highlands has a new seasonal, oh but abita is on sale, i could get a growler, but i cant even imagine how this one must taste
No seriously, Abita is on sale….well, it’s always on sale. I could get magic hat!! those are always fun! WHOA, not on sale. I’ll just go with the highland seasonal…NO they only have it in a 12 pack?! What if I get tired of it…Source: minnesota-life
My very soggy 2012 graduation, recreating the photo below of my sister graduating with a MMAS degree in 2007. We had a good laugh about my dad’s pose then, where it looks like he’s shooting her with a “hand” gun, so we recreated it. Classic.
5 years apart, but we did it.
Also, as we were leaving my dad grabbed all the trash bags he could find laying around to reuse for his own trash. Resourceful.
Hantz and I at Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. My professor is the greatest.
Looming cuts in food-assistance funding could spell big trouble for Western North Carolina residents, says Joshua Stack, communications and marketing coordinator for MANNA FoodBank. Funds for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps, may be cut by $4.2 billion this year, he notes.
“Stats we accessed showed that $160 million in food-stamp benefits were redeemed in Western North Carolina last year, and $60 million in Buncombe County alone,” Stack reports. “There’s no way we could make up for severe cuts in SNAP, so we spend a lot of time engaging state and federal lawmakers to ensure they know these issues are prevalent.”
Nationwide, U.S. citizens redeemed $64.5 billion worth of SNAP benefits in 2010, a $50 billion increase over the 2000 figure, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. And as the economy worsened, a broader range of people found themselves turning to SNAP.