Precious Moments

I woke up this morning and was instantly showered with puppy kisses, kitties meows for affection and the sweet expected “I love you” from Sean. Oh how joyful are these precious little moments…I’m so grateful. I can hear bird melodies outside, a woodpecker tapping loudly on a near tree and tiny little crickets. Suddenly, I feel peaceful and content just thinking how lucky I am to presence this beautiful morning…..moments I often miss when I get caught up in the mundanities of everyday life.  

Have a blessed day!

“Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you’ll look back and realize they were big things.”
― Robert Brault

Miami Heat wins again!!!!!

Congratulations guys you really deserve it!

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Heat Try To ‘Stay In The Moment’

Erik Spoelstra is an awesome leader.

NBA.com | Hang Time Blog

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MIAMI — Game 7 of The Finals is not just any other game, but the Miami Heat are trying to treat it that way. They want to “stay in the moment” but not get caught up in it, if that makes any sense.

So Heat coach Erik Spoelstra did nothing special at Thursday morning’s shootaround. There was no talk about the consequences of winning or losing Game 7 (9 p.m. ET, ABC).

“You can’t focus on the victory,” Spoelstra said. “You can’t focus on the reward. The only thing you can focus on is the task. So this morning, all it was was the shootaround, prep. It wasn’t anything more. There was no special words or speeches I gave them. The most important thing they can do now for the next eight or 10 hours is get off their feet.”

Spoelstra believes his team is prepared…

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Game 7 Often Produces High Drama

NBA.com | Hang Time Blog

MIAMI — Game 7 of The Finals is the ultimate basketball experience for both players and fans. One game for everything. And it often lives up to the moment.

The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat will play the 18th Game 7 in Finals history on Thursday (9 p.m. ET, ABC), the last since the Los Angeles Lakers edged the Boston Celtics in 2010. That one went down to the final minute, as have many others. In fact, 12 of the 17 previous Finals Game 7s, including each of the last four, have been decided by seven points or less. They have featured some wild comebacks and several scary moments for the eventual champions.

The home team has won 14 of the 17, but we can’t forget that the Celtics had a three-point lead midway through the fourth quarter of that Game 7 three years ago. In 2005, the…

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Go Heat!!!!

Game 7 …The Heat vs Spurs

As we wait for tonight’s final NBA game a mix of anxiety and excitement begins to dominate our system. The commentators are already speculating, trashing players and game strategies and all that sort of obnoxious yet funny talks. The players are already out there warming up and spending time shooting b-balls before shit gets real. You can see hope, worry, and a sparkle in their eyes…they crave another championship, another ring. Truth is, both teams are awesome but today there’s only room for one…the best.

Children in danger – every parent’s nightmare.

Excellent post!

Connect Cumbria

 Mick Locke, of Carlisle, kindly (and responsibly) brought this to our attention https://www.facebook.com/mick.locke1 and we thought it was necessary to help spread the word, as this is an important and unsettling issue.

Mick’s Facebook posts:

Note to all parents in and around Carlisle & surrounding areas: there’s a rumour flying about that a young girl was almost abducted by 2 guys in a white car in the last week or so. The young girl heard one of the men say “She’ll do” in a funny accent and they tried to drag her into their car near Green Lane. She ran away screaming and was extremely disturbed – the guys sped off. I don’t know how much truth or foundation there is in this – or who was involved but the word is going round. I only heard this rumour yesterday – and even if it’s a Chinese…

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