How Caleb Barnes said Cheryl Silvonek was killed
Barnes in talking with detectives the day after the March 15, 2015 killing of 54-year-old Cheryl Silvonek, said he and and girlfriend Jamie Silvonek had fallen asleep in the car on the way home from a Breaking Benjamin concert in Scranton. When they
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Liberty Lee is a patriotic mouse who has led an extraordinary life. Rather than spending his time running around and eating cheese, he helped our Founding Fathers create America. And now he?s telling his tail? inLiberty Lee?s Tail of Independence. Written and illustrated by bestselling authors Peter and Cheryl Barnes, Liberty Lee?s Tail of Independence follows Liberty Lee as he participates in the pivotal moments of America?s birth. From reminiscing about his mous-cestors settling Jamestown to participating in the Boston Tea Party to helping his friend Thomas Jefferson draft the Declaration of Independence, Liberty Lee delights and educates children as he teaches them about the Pilgrims, King George, the American Revolution and the Founding Fathers! In addition to entertaining children, Liberty Lee?s Tail of Independence also includes teaching tools throughout the book to help parents and teachers educate their little ones about the key people, battles, and concepts that take center stage in our nation?s founding. Featuring a summary of the Declaration of Independence in rhyming verse and a find the eagle? activity throughout the book, Liberty Lee?s Tail of Independence will fascinate and enlighten any child from 5 to 8 years old.
Liberty Lee's Tail of Independence
"Quilting technique for following the quilting path. Patterns for beginner and expert quilters. Designs for sashing, borders with corners, and edge-to-edge pantograph. Tips and hints for machine quilting"--Provided by publisher.
Tells the story of Liberty Lee, a courageous mouse who helped the American colonies achieve their independence.
Author Insights When Mann first told me he wanted an author insight post, I had no clue what he was actually looking for. So he explained that he wanted something that really got into my head, my writing process, or something similar. Wide Open Spaces didn’t follow ANY of my usual writing process. So instead, I figured I’d share how Wide Open Spaces was different from my usual. I didn’t even realize that Dreamspinner Press had a call for submissions for States of Love. They wanted fifty stories, each one set in a different state, and it had to be clear what state you were in. Then a friend and fellow author, Alicia Nordwell, cornered me on Skype and told me about it and said I should claim a state. At first, I was kind of iffy because I have so many stories in the works. And then I got the “You should do it. Wyoming is still open. Out of nowhere, an idea slapped me upside the head and wouldn’t let go. Luckily I didn’t dilly dally too long, and my claim was accepted. Now normally, I spend weeks (if not months) going over an idea in my head before I actually sit down and write it. Bad part is, I don’t normally write anything I think up down, or if I do, it’s a very short note than they I later have to try and... That was so not the case with Wide Open Spaces. I opened Scrivener, and started files for chapters. I never outline because I never stick to it, but wouldn’t you know, there I was, outlining each of the chapters. By the end of that first day, I was already writing it. Living in Wyoming, I knew what places I wanted to include. There are so many unique aspects of Wyoming, but my favorite thing in the area I have the story take place is the wild horses. And of course, the Bureau of Land Management manages the wild horses, so I suddenly had a job for Levi. So which one should I have Devon be in. Well, I won’t give anything away, you’ll have to read to find that out, but suddenly Devon had a job as well. All that happened the same day I submitted my claim (even before I knew my claim was accepted) so it was obvious to me that the story was getting written one way or the other. The biggest difference though, how quickly I got the story out. Wide Open Spaces first draft ended up at just over 34,000 words (the range for this submission was between 15K and 50K), and I wrote it in less than two weeks. I usually struggle and come up against the wall at least a couple of times, but that never happened with Wide Open Spaces. Maybe it was the encouragement I was receiving, maybe it was that I actually outlined the story, maybe it was that I knew the area, but whatever it was, the story just wanted to be told. The guys were just constantly talking to me and, in truth, they never shut up. I spent all day, every day, and part of the night working on Wide Open Spaces. Within two weeks of starting this project, it was written, beta’d, revised, edited, and submitted. And now here we are 6 months later and it’s release day. I hope you enjoy reading the story as much as I did writing it. Blurb Devon fled Wyoming as soon as he turned eighteen, leaving behind his high school love, Levi. After six years in the big city, Devon returns to his hometown. Not much has changed, except that Levi is no longer in the closet. He’s also single and living his dream—managing the local wild horse population. Both of them are very interested in picking up where they left off, but Devon is no more ready to reveal his orientation than he was as a teenager. No one is going to shove Levi back in the closet—not even Devon. For a relationship to work, they’ll have to put the past behind them and find the courage to face the future as who they really are—a couple in love. But Devon doesn’t know if he’s strong enough. Maybe Levi would be better off without him—and his hang-ups. States of Love: Stories of romance that span every corner of the United States. Excerpt Devon sank down on his couch as exhaustion swamped him. He’d gotten used to being closer to sea level, so going back to the dry air at over six thousand feet was going to take some getting used to. Bloody noses had become the norm while he stayed with Blake. Devon didn’t want to deal with them repeatedly and considered getting a humidifier until he managed to acclimate.
Cheryl's Poppy Seed Bread with Glaze (flour, almond extract, baking powder, butter, eggs, milk, poppy seeds, salt, sugar, vanilla extract, vegetable oil)
Barnes' Homemade Ice Cream Recipe (vanilla extract, eggs, brown sugar, sugar, vanilla extract, heavy cream, half and half, berries, lowfat milk)
Barnes' Quick Pork Chop Casserole Recipe (pork chops, asparagus, cream of mushroom soup, rice)
Grandma Barnes' Banana Bread Recipe (butter, sugar, banana, eggs, flour, club soda, salt, nuts)
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