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url 2020-02-27 18:31
Designer Angry Birds Cakes Online for Kids

Angry Birds Cakes are the best designer cakes ideas for kids. Online Cake delivery of cake at your doorstep can make your kids day special. Order now..

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text 2020-02-13 09:30
Birds of Prey 2: DC Characters Who Should Make An Appearance

If DC decides to make Birds of Prey 2, then several characters deserve to appear in the sequel. Birds of Prey(And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) was released on Feb 7 but didn’t do well on the box office even though the reviews were positive. Despite the dismal performance of Birds of Prey 2, Margot Robbie has decided to return as Harley Quinn in the further spin-offs and sequels. Margot Robbie is all set to respond in a Gotham City Sirens along with the team of Birds of Prey.

 

Source :-  https://elinajohn01.blogspot.com/2020/02/birds-of-prey-2-dc-characters-who.html

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text 2019-12-31 06:51
This is how obsessions are born ...

Choosing my new camera was a bit of a debacle that started with a month of research that made me want to scream, and culminated with my visiting 6 different stores over 2 days, trying to find the one I ultimately wanted in stock somewhere.  (hint to retailers everywhere:  on-line stock checks only work if they're accurate.)   I finally found my camera in one store, the bag in another and I bought my memory cards in the last one (because I work for the parent company and get an employee discount).

 

While I was buying the bag, the salesman and I started chatting about the camera I bought and that beyond the safari, I'd be primarily using it for pics of birds and other wildlife.  He suggested I try the shutter priority setting and set the shutter speed at the high range for taking pics of birds, to avoid blurring as they inevitably flew away.  Now, I know next to nothing about cameras beyond point, focus, shoot, so I've always shied away from the 'fancy' settings, but I'm determined to get the most out of this one, so the last couple of days I've been using it.  

 

 

OMG, look at that!  Guess how many birds I've been stalking like a maniac since I pulled this one off yesterday?  I used to swear a blue streak every time a bird flew away, now I'm actively hoping they won't sit still...

 

Sometimes, technology really is awesome.

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review 2019-12-07 16:47
Wild Ride - Jennifer Crusie, Bob Mayer
Wild Ride - Jennifer Crusie,Bob Mayer

Next time I decide to read this it will probably be for Halloween bingo, because this hits a lot of squares, including Halloween itself and carnivals.

It's fall in small-town Ohio, and Mab is almost finished restoring the old rides and statues in a small amusement park that's being refurbished. Mab unwittingly sets free a demon, and then all Hell is breaking loose. There's a little murder, a lot of mayhem, sex, beer, demon-possessed teddy bears, and a nice array of weapons.

Crusie and Mayer work so well together: it's witty and clever and exciting and sweet, and flows smoothly through all of its moods without a false note.

In a perfect world, Crusie and Mayer would write more of this kind of thing, and they would all be optioned for Netflix. In a pretty good world, other writers would mine the same vein. Who doesn't want more banter and brawling with a side of hellmouth?

 

Library copy

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text 2019-10-11 21:19
Monday Meanderings

We've had another early snow storm, prompting me to mostly curl up at home and re-read Patricia Briggs books.  But on Monday, during the hours before the snow, my friends and I went out on a search for cranes and geese.  We were partially successful.

 

There are geese out on the spit, trust me!

 

Our first flock of Snow Geese, west of my home town

 

Snow Geese with Greater White Fronted Geese in the foreground

 

One blue phase Snow Goose in the flock

 

Farmers were busy with machinery like this swather, getting as much done as possible before the snow flew.

 

Our second flock of Snow Geese, north of Acme

 

Just resting in the stubble, preparing for the next stage of migration

 

A few Tundra Swans on a slough east of Irricana

 

A hen pheasant peeks at us from the long grass in the ditch.

 

No cranes, but it was nice to get in a day of birding before the snow.  

 

Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian Booklikes friends!

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