A simple program is helping people who are grieving the loss of a loved one
The history of the Fovant Badges is celebrated on the first Sunday of July every year. For 56 years volunteers have maintained the chalk badges embedded in the hillside along the A30. For more interesting and historical information go to……… http//www.fovantbadges.com
“While I was distracted, Norah was busy standing up in the shopping cart, excitedly waving and gleefully proclaiming, ‘Hi old person! It’s my birfday today!’”
Some sad news this morning as we learn of the death of “Willy Wonka” star Gene Wilder. He passed away at the age of 83 due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease. Our thoughts are with his family. <3
More information: http://www.9news.com.au/…/gene-wilder-star-of-willy-wonka…/…#9Today
Henry and Jeanette De Lange were married for more than six decades. Side-by-side the couple passed away just 20 minutes apart. After Jeanette passed, Henry briefly opened his eyes and gazed one last time at his wife’s body before he died. ❤️ #9Today
I am a registered organ donor. In 2011 we lost someone very important in our lives.
We were given the opportunity to donate Wayne’s organs.
His organs successfully changed the lives of at least seven other people.
Next week in National Organ Donor week please consider donating your organs to save others.
It is an honour to remember the love you may have for someone who also gave this gift.
“Solar City Tower”, built atop the island of Cotonduba, will be the welcome symbol to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
It will be seen by the game visitors and participants as they arrive by air or water.
The tower, captures solar energy. It will supply energy for all of the Olympic city, as well as also for part of Rio. It pumps up water from the ocean to create what appears like a water fall
and this fall stimulates turbines that produce energy during the night. It will also hold the Olympic flame.