'In these moments you have the opportunity to burry someone or lift them up,' Tyler wrote online. 'We need to lift HB up from this. She is learning and growing just like every single one of us. Love rids hate. Hate only makes more hate. Let's learn and lift each other up with love.' … [Read more...] about Tyler Cameron wishes his late mother Andrea a happy birthday just months after her passing at age 55 from brain aneurysm: ‘We miss you’
Clearly feeling guilty about having an affair with a married man, Belle told Jamie she didn't want to come between his family and break it up - but the two soon kissed and made-up when the vet said he wanted to leave his wife for her. … [Read more...] about Emmerdale spoilers: Dingles turn on Belle as Andrea frames her for exposing her own affair with Jamie
Another was beside themselves, penning: "Is a guy asking for your hand in marriage even a thing anymore?! My dad wouldn't be the one marrying him so it's irrelevant what he thinks. My life so my decision #LooseWomen." … [Read more...] about Loose Women viewers clash over whether wedding tradition is outdated or respectful
Even some who support the use of computers in the classroom share the concern about the negative impact of technology. “The role of technology at home is potentially damaging children’s communication skills with their parents who are using it as an electronic babysitter,” says Andrews. “More and more children are coming into primary school with their spoken language as an issue so we are using technology in the classroom to record their language as a way of getting them talking to their parents.” … [Read more...] about Could Steiner schools have a point on children, tablets and tech?
Tracing Alexander von Humboldt in Europe The Americas' second discoverer Humboldt journeyed through Latin America for five years with his assistant Aimé Bonpland. On June 22nd, 1802, he climbed Mount Chimbarazo in the Andes (picture), at 6,310 meters (20,702 ft) above sea level, considered at the time to be the world's highest mountain. In a way, his precise geographical measurements and classification of flora made him — after Columbus — America's second discoverer. … [Read more...] about Cross causes controversy atop reconstructed Berlin Palace