On a scale from 1 to 5 I would rate this book a 5. The plot was very exciting and I would never have thought the story would go as it did. I thought the characters were well developed and the story moved quickly. I think that it’s incredibly diverse due mainly to the demographic of the City. There is such a wide variety from on trend, preppy Teenagers and fashion conscious Students to yummy Mummies and City types. There is always a nod to glamour on a Friday and Saturday evening as well as an elegant and sophisticated older generation.
Hiking and Mountain Biking Trails at Harmonie State ParkThere are two trails designated for mountain biking at Harmonie, although hikers can enjoy them as well. Trail 1 is four miles long and is rated as a Beginners level trail. It lies at the southern tip of the park and can be picked up at the Sycamore Ridge Shelter parking lot.
Hoschton being on the map matters because its soon going to be consumed on all sides by suburban Atlanta. It’ll start looking like Gwinnett County with subdivisions everywhere and homes that all look the same. No sense of community in that. The 22 year old Lubanski was KC’s 1st round pick (5th overall) in the 2003 draft out of Kennedy Kenrick Catholic High School in Pennsylvania. In 64 games for Wichita this season, he hit .295 with 9 home runs and 34 RBI. He represented the Wranglers at the Texas League All Star Game this Tuesday at Corpus Christi, Texas.
FULL POSTThere is a deep feeling of trauma in Gaza, Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, told CNN’s Fred Pleitgen from Gaza City.”Traumatization is everywhere,” Maurer said. “I was shocked indeed by the impact of the shelling over the past couple of weeks on the neighborhood, but also a couple of hours later to see the children, women, and men who have been exposed to that shelling in hospitals to see how wounded they were, and how difficult it was to cope with the numbers and the seriousness of the wounds of all those civilians who were in the hospitals I visited.”Maurer was able to visit Gaza because of a shaky cease fire between Israel and Hamas that seems to have held after going into effect early Tuesday.During his visit, he tweeted that he had “never seen such massive destruction ever before” strong words for the president of the Red Cross, who has no doubt seen quite some destruction in his time.”Even if we are on the first day of a seemingly holding cease fire, my clear opinion is that much more will have to be done over the days and weeks to come to scale up our operations in terms of health response, water and sanitation, sewage, economic livelihoods,” Maurer told Pleitgen. “A lot has been disrupted over the past couple of weeks.””In terms of response, I was on the one side positively surprised by the quality of work, by the engagement.””It will be a challenge.