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Taken using iPhone camera with iguana effect in Ridgeland, MS during Thanksgiving weekend
Merry Christmas from Madison/ Ridgeland, Mississippi..... through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
"Won't we all be thrilled when the hanging baskets are full to overflowing
like this....just begging us to exclaim over them again?" oh my
"Happy 1st Tuesday in March Everybody!" :)
I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge -- that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.
DUI Defense Lawyer Canton MS Call 601 773 7777. Visit ift.tt/2riSqm0 The Franks Law Firm, PLLC 571 US-51 Suite B, Ridgeland, MS 39157 (601) 773-7777 share this DUI Defense Lawyer Canton MS vid www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhxynKsNiuE What are the DUI Defenses? Joey: There are a bunch of safeguards in a DUI case. They go from procedural to legitimate to accurate. When I say procedural, an officer needs to have motivation to stop you and it's called most likely reason or sensible doubt. In the event that they didn't have a reason, at that point whatever remains of it doesn't make a difference. Regularly we get cases rejected in light of absence of sensible doubt or reasonable justification. At that point we get into the lawful issues. Did you blow .08 or not? In the event that you didn't, at that point you didn't meet the statutory prerequisite. We take a gander at customary law DUI and that is the place the actualities of the case come in. The field collectedness test, the walk and turn test that you generally catch wind of, the remain on one leg and tally to ten, the level look nystagmus test; every one of those are authentic things to demonstrate disability. Officers are individuals and they skip steps once in a while. Hardware breaks since that is the thing that gear does. What's more, in some cases so much time passes that individuals overlook things. That goes into building a resistance for a DUI case. There's nobody thing we take a gander at as a DUI lawyer. We cherish it when we see the atomic bomb resistance staying there, however that is normally not the situation. We for the most part need to snack and nibble at it and in the end wear out the indictment's case. Suppose I've been drinking and I'm driving and I see a checkpoint. What do I do? Joey: The police likely set the checkpoint up in a position that when you see it, you can't kill the street without giving an officer sensible doubt. In the event that you can kill on a side street or maneuver into a flat mind boggling, by all implies that is something I would truly consider doing on the off chance that I was in that circumstance. On the other hand, on the off chance that you should experience the checkpoint, have your ducks in succession. Try not to influence the officer to approach you for a permit, enlistment and evidence of protection. Have it in your grasp when you pull up and roll the window down sufficiently only to go the data through. You don't need his head in your vehicle attempting to smell for liquor or maryjane or anything like that. You would prefer not to stay there for a broadened period while he watches red eyes and you need to state as meager as could be expected under the circumstances. On the off chance that he says great evening and you can escape with gesturing, at that point he can't discuss slurred discourse So there are steps you can take to limit your presentation and contact with an officer and I very suggest people do that. Regardless of the possibility that you have not been drinking, you never know when someone has left something in your vehicle that the officer will sparkle his light on and begin making inquiries about. Is a DUI a crime or an offense? Joey: It relies upon the conditions of the DUI. For the most part a DUI first and second are crimes. In Mississippi, a crime is anything that requires not as much as a time of prison time. So a DUI first offense is just two days. A moment offense is only a couple of more days more. A DUI third offense turns into a lawful offense and you'll invest a lot of energy in prison and you lose your permit for quite a long time. Be that as it may, a DUI first and second can fall under a lawful offense classification if some person's harmed and you were driving impaired. In the event that you crushed property, they could up a first or second to a lawful offense. Suppose I've been drinking and I'm driving and I get in a mischance however the mishap's not my blame. What occurs there? Joey: An old lawyer in Mississippi recounted the anecdote about individual damage case and he won his case by saying that even an alcoholic man had a privilege to be in that path. You will probably get a DUI if there's a mishap and the officer smells liquor and you blow over .08 at the station. In any case, you may even now have individual damage body of evidence against the person who struck you, if it's obviously their blame.
When the Bible says that someone has died to sin, it means that the Christian has died "with Christ." It is not that we have actually died physically, but that we are, by faith, joined to the death of Christ on the cross. It was there, after fulfilling the law (Matt. 5:17; Gal. 4:4), that he suffered death, which is the wages of sin (Rom. 6:23) though he never sinned (1 Pet. 2:22; Heb. 4:15). By bearing our sins in his body (1 Pet. 2:24), becoming sin on our behalf (2 Cor. 5:21), and because Jesus represented us on the cross (1 Cor. 15:22; Isa. 53:4-6; 1 Pet. 2:24) and died there, when we trust, by faith, in the sacrifice of Christ we are then declared to be dead to sin, dead to the law (Rom. 7:4), and justified (Rom. 5:1). This death that Jesus underwent, and our identification with it, is symbolized by baptism.
I'm BLONDE. Oh my god I haven't been blonde in so long. It's actually very close to my natural color and it makes me so happy. I didn't know how I felt at first but the more I play with it the more I like it. Thanks to Claire at Ritz Salon in Ridgeland, MS!
"Y'all, I have worked with this image for (it seems like) hours trying to straighten it up
and make some sense out of it! I've finally given up and just decided we must have
a leaning tower of Ridgeland, Ms. just like they have in Pisa, Italy! Well, after all......
this shopping complex IS called The Renaissance!" LOL
P.S.~ "I could never do this again in a million years and am completely perplexed
by it. And, next time I'm there, you can bet I'll be studying this spot very closely!" Ha!
"Hope you're all having a good week!"
As I took my morning walk today the sun was beautiful peaking through the clouds.
Down the Natchez Trace,at the end of a walking trail that starts in Ridgeland, MS, stands this one lone tree. Two images, stiched together and adjusted.
This is a picture I took at Renaissance Mall in Ridgeland, MS. It is my first actually successful night photo and I absolutely love it.
Terry Sullivan (IG: @liverightnowonline) is an ambassador Lulelemon athletica in Fondren and an overall awesome guy.
This was shot by me skateboarding in front of Terry and turning back around towards him shooting with a slow shutter speed.
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This Quilt-In-Progress was stitched by Marilyn Rose of Ridgeland, MS. It is a Piece O' Cake pattern, "Tulips in the Park". www.pieceocake.com
Although "Tulips in the Park" is out of print at the moment, C&T Publishing has a few remaining block patterns. www.ctpub.com
At the June Gathering of the Mississippi Quilt Association, my fabulous Hand Quilting teacher, Betty Lewis, was hand quilting this amazing quilt, and she used this Work-In-Progress as an example for the class.
Read more here.
A walking bridge over a small creek in Ridgeland, MS on the Natchez Trace. Image cropped and adjusted.
2009-02-25 wed -- Closeup of blue tile wall - Bath Junkie -The Renaissance at Colony Park - Ridgeland MS
2009-05-14 fri -- Model play house - donated for charity auction - The Renaissance at Colony Park - Ridgeland MS
Although there were four of these, it looks like the carpenter who did this one may have had too many glasses of ale.