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What to Expect – APRIL

Happy April Fools Day!

Here’s what to expect in April on Sand Between the Pages.  March was all over the darn place and I was left with a number of partially read novels that desperately need to be finished!   139 more words

Announcements

Introducing: Me!

To anybody reading this blog, welcome, and thank you for your time! It is a great honor to collect your page-views and publicity, and I look forward to producing thought-provoking, entertaining, and perhaps even educational or inspirational content for your reading pleasure. 332 more words

About Me

About PoetryPanther

Welcome to my jungle. From that first step, I invite you to let go of your “human” shell and free your inner animal. Maybe being a Panther isn’t your thing, that’s perfectly OK. 372 more words

Site Info

At Facebook's F8, Ad Tech Should Steal the Show

Facebook spent the past year buying and building all sorts of ad tech — now it’s starting to put it to work.

It launched Audience Network… 854 more words

Media

8 Things Your Recruiter Might Not Tell You About MEPS

It’s official. On the evening of March 29th, I’ll be driving to Raleigh to check into a Hilton hotel for the evening so that I can be up at the ass crack of dawn to head to the Military Entrance Processing Station (better known as MEPS) to begin my minimum of a month long wait for the Surgeon General of the Air Force Reserve’s blessing on my enlistment process. 1,730 more words

YOGA GIRL

WHAT TO EXPECT:

          I am stoked to be starting a blog. Yoga has led to creative outlets and healthier life style habits for me. Here I will post about different asanas (poses) that vary in difficulty level, how to get into them, what benefits they can bring, what poses not to do with certain ailments, fun healthy/unhealthy recipes, music that I find helpful or uplifting, and daily inspirations from people who inspire me. 413 more words

Love

5 Decades and Counting

The beginning of the Biagas family business – 14 siblings and 11 entrepreneurs.

Alvin Biagas worked at Cities Service Oil Refinery (CITGO) for 20 years as a laborer, and then was selected to become apprentice (after winning a class action law suit against CITCO for their hiring practices) and later became one of the first blacks to be licensed as a journeyman.   82 more words

What To Expect