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Arriving Home

Author : James T. Farmer (III)
ISBN : 1423654137
Genre : Architecture, Domestic
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Classic Southern charm lovingly refreshed in both style and comfort. Traditional style stands the test of time. That is the mantra for James Farmer's aesthetic. Classic tastes melded with fresh approaches for how we live and love in homes. In these homes high style and relaxed comfort are displayed hand in hand. Discover antiques mixed with new upholstery, collections and art displayed against pattern and textured wall coverings, and layers of jute, sisal, and wood grounding the floors while doses of intentional color keep the rooms personable. From a grand Connecticut country home to a stately St. Louis house or a columned antebellum Alabama home, Farmer's style travels the country to set the tone for the lives of his clients. Homes in the city, the mountains, the country, and coastal locales are all reflected in this journey while being rooted in Southern design. James Farmeris the author ofA Place to Call Home, A Time to Plant, A Time to Cook, A Time to Celebrate, Porch Living,and Dinner on the Grounds.His company, James Farmer Inc, is a full-service design company, including interiors and landscape. He lives in Perry, Georgia. Jeff Herris an editorial and commercial photographer in home, lifestyle, and travel. His interior and exterior images have appeared in media from Atlantamagazine to the Wall StreetJournal.

Life After Vietnam When Chucky Comes Marching Home

Author : Chuck Sanders
ISBN : 9781628572780
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A young man went off to answer his country's call. He had all the right thoughts, like God, corps, country, and mom. Good is good and wrong is bad. After his service in Vietnam, he learns that what we perceive as good is not always the way everyone else views it. At a young age, he sees too much killing. Adapting to life as a warrior, he has become the enemy in order to defeat the enemy. He returns to the United States to discover everything changed. He no longer fits. His fiancee married someone else and his friends are all gone. His new best friend is the bottle. Everyone and everything has changed except him; the world has moved forward but he is somehow stuck in the past. After Vietnam, his journey carries him through several divorces and failed relationships. He tries the biker life, which makes him feel like a warrior again, and is happy only when living on the edge. But this leads to prison, with the court system favoring the rich. The poor man does time, while the rich man walks free in the let's-make-a-deal legal system. He has several bouts with alcoholism and drugs, is called to the ministry, and again turns to the bottle. It is the love of a beautiful Hawaiian/Chinese woman that saves him. Sober for many years now, he says it is due to this woman's love and the grace of God.

Mosby S Textbook For The Home Care Aide E Book

Author : Joan M. Birchenall
ISBN : 9780323292948
Genre : Medical
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Covering the essential content and procedures a home care aide needs to know, Mosby’s Textbook for the Home Care Aide, 3rd Edition prepares you for success in this rapidly growing field. A clear approach makes the book easy to use and understand, featuring hundreds of full-color photographs and drawings along with step-by-step procedures for skills performed by home care aides. Updated and expanded in this edition are chapters on meeting the client’s nutritional needs and on getting and keeping a job. Written by home care experts Joan Birchenall and Eileen Streight, this textbook prepares you for the many types of situations you may encounter as a home care aide. Hundreds of full-color photos and drawings depict key ideas and clearly demonstrate procedure steps. Procedures provide step-by-step, easy-to-understand instructions on performing important skills and tasks. UNIQUE! A cast of caregivers, including a supervisor and four home care aides, are highlighted in scenarios that provide realistic examples of the types of situations you are likely to encounter in the home care environment. Guidelines for Observing, Recording, and Reporting (ORR) are highlighted throughout the text, emphasizing the home care aide’s responsibilities for observing and documenting the client’s condition and care. Key considerations and reminders are presented in color font to emphasize the importance of performing these actions. Objectives and Key Terms in each chapter focus your attention on essential information. Chapter summaries and study questions review the key points in each chapter. Updated/Expanded Meeting the Client’s Nutritional Needs chapter includes the new MyPlate food guide and new nutrition guidelines. Updated/Expanded Getting a Job and Keeping It chapter reflects the job prospects and challenges of today, including the realities of moving between states and differences in certification requirements. Updated equipment photos are included. Evolve companion website includes skills competency checklists and an audio glossary.

Going Home Words

Author : Peter G. Epps
ISBN : 9781312145832
Genre : Poetry
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G. K. Chesterton once said of Rudyard Kipling that "he has not the patience to become part of anything." These poems reflect on the joys and troubles of the cosmopolitan life, and the hopes, fears, whimsies, and struggles that shape our paths home.

Travel And Transformation

Author : Garth Lean
ISBN : 9781317006589
Genre : Business & Economics
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Travel and tourism have a long association with the notion of transformation, both in terms of self and social collectives. What is surprising, however, is that this association has, on the whole, remained relatively underexplored and unchallenged, with little in the way of a corpus of academic literature surrounding these themes. Instead, much of the literature to date has focused upon describing and categorising tourism and travel experiences from a supply-side perspective, with travellers themselves defined in terms of their motivations and interests. While the tourism field can lay claim to several significant milestone contributions, there have been few recent attempts at a rigorous re-theorization of the issues arising from the travel/transformation nexus. The opportunity to explore the socio-cultural dimensions of transformation through travel has thus far been missed. Bringing together geographers, sociologists, cultural researchers, philosophers, anthropologists, visual researchers, literary scholars and heritage researchers, this volume explores what it means to transform through travel in a modern, mobile world. In doing so, it draws upon a wide variety of traveller perspectives - including tourists, backpackers, lifestyle travellers, migrants, refugees, nomads, walkers, writers, poets, virtual travellers and cosmetic surgery patients - to unpack a cultural phenomenon that has captured the imagination since the very first works of Western literature.

The Circumference Of Home

Author : Kurt Hoelting
ISBN : 9781458758880
Genre : Travel
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This much is clear to me. If I can't change my own life in response to the greatest challenge now facing our human family, who can? And if I won't make the effort to try, why should anyone else? So I've decided to start at home, and begin with myself. The question is no longer whether I must respond. The question is whether I can turn my response into an adventure. After realizing the gaping hole between his convictions about climate change and his own carbon footprint, Kurt Hoelting embarked on a yearlong experiment to rediscover the heart of his own home: He traded his car and jet travel for a kayak, a bicycle, and his own two feet, traveling a radius of 100 kilometers from his home in Puget Sound. This ''circumference of home'' proved more than enough. Part quest and part guidebook for change, Hoelting's journey is an inspiring reminder that what we need really is close at hand, and that the possibility for adventure lies around every bend.

Sounds Like Home

Author : Mary Herring Wright
ISBN : 1563680807
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Recounts the author's experiences growing up as a deaf person in Iron Mine, North Carolina, from the 1920s through the 1940s, and describes life at a residential school for black deaf and blind students as both a student and a teacher.

East India Company At Home 1757 1857

Author : Margot Finn
ISBN : 9781787350298
Genre : History
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The East India Company at Home, 1757–1857 explores how empire in Asia shaped British country houses, their interiors and the lives of their residents. It includes chapters from researchers based in a wide range of settings such as archives and libraries, museums, heritage organisations, the community of family historians and universities. It moves beyond conventional academic narratives and makes an important contribution to ongoing debates around how empire impacted Britain. The volume focuses on the propertied families of the East India Company at the height of Company rule. From the Battle of Plassey in 1757 to the outbreak of the Indian Uprising in 1857, objects, people and wealth flowed to Britain from Asia. As men in Company service increasingly shifted their activities from trade to military expansion and political administration, a new population of civil servants, army officers, surveyors and surgeons journeyed to India to make their fortunes. These Company men and their families acquired wealth, tastes and identities in India, which travelled home with them to Britain. Their stories, the biographies of their Indian possessions and the narratives of the stately homes in Britain that came to house them, frame our explorations of imperial culture and its British legacies.

A Soldier S Life In War And Peace

Author : A. S. Naravane
ISBN : 8176484377
Genre : Artillerymen
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"This book chronicles the life and times of Major General A.S. Naravane, both in peace and war. He joined the Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun in 1936 and was commissioned in 1938. He was amongst the first few who were accepted for the Indian Artillery, which, till 1934 was offered exclusively by the British. His early days in the regiment were one of very hard work and training. The profession of arms was a very highly prized occupation and all was done to make the young officers worthy of being in it. The training methods then are described with much pride and nostalgia. Naravane went to war as a captain and his artillery regiment, the 2nd Field, soon saw action against the then invincible Germans under Rommel. At Bir Hachiem he was taken prisoner. The trials and tribulations as a prisoner are worth reading, especially for the young officer, as they show that whatever the conditions, the first duty of every prisoner of war is to try and escape. Liberty may be lost, but courage and pride in one's regiment, never. The transition from the British Indian Army to a national army is brought out frankly but with restraint. His career and rise to the post of Director of Artillery is, in a way, the conflict of the old and the new that every pre-war officer had to face"--Dust jacket.

Home And Work

Author : Christena E. Nippert-Eng
ISBN : 0226581470
Genre : Social Science
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Do you put family photos on your desk at work? Are your home and work keys on the same chain? Do you keep one all-purpose calendar for listing home and work events? Do you have separate telephone books for colleagues and friends? In Home and Work, Christena Nippert-Eng examines the intricacies and implications of how we draw the line between home and work. Arguing that relationships between the two realms range from those that are highly "integrating" to those that are highly "segmenting," Nippert-Eng examines the ways people sculpt the boundaries between home and work. With remarkable sensitivity to the symbolic value of objects and actions, Nippert-Eng explores the meaning of clothing, wallets, lunches and vacations, and the places and ways in which we engage our family, friends, and co-workers. Commuting habits are also revealing, showing how we make the transition between home and work selves though ritualized behavior like hellos and goodbyes, the consumption of food, the way we dress, our choices of routes to and from work, and our listening, working, and sleeping habits during these journeys. The ways each of us manages time, space, and people not only reflect but reinforce lives that are more "integrating" or "segmenting" at any given time. In clarifying what we take for granted, this book will leave you thinking in different ways about your life and work.

Home Missionary

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ISBN : UOM:39015075071061
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The Journey Home

Author : Candan Y.
ISBN : 9781452595931
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Candan struggled with alcoholism until two ladies from Alcoholics Anonymous discovered her and helped her back to sobriety. Originally from Istanbul, Turkey, Candan went on to carry the message of recovery to her own country, where alcoholism was a taboo subject and women especially were shamed into secrecy of their disease. This is the story of how she established and spread the word of Alcoholics Anonymous to those in need in her native country.

The Home Missionary

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ISBN : WISC:89066135849
Genre : Home missions
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No. 3 of each volume contains the annual report and minutes of the annual meeting.

Home Comforts

Author : Bridie Costello
ISBN : 9781848764415
Genre : Male friendship
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A gentle, engaging novel about the complexities and joys of friendship, in the style of Maeve Binchy and Josephine Cox. Tom and Stephen’s lives are very different. Tom is a good looking man of fifty. Once he’d had it all; his own business, his own home and money in the bank. Then one day it was all gone and he was left homeless, jobless and friendless. He desperately needs someone to give him back his sense of worth; his sense of pride. Stephen is a pompous, overweight little man. He means well, but things never turn out right for him. He is also in his fifties but, unlike Stephen, he’s not bothered about how he looks. He tries to do his best running his company, but his best simply isn’t good enough for his wife, Maura. He isn’t good enough for Maura.Maura is not a woman to cross; one of her withering looks could emasculate any man who does. She’s had time to repent in leisure after marrying in haste twenty three years before. With rich parents, good looks and brains to burn, Maura appears to have it all. Everything she’s turned her hand to has succeeded – except her marriage. In fact, the only thing missing in her life is love. Even her two children were conceived without love. Home Comforts gives the reader an insight into what happens when two men’s lives are changed forever after striking up an unlikely friendship. It is a tale of pride, hope, loneliness and despair.

Reading The Mountains Of Home

Author : John Elder
ISBN : 0674748883
Genre : History
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Using Robert Frost's poem "Directive" as a guide, the author reflects on nature as he experienced it on a series of hikes in Vermont's Green Mountains

Bringing It Home

Author : Tilda Shalof
ISBN : 9780771080012
Genre : Health & Fitness
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ICU nurse and bestselling author Tilda Shalof learns what nursing beyond the hospital really means. For the 350,000 professional nurses in Canada and 3 million in the US; readers of Atul Gawande's award-winning books and The American Nurse by Carole Jones. In her latest book, ICU nurse Tilda Shalof leaves the hospital behind to accompany the nurses who work in homes, from mansions to shacks to the streets, all across the country. Working with the Victorian Order of Nurses, a Canadian not-for-profit organization that provides home and community care, Tilda meets a wide variety of nursing professionals who offer untraditional care, sometimes in unlikely settings. This book not only describes a personal journey, but it also brings to light new health care issues. North America is on the cusp of change as the needs of our aging population put pressure on our health care system; more people need care in their homes and community supports to stay well. Yet this book is not just about caring for our elderly; Tilda also discovers how nurses care for people with a home, living on the street, for teen parents, returning soldiers with PTSD, those with physical disabilities, sex trade workers, and complex pediatrics. Shalof tells her story with her usual engaging, conversational style, and with this book, she continues to enlighten, surprise, and entertain readers. A portion of the proceeds from this book benefit The Victorian Order of Nurses.

Come Home To Comfort

Author : Sharon Hoffman
ISBN : 9781614581697
Genre : Religion
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Imagine what your life would be like if you could trade your chaos for comfort. Yes, you can experience the calm and contentment promised in Scripture. In Come Home To Comfort, gifted speaker and author Sharon Hoffman spreads a welcome mat of wisdom, inviting you to trust God to refurbish the "home of your heart." Step by inspirational step, she helps you create a home of beauty and blessing, built on the firm foundation of Christ's comfort - a foundation sure to stand the test of time and trials. Brimming with warm, attractive, affordable decorating tips, helpful household hints, and charming ideas for making memories, you will discover how to find hope - even when your home and your heart need a miracle. This encouraging book also includes a nine-week Bible study for individual or small group study. Through Sharon's life-giving words, you'll discover in the end, that when you come home to comfort, you are really coming home to Christ!

I Should Have Stayed Home

Author : Roger Rapoport
ISBN : 1571431209
Genre : Humor
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Filled with true stories ranging from the Night of the Army Ants in Guatemala, to monkeys dancing in a guest's nightgown in Kenya Whether you travel for business or pleasure, you'll find information on the lodging industry - perhaps more than you wanted - from this expose.

Home Is Somewhere Else

Author : Desider Furst
ISBN : 0791419703
Genre : History
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An Austrian father and daughter alternate chapters to recount how in 1938 they found themselves with German passports stamped with the red J for Jewish, escaped from Vienna and made their way to London where they lived out the war as enemy aliens, and emigrated to the US in 1971. Their story is typical of many eastern Europeans of the period. No index or bibliography. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

The Road Home

Author : Michael Thomas Ford
ISBN : 0758271948
Genre : Fiction
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When a car accident leaves photographer Burke Crenshaw in need of temporary full-time care, he finds himself back in the one place no forty-year-old chooses to be--his childhood bedroom. There, in the Vermont home where he grew up, Burke begins the long process of recuperation, and watches as his widowed father finds happiness in a new relationship that's a constant reminder of everything Burke wants and lacks. Exploring local history, Burke discovers an intriguing series of letters from a Civil War soldier to his fiancé. With the help of librarian Sam Guffrey, he begins to research a 125-year-old mystery that seems to be reaching into the present day. The more Burke delves into the past, the more he's forced to confront the person he has become: the choices he made and those he avoided, his ideas of what it takes to be a successful gay man, his feelings about his mother's death, and the suppressed tension that simmers between himself and his father. Compelling, frankly funny, and often wise, The Road Home is the story of one man's coming to terms with who he is, what he wants out of life, and where he belongs--and the complex, surprising path that finally takes him there. "Piercingly accurate and sweetly hopeful." --Booklist "An involving. . .narrative about the importance of being true to one's self." --Publishers Weekly

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