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Oregon is home to a portion of the Cascades Mountain Range, which has many active volcanic peaks. One of the most famous volcanoes is called the Three Sisters, which are three separate peaks close together. They each tower over 10,000 feet (3,000 meters) elevation, and the southernmost is closely watched due to high potential for an eruption.
Updated for 2018-Learn how to earn the Violet Daisy Girl Scout petal "Be a Sister to Every Girl Scout".
Attending fraternity parties is a common part of college social life. Sometimes, however, sorority sisters may find themselves in less than safe situations. Fraternity parties can be a lot of fun, but there are some precautions women can take to be safe as well. ...
The Trung sisters, this is the story of two Vietnamese sisters who liberated a nation. The Trung sisters where born in northern Vietnam in a rural village. Their original family name was Lac. They were the daughters of General Lac, a prefect of Me Linh...
In Bavaria, Germany there was a girl named Berta Hummel who had artistic talent. Her father enrolled her in art school at the Academy of Applied arts in Munich when she was 18 years old. Bertha made friends with some nuns and joined the convent of Siesson on her...
Disney's Frozen starts off with two young princesses; Elsa and Anna. Anna, the younger sister, is eager to wake up her older sister Elsa so that they can play together. It is still dark out though, and Elsa would rather continue sleeping. That is until Anna asks sweetly, "Do you want to build a snowman?" That simple question wakes Elsa up a bit and they run to the great ballroom of the castle to play.
The Victorians were simply obsessed by the supernatural; it pervaded all realms of life. People routinely believed in ghosts, fairies, the possibility of psychic phenomena and telepathy. There was also a popular belief that it was possible to communicate with the dead, by the use of such means: as Ouija boards, table knocking and automatic writing.
There are only a few Catholic saints who have lived all or part of their lives in the United States and only a few of them are female. Read on to discover the lives of a few women who can inspire all of mankind.
Today my sister and I volunteered to help clean up the riverbank of the Columbia River. She had seen a cry for volunteer help in the online newspaper and alerted me to the cause. I had seen the ad myself and didn't want to volunteer by myself so the invitation from my sister was a welcome reason to go. We met at her apartment and carpooled because we assumed that parking would be limited due to the flood of community support.
Bernadette Soubirous, after her visions at the Grotto at Lourdes in 1858, retired to a convent in Nevers in 1866 to hide away from the public eye. While there she was tormented by an insanely jealous Mother Superior who made her last few years miserable. She died at age 35 in the convent.
Are you thinking of popping that all important question soon, but don't
know your girlfriend's ring size? Finding your girlfriend's ring size
for purchasing an engagement ring can be nerve wrecking because you
don't want her to figure out what you have in store.
There are a few subtle ways that...