[ADV] [Gear Stone Software] Summer With Nieces
It was my first homecoming in 5 years.My two nieces had grown up beautifully.We gradually became reacquainted,and the burdens of my life dissipated like clouds in the sun.My mind returns often to that time...That summer----------------Those good days with my nieces.[From DLsite English]
[ADV] [Gear Stone Software] Summer With Nieces
* Story It was my first homecoming in 5 years. My two nieces had grown up beautifully. We gradually became reacquainted, and the burdens of my life dissipated like clouds in the sun. My mind returns often to that time... That summer----------------Those good days with my nieces. * System Choose locations on the map and trigger events. Osawari Mode allows you interact with "touching". It's possible to mistake their mood and "mistake", but messages and the status screen provide reference for success and a deeper intimacy. Animated interaction No voice acting * NotesRecommend purchase with DLsite account for updates. Please play the trial version to confirm compatibility. * Official site
With the race starting at midday from Heathrow's car park, Hammond and May were able to check in straight away, but the time of their flight meant that Clarkson was able to reach the Channel Tunnel before their plane actually left the runway. However, Clarkson discovered that the 1:30pm train his car was booked on "didn't exist" - whereas Hammond and May presumed that he must have missed it - and so was still stuck in Folkestone by the time Hammond and May had left Newcastle Airport, from where they got on a bus to connect to Newcastle's ferry terminal. Clarkson's journey had been so delayed that by the time he arrived in Calais, Hammond and May's ferry had already departed from Newcastle harbour. Although Clarkson was able to travel through France and Belgium without any difficulty, he encountered appalling rush-hour traffic as he entered The Netherlands, and so he had to work out a new, longer route across the north of the country that avoided the traffic jams. However, as he was crossing the Afsluitdijk, with still over 830 miles to go, Hammond and May's ferry was nearly half-way through its entire journey to Kristiansand. Despite this deficit, he remained confident that any time he had lost in Holland he would be able to make up on Germany's Autobahns, many of which had no mandated speed limits. Indeed, by being able to hit speeds upwards of 160 miles per hour (257 km/h), he took the lead in the race and was able to reach the Danish border just as Hammond and May's ferry was entering the last third of its journey. Even with the significant delays at Folkestone and the traffic in Holland, he had covered 650 miles in 12 hours, but as midnight came and went, Clarkson's tiredness began to kick in. Despite stopping at several petrol stations for coffee, he eventually decided to pull over at a service station just outside Copenhagen and went to sleep in the car.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Smith; his children, Darrah Smith of De Queen, Quinton Leakeith Stinnett, Cameron Jerhmaine Stinnett; four brothers, Joseph Brown Jr. of St. Louis, Missouri, Douglas Edward Brown of Duncanville, Texas, Jimmy Lee Brown of Manhattan, New York and Jackie Leonard Brown of Monroe, LA; five sisters, Melinda Brown Dickens of Dallas, Texas, Joy Lynn Brown of Monroe, LA, Lila McCary of West Monroe, LA and Cody Langford of Fort Worth, Texas, Vanessa Brown Livingston of St Louis, Missouri; one grandson, Leakeith Scott Smith; one uncle, Clyde Bell Mitchell of Monroe, LA and a number of nieces and nephews.Memorial service for Mr. Smith will be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday, December 31, 2022 in the Wilkerson Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Tim Johnson officiating.
Mrs. Helen Ruth Cannon Robbins, age 87, resident of Dierks, Arkansas, passed away Thursday, November 24, 2022, in Little Rock, Arkansas.Helen was born on April 24, 1938, in Lockesburg, Arkansas, to Vertice and Gladys Pool Cannon. She was a member of the Dilworth Cumberland Presbyterian Church and was a Homemaker. Helen had a givers heart and worked a number of years as a Home Health Aide. She enjoyed crafting, going to gospel singings, and shoe shopping. Most of all, she cherished the time spent with her loving family and friends.She was preceded in death by her parents, Vertice and Gladys Cannon; her husband, Harold Robbins; three brothers, Joe Cannon, E.K. Cannon, and Lewis Cannon; and two sisters, Pat Collins and husband Bill, and Dorothy White and husband Neil.Helen is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Doris and Freddy Vincent of Westville, Oklahoma; one son, David Helms of Gainesville, Florida; two granddaughters and their spouses, Rachelle and Brian Vann of Westville, Oklahoma, and Lisa and Eugene Dart of Siloam Springs, Arkansas; four great-grandchildren, Stella Dart, Demetri Vincent, William Dart, and Rebecca Dart; as well as a number of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and a host of friends whom she dearly loved.Graveside Services for Mrs. Helen Robbins will be held at 1:00 P.M., Monday, November 28, 2022, at McHorse Cemetery with Bro. Larry Fry officiating. Interment will follow, under the direction of Chandler Funeral Home, De Queen. The family will receive friends from 12:00 P.M. to 1:00 P.M., Monday, at the cemetery. You may leave a condolence online at www.chandlerfuneral.com.
J. Darrell Kennedy on November 30, 2021. James Darrell Kennedy, 85, passed away on November 30, 2021, in his home with his wife by his side. Mr. Kennedy was born in New Castle, PA, and was the son of the late Kenneth and Olive Garlo Kennedy. He was a veteran of the US Army and has lived in Virginia for over 60 years. At the age of 37, he received the level of Life Master Bridge Player. He retired from the Norfolk Public School System, and was an Adjunct, Professor, teaching Statistics in various colleges and universities. He was an active long-time member of Wycliffe Presbyterian Church in, Virginia Beach where he and his wife have been members since 1983. He is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Joan Saunders Kennedy, a brother, Robert Kennedy and his wife Jane of Butler, PA, and two, sisters, Beverly Horton and her husband Don of Grovetown, GA, and, Elizabeth Kennedy of Boca Raton, FL, his step mother, Lillian Kennedy, of Portersville, PA, 3 nieces, 4 nephews, 3 great nieces, 4 great nephews, as well as extended family members and good friends.
Ensure they enjoy the summer with a portable, water-resistant speaker like this version from Anker. It's got a 12-hour battery life as well as LED lights on the bottom that they can adjust for five different lighting moods. We think it's the best relatively cheap Bluetooth speaker you can buy.
Whether you opt to rent your own gear or join a guided tour (if you want to learn about all the attractions which float by, opt for the latter) kayaking down the Scioto river offers some incredible views without the crowds and without breaking the bank
Marjorie Lela Verrill, 77, Limerick, Maine died peacefully on Sunday, March 22 at Maine Medical Center after a lengthy battle with cancer and heart disease. She was born on September 12, 1931 in Lewiston, Maine, the daughter of Willis and Lela Moody and grew up on a farm in Poland, Maine. She graduated from Edward Little High School in 1950 and then raised her family on a farm in North Yarmouth, Maine. She looked forward to the area agricultural fairs in the fall and the horse pulling events. She enjoyed baking and was especially skilled at pie and bread making. An avid walker, her other interests included traveling, gardening, knitting, and reading. She loved her granddaughter Kelly and spent many wonderful hours with her. Her cats Lacey and Lucy were also an important part of her life. Marjorie was recently employed by Hannaford Brothers in Waterboro, Maine where she made many new friends. Earlier, she worked in the snack bar at Willowbrook, An 18th Century Museum in Newfield, Maine. Often she could be found before or after work helping to maintain the flower gardens. She is survived by. her daughter Joyce Rumery of Old Town, her daughter Joan Wright of Limerick and her husband Roger. her granddaughter Kelly. her sister Olive Libby of Auburn. her sister Jean Harris of Minot and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, March 26th at the Gracelawn Memorial Park 980 Turner Street, Auburn, Maine. Interment will be later in the spring at Kenney Cemetery in Brooks, Maine.
In his middle years and well into retirement, Arthur enjoyed skiing with his family, playing bridge, traveling with Beatrice, and vacationing at the family summer cottage on Lake Pocasset in Wayne. He was a devoted husband and had a strong sense of the duty of supporting his wife and family.
Marilyn 'Dee' Gould July 13, 1923- Dec. 24, 2008 FREEPORT -- Loving mother of four and grandmother of four, as well as mother figure to many more, Dee passed away unexpectedly from a cerebral hemorrhage on Dec. 24, 2008, surrounded by family, the way she liked it best. A true friend and mother to everyone who passed through her door, Dee will always be remembered as a woman who opened her heart and her home to all who knew her. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dee was raised in Philadelphia by her parents, Howard T. and Florence R. Mitchell. While attending the University of Pennsylvania and earning her bachelor's degree in education, she met Charles S. Gould, a young, dashing merchant mariner on a blind date arranged by her Alpha Chi Omega sorority sister. On Aug. 17, 1946, the two married and began their life together in New Brunswick, N.J. Dee taught kindergarten and Charlie worked towards his master's degree at Rutgers University. In 1954, Charlie, a sales representative at Dupont Chemical, was transferred to Maine and they settled there after a brief stint in Texas. In 1956, they moved to their home in South Freeport and raised their four children. Dee was a member of The South Freeport Congregational Church where she was a long time choir member (she had a voice like an angel), organist and junior choir director. A member of the Harraseeket Yacht Club, Dee was also politically active in town and county politics and was an accomplished piano player who even taught lessons for a few years. In 1966, Dee went back to work first at Job Corps in Poland Springs, then later, in 1970, as a psychiatric social worker at the Bridgeton Mental Health Clinic. Later in 1978, she transferred to Maine Medical Center where, in addition to her duties in the psychiatric unit, she did consultations in the ER and burn units. Dee's experiences made her a firm advocate of family participation. She once said, 'I'm a great believer in family involvement. People don't live in a vacuum, they live in a system with others. Mental illness represents great challenges, but with understanding comes acceptance.' No one knew more about family acceptance than Dee herself. After her retirement in 1990, she turned her attention and efforts to her family and friends, keeping up a long-standing Gould family tradition called 'Augustfest,' a family reunion held in their home for the past 30 years or so. Augustfest was an event which Dee planned and executed in her typical way-with tons of love and even more important perhaps, her 'meticulous' lists of everything from guests to menus to sleeping arrangements. No matter whether 10 people attended or 100, Dee was ready for anything. Dee is survived by her husband of 62 years, Charles S. Gould; her children, Charles M. Gould of Portland, Barbara L. Gould of Lincolnville, Matthew R. Gould of Falmouth, Mass., and James D. Gould of Natick, Mass.; and her four grandchildren, Louisa, Morgan, Steven and Danny; as well as many, many beloved cousins, nieces, nephews and close friends whom she considered her own. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to hospice or another charity of your choice Marilyn 'Dee' Gould