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Because adults need to have fun too! Challenge yourself and your friends to complete as many bucket lists as you can while creating a colorful book to remember your efforts. From good wine to hot peppers, this book has it all.
Author: B LeRoux
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Because Life's too Short to Drink Bad Wine Helen McGinn ... Red wine doesn't usually work that well with chocolate, unless it is a big, rich, almost chocolatey New World red (try a smart Australian Shiraz or South African Pinotage), ...
Author: Helen McGinn
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
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2 Prop yourself up to form a bridge using your toes and forearms. 3 Maintain a flat back and do not allow your hips to drop towards the ground. The first time you try this, hold for fifteen seconds, then increase to thirty, ...
Author: Grace Saunders
Publisher: Hachette UK
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All alone, trying to raise four kids, one with severe physical and mental limitations, few of us would have given her much hope for surviving, much less flourishing in this life...and yet, she did. Can you imagine that occasionally, ...
Author: Dave Smith
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At age 39 I decided to quit my lucrative job and try to become a publisher. Life seemed too short to live and die just to make money. The whole experience was like a dream; one successful medical newspaper followed another; ...
Author: Judy Warner
Publisher: Weiser Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
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They also serve meaty pork spareribs by weight, so you can try just one rib if you want. (Mike Mills, barbecue legend and owner of 17th Street Bar and Grill in southern Illinois, says: “Life is too short for a half rack.
Author: Wes Berry
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
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Eight attempts meant that after trying them on for the first time, Robert might say the glove was too tight on the right thumb, and then the glove had to be made again with the thumb a millimetre wider. Then he might notice that with ...
Author: Ronald Reng
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
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Life Is What We Make It David W. Dorris. be rewarded through our actions, even ifwe don't do everything as God expects, because we are not perfect and he forgives us of our sins. Only God can play God, and he is the only one who knows ...
Author: David W. Dorris
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
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'Go ahead,' said Jorrocks,'but this time try using a little bit more top rudder and concentrate on keeping the nose level with the ... My apprehension was well founded for, as we zoomed into a loop, the queasy feeling engulfed me again; ...
Author: Tim Vigors
Publisher: Grub Street Publishers
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Lessons from an Epic Friendship That Went the Distance Susan Lacke ... I tried—and failed—to contain the fit of giggles that bubbled up from my belly. It was all so ridiculous. ... “Hey, babe,” he said as he leaned in for a quick kiss.
Author: Susan Lacke
Category: Sports & Recreation
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