Filled with inspirational quotes on babyhood and parenthood, 365 Days of Firstsis a slim and accessible journal that provides a daily writing space to reflect on all the moments of baby's first year. Filled with gorgeous art, this utterly giftable package features a simple, unprompted space to reflect and record--users simply fill in the date and record a few lines each day. As the journal fills it will become a heartfelt keepsake of a very special time.
What the Guinness brothers have done for the records of the world, this book does for Indiana, whose resourceful inhabitants have blazed a bright trail of accomplishments in nearly every field. There is wonderful whimsy in this census of people who excel, excite, enthrall, and exceed the expectations of even the most eager Hoosierphile.
Lists discoveries and "firsts" from the worlds of ancient Greece and Rome, from Aeneas's first wife to the first Roman to cultivate oysters, arranged in categories such as politics and law, mythology, literature, and military affairs.
How I Rebooted and Recharged My Life by Doing Something New Every Day
Author: Lu Ann Cahn
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Feeling stuck? Veteran journalist and cancer survivor Lu Ann Cahn was feeling angry and frustrated. The economy was tanking. Her job was changing. In a word, she felt “stuck.” Something had to change. Her daughter helped convince her to start a “Year of Firsts.” For the next 365 days, Cahn made a point of doing something she had never done before, every day. Before she knew it, her whole perspective on life had changed. In this inspiring book, Lu Ann recounts how a new “first” everyday brought excitement and wonder back into her world. And more than that, she helps readers see how they can do it too. • Participate in a Polar Bear Plunge • Speak to a complete stranger on the street • Zip-line across a crocodile-infested Mexican lake • Spend a day in a wheelchair • Learn to Hula Hoop
This book can serve as an important reference guide to political reporters, historians, students, elected and non-elected officials, political campaigners, game shows and trivia buffs while at the same time offer a historical profile of presidential first with fascinating tidbits and major events during the presidency of each president (first to forty-third) is in chronological order. The only vice president to serve two-full terms as President.[Jefferson] First sitting congressman to be elected president.[Garfield] First sitting senator to be elected president. [Harding] First president to die in office.[Harrison] First/only bachelor president.[Buchanan] First president to have blacks in the White House.[Lincoln] First to have telephone installed the White House.[Hayes] First/only president to be married in the White House.[Cleveland] First to install electricity in the White House.[Ben Harrison] First to create a war room in the White House, with maps.[ McKinley] First president to receive a Nobel Peace Prize.[Teddy Roosevelt] First president to introduce income tax.[Wilson] First/only president to be born on the Fourth of July.[Coolidge] The first/only president to be elected four times.[F. D. Roosevelt] The last president that was not a college graduate.[Truman] First president to travel in a nuclear-powered submarine.[Eisenhower] First/only Roman Catholic president.[Kennedy] The first president to visit all fifty states.[Nixon] The longest living president.[Ford] (93 years and 165 days) The first president that was born in a hospital.[Carter] Who was the oldest president when inaugurated. [Reagan] First son of a president to be reelected.[G.W. Bush] The first and only African American president. [Obama]
Why the Genealogy Puzzles of Genesis 5 and 11 Are in the Bible
Author: Leonard Timmons
Publisher: Sliding Stories LLC
i>From Adam to Noah-The Numbers Game," shows that the genealogy of Adam in Genesis 5 is a puzzle. Genesis 5 reports that people lived for over 900 years.Where are the clues that the genealogy of Genesis 5 is a puzzle?Here's the first: 1x56 years: Lamech's birth to Adam's death2x56 + 1 years: Lamech's birth to Enoch's disappearance 3x56 years: Lamech's birth to Seth's death Here's the second clue: 416 years: Lamech's death to Kenan's death 416 years: Lamech's birth to Mahalalel's death 416 years: Enosh's death to the birth of Noah's sons And the third clue: 1x84 years: Lamech's birth to Enosh's death 2x84 + 416 years: Jared's death to Noah's death 3x84 years: Enoch's birth to Lamech's birth A collection of real human ages would never display a pattern like this. Solving the puzzle reveals a fully functional, 2500+ year old calendar that is as accurate as our modern calendar. The extracted calendar is based on a 364-day year with a 369-day leap year and a 365-day year that occurs once every 33 years. The average length of a year for this 33-year calendar is 365.242424 days which is very near the length of the vernal equinox year of 365.242374 days on which our calendar is based. It is now clear that the Bible contains science. It's ancient science, but it's real science. The Bible writers were ancient scientists and the Bible is a repository of their work. If you're a scientist, engineer or technician and you've found it impossible to take the Bible seriously, now you can. Just as we were unable to recognize this calendar as a calendar, the science of the Bible has not been recognized as science because its' authors spoke in parables and riddles. This was a part of the Biblical culture. The book of Proverbs says that it will teach the reader how to understand the "words of the wise" which consist of proverbs, riddles and figures (puzzles). "Besides being wise, the Preacher also taught the people knowledge, weighing and studying and arranging proverbs with great care." (Ecc 12:9 RSV) "My mouth shall speak wisdom; the meditation of my heart shall be understanding. I will incline my ear to a proverb; I will solve my riddle to the music of the lyre. (Psa 49:3-4 RSV) So when Jesus taught using parables and riddles he was following a tradition that was ancient when Solomon was king. This kind of riddle extends far beyond the genealogy of Genesis 5. Genesis 1 to 11 contains a collection of riddles woven into a single fabric. The riddles continue through the book of Revelation. Once we understand these riddles we discover that the Bible actually contains a consistent, workable philosophy that can actually explain the way the world works. "