Reeve is a contributing writer for the Journal of the American Custom Gunmaker’s Guild .
She lives and works in Ladner, in a houseful of boys, and is currently at work on a middle-grade mystery novel set in one of the nearby floathome communities on the Fraser River.
She teaches Writing For Children and Young Adults in the MFA program at the University of British Columbia.
Yet, given its limitations, his brief catalog is a valuable witness.
The gods named by Caesar are well-attested in the later epigraphic record of Gaul and Britain.
His comment illustrates a growing problem for high-achieving singletons in the City: while the quest for a soulmate cannot be rushed, time is in short supply in a culture of high pressure and long hours.
The popularity of elite introductions agencies suggests there are plenty of outwardly assured professionals needing help to find a partner.
In characteristic Roman fashion, Caesar does not refer to these figures by their native names but by the names of the Roman gods with which he equated them, a procedure that greatly complicates the task of identifying his Gaulish deities with their counterparts in the insular literatures.
He also presents a neat schematic equation of god and function that is quite foreign to the vernacular literary testimony.
My French granny says it is more hygienic to poo in a big hole in the garden, like she did when she was growing up, than it is to go inside. She also said that in olden days, people collected pee and used it to make plants grow better. An earlier question in The Last Word gave warnings about eating leftover rice.
I have seen this advice before, saying it is not safe to keep cooked rice for more than a short time, even in the fridge.
The last thing I wanted after work was to socialise with bankers or sit down at a computer,” she says.