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You Ve Got A Text Message Ringtone
- A brief electronic message sent between mobile phones, containing text composed by the sender, usually input via a lettering system on a cell phone's numeric keypad, the content of which is often abbreviated like shorthand by leaving out vowels or using phonetic spellings; To transmit a text
- Text messaging or texting refers to the exchange of brief written messages between fixed-line phone or mobile phone and fixed or portable devices over a network.
- (TEXT MESSAGING) Send/receive messages (up to 160 characters each) from your wireless device. Text Messaging is also known as “SMS.”
- An electronic communication sent and received by cellular phone
- A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
- Ringtone is a 2010 Malayalam film by Ajmal starring Suresh Gopi, Bala and debutant Megha Nair.
- Internet Leaks is the third EP from "Weird Al" Yankovic. It was released digitally on August 25, 2009, although all of the songs were initially released as separate digital singles between October 2008 and August 2009.
- A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
- (You've) A contraction is the shortening of a word, syllable, or word group by omission of internal letters. In traditional grammar, contraction can denote the formation of a new word from one word or a group of words, for example, by elision.
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The Life You've Always Wanted: Spiritual Disciplines for Ordinary People (Expanded and Adapted for Small Groups)
You Can Live a Deeper, More Spiritual Life Right Where You Are. An expanded edition with a new chapter on prayer and discussion questions The heart of Christianity is transformation---a relationship with God that impacts not just our 'spiritual lives,' but every aspect of living. John Ortberg calls readers back to the dynamic heartbeat of Christianity---God's power to bring change and growth---and reveals both the how and why of transformation. With a new chapter on prayer and added discussion questions, this expanded edition of The Life You've Always Wanted offers modern perspectives on the ancient path of the spiritual disciplines. But this is more than just a book about things to do to be a good Christian. It's a road map toward true transformation that starts not with the individual but with the object of the journey---Jesus Christ. As with a marathon runner, the secret to winning the race lies not in trying harder, but in training consistently---training with the spiritual disciplines. The disciplines are neither taskmasters nor an end in themselves. Rather they are exercises that build strength and endurance for the road of growth. The fruit of the Spirit---joy, peace, kindness, etc.---are the signposts along the way. Paved with humor and sparkling anecdotes, The Life You've Always Wanted is an encouraging and challenging approach to a Christian life that's worth living---a life on the edge that fills an ordinary world with new meaning, hope, change, and joy.
BAM, BAM, BAM – #1 - You’ve been tagged!
Today, I decided to skip Tipsy Tuesday and do something different. I have been tagged a couple of times already and just ignored it. After being tagged by RiaPereira ~ , I thought that would be nice to do it; however, like RiaPereira ~, I also think that my life is silly and boring comparing with others... Well, a little too late, now, I am also a Bam and I think that I don't potograph well when not smiling!
1. As many of you already know, I am Brazilian and proud to be so for many reasons. I am extremely glad that I can carry both Brazilian and Canadian citizenships. I wouldn’t know what to do if I had to choose.
2. I learned the “amazing and difficult English language” by myself about 12 years ago. So please accept my apologies in advance if you encounter spelling mistakes on my stream. (And I don’t mind being corrected at all).
3. My immediate family still leaves in Brazil. Here in Canada, I have just my husband, who’s everything for me.
4. We were introduced by a friend in Brazil and it was the most unexpected thing ever as none of us were looking for a relationship at the time. When he asked me to marry him, my answer was maybe; I said that we were just getting to know each other, so maybe later on in our lives... A few days later, I had a ring and the funny thing is that I had no idea what the ring meant. He came back to Canada and started my immigration process. I knew that immigration would take at least 4 years, so, I didn’t worried. Little I knew... I had my visa in 8 months and I had to decide what to do... It was the best thing I’ve done with my life.
5. I love living in Canada, but the long winters are the most difficult challenge I have to face every year.
6. I’ve had a crash on Jon Bon Jovi since I was 12 years old... and one day I was asked out by Robert Redford and I said no.... It was a dream of course... and I cry watching Oprah...needless to say more...
7. I am without modesty a very good cook and one of my great pleasures in life is to entertain. There’s nothing warmer than friends, family, good conversation, a glass of wine completed by a wonderful homemade meal. Brazilians love to hang out in the kitchen...
8. I am a risk taker and adventurous. I have my own sense of style and I don’t live my life by what others may think of me.
9. Some of many things I love in life: Summer, tomatoes and hugs, reading and listening to good music (My favorites are Bon Jovi , Elton John, Michael Bubble and I also love MPB), I love the sun, movies, travelling, a cup java, sleeping in on the weekends on a pitch dark bedroom and I love the beach (in my opinion the sound of the ocean can cure almost everything). I also love getting my nails done and anytime it’s time for massage - If one day I win the lottery I’ll have a personal massage therapist, and last but for sure not least - there’s always room in my closed for chic shoes and hand bags.
10. Some of dislikes and pet peeves: The very soft and fake hand shake - (I think you know which one I’m talking about). People who litter. Being woken up with the telephone ringing. Being called “EYE-REEN”. I do not like gravy and butter and I absolutely cannot stand licorice.
Now, you know a lot about me...and you’ve been tagged... I won’t be offended if you ignore. I understand that some people may not be comfortable doing that. If you've done it previously, let me know and I'll check you out - Let's have fun!
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Day 81/365 ~ If I could Reach Up and Hold a Star for Every Time You've Made me Smile, the Entire Evening Sky would be in the Palm of my Hand
February 24, 2011.
“If I could reach up and hold a star for every time you've made me smile, the entire evening sky would be in the palm of my hand.” - Author Unknown
Sunsets signal the end of another day; a reminder of how day is ending. The beautiful light is going away, and the darkness of shadows begin to fall. The whisper of night is beginning, with the coldness of the breeze lurking and waiting. Watching the sun sink into the horizon, as my breath paints a puff of fog onto the misty glass, I think of how time has passed. Of how time has fled from my grasp yet again, and I can hope for it- dream of it, wish.. yet it will never return. Only the memories, in palest shades linger in my mind. A faint recollection, a mere memory. Watching the natural occurences of the world often helps to remind me that there is so much beauty that I fail to see and appreciate. Light, in all its golden glory, in its shimmering rays, breathes delicately from the sky. It's so pure. Wonderfully untainted. How can something so magnificent still exist?
I feel bored of my own pictures. :/ Tomorrow I'm actually going somewhere interesting so I hope to take nicer pictures then.
you ve got a text message ringtone
Grades 3 & up. This sentence-building game uses unique five-sided cards with multiple conjugations of a base word. With a hand of 10 cards, players try to score the most points per round by constructing the longest, grammatically correct, and sensible sentence. Any player can object to another players sentence, on either grammatical grounds, or the fact that the sentence just doesn?t make sense. The defending player and the objecting player get to argue their points to the rest of the players, who form a jury. Half the fun is trying to defend, explain, and justify a completely ridiculous sentence to the other players. First player to reach 200 points wins.
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