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A Year of Smiles - Day 164

Reason to SMILE #164: SUMMERTIME


Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime

Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime

Summerti-i-me

(Summertime Summertime by The Jamies)

Yay! It’s summer! No more school. No more hurried schedules. 100 more words

Random Musings

Nicaraguita

It happened again. Leaving Nicaragua, I didn’t want to go, but this time I wasn’t alone.

Once more, this tiny triangle in the middle of the world managed to pierce my ever thicker hide, leaving me enamoured with this parcel of land and the folk that call it home. 1,102 more words

Family Travel Blog

Modesto Irrigation District Wastes $75,000 on Outsourcing

By Emerson Drake   

Among today’s action items on MID’s agenda was one to hire third party administration of their basic retirement plan. So in layman’s speak they intend to outsource the insurance part of the retirement plan.   261 more words

More than half the GOP field to be culled from Sixth District GOP debates

One of your Insiders just left a conference call set up by the Atlanta Press Club, to figure out how to feature all 18 candidates – yes, 18 – in the special April 18 election to replace U.S. 1,098 more words

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More than half the GOP field to be culled from Sixth District GOP debates

One of your Insiders just left a conference call set up by the Atlanta Press Club, to figure out how to feature all 18 candidates – yes, 18 – in the special April 18 election to replace U.S. 1,098 more words

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After winning water wars 'skirmish,' Georgia preps for bigger battles

Fresh off a key legal victory in the decades-long water war with Florida, Georgia leaders are scrambling to shore up glaring weaknesses exposed by the litigation while bracing for a new fight in Congress that could undercut the state’s courtroom success. 184 more words

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After winning water wars 'skirmish,' Georgia preps for bigger battles

Fresh off a key legal victory in the decades-long water war with Florida, Georgia leaders are scrambling to shore up glaring weaknesses exposed by the litigation while bracing for a new fight in Congress that could undercut the state’s courtroom success. 184 more words

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