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s in Wolverine Lake Village

Welcome to the wonderful Village of Wolverine Lake. Wolverine Lake is a cute and friendly village that is located on the outskirts of Walled Lake, Michigan in Oakland County. Wolverine Lake has a population of 4,356. If you have children, they will attend the known Walled Lake Consolidated School District, they are known for their high graduation rates, athletics, GPA, extra-curricular activities, parent involvement and high test scores on the MEAP, SAT and ACT's. This is a great place to live, you will have easy access to fine dining, entertainment, night life and family activities. There are many lakes that wolverine Lake has to offer, so grab your family and friends, the coolers and the boat and enjoy the life of lake living. 1486 LADD Road, Wolverine Lake Vlg 48390-3040MLS#: 214081526Status: ACTVStat Dt: 08/19/14Price: $54,900County:OaklandArea:02174Sqft: 1,459Acreage: 0.28School D:Walled LakeBeds: 3Yr Built: 1956Grg Size:2 CarProp Type: ResidentialBaths:... (more)

Daily Devotion
An End To Pain And Sorrow
Date: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Today's Chapters: Lamentations 1-2 Message Title: An End To Pain And Sorrow Hello My Friend, The Book of Lamentations is the twenty-fifth book of the Old Testament/Bible and contains five chapters. The timeline for these events took place approximately 588 BC. It was written by Jeremiah to the Jews who were captive in Babylon, the purpose of the book was to get the Jews to repent and restore their relationship with God. What we are to learn from the book is that God is faithful in both judgment and mercy. “It is of the LORD'S mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” - Lamentations 3:22,23. To lament, it means to feel deep sorrow and grief, so much that nothing can comfort them, all they see is pain. Have you ever felt so much sorrow in your heart, soul, and spirit, a pain so deep that you see no hope in sight? This is the way Jeremiah felt after things began to... (more)

Och, dziś znowu coś się na pewno wydarzy, czuję to w powietrzu. Nadszedł wieczór, leżę więc na swoim posłanku i czekam na to, co nieuniknione. I rzeczywiście, słychać dzwonek do drzwi! Biegnę z tradycyjnym jazgotem w dół korytarza. Państwo otwierają. Zza ich nóg widzę gromadkę straszydeł. Uff, to na szczęście tylko przebrane dzieci – czuję ich woń spod kapturów, masek i prześcieradeł. Ale chwileczkę… Jeden z przebierańców pachnie inaczej… – Cukierek albo psikus! – krzyczą mali goście. Przeciskam się do przodu. Ten, który wydziela smród piekielnej czeluści, stoi trochę z boku. Patrzymy na siebie – spoglądam na dziury jego oczu i czuję podnoszącą się na grzbiecie sierść. Nie boję się – wprawdzie Otchłań we mnie spogląda, lecz jeszcze nie widziałam Otchłani, która umie warczeć albo szczekać. Więc rzucam się na oślep w jej kierunku strona dobrego kolegi szamba betonowe

The Common Ills
Barack re-writes rules of war
Barack re-writes rules of war NINA notes that already today Nouri's bombing of Falluja -- his continued bombing -- has killed 3 civilians and left twelve more injured. Karen DeYoung (Washington Post) reports: Amid conflicting congressional demands, impatient Arab allies, and public concern that he will do too much or too little, President Obama made bluntly clear Thursday why he has not yet implemented a comprehensive U.S. response to the Islamist insurgency that is rapidly spreading across the Middle East. “We don’t have a strategy yet,” Obama said, in response to questions about when he is prepared to begin military action in Syria, and, if not, why not? Or apparently about Iraq, despite White House spokesperson Josh Earnest just saying on Morning Joe (MSNBC) that while there's no strategy for Syria, Barack does have a strategy for Iraq. If the hosts of Morning Joe had any brains they would have asked what sort of strategy... (more)

Friday night
This evening was a comfortable and restful time I sat in the living room with my earphones and listened to an unexpected event: a movie online while the telly showed the latest Rugby match (I don't watch the sports thing not when it's that particular sport; it's just too rough!) So I ended up watching a film called Loving Leah(2009) ''A quirky love story revolving around the unexpected wedding and unconventional married life of a 26-year-old widow and her late husband's brother, a handsome 30-year-old cardiologist. This was a television movie that aired on CBS as a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie on January 25, 2009. The film is directed by Jeff Bleckner and stars Adam Kaufman as an unobservant Jewish bachelor who feels compelled to marry his observant rabbi brother's widow, Leah (Lauren Ambrose) to honor him via the ancient Jewish custom of yibbum (levirate marriage). Loving Leah began as a play by Pnenah Goldstein and was brought to Hallmark by Ricki Lake, who also appears in... (more)

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