Bonita Petersen

Bonita Petersen

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K-LOVE's Encouraging Word. The Lord gives his people strength. The Lord blesses them with peace. Psalm 29:11 NLT

K-LOVE's Encouraging Word. The Lord gives his people strength. The Lord blesses them with peace.

The Lord will give strength unto his people; The Lord will bless His people with peace. ~ Psalm 29:1 KJV

The Lord will give strength unto his people; The Lord will bless His people with peace.it's a Very comforting verse to lean on.

The No Squats Belly, Butt, and Thighs Workout

2 weeks and a wall…flat belly, slim thighs, firm butt. No sit ups. 2 weeks and a wall…flat belly, slim thighs, firm butt. No sit ups.

Use this handy 3-day whole body workout program to tone your arms, legs, and abs! #FitnessFriday

Use this handy whole body workout program to tone your arms, legs, and abs! Pretty busy this week so I'll probably do this Monday Wednesday and Friday

Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson makes history to become first black woman to win world swimming title

Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson makes history to become first black woman to win the FINA World Championship swimming title.

Juana Galán (1787-1812) was known for beating Napoleon’s troops out of her village during the Battle of Valdepeñas in June, 1808. There weren’t enough men to defend the village from invading French. Juana, 21, immediately rallied all of the women in the village. When the French troops marched in, the women dumped boiling oil on top of them. Juana stood in the street with a large club and beat seven shades of shit out of any French soldier that crossed her path. The French never returned.

In Juana Galan organized the women of her town to fight off the approaching Napoleonic army by dumping boiling water and oil on their heads and beating them off with sticks. The French retreated from the town and La Mancha as a whole.

Nellie Bly (1864-1922) was the pen name of American pioneer female journalist Elizabeth Jane Cochran. She remains notable for two feats: an 1889 72-day record-breaking trip around the world in emulation of Jules Verne's character Phileas Fogg, and an exposé in which she faked insanity to study a mental institution from within. In addition to her writing, she was also an industrialist, charity worker, and inventor (receiving patents for am improved milk can and a stacking garbage can).

Nellie Bly (May 1864 – January was the pen name of American journalist Elizabeth Jane Cochrane. She was a ground-breaking reporter known for a record-breaking trip around the world in 72 days, in emulation of Jules Verne's fictional character Phileas Fogg

James Gray was born Hannah Snell in 1723. After her baby died, her husband deserted her. She began dressing as a man, tracking down her husband who had been executed for murder. So she joined the Royal Marines, and was sent to battle twice. After, she told her story to the newspapers and was granted a military pension. She opened a pub called "The Female Warrior," remarried and had two children.

James Gray was born Hannah Snell in 1723 in Worcester, England. As a child she played soldiers, but was otherwise seen as a normal young girl. In 1744 she married James Summs, and two years later gave.