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After Vicki puked in the toilet – narrowly avoiding Heather’s Chanel luggage (which is actually made from the pelts of nubile anacondas) she feels well enough to travel to the luxurious resort. Meghan decides Moorea is kind of like Bora Bora, except it’s for girls trips, not honeymoons. Meghan is a sophisticated world traveler, dontchaknow – she can see Nevada from her backyard. Upon arriving at the resort the girls were greeted by tribal dancers who woo hoo sans underwear and gave Tamra a sighting of Tahitian balls. Shannon Beador doesn’t know what she’s supposed to be looking at but Heather is clutching her pearls like oh dearie me – male vaginas are so distasteful. It’s about to get worse though, because then Tamra rips off her shirt and dives into the clear blue water (eerie premonition for tonight’s wild events). It’s Meghan’s turn to be scandalized as she refuses to join Tamra in topless swimming because duh – this isn’t France and she has to set an example as the HashtagCoolStepMom to not give into peer pressure. But listen: Jesus blessed Tamra with a new set of boobs and she’s gonna show em’ off. Jesus Jugs Jr. does realize there were little blurry dots covering them, right. Heather , governess of girls gone wild, briskly walks to the pier and demands Tamra get out of the ocean this instant and cover herself. Meanwhile Shannon busts out her party favors: a vaporizer. It was a nebulizer for her breathing issues (does that double as a snorkel. There’s no fun in the sun until mama isn’t hacking up a lung. The theme of this trip is apparently gagging because over dinner everyone is critiquing the food and Vicki would like her steak cooked a little more. Meghan doesn’t approve – she just wishes these heathens were more elegant and sophisticated – just like her. But karma is the ultimate heathen. While Meghan is fronting like Heather 2. 0 she takes a bite of scallop and dry heaves. In a headband. While the girls are away Brooks is hanging out with David and the other husbands. Vicki is worried he’ll eat white bread while she’s gone ( Shannon shares the same concern about David… ). Apparently Brooks is. Source: www.realitytea.com
"Gone Cold: Exploring Iowa's unsolved murders" is a yearlong collaborative effort by Iowa news organizations to revisit some of the most brutal and mystifying homicides in Iowa’s history. Beginning today and in the weeks following, we’ll share information about many of the state’s 438 unsolved homicides. It is our hope that by sharing these stories with a broad audience, justice will come for some of these victims. Victims like Evansdale cousins Lyric Cook-Morrissey, 10, and Elizabeth Collins, 8, who were abducted in July 2012 near Evansdale and whose bodies were found five months later 24 miles away in rural Bremer County. And Realtor Dorothy Miller, who on Aug. 18, 1969, was raped and stabbed while showing an unoccupied house in Burlington. Each week for the next year, Iowa news organizations will explore cold cases –- those that law enforcement no longer has any clues on which to follow up. A case can go cold weeks, months or even years after the death. And it can be reopened if new evidence is introduced. There is no statute of limitations on murder. Brian Powers, The Register. Jody Ewing at her home in Onawa, Iowa, on June 25. Ewing is the founder of Iowa Cold Cases, a website dedicated to cold cases around the state. Originally started as part of a reporting project, Ewing found herself in shock when she had to put her own father, pictured in the portrait above her, on the website after he was killed in an explosion. ONAWA, Iowa | She was writing book reviews for a Sioux City newspaper, which even 10 years ago wasn’t considered eye-grabbing material for the masses. An editor asked her to take on a series of cold cases — unsolved murders — the kind you see on TV shows. People love that stuff. With three unfinished novels in a drawer, Jody Ewing could hardly turn down an assignment. And when she heard about Donna Sue Davis, there was no going back to writing about books. The 21-month-old toddler with clear blue eyes and curly blond hair was snatched from a crib in her home in a working-class Sioux City neighborhood and later raped, sodomized, beaten and killed from a severe blow to the head. Her killer was never found. “I couldn’t believe in 1955 that someone could commit such a heinous crime and not be caught,” Ewing said. Ewing ached for Donna Sue and the other victims. Thoughts of their still-free murderers kept her up at night. The Onawa woman. Source: siouxcityjournal.com
CINCINNATI, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- For more than 30 years, Clearblue® has connected women across the globe, allowing them to share in the same first "Mother's Day" moment – the moment when they see their positive home pregnancy test. With a little help from former "Bachelorette" DeAnna Pappas Stagliano and country music artist Jessie James Decker, Clearblue® is proud to honor all moms, moms-to-be, and women who are trying to conceive with a video reminder of the joy of... Experience the interactive Multimedia News Release here: http://www. com/players/English/7511851-clearblue-mother-s-day-video/. DeAnna, mother of one, and Jessie, currently pregnant with her second child – a baby boy – teamed up with Clearblue® to share their personal pregnancy stories, demonstrating how every woman's journey to motherhood is unique and special. DeAnna even shared her never-before-seen personal pregnancy announcement footage from when she and her husband, Stephen Stagliano, revealed the positive news to their family. "Nothing compares to that moment when you find out you're pregnant. I was in my bathroom at home feeling ecstatic and nervous all at the same time," said DeAnna. "However, I was reassured to know that Clearblue® pregnancy tests provide clear, accurate results. So when I finally saw the word 'pregnant' after nearly a year of trying to conceive, I knew I could be confident that I really was pregnant, and I couldn't wait to tell my husband our dream was finally coming true. Moms-to-be are very creative when it comes to sharing their happy news, from posting beautiful photos on social media to capturing loved ones' reactions on video when they reveal the news. This growing trend inspired Clearblue® to compile several exciting announcements into a celebratory video. "We are thrilled to feature some of our favorite announcements in our new Mother's Day video and share it with our Clearblue® Facebook community as a way to celebrate and inspire them," said Leah Wood, Clearblue® Brand Manager. "Women have turned to Clearblue® pregnancy tests for accurate results for the past 30 years, and we're proud to be there for their first 'Mother's Day' memory, providing them the confidence to dream about their future family. Mother's Day is the perfect time to celebrate that special positive home pregnancy test – the first step in the motherhood. Source: www.marketwatch.com
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