Attention citizens of the universe I will be taking a leave of absence. I need time to be alone and break away from society…as much as possible. I just need time to think. Farewell.
Monthly Archives: June 2012
The Peony flower is among the longest-used flowers in ornamental culture. It is a traditional floral symbol of China, where it is called (mu-dan). In 1903, the Qing Dynasty declared the peony as the national flower.
Peonies have been cultivated in Asia for more than a thousand years. Requiring such careful cultivation, they were flowers that only the rich could afford to grow in Japan. Therefore the peony symbolizes prosperity for the Japanese.
Happy Holidays All Over The World
I have done it. I have finally done it. First semester of AP US History is complete. However one part of the journey is over, but another begins. It is time to start second semester. I have to complete 14 chapters by the 27th of July. It’s killing me…but it is so worth it. I love history and I love getting as many credits as I possibly can, and having a ridiculous high GPA. It’s weird I know, but I’m nerdy and I know it.
I am currently at orchestra rehearsal. I play the cello by the way. We just ran through all of our pieces. Our first concert is next saturday at the Indianapolis Arts Garden.
As I prepare for the home going celebration for one of New Life Worship Centre’s (my church) very own, can’t help but think how precious the life of a human being is even more than I though before. I was always told that tomorrow is never promised, and I came to believe that. I learned that in this life you have to make the best of it because you never know when it will be all over. So cherish the moments you have left on this earth. Spend time with someone special. Speak to someone you haven’t spoken to in years. Forgive your enemies, and make new friends. Help someone in need. Don’t take for granted the life that you have. Lastly, go out and have fun. Make memories, and leave a story behind so that when you’re gone you won’t be forgotten.
I would have to say this is the start of something new.
Saudi Arabia will let its female athletes compete in the Olympics for the first time, its embassy in London said.
Until now, Saudi Arabia was one of three countries that did not allow women to participate in the games.
The other two — Qatar and Brunei — also reversed course this year and said they will send athletes to the London games that begin July 27.
“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia wishes to reaffirm its support for the sublime meanings reflected by Olympic Games and the cherished values of excellence, friendship and respect that they represent,” the Saudi embassy in London said in a statement, announcing its decision.
The statement added that women who qualify for the games will be allowed to participate.
The decision is a rare concession for a kingdom where women are banned from driving.
They also cannot vote or hold public office, though that will change…
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I hope that Egypt gets a better government soon and that the people of Egypt find peace. They need a good leader and government that is not corrupt, where the people are treated fairly. I just pray the violence dies down soon.
Around the world Sunday, people waited anxiously for the results of Egypt’s groundbreaking presidential election.
And the payoff was a long time coming — especially when Egypt’s election commission began its announcement of the results, but took an hour to get around to telling who had won. That prompted the Twittersphere to poke some fun at the long, long announcement.
Here’s a sampling of some of the things people were tweeting:
Are you there? Share your images.
‘Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them?’- Abraham Lincoln.
However he seemed to destroy most of his enemies with an ax. Hahaha.
Good Morning ladies and gentlemen of the universe! It’s going to be a bright sunny day here in Indianapolis with a high of 93 degrees. I’m going to church this morning and I am looking forward to it as always. It is going to be a fantastic day. I encourage you, where ever you are to spend the day with someone, friend, family, etc. Go out and have fun.