50,000-59,999 SparkPoints
NORTHWOODSMOM8's Recent Blog Entries

Thankful for home schooling...

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Before I was married, I worked in a church and we had an 'umbrella' school where those in the church who home schooled their children would come weekly for 'Co-op' day. There were many enrichment activities and it was SO nice! Through talking to many of the moms, I decided that I really wanted to home school the children I would have someday. Then I met my husband and he had the very same desires! So we began our adventure. I became pregnant 4 months after we were married and started reading EVERYthing I could about homeschooling. I remember one day talking to him while he was in the bathroom. I really felt we should buy this phonics curriculum [remember I'm only PREGNANT! emoticon] to which my husband says, "Maybe we could wait until the baby is at least talking…" We both burst out laughing! That was in 1990 and we've been going at it ever since!

I have two graduates:
Nicholas in 2009:

Nate in 2010:

My oldest son is going to the University and my second son is living in Wyoming apprenticing as a carpenter. They are SUCH blessings!

I have 6 more to go and my prayer is continually that God will give me grace to finish strong. I HONESTLY can't do this without Him. I give thanks that He entrusted me with this call, but as a dear SP friend quotes, "God doesn't call the qualified, he qualifies the called." I certainly DON'T feel adequate for the job, but God's strength is manifest in my weakness!

This Thanksgiving season, I give thanks for the privilege to educate my children at home...

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

BIGMELITTLEME 11/25/2010 7:28AM

    I home schooled April for a couple years during middle school age. They always seemed to be the roughest. I am sure you will do fine. They seem to be great kids.

Report Inappropriate Comment
KADULAC 11/24/2010 5:32PM

    Thank you for sharing this. Congratulations on the two successes God has given you, and praying He gives you six more. Happy Thanksgiving.

Report Inappropriate Comment

    I laughed along with you when you wanted to buy the curriculum while still pregnant with #1! We shopped early for our homeschooling years too...Maegann was only 2. I too can only do this big job with God's help. He certainly fills in where I am lacking!

Report Inappropriate Comment
THINIWILLBE21 11/24/2010 11:51AM

    WOW!!!! Thank you, Sue, for all you do for God and His Kingdom!!

Thank you for homeschooling your children and for sharing stories from that experience with us!

You & your husband are too funny about the Phonics program while you were still pregnant!! emoticon

Thank you for sharing your life and your experiences with the rest of us. I am blessed when I read what you have written -and- when I see the pictures you post.

emoticonon getting your first two sons graduated!!

Comment edited on: 11/24/2010 11:53:22 AM

Report Inappropriate Comment
PAMAPPLE 11/24/2010 10:46AM

    Good for you in deciding to homeschool your children, and that hubby was supportive, too! Wow, you have two that have already graduated!! You are creating such a legacy for your children!! I only have one child so we thought it would be best for her to have the experience of going to a christian school for socialization... It is well-established and has been there since 1957... the year I was born! She has been going there ever since K-4 and LOVES her school friends dearly!

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and God bless you, my dear friend!! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
VISUALLYRICS 11/24/2010 9:04AM

    I KNOW that God will give you and I both the grace to finish strong. emoticon

What an honor - 2 graduates!!!

Report Inappropriate Comment
BL3SS3DWITHLIF3 11/24/2010 9:02AM

    Your blog made me cry! I am so thankful for it to. I am thankful I became a Christian before I had kids so they never spent 1 day in public school. I think teaching my kids to read is rewarding and am glad I am doing it! I cant wait to see mine graduate! (well I can, but I cant wait to have a homeschooling graduation for them!)

Report Inappropriate Comment
CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 11/24/2010 8:05AM

    It is a blessing for sure. I was one that was not going to home school but God had other plans. emoticon I'm so glad he did.

Report Inappropriate Comment
SWIMLOVER 11/24/2010 7:51AM

  Susan, I am not sure if I told you that I had Home Schooled my
daughter. She graduated from Home Schooling in 1997. Even though she is now a Preschool Teacher, she says that when and if
she gets married she will want to Home School her children. I
really believe in Home Schooling. You are so right, people cannot Home School without The LORD! Actually, we cannot do anything without The LORD!

Comment edited on: 11/24/2010 7:53:01 AM

Report Inappropriate Comment
BLESSEDMAZARS 11/24/2010 7:36AM


There really is a greater sense of blessing when the children are being taught at home. My oldest DD went to public school in kindergarten, mainly, because I didn't know there was another way. At the end of that end, they shut her school down because of numbers and budget cuts, but it opened a brand new door for me. The door of homeschooling! Now I'm a vocal homeschooling mom for the past nine years and I don't plan on stopping.

Training up a child in the way he should go is one of my main priorities, homeschooling just fits right into that. You've been blessed with how far your children have come so far and the greater blessing is still yet to come. Have a terrific Thanksgiving with your family. emoticon

Comment edited on: 11/24/2010 7:37:39 AM

Report Inappropriate Comment

Thankful for our home...

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

I'm SO grateful for all God's mercies in providing our needs. He has been SO faithful to give us exceeding abundantly and I praise Him with my whole heart.

I'm grateful for our home. We were given the opportunity to buy this house 20 years ago. The DAY we moved in, I went into labor with my first baby. My husband was SO tired and couldn't believe I was 3 weeks early! emoticon We've always said that God gave us this house to fill up. emoticon

And I'm thankful for the gifts my husband has built me for my gardens: arbor, pergola, fences, etc. TIme began in a garden and I'm thankful that the LORD allows me to taste a little bit of heaven when I'm in mine. emoticon

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

THINIWILLBE21 11/23/2010 11:25PM

    Thank you for sharing your stories and pictures with us!!

emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticonMay you, and your family, have a truly blessed Thanksgiving!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
PANSYLADY2 11/23/2010 10:59PM

    Love the way you share your life with your pictures and fun narratives! Have a great Thanksgiving with family and friends!

Report Inappropriate Comment
KADULAC 11/23/2010 9:20PM

    Beautiful house. You showed us the other day how beautifully God filled it.

Report Inappropriate Comment
IUHRYTR 11/23/2010 8:29PM

    A peaceful and relaxing home and a beautiful yard would make us all happy. Glad you have one you enjoy. -- Lou

Report Inappropriate Comment
JULIEFRANCES112 11/23/2010 1:14PM

    What a beautiful home Susan. I'll say it again, you are so very Blessed.

Report Inappropriate Comment
PAMAPPLE 11/23/2010 9:13AM

    What a beautiful log cabin house! You ARE most DEFINITELY blessed and so nice of your hubby to build all of the cool things for your gardens! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
SWIMLOVER 11/23/2010 9:08AM

  Susan, You have a Very Beautiful Home! I am saying Home because
that is exactly what your family is making it! Praise The LORD for all the Blessings HE has given you! Thank You so much for sharing this with us!

Report Inappropriate Comment
NEENSTER1 11/23/2010 9:05AM

    Absolutely Gorgeous.

Give thanks to the Lrord, for he is good; his love endures forever Psalm 106:1

Have a blessed Thanksgiving. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
SWEETNEENI 11/23/2010 9:00AM

    Love log cabins. LOVE them! And I have been asking for a pergola since our LAST house! What a serene spot. Enjoy it!

Report Inappropriate Comment
VISUALLYRICS 11/23/2010 8:59AM

    So Much To Be Thankful for!!! Praise the Lord!

Report Inappropriate Comment
CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 11/23/2010 8:50AM

    How cool and what a blessing. Your home is beautiful.

Report Inappropriate Comment
BIGMELITTLEME 11/23/2010 8:38AM

    Oh my goodness you so totally have my dream house. I have told my husband many times that I want a log cabin sytle house with a stone fireplace and a covered porch so I can sit outside and enjoy the spring rains and sit inside by the fireplace and read a good book in the winter.

You do have much to be thankful for NWM (aka NorthWoodsMom). Don't get me wrong. Everyday that I am allowed to remain in my home I am grateful as well even though it is not a lob cabin, and we don't have a wood stove much less a fireplace, and there is no porch or deck to enjoy. It is home and there are many wonderful memories within its walls.

Report Inappropriate Comment

    *SIGH* You cannot know how that kind of house has ALWAYS been my dream home! It's WONDERFUL! emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
KATWOMAN12839 11/23/2010 6:35AM

  your home is beautiful...your gratitude shines thru

Report Inappropriate Comment

Thankful for ALL our animals! ;-)

Monday, November 22, 2010

I'm really thankful that our family loves animals! We have 2 dogs, 1 cat, 2 birds, 3 bunnies and 20 chickens! emoticon

Lady, our Golden Retriever

puppy pic--in the snow!

Gracie-our Morkie [1/2 maltese and 1/2 yorkie]

Gracie's puppy picture--April 2010

Bunnies: Ginger, Rosie and Bella

Our 15 year old cat--Gussie

Peeps--our Parrotlet [pocket parrot] outside on one of the bird feeders that my son built me for my birthday present.

Kiwi--our Green-Cheeked Conure

And our 20 chickens--I'm sure you can envision those creatures without pictures! ha!

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

BIGMELITTLEME 11/22/2010 8:45PM

    Many of my pets are in my photo gallery. I think yours are awesome! I love the little doggy. I want a lapdog that doesn't squish me when she lays on me like Sadie the red-tick coonhound does because she thinks she's a lapdog. She is currently laying next to me snoring.

Report Inappropriate Comment
CBEVNOW 11/22/2010 8:31PM

    So beautiful, all your paws. I my self have only my Shar Pei, rescued from a Meth Lab, but she is the love of my life, and my walking buddy, her name is Lexy.

Report Inappropriate Comment

    What fun! I'm going to have to do a blog like this too. We have a menagarie ourselves!

Happy Thanksgiving!


Report Inappropriate Comment
PAMAPPLE 11/22/2010 4:46PM

    We have a shi-poo, half shizu and half poodle, and Lady looks like our Biscuit!! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
KADULAC 11/22/2010 2:08PM

    Quite the menagerie you have. You definitely have us beat. We have two dogs, and 7 parakeets. Love your pictures. Thank you for sharing your gratitude with us.

Report Inappropriate Comment
PANSYLADY2 11/22/2010 12:10PM

    And a partridge in a pear tree?

Report Inappropriate Comment
MRSJERRYBUSH 11/22/2010 10:12AM

    What wonderful pictures. Sure makes me miss Buddy, my golden, who passed away. What wonderful, loyal pets they are! We(dh and I) love animals of all kinds and the people that are like minded. Tells so much about a person! Well, enjoy them all. They are God's creatures, too!

Report Inappropriate Comment
ABETTERSOUL 11/22/2010 9:52AM

    Love the pictures, I love animals of all sorts. My husband says We would live in a zoo if not for him. We have had a variety of pets over the years, right now I only have my two birds. Would love to get another dog someday. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
IUHRYTR 11/22/2010 9:40AM

    Pets do bring us a sense of responsibility, loyal camaraderie and fun, don't they? -- Lou

Report Inappropriate Comment
CHLOE453 11/22/2010 9:17AM

    What a beautiful furry family you have, thank you so much for sharing them with us!!! Your human family is also adorable, I hope that your "hunters" had a successful trip last week. Take care and you look to be a very lucky woman in the love department (furry and human).

Report Inappropriate Comment
MINENA1 11/22/2010 9:15AM

    Awww! Love the pictures! SUPER CUTE!

Report Inappropriate Comment

    I loved seeing your animals! I'll have to blog about our animals soon! We have chickens, too, by the way! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
VISUALLYRICS 11/22/2010 9:04AM

    LOL!! what a great bunch! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 11/22/2010 8:52AM

    Your lady looks like our Sandy. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
SWIMLOVER 11/22/2010 8:49AM

  I love animals. I love especially cats. We don't have a cat now
but I really hope sometime soon we will get one. I loved looking at your pictures! The pictures did put a smile on my face. Thank You for sharing with us.

Report Inappropriate Comment
RADTRAVELER150 11/22/2010 8:12AM

    Thanks for sharing. It is a chilly rainy Monday morning, and you made me smile! Thanks!

Report Inappropriate Comment
BESTSUSIEYET 11/22/2010 8:01AM

    What fun, Susie! How is the new birdie doing? I'm sure your family loves each and every creature, and is learning to care for them. My Mom always said, "I have 6 kids; we don't need animals, too!" We've had 3 dogs over the years; empty nest now, but it's OK -- easier when we go out of town! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment

Thankful for my parents and siblings

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Countdown continues as I give thanks for my parents and siblings.

God has been so good to me! I have the *best* parents! They are so good to me and generous beyond words! I give thanks to Jesus for blessing me with such undeserved gifts.

I'm so thankful for my brother--Scott! Oh, I love my one and only brother so much! One of my favorite memories is our trip through the Southwest with my grandparents when I was 11 and he was 9! We did lots of 'acting' of 'Sound of Music' for my grandparents during our campouts and had so much fun! ANOTHER memory not QUITE as endearing but FUNNY is when my parents took us to Disney World. I was TWO years older but I was shorter and so he got to DRIVE the bumper cars and I had to be a mere passenger! Oh, I was SO distraught! And, of course, he rubbed it in BIG TIME! emoticon

I'm also very thankful for my two baby sisters--Marlee and Kathleen. Since they are 7 & 8 years younger than me, it wasn't until later in life that I really started appreciating having sisters! I can't imagine life without them! We talk on the phone almost daily and they are my biggest supporters and cheerleaders! emoticon

The story that I want to tell is of our time last summer together. They were here for my son's graduation and we decided to go on a canoe trip. Oh my word, WHAT A TRIP!! The circumstances were THE WORST! Here are 3 '40-something' year old women [with our 6 & 7 year old daughters] and NOT knowing what we were doing in a CANOE! It would have made THE FUNNIEST home video for sure! We didn't know how to maneuver this thing and kept running into trees and THEN our canoe would fill with HUGE wood spiders! Our girls were miserable and it was definitely NOT what we envisioned! It took us 3 HOURS to get back to our destination!

Anyway, about 1/2 way through, my youngest sister said that she was SO HOT! I said, "Really, I haven't even broken into a sweat, have you Mar?" Marlee said, "No, not at all." To which my baby sister LOUDLY SHOUTED, "That's because I'M doing ALL the work." Oh my word! I laughed so hysterically and Marlee got the camera and caught the moment! Please forgive my indulgence in posting these pictures but it's truly one of the best memories of my life!

And this TELLS it all: this is what poor Mary and Sophia looked like while I was laughing hysterically! They were NOT happy campers! Poor little things!

Thank you for letting me share this moment of happiness for all the blessings that my family are to me. emoticon

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

BIGMELITTLEME 11/22/2010 8:47PM

    Oh you look like you are having so much fun! I love to laugh until my sides hurt and then laugh a little more and it is always the best laugh when you have NO IDEA why you are laughing! I call those slumber party laughs

Report Inappropriate Comment
PAMAPPLE 11/22/2010 12:18AM

    So funny!! emoticonThank YOU for sharing these great memories with your family!!

Report Inappropriate Comment
KADULAC 11/21/2010 9:43PM

    Great pictures. Sounds like a fun trip. It's wonderful being close to your family like that.

Report Inappropriate Comment
VISUALLYRICS 11/21/2010 7:00PM

    Completely Hilarious!!! Loving this share!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
IUHRYTR 11/21/2010 5:38PM

    Now that I am older I miss my parents more than ever so do treasure the time you all have together. It passes by so quickly. Enjoyed the pictures and the memories. Sorry about the bumper cars emoticon. -- Lou

Report Inappropriate Comment
LITTLEFARMMOMMA 11/21/2010 12:56PM

    I LOVED IT!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVED IT! Thank you for sharing such a time! How I wish I'd had sisters, but I do have wonderful memories with my brother! emoticon

Once, for instance, he and his buddy (we were 16 and 15) made me laugh so hard that mashed potatoes came out my NOSE! You think I ever lived THAT down?! emoticon emoticon emoticon

Memories are treasures, aren't they? We're RICH! emoticon emoticon emoticon(ok, I was looking for a pot of gold, but this was the best I could do!) emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
MKATHLEEN41 11/21/2010 10:18AM

    Susan, you have such a way with words, I was in tears almost the entire time I was reading this. You mean so much to me also miss you everyday and I hope you can find the time to visit me in go this summer. I love you so much and you are truly my inspiration on loosing weight and giving up diet coke. when we get to our goal weight we should both go to Kansas city and have a picture with mallee and we can all three be skinny for once.

Report Inappropriate Comment
CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 11/21/2010 10:07AM

    Thanks for sharing. I have two sisters and I could just see us having a day like that just not in a canoe..LOL They wouldn't be able to drag me out. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
BESTSUSIEYET 11/21/2010 9:37AM

    What a memory! Enjoy that great family!

Report Inappropriate Comment

Thankful for my HUNTERS!

Saturday, November 20, 2010

The house is QUIET right now, but oh, the commotion this morning as we all were awake at 3:45 preparing for opening morning! 9 days of HUNTING has begun and excitement was in the air.

Mom prepared a huge breakfast with bacon, hash browns, scrambled eggs, and fresh biscuits. I made 5 turkey sandwiches, 5 PBJ's, 5 bags of chocolate chip cookies and gave them each a bag of chips. And finally made a pot of coffee. Felt good to be a part of their MOMENT! emoticon

I hope the LORD blesses us with LOTS of venison! I'm really excited to do some more canning of the meat this year! So NICE and convenient for suppers and tastes VERY good that way! A friend taught me how to make a gravy with it. You dip the venison steak in flour and fry on both sides until brown. Put the hot meat in jars. Then COLD pack with broth and as it's processing, it makes a WONDERFUL gravy! Oh, it's so good! I also have an AWESOME marinade for venison steak fajitas & a good recipe for venison meatballs with the ground. After 21 years, I've definitely acquired a taste for deer. In Nov. of 89, having been married for one month, my husband went out and shot an 8 point buck. It was HORRIBLE! I hated it! Then in January, I got pregnant! Every time I EVEN SMELLED the meat, I ran to the bathroom to get sick! My poor husband finally had mercy and gave the deer away! ha!

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

BIGMELITTLEME 11/22/2010 9:23PM

    I could never eat Bambi. I cried every time my sister cooked it. I cried when we had a cow butchered on our farm. I had to pluck 100 chickens every fall and I am so over fresh meat. I will get it in the store but I have to say, if I were living alone and only buying food for me, I would be a vegetarian. Sorry, I do not judge others though. My sister was and my brother is a mighty hunter. Happy Hunting!

A hunting Poem for you...

A Lad's First Hunt
by BigMeLittleMe

Rising early
Anxious to go
We were squirrely.

We woofed our food
Layered our bodies
And stealthified our mood.

We drove to the edge
Walked to the spot
Climbed to the ledge.

They would not see
They would not smell
For the stand held me.

In silence we sat
Holding our breath
There he was & man was he fat.

Take careful aim
Steady your arm
To miss brings no shame.


Down he goes
What was his name?
Only God knows.

Victory is mine
We have meat
All will be fine.

Mom was glad
Dad was proud
I was a man; no longer a lad.

Comment edited on: 11/22/2010 9:28:03 PM

Report Inappropriate Comment
KADULAC 11/21/2010 9:47PM

    Praying you get lots of venison. That gravy sounds delicious. Love the story about your first deer. I got used to wild game before we were married. That is almost all his family ate.

Report Inappropriate Comment
SKINNEYLIZ 11/21/2010 7:40PM

    Happy Hunting, may the Lord Bless you and keep them all safe!

Report Inappropriate Comment
ABETTERSOUL 11/21/2010 6:10PM

    Happy hunting! Hope they bring home a few! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
JANETELIZABETH1 11/21/2010 12:49PM

    Susan, I love venison too but it is sooo expensive here!!!
Hope your boys got a good haul for you to work on...

Report Inappropriate Comment
BLESSEDMAZARS 11/20/2010 5:52PM

    May you have an abundance of meat for the year! Our hunting in this family won't start for another week or so. My 12-year DS will be going for his 3rd time, but my 9-year old DS gets to go for his first time. He is SO pumped. My oldest son did bring us home four pheasant about 3 weeks ago, his first time for pheasant and he had a blast.

I love the pictures of your boys. A treasure for sure! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
CBEVNOW 11/20/2010 5:07PM

    Your house sounds like my house here in East Tn. Its a big day for everbody.Dad, his brothers,and Dad, children, mothers, sisters and sister in laws, gramp paw and grand maw.Dont forget Thermos's of hot coffee and hot chocolate.Good luck to them, and have fun. BE SAFE. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
VISUALLYRICS 11/20/2010 2:41PM

    LOL!! What a wonderful time this is for your family!! I cannot relate at all....not living in that part of the world.....but I can sense the happiness and the excitement! emoticonAre you home alone with little Sammy and your DD? That will be a change of pace temporarily ...Enjoy! I have never tasted venison.

love ya! ~ Laura....great to 'hear' your laughter!

Report Inappropriate Comment
PANSYLADY2 11/20/2010 1:18PM

    I remember those days . . . except I used to own and operate a restaurant and had to get up to be open by 4 a.m.! Lots of cooking and coffee drinking before the opening bell. Hope your guys all get their deer. Son-in-law already got a deer bow hunting, and is now at "deer camp" with his younger daughter and about 8=10 others. They usually do pretty well.

Report Inappropriate Comment
SWIMLOVER 11/20/2010 11:58AM

  Susan, Thank You so much for sharing your family with us. I love reading about your adventures! You are so Blessed to have such a lovely family! I can tell by your blogs that you truly love and enjoy each one of them.

Report Inappropriate Comment
LITTLEFARMMOMMA 11/20/2010 10:15AM

    Oh, my sweet friend! I was just trying to explain to my husband how I WISHED we'd have done things a little differently with our kids (the way he had wanted to, actually). Never do I see you focusing on what the next show is on t.v., the next t-ball game, the next whatever-the-most-popular-commercia
lized thing is going on! YOU ARE FOCUSED ON THOSE KIDS, and being TOGETHER! He reminded me of the countless times we took off camping, etc. I think he was feeling a little defensive at first. Then, I pointed out to him that I guess I'm just feeling nostalgic that our raising kids time is OVER, and because of ME, we did so many things the way of what was most popular with those around us. His way, his choice, would have been the way YOU are raising your kids--non-commercialized and simple--yet full of joy and togetherness!

OK, I'm rambling. But thank you for sharing this joyful family with me. I love it!

Report Inappropriate Comment
ACTIVEGRANDMAP 11/20/2010 9:14AM

    Hope you get lots o venison. Your family is blessed to have you being so supportive, getting up early, cooking and baking. Pam

Report Inappropriate Comment
JULIEFRANCES112 11/20/2010 9:07AM

    When I was little I asked my Mom where meat came from, after she told me I never ate it again. Lol. Now as an adult I do eat some meat but I don't think I could eat venison. I love turkey though. For your sake and theirs, I hope you are blessed with what you need and they all stay safe.
Enjoy the quiet while they are out.

Report Inappropriate Comment
CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 11/20/2010 8:32AM

    May they have a great harvest. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
PAMAPPLE 11/20/2010 7:17AM

    Venison certainly has a unique taste that I needed to acquire, although, I made venison stew and you couldn't tell the difference between venison and beef. Your recipes sound emoticon Hope the guys get lucky with their hunting!! ((hugs!))

Report Inappropriate Comment

First Page  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 Last Page