Sky and Earth Cielo Y Tierra: Poems Poemas by Christina WatkinsPublished poet Christina Watkinss new book released through Xlibris, SKY AND EARTH CIELO Y TIERRA, is a collection of lyrical poems written in both English and Spanish. The languages face each other, one on one side of the page, the other across from it. The spiritual and reflective nature of the poems suits this unusual format. The poems in, SKY AND EARTH CIELO Y TIERRA, were written over many years and provide the reader with a sense of being on a journey with the poet. The piece To My Mother uses garden imagery to convey the depth of experience and love mother and daughter share. Western Dancing is a sassy little poem about what it is like for a woman to dance always backward as is the style in some parts of the southwestern United States. Love-Speak warns of what can happen if words are spoken carelessly. Small Brown-Eyed Boy tenderly describes a beloved small boy who grows up to face circumstances similar to those Jesus faced at the end of his life. The poems are romantic in the way they use landscape, particularly the landscape of the southwestern United States and Mexico, although there are eastern images here too. The poems exhibit both lightness and depth. There is the feeling of loneliness growing into solitude and of the rhythm of dancing moving into wisdom and love. SKY AND EARTH CIELO Y TIERRA inspires and comforts as it prompts the reader to reflect on life lived. Line drawings by Lucy Billingsley fit the meaning and feeling of the writing delightfully. For more information, please visit www.skyandearthcieloytierra.com
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A 5 star rating still isn't high enough for how satisfied I am with Christina. She was awesome and so professional yet comfortable enough to be very approachable and easy to work with. She has an eye for how to get the perfect picture! She is, in my book the best photographer around and I am more then pleased with how she captured our special day in pictures for our family to enjoy for years to come. Christina was wonderful to work with.
Christina Watkins, a senior computer science major at the University of Oregon, took an unusual path to land in Eugene. As a kid, she dreamed of one day returning to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. Unfortunately, even with the help of scholarships, tuition was still too expensive. Watkins decided it would be in her best financial interest to find another school. I ended up applying, receiving a scholarship, and I guess you can say the rest is history. Watkins dove in headfirst when it came to approaching the unknown.
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A landlord, who lets tenements in a building to different tenants, with a right of way in common over an uncovered piazza annexed to the rear of the building, and extending its whole length, and over steps leading from the end of the piazza down to the street, is liable to a tenant injured, while in the exercise of due care, by falling upon ice accumulated upon the piazza and steps, by reason of water flowing thereon from a defective pipe connecting with the roof of the building. In an action for personal injuries occasioned to the plaintiff, by falling upon ice accumulated on an uncovered piazza and steps of a building owned by the defendant, and occupied by the plaintiff and by other tenants, the plaintiff testified that she knew ice had accumulated there, and that it had been there several days before the accident; that there was a ridge of ice on the piazza and also on the steps; that, during the night before the accident, it had snowed and covered the ice; that, when she heard a bell rung by a yeast-man, she took a cup and a broom, and started out of the back door of her tenement for the street; that, as she went along the piazza, she pushed the snow in front of her with one hand upon the broom and the other holding the cup; that she looked towards the yeast-man; that she "had not presence of mind to be thinking about ice," but "was thinking about yeast;" and that she struck the ridge of ice and fell. Held, that the question whether the plaintiff was in the exercise of due care was for the jury. TORT for personal injuries occasioned to the plaintiff by falling upon ice accumulated on an uncovered piazza and steps belonging to the defendant. Trial in the Superior Court, before.
Based in Whitchurch Police Station, Christina serves the Whitchurch and Tongwynlais areas, making it her aim to help and support people who need her assistance. The well-respected PCSO has received many letters of praise from residents thanking her for her efforts in tackling crime, helping young people in the area and other community issues. Some of the activities Christina has introduced include a drop-in centre for youngsters, an annual fun day, introducing a junior PCSO to a school, and helping set up Stornet, a radio communications system for retailers to help reduce and detect crime. She also spends a lot of her spare time organising events for young people on her patch. It shows people still care about their community and it shows people working together. By Jessica Flynn.
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