Monday, June 29, 2015

Que tengas un hermoso día - Tarjetas para compartir

Bromford DIY SOS

Some cool home decorator images:


Bromford DIY SOS
home decorator
Image by BromfordGroup
Bromford Support is set to change the outlook of one young man from Nuneaton by providing a DIY SOS style makeover for his home.

Following a submission from his support worker, a customer was selected by a panel to receive a very special makeover from a team of Bromford volunteers. The customer is also set to receive furniture from local ‘up-cycle’ initiative Second Chance, a food package from the local Trussell Trust food bank and an account from Nuneaton Credit Union with the opening balance provided by Bromford.

The customer’s run-down bedsit will be transformed on 28th June, with support and donations from B&M, Asda, Wilkinsons, Caldwell DIY Store, Dulux Decorator Centre and United Carpets. Bromford will also be providing a repairs engineer from its affordable housing arm to lend some DIY expertise.

Richard, who previously suffered from depression, said he was extremly grateful for the support Bromford had given. "The flat was covered in graffiti and wasn't a very nice place. It's loads different now and i can't wait to sepnd my time here. It'll make me so happy and is hopefully the first step in turning my life around"

For more info on the story, visit www.bromfordgroup.co.uk/news-hub/press-releases/2013/june...


Bromford DIY SOS
home decorator
Image by BromfordGroup
Bromford Support is set to change the outlook of one young man from Nuneaton by providing a DIY SOS style makeover for his home.

Following a submission from his support worker, a customer was selected by a panel to receive a very special makeover from a team of Bromford volunteers. The customer is also set to receive furniture from local ‘up-cycle’ initiative Second Chance, a food package from the local Trussell Trust food bank and an account from Nuneaton Credit Union with the opening balance provided by Bromford.

The customer’s run-down bedsit will be transformed on 28th June, with support and donations from B&M, Asda, Wilkinsons, Caldwell DIY Store, Dulux Decorator Centre and United Carpets. Bromford will also be providing a repairs engineer from its affordable housing arm to lend some DIY expertise.

Richard, who previously suffered from depression, said he was extremly grateful for the support Bromford had given. "The flat was covered in graffiti and wasn't a very nice place. It's loads different now and i can't wait to sepnd my time here. It'll make me so happy and is hopefully the first step in turning my life around"

For more info on the story, visit www.bromfordgroup.co.uk/news-hub/press-releases/2013/june...


Bromford DIY SOS
home decorator
Image by BromfordGroup
Bromford Support is set to change the outlook of one young man from Nuneaton by providing a DIY SOS style makeover for his home.

Following a submission from his support worker, a customer was selected by a panel to receive a very special makeover from a team of Bromford volunteers. The customer is also set to receive furniture from local ‘up-cycle’ initiative Second Chance, a food package from the local Trussell Trust food bank and an account from Nuneaton Credit Union with the opening balance provided by Bromford.

The customer’s run-down bedsit will be transformed on 28th June, with support and donations from B&M, Asda, Wilkinsons, Caldwell DIY Store, Dulux Decorator Centre and United Carpets. Bromford will also be providing a repairs engineer from its affordable housing arm to lend some DIY expertise.

Richard, who previously suffered from depression, said he was extremly grateful for the support Bromford had given. "The flat was covered in graffiti and wasn't a very nice place. It's loads different now and i can't wait to sepnd my time here. It'll make me so happy and is hopefully the first step in turning my life around"

For more info on the story, visit www.bromfordgroup.co.uk/news-hub/press-releases/2013/june...

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Fotografías en Rayos X by Nick Veasey - X-Ray Photography

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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Nice Woman And Home photos

A few nice woman and home images I found:


Habitat For Humanity 7th Women Build. Miami (day 4)
woman and home
Image by Victor L Antunez
Women Build

Women of action from across the county pitch in at Miami Habitat’s sixth Women Build (And a few guys ;)))

Tiara Armstrong had a few new friends over to her house this weekend. Or, where her completed home will be by Christmastime.

More than 20 South Florida women came to Liberty City last Saturday to help build Tomika’s new house, kicking off Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami’s sixth Women Build. The volunteers are just some of the 300 women expected to help construct the Jackson family home during 14 build-days spanning the next four months.

The Women Build, which runs until Dec. 4th, is sponsored by the Miami Habitat ReStore, an open-to-the-public retail outlet for discounted home goods and supplies. All proceeds from ReStore sales are used to build homes like Tomika’s, though this is the ReStore’s first Women Build sponsorship.

Women Build is a volunteer program developed by Habitat for Humanity International that aims to recruit, educate and nurture women to build—and advocate for—simple, decent and affordable houses. Each year, thousands of women across the country – including many in Miami-Dade County – participate in Women Builds.

This season’s Women Build is the second such event hosted by Miami Habitat this year and is the third of ten Women Build homes to be built in the next five years.

Homeowner Tomika Jackson was thrilled to be working on her new home with so many area women. “Everybody has been so nice to me, so good, so wonderful, so helpful,” she said. “You know, I couldn't even want it another way.”

Volunteer and Women Build coordinator Stephanie Sylvestre took a larger perspective on the unique, by-women, for-women project: "It's all about women giving back, coming together and showing that we can do great things."

All media inquiries should be directed to Joseph McDaniels at joseph.mcdaniels@miamihabitat.org


Habitat For Humanity 7th Women Build. Miami (day 4)
woman and home
Image by Victor L Antunez
Women Build

Women of action from across the county pitch in at Miami Habitat’s sixth Women Build (And a few guys ;)))

Tiara Armstrong had a few new friends over to her house this weekend. Or, where her completed home will be by Christmastime.

More than 20 South Florida women came to Liberty City last Saturday to help build Tomika’s new house, kicking off Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami’s sixth Women Build. The volunteers are just some of the 300 women expected to help construct the Jackson family home during 14 build-days spanning the next four months.

The Women Build, which runs until Dec. 4th, is sponsored by the Miami Habitat ReStore, an open-to-the-public retail outlet for discounted home goods and supplies. All proceeds from ReStore sales are used to build homes like Tomika’s, though this is the ReStore’s first Women Build sponsorship.

Women Build is a volunteer program developed by Habitat for Humanity International that aims to recruit, educate and nurture women to build—and advocate for—simple, decent and affordable houses. Each year, thousands of women across the country – including many in Miami-Dade County – participate in Women Builds.

This season’s Women Build is the second such event hosted by Miami Habitat this year and is the third of ten Women Build homes to be built in the next five years.

Homeowner Tomika Jackson was thrilled to be working on her new home with so many area women. “Everybody has been so nice to me, so good, so wonderful, so helpful,” she said. “You know, I couldn't even want it another way.”

Volunteer and Women Build coordinator Stephanie Sylvestre took a larger perspective on the unique, by-women, for-women project: "It's all about women giving back, coming together and showing that we can do great things."

All media inquiries should be directed to Joseph McDaniels at joseph.mcdaniels@miamihabitat.org


Habitat For Humanity 7th Women Build. Miami (day 4)
woman and home
Image by Victor L Antunez
Women Build

Women of action from across the county pitch in at Miami Habitat’s sixth Women Build (And a few guys ;)))

Tiara Armstrong had a few new friends over to her house this weekend. Or, where her completed home will be by Christmastime.

More than 20 South Florida women came to Liberty City last Saturday to help build Tomika’s new house, kicking off Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami’s sixth Women Build. The volunteers are just some of the 300 women expected to help construct the Jackson family home during 14 build-days spanning the next four months.

The Women Build, which runs until Dec. 4th, is sponsored by the Miami Habitat ReStore, an open-to-the-public retail outlet for discounted home goods and supplies. All proceeds from ReStore sales are used to build homes like Tomika’s, though this is the ReStore’s first Women Build sponsorship.

Women Build is a volunteer program developed by Habitat for Humanity International that aims to recruit, educate and nurture women to build—and advocate for—simple, decent and affordable houses. Each year, thousands of women across the country – including many in Miami-Dade County – participate in Women Builds.

This season’s Women Build is the second such event hosted by Miami Habitat this year and is the third of ten Women Build homes to be built in the next five years.

Homeowner Tomika Jackson was thrilled to be working on her new home with so many area women. “Everybody has been so nice to me, so good, so wonderful, so helpful,” she said. “You know, I couldn't even want it another way.”

Volunteer and Women Build coordinator Stephanie Sylvestre took a larger perspective on the unique, by-women, for-women project: "It's all about women giving back, coming together and showing that we can do great things."

All media inquiries should be directed to Joseph McDaniels at joseph.mcdaniels@miamihabitat.org

10 fotos de playas tropicales para tus próximas vacaciones...

Será muy grato saber que les ha gustado esta hermosa colección de fotos de playas tropicales donde podrán pasar sus próximas vacaciones.

Y si no es en este año, será el 2015. No olviden que la esperanza muere al último. Eso significa que nunca debemos perder la ilusión de que el mañana será mucho mejor.

Pasando a otro tema, ayer jueves 12 de junio empezó el mundial de fútbol soccer y aunque no soy muy fanático de este deporte, debo aceptar que los partidos entre países sí me llaman la atención.

Por lo tanto y tras no haber pagado a tiempo mi servicio de cable, me vi en la necesidad de ver el juego de Brasil contra Croacia a través de Internet el cual quedó 3-1 a favor de Brasil. Afortunadamente, Televisa está transmitiendo en vivo los partidos en el siguiente link.

Y hoy "Viernes 13", jugará México contra Camerún a las 11:00 de la mañana (Hora de México). Mis pronósticos para este partido es un empate de 1 a 1. Y a todo lo dicho, ¿usted qué opina?

Dream Home study 2

Some cool hgtv dream home images:


Dream Home study 2
hgtv dream home
Image by jeweledlion


Dream Home back porch
hgtv dream home
Image by jeweledlion


Dream Home kids room
hgtv dream home
Image by jeweledlion

Friday, June 26, 2015

Pattaya Beach, Tailandia, Bangkok. - Playas y Puertos

Pattaya es una hermosa ciudad de Tailandia localizada en la costa este del golfo de Siam, a 130 kilómetros al sureste de Bangkok, dentro de Amphoe Bang Lamung en la provincia de Chon Buri. Si deseas conocer más sobre este hermoso destino turístico, puedes ver el siguiente vídeo.
Si prefiere saber sobre la vida nocturna en Pattaya, vea este vídeo.