You may look terrific in your designer suits, carrying your Italian leather wallet; but for individuals who wish you harm, your a walking billboard that says “I have money.” Save your expensive wears for meetings or special events or evening, and stick to jeans and a t-shirt when wondering the city.
Longhorn Harley-Davidson will be holding a St. Patrick’s Day party but it will be held next Saturday – March 24 – and more details will be posted on it next week.
The 14 wind screens at the station honor people that have contributed to the history of Baylor and traveling man. The screens are collages of pictures and quotes of people who helped form the art, entertainment, faith and health care community.
Finally, one of the trendy gift basket ideas is for the romantic guy. If you are really creative, who knows where this idea can go. Popular items include chocolate candies, massage oils, colognes, risque undergarments, and specialized condoms.
Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, knows a good party when he sees one. For the 2012 edition of the Greenville Avenue St. Patrick’s Day Parade, the organizers were finding their coffers rather bare so Cuban stepped up to the plate with a generous ,000 donation to keep the floats rolling (usually at least 100 floats).
The first floor also houses a space for temporary historical exhibits. I can’t wait to go back to see the next special exhibit at the Old Red Museum: it contrasts and compares Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, and runs from June 12 to August 11, 2009.
Deep inside Jesus always knew what he was to do but being a young child he never thought about it much. Now that he was growing up he found the future worrisome and somewhat frightening. Jesus knew that a lot was riding on him and that he had a heavy load to tow. Sometimes Joseph would find him alone in a corner of the shop, playing quietly, fashioning little crosses out of scrap wood.
Can’t Help Falling in love This song was written by George Weiss, Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore based on “Plaisir d’amour by Jean Paul Egide Martini. It was re-written in 1961 for Elvis Presley to perform in the movie Blue Hawaii.