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  • The promise that the next (software release, computer, car, etc.) will actually be what you want.
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  • The Next Generation is the seventh studio album by international pop music project, Sweetbox. Released in 2009 after almost two years in the making, it is the first album to have Jamie Pineda as front woman after Jade Villalon departed for her solo career.
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  • Any kind of furniture made specifically for a baby such as baby cribs and mattresses, playpens, highchairs and changing tables. Popular nursery furniture also includes armoires, dressers, rocking chairs, toy boxes and rugs.
next generation baby furniture - Badger Basket
Badger Basket Doll Armoire With Three Hangers - Pink/White
Badger Basket Doll Armoire With Three Hangers - Pink/White
Keep Dolly's clothes safe and tidy in this classy Doll Armoire. Features: Fabric-accented doors open to a clothes rack for careful storage of your doll's beautiful wardrobe. Faux drawer front on the bottom contributes to the classy design. Pretty pink gingham complements the attractive white finish. Includes three hangers for Dolly's special outfits! Adorable hangers are pink plastic and measure approximately 5"W x 3.5"H. Additional hangers sold separately in sets of three. Fabric is a poly,cotton blend and is securely attached to the door frames. Hook-and-loop tape latches keep doors closed. For Dolls up to 22". Overall size of 12.5"W x 8.5"D x 21.5"H. Can be enjoyed by children from three years old and up. Made of durable wood and wood composite materials. All paints and finishes are non-toxic; built to very exacting standards for safety and quality. Some adult assembly required. Easily accomplished in a few minutes with a screwdriver. Doll clothes shown with the hangers not included.

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Honeymooners
Honeymooners
A couple of summers ago, I witnessed the most meaningful ceremony I've ever seen. My friend G married her longtime love. And before I go on... a word about their love. It's something you can feel when you walk into their house. It emanates... not just from them, but from the house itself... the furniture... the animals... the garden... the bric a brac. Entering that house is like walking into some big yellow-warm sunshine embrace; it is nothing short of palpable. And seeing them together is even more powerful. These are two people who just so clearly delight in each other's company. Like all of us, they have their share of less than stellar days, but they're strong for each other, they support one another, they complement each other... and, like I said, when you see them together, you can't help but share a little hiccup in your heart... a skip-step of giddiness. In short, if ever two people should be married, G and her love were those two people. And they're both from backgrounds that value marriage; that see it as the highest expression of togetherness. But there was one more factor at play that made their wedding the specialest occasion. Until that year, they had not had the legal right to marry. Why? Because G and her One True Love are women. To which I say... So fucking what?? Marriage, as I understand it, is all about love and commitment. And no two people were ever more in love or more committed. And to those who argue same-sex marriage somehow undermines the so-called sanctity of the so-called institution of marriage... I say heterosexual couples... with their soaring divorce rates, and rampant infidelity, and vicious child-custody disputes... are doing that themselves. Besides. Why should anyone's choice of who to love... or who to marry... be anyone else's business? As long as no one's being victimized, what's the problem? One of the arguments advanced here in Canada, where same-sex marriage is legal (for the time being, anyway)... is that, if THIS is okay, then what's next? Polygamy? To which I say... what's the hairy issue with polygamy? If three people (or four or five or whatever) choose to form a legal bond and raise their family collectively... again, as long as no one's being victimized... what is the problem? Oh, say the critics, but polygamy's tied to child abuse. Uh, right. That's the same thing they say about same-sex unions... based on their ludicrous assumption that all homosexuals are somehow pedophiles, or sex fiends. Ridiculous. I've heard otherwise rational men say... I'd never go to a gay male doctor. To which I say.... don't flatter yourself. Just because a man may be in a love with another man, that doesn't mean he's uncontrollably flinging himself at every damned man who walks through the door. I mean... I have a straight male doctor. That means... oooooohhhh.... gasp.... he has sex with women!!!! But that has absolutely nothing to do with him examining me in his professional capacity. We have a polygamist sect here in British Columbia, and it's under near-constant scrutiny for child abuse. The allegation is that very young girls are married off to men, against their will. To which I say... if that's the case, it's child abuse, for sure. But it's an entirely separate issue from the marital status of the parents involved. Sorry if I'm ranting here, but this whole issue gets my knickers in a major twist. I think it's because... as one of those kids who was teased and taunted for simply being who I was... I sort of understand what it must be like to face such senseless discrimination. We have today, in too many parts of North America, a culture that says... while most other forms of organized hate and discrimination are frowned upon... it's okay to ostracize and mistreat people... solely on the basis of who they love. It's insane. I mean... I remember when I first encountered boys. There was an instant ZING! From that time on, I pretty much always had a crush on some boy or other and... lucky me... I was part of a majority, so having those feelings was a-okay. The gay and lesbian people I've talked to had similar experiences somewhere in their lives.... where they felt that overwhelming sense of attraction and excitement and curiosity. But... unlucky them, they were part of a minority, and made to think that what they felt was somehow bad or wrong. I'm on this topic today because our federal government (recently elected and right wing) is threatening to undo the same-sex marriage law. This is just the latest in a string of reversals that's included: - killing the nearly-enacted bill that would've decriminalized marijuana - killing an agreement with aboriginal people that would've finally begun addressing the deplorable conditions many of them live in - reversing the country's commitment to do its part to address climate change, and - killing a multi-year agreement with the provinces that would've made child care somewhat m
Chastleton, Oxfordshire
Chastleton, Oxfordshire
Chastleton House is situated near Moreton-in-Marsh, Oxfordshire, England It is now owned by the National Trust (1991.) The graceful 400-year old house exudes a timeless and genteel charm. Like Rousham there is no shop or tea room; instead you can lap up the genuine atmosphere of a bygone era when a fire roared in the hearth, cobwebs festooned the ceilings and a domestic cat lived in to keep the mice down. There were once twenty cats, so things must have changed! And, some of the cobwebs which held the place together for the best part of four centuries have for the most part disappeared. Chastleton House was built in 1607 for the wealthy wool merchant, Walter Jones. The house is built of Cotswold stone, round a courtyard.When one of the oldest and most unusual houses in this region first opened to the public in 1996, it was hailed as a unique time capsule. But time never stands still at Chastleton House. The house includes , rare tapestries, many Flemish one from Sheldon weavers (see Barcheston),numerous period portraits and personal belongings.The inside of the house is complex and quite bewildering as there are a great many rooms and fine staircases, the foremost room being the Great Hall, with its ornately carved wooden screen, and the first floor's Great Chamber, with its ornate panelling and plaster ceiling. Most of the furniture is contemporary with the house being in situ since its completion. The once grand Chastleton House in Oxfordshire was owned for centuries by an increasingly impoverished family whose make do and mend philosophy meant that the house and contents remained almost unchanged, generation after generation. Outside is a Classic Elizabethan topiary garden. the south Lawn was where the rules of modern croquet were laid down Its Idyllic Cotswolds setting, is next to a 12th-century parish church St Mary the Virgin whose unusual exterior has no medieval details or grotesques unlike surrounding churches in the area or indeed the Jacobean features of the adjacent mansion. There are some good wall monuments a few bits of old glass and Norman scalloped capitals and medieval tiles in the south aisle. When Chastleton House was bequeathed to the Trust in 1991, a radical decision was made to keep it as found rather than restoring it and is much enjoyed by visitors who can still see the ravages of time, whilst appreciating that further deterioration is being subtly prevented.

next generation baby furniture
next generation baby furniture
Ergo Dark Chocolate Organic Baby Carrier
This 100% Organic Cotton Carrier (including the linings, Infant Inserts and Accessories*) is certified by the Control Union Certifications (formerly Skal International) in the Netherlands.Features 400 threads per inch organic cotton poplin lining and hood. 100% cotton batting in body of carrier to soften edges. One inch, high density foam in shoulder straps. Quarter inch high density neoprene foam in waist belt. High Quality buckles tested by SGs.Waist belt circumference from 25" to 43" Fits from 5' to 6.5' body height with adjustable shoulder and chest straps.Durability/strength tested up to 90 pounds

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