Ptah was the main god of Memphis, the capital of Egypt for much of its history. He was the god of artists, craftsmen and masons. The name of his temple in Egyptian was Hwt-ka-Ptah, which the Greeks took as the name of the country - Hikuptah became Aiguptos, or Egypt, which is what we call it today.
RYE - A1092002 - - Manhattan Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 10/15/16 A volunteer writes (as told by Rye): What goes good with Rye? Everything!! I’m fun and friendly, housetrained, playful and cuddly, I love people, I love to give kisses and stand up hugs. I love wagging my tail and smiling, and I love that people can’t resist meeting me. The person on the other end of my leash, her name is Volunteer, took me to the park where everyone wanted to meet me. She la
CHEVY - A1092564 - - Manhattan Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 10/16/16 A volunteer writes: I don’t know about you, but I always think about a Chevy as being the All American car…so what a fitting name for our All American little girl! Her sleek lines, good grooming, gorgeous face, and loving personality fits the profile perfectly. Her tan coat is soft and silky to the touch, her amber eyes large and beautiful, and her tail wags gently as we walk. Wagging her tail
Peggy's Cove Is More Than The World's Most Photographed Lighthouse
The small town tales of Peggy's Cove captured my heart. From legends of naming their town after a lone shipwreck survivor to paying tribute to lost fishermen at sea to devastating plane crashes, this community of about 35 permanent residents are more noteworthy than their lighthouse. Here's what I learned about Peggy's Cove during my trip there…