Posted on October 12, 2020 by iwano@_84
Cute doggies? Check. Cute costumes? Check.
Adorable way to let people know about rescue dogs? Check, times a gabillion.
Huntsville resident Sara Alavi has been fostering rescue dogs until they can be adopted. And to help find those forever homes, Alavi created the Instagram page @dearpups. “I created the page to share some fun images of my own rescue dogs and some of my fosters in hopes that they might get adopted,” she said, although she says has been lax in keeping it updated in the past.
Now she’s found an awwww-inspiring way to keep her page current: During October, she is posting photos each day of her dog, Nelly aka Jellybean, and some of her fosters wearing Halloween costumes. She is calling the challenge Nellyween and so far it includes costumes like Ruff Bader Ginsburg, Eve, Carol Baskin, and even the famed dress from Carol Burnett’s parody of “Gone
Posted on October 3, 2020 by iwano@_84
There wasn’t a nicer on-campus stadium for college football in the entire country than the one in Tuscaloosa.
That’s what I thought about Bryant-Denny before the $107 million renovation. Now? Now, I understand the psychology of those Egyptian pharaohs of old. They wanted eternal homes worthy of not just kings, but gods amongst men.
No. 2 Alabama reopens its palace of Southern power on Saturday with a 2:30 p.m. home game against No.13 Texas A&M. It’s a fittingly symbolic matchup of wealth and extravagance. Texas A&M might have the most money of anyone in the SEC, and the Aggies’ Kyle Field is an experience more than place, but Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium is a monument to an entire state’s uncompromising, unapologetic love for college football.
We do it better than anyone, for good or ill.
Bryant-Denny Stadium is a house of worship, a source of dreams and a place of business.
Posted on September 30, 2020 by iwano@_84
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced Wednesday the resumption on Oct. 2 of limited in-person visits to nursing homes more than six months after they locked down in response to coronavirus.
Each nursing home resident will be allowed one caregiver or visitor at a time. Nursing homes can only permit indoor visits if they have not had a positive coronavirus case in two weeks, according to the Alabama Nursing Home Association. Facilities can limit the total number of visitors at one time and masks and social distancing will be required.
The Alabama Nursing Home Association provided the following guidance to family members:
· Do schedule an appointment to visit with your loved one
· Do use alcohol-based hand sanitizer before, during and after your visit
· Do wear a mask covering your mouth and nose during your entire visit in the facility
· Do maintain social distance of at least six