BNS Hotel Francisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to whatever. I have had short hair, long hair, great big hair (1980’s), long bangs, short bangs, no bangs, waves, and pretty much every hair gadget you can buy.
There are a lot of women – many even reading this blog – who have and do pay up to $200 plus for a cut or color (sorry men – but that’s the truth). I used to be one of those women too. But, as finances became more strapped over the last few years – hair indulgences ...
... have learned or experienced.
- Italian is a beautiful language. Especially when you start to understand it and speak it.
- Purple rules. Purple rocks. Purple is the color…Purple is the new black and the old black!!! Purple, purple, purple. Old, young, hats, shirts, shoes, pants, socks, scarves, scooters, bags, suitcases, pens, jackets, it doesn’t matter if you’re 3 or 93 – Purple is the color! It is everywhere!!! ...
I will cherish so many memories of him like - canoeing down "his" river, how he helped me so much when my grandmother passed away – he was the first person I called! He told me…“it’s going to be okay honey, I am here for you” pause “PICK UP THE F#@&’n PHONE JACKIE!!!... ß inside joke for my family!
One of our best memories is the hospitality and love we felt when we were hosted by Uncle Jimmy and his clan for ...
... done in Europe. But, about three weeks ago we learned that due to globalization – Italians do celebrate Halloween. Horray! We were told that they don't “trick and treat” like we do in Canada and the United States – but that they have Halloween parties. Kids come, costumes are worn and they eat candy, play games and have a grand ole’ time! Good enough!
So, about two weeks ago we started seeing limited Halloween decorations and ...
... questions. For example: If you are writing fiction and you are describing someone…what do they look like? Are they fat, thin, small, tall? What color hair do they have? Are they standing, sitting…keep asking the questions until all the details are filled in. Take what you have in your mind and keep asking questions until all the questions are satisfied or until you feel like you have gotten the point across.
So, in home school Hagan has ...