I am pro-Proposition 8. I believe very strongly that marriage is a time-honored and socially critical covenant between a man and a woman with the chief purpose of conceiving and raising children in a loving family environment - a covenant that has been gradually eroded and made to seem wholly irrelevant (until now) over the last 40-plus years.
Dieting in the 1940s was a lot different than what we are used to today, and Betty Waldner of Thousand Oaks can attest to that. She has been a nutritionist for almost 60 years.
Nancy Alexandra Webb walked on the rose-peddled ground to meet her fiance, William Anthony Tozzi, who stood at the gazebo. Her long, soft pink wedding gown dragged slightly behind her, and her tiara sparkled under the clear October sky, as her two sons escorted her down the aisle. The voices of the bride and groom, singing the song "The Keeper of the Stars," filled the ears of all who attended as they gazed on their glowing faces.
Susie Jones moved to Santa Clarita in July 1969. There were no apartments here at the time, and the only hotel was the Ranch House.
There's more to being a tea enthusiast than just drinking tea. Anyone can make a cup of tea and drink it. What most people don't realize is that there's a complete tea culture out there. A culture not only filled with a variety of teas, but also of etiquette, hospitality, good conversation, and of course, delicious little tea sandwiches and scones.
Vicky Minniss remembered seeing an advertisement of Cheryl Broughton in army pants, a white cropped tank top, and a drill instructor's hat, pointing at the camera as if she was pointing directly at her saying "I want you." The poster advertised Broughton's exercise program, Fitness Edge Boot Camp, established in the Santa Clarita Valley in 2001.
When selecting a Medicare plan, seniors have a wide variety of choices, so it's important for them to research the options and choose a plan that will best suit their needs.
An elderly lady is shopping at a local grocery store. She places her unzipped, fairly large, beige purse in the baby seat of the shopping cart. She strolls down an aisle and stops at the tomato sauces. She needs a good sauce to go with the pasta meal she is planning to cook later in the week. As she scans the shelves, a stranger approaches her.
Torrey, a rare standard parti poodle, and Gunner, her standard poodle playmate, enjoyed the summer sun running around and playing their own doggie version of tag in the backyard of a Canyon Country home.