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'THE SHELL SEEKERS' (2014): 'Little Fistral in Newquay beach was closed and made into a film set on Wednesday. A crew from German FFP New Media reserved the beach to film an adaptation of Cornish author Rosamunde Pilcher's 1987 novel "The Shell Seeker", to be aired on German TV. Production co-ordinator Veronika Kruse said Little Fistral represented the perfect location, praising Newquay for its stunning scenery. "Our director loved the area when he saw it," she said." ' ✫ღ⊰n

And as the blood trickled down the side of his face he could hear the voices of his friends screaming his name as he started to lose his grip on reality.

They are the best things that happened to this world besides the plan of Salvation (which is what they are based off of!)


Vow of silence.

Every day someone spends not speaking makes their words stronger; this means that more people will believe them even if they don't make sense, or do as they command without question. One woman made a vow of silence 20 years ago which she plans to break today.

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U.S. Constitution Quiz Questions --128 Questions separated by Article

Ramp up your Constitution teaching using these handy and flexible U.S. Constitution Quiz Questions. They also work as Constitution Worksheets! More than 100 U.S. Constitution Quiz Questions, all sorted by Article for convenience, perfect for making quizzes and tests. All files editable so teachers can customize, many questions present critical thinking government scenarios for students to consider!

Psychology for character building by Merita King. Great advice

New blog post with a great sited - Peggy Bechko: Writers and Readers Websites Wednesday - Open Learning

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Category Sorting

This is a great set for students strengthening language skills. These sorting mats provide practice with vocabulary, sorting and intraverbals. In...

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Love, war and family history

The Sandcastle Girls by Chris Bohjalian I have not read this book, but the synopsis grabbed me immediately. It is one I think I would like on my worth reading board.