Blondie gives the best narration.
Been listening to this nonstop.
First, both look amazing. Every time Jane come on the screen on Newsroom my jaw drops. The woman is stunning. I want the number to her aesthetician, plastic surgeon, dermatologist, trainer, whoever is helping her look fierce.
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Tilly Smith, from Oxshott, Surrey, was holidaying with her parents and seven-year-old sister on Maikhao beach in Phuket, Thailand, when the tide rushed out.
As the other tourists watched in amazement, the water began to bubble and the boats on the horizon started to violently bob up and down.
Tilly, who had studied tsunamis in a geography class two weeks earlier, quickly realised they were in danger.
She told her mother they had to get off the beach immediately and warned that it could be a tsunami.
She explained she had just completed a school project on the huge waves and said they were seeing the warning signs that a tsunami was minutes away.
Her parents alerted the other holidaymakers and staff at their hotel, which was quickly evacuated. The wave crashed a few minutes later, but no one on the beach was killed or seriously injured.
In an interview with the Sun, Tilly gave the credit to her geography teacher, Andrew Kearney, at Oxshott’s Danes Hill Prep School.
She said “Last term Mr Kearney taught us about earthquakes and how they can cause tsunamis.
“I was on the beach and the water started to go funny. There were bubbles and the tide went out all of a sudden.
“I recognised what was happening and had a feeling there was going to be a tsunami. I told mummy.”
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My friend, Thuy, makes all these cute bags and baby gear. I'm so impressed by the architectural details and peekaboo prints of the gray clutch.
love this white gown and the back (below)
More spy movies? Oh yes, please!
"Researchers followed over 1,000 healthy joggers and almost 4,000 healthy nonjoggers for 14 years and found that those who jogged too much or not at all had the highest rates of death during the study time period. In other words, whether they were sitting on their couch or logging an eight-miler, they still had similar risks of death. Plus, those who jogged at a more intense pace (seven miles per hour, or about an 8.5-minute mile) also fared worse." -Popsugar
I foresee a frivolous but beautiful terrarium purchase in my future.
I love when form and function merge. Kudos Philips for the Diamond Brush.