I don’t know whether I should believe this story. But I just use my logic and common sense. This miracle juice definitely contains very strong ingredients for fighting cancer. ‘Grave concerns’ over missing 62 year old man from Hinckley’He has a medical condition which requires daily treatment and inquiries suggest he is feeling depressed’17:25, 9 JUL 2018Steve Grimstead (Image: Leicestershire Police) Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailPolice are urgently trying to trace a 62 year old man who has gone missing.Officers said they had “grave concerns” for the safety of Steven Grimstead, who was last seen in Station Road, Hinckley, shortly before 6am today.A Leicestershire Police spokesperson said: “It is believed he is in a distressed state and we need your help to find him.”Steven is white, 6ft tall and of large build. It is believed he is wearing a light blue polo shirt, trousers which are either grey or faded blue and dark walking boots. He is likely to be carrying a black rucksack (and) wearing a straw hat in a trilby style.Leicester city centre street shut off over claim gunfire was heard in area”Steven lives in Ashby Road, Hinckley.
I may have mentioned in the past that I love fabric!!!!!!!! And I have tons of it on hand hundreds of yards of it florals, solids, stripes, metallics, blenders; you name it I got it. So this Granny Square quilt is the perfect opportunity to use up some of the stash. (Picture below is just a small portion but look at all the wonderful colors!!!).
I haven seen a hiring certificate for a non veteran in so long, I can remember. In my department we have only hired vets. However, I can see their frustration. In 1949, 15 years before Kroyer, Carl Barks wrote a story called The Sunken Yacht that showed Donald Duck desperately trying to find a cheap way to raise Uncle Scrooge’s sunken ship from the bottom of the ocean. His nephews’ solution was to lower a hose from the surface, then pump it full of ping pong balls. So it’s the same concept, but surely Kroyer’s was more advanced somehow? Well, here’s the illustration Kroyer submitted with his application in 1964..
Or while I’m waiting somewhere for an appointment, I can slip my netbook out onto my lap and type away. I have to say that the keyboard fits my hands perfectly but it could be because I have rather small hands. I have typed up many a hub in the past few weeks on my little netbook, saved my piece to the netbook and then copied it onto a USB drive and used that to upload to Hubpages later along with some pics.