A collection of senseless ramblings about finding love at a rabies clinic, student drivers, talking alarm clocks, coffee crystal werewolves and blended families. Life in a small town can be a little bit of hell and an awful lot of heaven, especially if you happen to be lucky enough to belong to a family who doesn't have a firm grasp on reality. Take a lighthearted journey from one life lesson to another with a family on the far side of normal.
The author, who is a life long hunter. brings a humorous touch to the sport of hunting. Admittedly not a serious manifesto or guide to the killing of game this is rather the light hearted musings of an old man as he takes the reader along on his quest for small and big game. Anyone raised in a hunting family will find plenty to identify with in this everyman's excursion into friendship, family, hunting and humor.
A handy work of art and inspirational wisdom that focuses the Scriptures into a new vision of beauty as you engage with Harold Sweet's ingenious proverbs, poems, and acronym inventions that are meant to rightly define and magnify for today's Christian reader the overall meaning of the word being expressed. Whether you are a seeker, new believer, or seasoned saint, as you lay hold of this book, it will lay hold of you. Sweet is absolutely brilliant in finding and stating simple, concise, profound "hidden" truths that are easily remembered through scriptures, poems, and acronyms. Following are just two of many inventive acronyms that expound the truth of God: GOSPEL=God's Only Son Preached Everlasting Life and PRAY=Personally Reach Adonai Yehovah
"The Blueprints to Our Home: A Physical Geology Laboratory Manual introduces the reader to the physical processes governing our planet and demonstrates how the multiple branches of science intersect to describe our world. Developed for a full term of lab work, this supplemental text gives the users hands-on, problem-solving experience by requiring the application of practical geologic concepts. Designed to educate students about both academic and applied geology, this laboratory manual addresses issues concerning how our home, the Earth, was built, how it continues to be remodeled, where all of our resources are stored, how to keep our living space clean and healthy, and how to identify and protect ourselves against inherently dangerous areas. The accessible writing style helps readers understand the ""why"" behind the ""whata and provides practical, problem-solving exercises that demonstrate the nature of scientific inquiry and the scientific method. The goal of this publication to equip students with the knowledge and tools they need to take advantage of the countless benefits our planet offers, while minimizing the risk of encountering potential hazards. As such, developing the necessary skills to read the blueprints of our home will foster an appreciation for the magnificence and complexity with which our planet operates and a desire to preserve and protect it. Elli Pauli completed a double B.S. in Marine Science and Geology at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL and was awarded an M.S. in Geochemistry from George Washington University. She is now the laboratory coordinator for the introductory geology courses at George Washington University, and is a professional lecturer in numerous colleges and universities throughout the Washington Metro Area, teaching classes in Environmental Geology, Physical Geology, Physical Geography and Geo-hazards and Land-use Planning. She has also worked with the Smithsonian Institution Museum of Natural History in the Department of Mineral Sciences and United States Geological Survey."
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