These cats are so funny, agile, and inquisitive. I loved watching them in the water.
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There are some unbelievable natural formations located all around the globe. Due to distances involved, many of us never have the chance to visit these sites.
The following photos display a mountain range called “Rainbow Mountain” located in China. I thought you might enjoy seeing these photos.
The mountains are part of the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in China. Layers of different colored sandstone and minerals were pressed together over 24 million years and then buckled up by tectonic plates.
I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. :)
There’s a similar formation in British Columbia called the Rainbow Range formed from a mixture of volcanic rock and various minerals.
While the photos are certainly incredible, there could be some slight photo manipulation going on to make the colors pop a bit more than they would naturally. This Flickr photo could be a more accurate representation, but still, the mountains are amazing
Church Services in the not too distant Future
PASTOR: “Praise the Lord!”
PASTOR: “Can we please turn on our tablet, PC, iPad, Mobile, and Kindle Bibles to 1 Cor 13:13. And please switch on your Bluetooth to download the sermon. You can log on to the church Wi-fi using the password Lord909887.”
“As we take our Sunday tithes and offering, please have your credit and debit cards ready.”
Ushers: Circulate mobile card swipe machines among the worshipers: Those who prefer to make electronic funds transfers are directed to computers and laptops at the rear of the church. Those who prefer to use iPads flip them open.
Those who prefer telephone banking, take out your Mobiles to transfer your contributions to the church account.
The holy atmosphere of the Church becomes truly electrified as ALL the Mobiles, iPads, PCs, and laptops beep and flicker.
Final Blessing and Closing Announcements.
- This week’s ministry cell meetings will be held on the various Facebook group pages where the usual group chatting takes place. Please log in and don’t miss out.
- Thursday’s Bible study will be held live on Skype at 1900hrs GMT.
- You can follow your Pastor on Twitter this weekend for counselling and prayers.
- God bless you and have a wonderful week.
You may have seen this before ….. worth repeating.
If you, your kids or grand kids take pics from your phone, check out this video! This is truly alarming – please take the time to watch.
At the end they’ll tell you how to set your phone so you don’t run this risk!
I don’t know how he trained these budgies. They are very clever and cute. Our budgie rules the household not the other way around. Australian native birds that have been successfully exported and bred all over the world. In the wild they are green and yellow and out west you see flocks of thousands. They are beautiful to watch and very noisy you can hear them coming from a long way away and they look like a huge wave in the sky.
The budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus) (pron.: /ˈbʌdʒərɨɡɑr/), also known as common pet parakeet or shell parakeet and informally nicknamed the budgie, is a small, long-tailed, seed-eating parrot. Budgerigars are the only species in the Australian genus Melopsittacus, and are found wild throughout the drier parts of Australia where the species has survived harsh inland conditions for the last five million years. Budgerigars are naturally green and yellow with black, scalloped markings on the nape, back, and wings, but have been bred in captivity with colouring in blues, whites, yellows, greys, and even with small crests. Budgerigars are popular pets around the world due to their small size, low cost, and ability to mimic human speech. The origin of the budgerigar’s name is unclear. The species was first recorded in 1805, and today is the most popular pet in the world after the domesticated dog and cat.
The budgerigar is closely related to the lories and the fig parrots. They are one of the parakeet species, a non-taxonomical term that refers to any of a number of small parrots with long, flat and tapered tails. In both captivity and the wild, budgerigars breed opportunistically and in pairs.
This video is quite cute, but on a serious side many elderly people are now being forced to go back to work because of the current economic situation. They can’t live on the pension as electricity, water, medical costs etc all keep going up. I don’t think governments do enough for the people who have worked hard all their lives, paid taxes, helped build the country, and a lot of them also fought for their countries. Not much gratitude there is there?
This is a new ad for a Samsung washing machine. It’s clever and they think outside of the box for a change. Nice to see a bit of thought and imagination going into an ad. A bit like the John West ads where the bears are the stars.