I walked through the main jail cells and waited and waited for people to disperse. Tough! I kept walking around looking and searching. The little closed off section was perfectly quiet! Ugh! Closed off via gate. Losing something valuable? NoYes9. Harm coming to a loved one because you weren careful enough? NoYes10. Have you worried about acting on an unwanted and senseless urge or impulse, such as physically harming a loved one, pushing a stranger in front of a bus, steering your car into oncoming traffic; inappropriate sexual contact; or poisoning dinner guests? NoYesHave you felt driven to perform certain acts over and over again, such as11.
For more educational fun (yes, there is such a thing), check out the Lancaster Science Factory, 454 New Holland Ave., Lancaster. It is a hands on science center for pre K to eighth grade and their families offering more than 75 interactive exhibits relating to principles of STEM. Current days of operation are Tuesday Sunday, except it is closed New Year’s Day.
Ooops! Check Your Cooking Pot First!I actually have an antique bean pot that my mother used; it was her mother’s before her. I’ve used it myself in the past, but it suddenly occurred to me that as old as it is, the glaze used on the pot is undoubtedly a lead based glaze. Not wise to use such containers for food, now that we know these things that prior generations did not..
Ley Lines or Magnetic ForceThere of course is another explanation. The Earth does emanate a certain amount of magnetic force, and people who believe in the Spiritual Science of the Earth think that these lines effect our minds. Ley Lines were even studied to see if they did produce some sort of Psychic energy.
The couple settled in Bloomington to become pillars of the community for nearly 50 years. Together they were blessed with countless close and caring friends. Janice is survived by her three sons of whom she was abundantly proud, and their families: Alan and Deborah Vogt of Wayland, MA and their children Andrea, Carter and Edward III, Paul and Judi Vogt of Harrisburg, NC and their sons Jordan and Connor, and John and Jeanne Vogt of New Brighton, MN and their daughters Jessica and Emily, and one great granddaughter, Sophia.
The Blue Collar tribe faced a string of bad luck on Survivor: Worlds Apart before the game took a drastic turn. When a wooden platform landed on tribe member Kelly Remington’s head during a blindfolded reward challenge, the task became a bloody battlefield. And although the tough blue blooded competitor pressed on through her injury, the team still left empty handed.