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    I'm back

    Quick check through the threads Just to make sure that I have not said anything that may be construed as offensive.

    Don't want SP mad at me again for crossing that wavy line

    Afternoon SP
    Confusion is a natural state of being


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      14700 NW 60 Ave. Miami Lakes FL 33014
      PHONE (305) 592-2662 FAX (305) 592-2111



        Lakes Supertours operates from the Lakes Hotel in the centre of Windermere village in the English Lake District, Cumbria, UK.

        We have luxury 11 and 16 seater mini-coaches with ample head and leg room, and excellent visibility from all seats.

        We offer spectacular and informative Lake District tours including scenic and cultural attractions. Our knowledgeable and cheerful driver/guides are professionally qualified and will give you lots of opportunities for photographs and for short strolls.



          VisibilityListening and responding to people affected by sight loss in the west of Scotland



            Weekly Feature
            30 July 2007 - Features

            Scotland’s Traditional Culinary Dish
            Australians may claim Vegemite, and the English may swoon over Marmite, but in Scotland, the home grown food boasting a peculiar and slightly gruesome international reputation is haggis. What is haggis, you ask? Ask a witty Scot and he or she may tell you that haggis is a small four-legged Highland animal with limbs shorter on one side than the other to aid in running around hills more effectively. Read a newspaper, and the editors may tell you that the Wild Haggis Hunt is due to take place. Truth is told however, haggis is a concoction of a sheep’s heart, liver, and lungs mixed with minced onion, oatmeal, suit, spices, and stock, and traditionally boiled in the sheep’s stomach. Bon appetit!



              This is my little bit of the family web site to let you know what's on the horizon as far as the site is concerned and to link you to a few ramblings I have jotted down (well only one at the moment, but a couple more are on their way).

              If you have any great ideas about how the site may be improved or any other information you would like to see, then please use the e-mail button at the top and drop me a line. I'm always looking for new challenges for the site, so I'm happy to hear from you.



                "a remarkable musical experience!"WELCOME

                ***** NEW *****
                Janette Ruocco's setting of Psalm 23 on the Meljon Singers' CD Inner Harmonies was broadcast on BBC Radio 3's The Choir on Sunday 18 March 2007 Musical Director:
                Janette Ruocco

                Reg. Charity:
                1071861THE MELJON SINGERS, formed in 1990, is one of London's most accomplished and enterprising vocal ensembles. Find out more.
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                NEXT CONCERT
                Saturday 7 July 2007, 7.30pm
                St Mary's Church, South Woodford
                WOMEN OF NOTE

                Music by women composers
                including Rebecca Clarke, Eleanor Daley
                and other "Unsung Heroines"



                  Holy Trinity Church, South Woodford
                  Verse of the Day:Psalm 100:4-5

                  Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him; bless his name! For the LORD is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations.



                    Jim Beeler
                    Music Director

                    Jim began his radio career in 1973, and joined the KSBJ staff in November 2001 as Music Director. Shortly thereafter, he accepted the added responsibility of Enter His Gates Program Director. Jim can also be heard on KSBJ’s early afternoon show weekdays from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Jim says, “It’s not hard for praise and worship music to bring me to tears, so getting the chance to program this music on Sunday mornings on KSBJ, and on the internet all week long is an incredible blessing.” Jim and Heidi have been married over 25 years, and have two sons and one daughter. He loves Christian music, playing golf and watching football.



                      Bring me Sunshine, in your smile,
                      Bring me Laughter, all the while,
                      In this world where we live, there should be more happiness,
                      So much joy you can give, to each brand new bright tomorrow,

                      Make me happy, through the years,
                      Never bring me, any tears,
                      Let your arms be as warm as the sun from up above,
                      Bring me fun, bring me sunshine, bring me love.

                      Bring me Sunshine, in your eyes,
                      Bring me rainbows, from the skies,
                      Life's too short to be spent having anything but fun,
                      We can be so content, if we gather little sunbeams,

                      Be light-hearted, all day long,
                      Keep me singing, happy songs,
                      Let your arms be as warm as the sun from up above,
                      Bring me fun, bring me sunshine, bring me love.