook leaves a school, the school has no control as to what happens to the photos. Next time, Momma needs to read the form or just ask the teacher to clarify the statement.
Mar 6th 2010 11:55AM I could make this. All you would need would be the hard plastic (acrylic) bears, or what even you wanted the design to be. I do school carnivals. You could purchase enough acrylic items for $30 or $40. Then you would need a covered iron hoop, fishing line, a light bulb kit and LOTS of patience. I figure the whole thing would cost about $100. As for cleaning it, remove the electrical cord and bulb , and hang in a hot shower. Spray down with a cleaning agent to losen dirt. Just be really careful not to tangle it up. What a mess that would be. I just might try this on a smaller scale for my grandson's room using acrylic horses. Thanks for sharing this with myself and my fellow crafters. This presents a new challenge.
Feb 2nd 2010 8:31AM Waylon Arnold Jennings (June 15, 1937 – February 13, 2002) was an American country music singer and musician. A self-taught guitar player, he rose to prominence as a bass player for Buddy Holly following the break-up of The Crickets. Jennings escaped death in the February 3, 1959 plane crash that took the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson when he gave up his seat to Richardson who had been sick with the flu. Urban legend and Hollywood folklore have it that Jennings and The Big Bopper flipped a coin for the last seat on the plane, with Jennings losing. It was, in fact, Tommy Allsupwho flipped the coin for the fated plane trip.
.......AND NOW YOU KNOW THE REST OF THE STORY (SOURCE:WIKIPEDIA)
Oct 12th 2009 7:57AM When I returned to work soon after my mother passed away. people were amazed. What did they want me to do, stay inside with the curtains drawn and grive myself to death? Work takes your mind off of the constant thinking. It helps you make it a day at a time. Whether you are a cook, the President, or a coach; work helps. God bless this man.
Oct 10th 2009 10:29AM Shania is from Arizona! She moved to Canada after the death of her mother and step-father. Do you people ever check your sources?
Mar 11th 2009 9:51PM SHE IS AMAZING. I GO TO THE DOLLYWOOD THEME PARK EVERY YEAR (ACTUALLY SEVER TIME). AT TIMES, SHE WILL BE SURROUNDED BY SECURITY, BUT SHE NEVER FAILS TO TAKE TIME TO TALK AND GREET FANS PERSONALLY. IN ADDITION, WHE HQW PUT SO MUCH OF HER WEALTH INTO TH EDUATION OF THE CHILDREN OF TN. HER IMAGINATION LIBRARY IS AWSOME, AND HER GRADUATION BUDDY PROGRAM PROGRAM IS OUT OF SIGHT. MAYBE THE WHITE HOUSE SHOULD HATK NOTE OF HER METHODS. I LOVE HER, VOICE, BUT I LOVE HER HEART MORE. KEEP GOING DOLLY, MAYBE YOUR STILL BE BELTING THEM OUT A 100!
Jun 16th 2007 9:34PM I thought the ending was perfect. The tension was created to make us think Tony or another family member was going to be killed. However, I go back to the ending of the first season; remember the storm and Artie's? That season ended with the family, although not especially happy with one another at the time, together, eating their way through the storm. The final show has Meadow marrying into "the family." AJ has a job...sort of, and Carm's business is picking up. They are happy and prepared to face life, with or without Tony. I agree. The song at the end gives us all hope. Heck, if that family can weather the years and all they've been through, the rest of us should NEVR STOP BELIEVING! How I'm going to miss this show!
Feb 11th 2007 7:42AM I've been a teacher for 27 years. Trust me, kids have no place in players' rooms on the eve of the Super Bowl. I've followed Manning since his days at UT. (No, I'm not from TN) However, my daughter did attend UT basketball camps during her 7th and 8th grade years. Manning, being a UT football player at the time, was also on campus. What I saw was a fine young man who took the time to speak to the "kids" at camp. He ate with them at meal time and even swiped a few Frence fries from my daughter's plate one day. And for those of you that have lesser minds, no he wasn't flirting with the kids. He was being nice. If you've ever been in a hotel where there was a group of school children, you will remember the talking, the door slamming, and the (Lord help us!) giggling! Couple that with a few nagging wives, a mad girlfriend or two, a crying baby.......get the picture?