My family has never been happier.
I just want to say thank you.
We’ll take care of you and make sure you’re all right.
We will love you forever.
I love you, Daddy.
And I want you to know that I love all of you.
My name is Kathy O’Reilly.
I just wanted to say Thank You.
I have a dream and I am so excited to tell you that my daughter Kathy Ollier, who was just 92 days old, has died peacefully at home.
She was a lovely, loving daughter, a good mom and a wonderful grandmother.
We were thrilled to have her here, and we were so blessed.
We are very grateful to the family and friends who came to say goodbye.
Kathy had been ill since April 19 and was expected to last only a few days before she died.
She had lived in this country for more than 40 years and was a U.S. citizen.
Kathy was very well-loved by all of us, including my parents.
We knew Kathy would have a very long life.
She loved her family, her friends and her dogs.
My mother-in-law, Patricia, and my father, Don, died this week, and Kathy was also very close to them.
We lost a beautiful, loving person who loved us all.
We also lost our entire family, including our three wonderful children.
Our love for each other was unwavering and we are all devastated.
We have lost our dear friend and a great person.
Our hearts are broken and our hearts are heavy.
Kathy’s death brings us great sadness and we will always miss her.
She will be sorely missed.
I know my daughter’s story is not typical, but it is not uncommon for those who know her to tell of how her illness and struggles were so hard.
Kathy went through three different hospitals in three different countries.
It took her nearly six months to receive the life-saving treatment that doctors and nurses at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles were giving her.
Kathy lived in the United States for a time before she was diagnosed with pneumonia and was eventually sent to the Cedagua Valley Hospital in San Diego, where she underwent the procedure in Los Angles.
She is survived by her husband of more than 50 years, Larry, and their three children, Kathy, Bonnie and Kathy OLLIER.
We want to send our heartfelt condolences to her family and loved ones.
It was a very difficult time, but they were able to find the right care that was right for her and that was the right decision for her, according to the doctors who treated her.
There are no words to express our sadness.
She went through so much in her short life, and it has been a great loss for us all, said Larry Ollie, Kathy’s husband.
I was in my mid-50s when I had my first heart attack in my 60s.
I had no idea what I was going through, and I never knew how much it would affect me or what was going to happen.
But I knew that Kathy was in good hands, that she had someone she trusted and someone she was happy with.
Kathy cared for my wife and two daughters, and her family gave her the care she needed to get through her last weeks and months.
I never dreamed that I would ever see her again, and now I will miss her terribly.
It’s very sad and very hard to process what happened and we hope that the Lord has answered our prayers and has answered the prayers of the family.
Kathy is survived in the Olliers’ home by her two daughters and four grandchildren.
My youngest daughter, Kathy Jr., was born and is in the custody of the OLLIERS.
The other daughter, Nancy, was born in 1964 and is living in the U.K. She has had a wonderful life, but she has been living with her mother, Kathy Sr., in the hospital.
She and Kathy Sr. have been friends and family for a long time.
I want to thank them both for their help, especially Nancy and Kathy Jr. The Ollies have been so grateful for the outpouring of support they have received from their community and friends.
Kathy and Larry OLLIE have had an amazing life together and we wish them the best in their future.
We wish them well in their health and in their futures.
I wish them every happiness in their new lives.
Kathy O llier was born April 19, 1932, in Houston, Texas.
She spent most of her childhood in Houston and later moved to New York.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University and a Ph.
D. from the University of California at Los Angeles.
She later worked for the U-M Medical Center.
She married Larry O llie in 1952 and had three children with him: Larry Jr., Nancy and Bonnie.
They married in 1969 in Las Vegas.
Kathy worked in the field of nutrition for the
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Top stories on the Huffington Post this week: * On Thursday, The HuffingtonPost published an article titled “This Is Why We Need More Kids” about the impact of a proposed $1.1 trillion tax plan that Republicans are attempting to push through Congress.
The article argues that the tax plan will disproportionately benefit the wealthiest Americans and would lead to higher taxes for middle- and lower-income families.
* On Friday, The New York Times published a story titled “The Latest on the Senate’s plan to overhaul the U.S. tax code.”
The article reports that Republican lawmakers are proposing to lower the top individual income tax rate to 35 percent, eliminate the estate tax, and reduce the tax on capital gains and dividends to 10 percent.
* Last night, The Wall Street Journal published an editorial titled “What You Need to Know About the GOP Tax Plan.”
The editorial argues that Republicans would increase the number of millionaires by eliminating the estate and capital gains taxes, and by lowering taxes on business profits.
* Finally, this morning, The Washington Post published an op-ed by two prominent conservatives: “What the Tax Plan Really Means for America.”
The op-eds argue that the GOP tax plan would raise taxes on the wealthy, and it would result in lower taxes for most Americans.
* What you need now: Here are the top stories on The Huffington, as of this morning: * 1:30 a.m.
— The White House says President Donald Trump will speak about tax reform at 2:00 a.l.m., a White House official tells CNN.
* 2:10 a.h.
— Trump tells the nation on Twitter that his administration has “done a great job” on tax reform and he is pleased to announce that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is “working out well.”
* 3:40 a.p.
— In an interview with The Associated Press, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) says he will be releasing the details of the House’s tax bill this week, and says he expects the tax bill to pass.
Ryan said the tax legislation has been drafted well and that it will be voted on this week.
* 4:10 p.m.: Trump will sign an executive order on tax policy and tax reform, according to The Washington Times.
The executive order, which will set out what the tax code would look like, was released Thursday afternoon.
Trump will also unveil his first budget.
* 5:20 p.i.
— Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says that if the GOP plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act is approved by Congress, he will “be happy to fight it tooth and nail.”
Giuliani, who is considered one of the party’s most vocal critics of Trump, said Thursday he will work to pass the repeal.
“I think it is a disaster for the country,” Giuliani told the AP.
“And the way I look at it is, I will fight to the end, I promise you that.
But, yes, I think it’s a disaster.
I think they are trying to kill it.
And the way to fight back is to fight tooth and nose.”
* 7:45 p.l.: Trump says that he will sign a tax reform bill by Wednesday.
Trump is scheduled to release his tax reform plan, which would be structured in a way that it would not include a repeal of the ACA.
The plan would have to be approved by both chambers of Congress.
* 8:15 p.c.
— A day after a day of high-profile arrests and protests across the country, President Donald J. Trump announced that he would sign an Executive Order directing federal agencies to reduce the number and nature of civil disobedience.
“Today, the Executive Order I am signing today will end the practice of civil disorder, reduce the size and scope of civil protests, and create new rules to combat the dangers of the new civil disorder,” Trump said in a statement.
* 9:45 a.i.: The White Houses Office of Management and Budget says the House and Senate will begin drafting the details on a tax bill on Wednesday.
* 10:45 am: The Trump administration says it will cut the number by one-third in 2019.
The reduction in the number is part of the budget that Trump will release later this week on what he called a “balanced plan” to overhaul his tax code.
* 11:45: The House Ways and Means Committee has released its proposed budget, which it says will be more in line with what President Donald Donald J., Trump, and their team have advocated for.
The House proposal would cut corporate tax rates from 35 percent to 21 percent and lower the estate taxes to 25 percent.
The budget proposal would also slash the corporate tax rate from 35 to 15 percent, and eliminate the capital gains tax, as well as repeal the tax credits that help the middle class pay for college.
* 12:15: The New Orleans Saints,
This story about a creepy little car is a classic example of how the internet can be a great tool for sharing creepy stories, writes Dan Savage.
In a recent article for Slate, writer Ryan Maclachlan explores how the Internet can be used to share stories about cars.
The article, titled “I was an 11-year-old boy in a dark car,” shows a car with a passenger sitting in the driver’s seat, with a flashlight on the dashboard.
As Maclaklan explains, this is a common type of car, with the driver usually sitting in a recliner.
“We’ve all been in cars where we’ve sat in the passenger seat,” he writes.
“And you know what?
They’re the cars of the future.
They’re designed to be comfortable, safe, and powerful.”
Maclaklin then tells the story of how a friend who had driven a similar car was able to share his own creepy experiences in a Facebook post.
“I drove to a mall with the car, and I found myself in the dark, looking through the windows, thinking that I was just going to find some candy and eat it,” he says.
Maclachen’s friend shared the story with a friend in the comments, and the friend shared it on Facebook with a link to a video of the same car. “
Maclachen’s friend shared the story with a friend in the comments, and the friend shared it on Facebook with a link to a video of the same car.
After a few hours, the friend who shared the video on Facebook received hundreds of comments.
One reader said, “You are a great writer.
I was in a creepy car with my best friend in a car that was only about 8 feet tall.
“Another added, “I would recommend you to anyone.
“The article also got a lot of attention online, with comments ranging from, “This is my favorite thing I’ve read all year,” to, “What is with this guy?
He’s a creep!
“A lot of these comments were about Maclachern’s friend’s experience, which he described as “very creepy” and “incredibly creepy.
“One commenter also said, “This story is creepy and creepy.
I could tell it was going to end with him taking the wheel of his car and running around, driving around, and killing everyone.
I don’t know what he thought he was doing, but it’s definitely not OK.
I’m not a child.
“Another person commented, “How can you tell it’s a car if you don’t see the front and back of it?
“Another person responded, “My friends are in a similar situation.
I drive a car, they drive a motorcycle, we drive cars, and we drive motorcycles, and it’s creepy, and you can tell the difference.
“Maclachelan has since shared a number of other similar stories with readers, including the “scary car” video, which also had about a dozen comments.
Maclacsons experience in the car is similar to what some people who have been in creepy vehicles have shared.
For example, a Reddit user who was driving a car said he had a very similar experience to Maclacan’s.
A Reddit user named “Lil Chicks” described a similar experience in a Reddit post about a similar scenario.”
We both see a dark object on the ground nearby. “
My car is on the side of the road, so I can’t see anything except the driver, and my driver is behind me, but he is a large, muscular, Caucasian man who has dark hair.
We both see a dark object on the ground nearby.
I look around, he turns and starts to look at it, and then I see it, but the thing he sees is just a black, plastic, rectangular thing.
He is driving slowly.
I don’t have any idea what it is, but I know it is the car I was driving, so he turns off the car and starts driving away.
After about 10 minutes, he stops the car.
When I look at him, I am stunned.
His hair is the color of a neon sign on the highway that says, ‘LOL’, so I am totally shocked.
So I look back at the vehicle, and there is no sign on it, no warning signs.
It’s as if he is walking through a tunnel, which I find odd.
That’s the moment I realise I was right.
Now I am a creepy, creepy person.”
In response to MacLachlan’s story, he wrote in a comment to Slate, “It’s creepy to think about.
I drove to work this morning with my boss, who was very nice to me, to get a coffee
The Cinderella story, as it’s known on Instagram, is an old tale about a young girl who falls in love with a handsome prince.
In a world where you have to be the center of attention, this is a simple enough premise.
But how well does a Cinderella story get across to an audience that might not know how to pronounce it?
That’s what the experts are looking at, and in this week’s edition of The Top Stories, we ask these experts how they’ve come to their conclusions.
“If the person posting the Cinderella story wants to get the ball rolling, it’s a good idea to share the story on a social media platform,” says Stephanie Fagan, CEO of the agency Brandi Love.
“There are thousands of Instagram Stories that feature pictures of cute little girls in bed and it’s easy to share these with people, especially if they’re in the mood for a little fairy tale.”
The beauty of a Cinderella tale is that you can share it to your followers on a variety of platforms.
You can post it to Facebook or Twitter, and you can embed it in videos on Instagram.
“The problem is, it doesn’t always work,” says Fagan.
“Some stories get a lot of likes and some people won’t take it.
So you have a little bit of a ‘how does this work’ moment.”
While many of the Instagram Stories you can post include pictures of a young boy, you can also post stories with a more girly theme.
“Sometimes a Cinderella girl is a little older than the other characters, so the girls in the story get younger as well,” says Lauren Hickey, the VP of Social Media at Creative Artists Agency.
“If you’re going to have a Cinderella theme, it makes sense to post a young, attractive girl, but if you want to have Cinderella stories that are about someone who is younger or a little more mature, then go for the older Cinderella.”
Hickey says it’s not always clear which Cinderella story is more appropriate for a certain age group, but she suggests that “older Cinderella” stories tend to be more popular.
“The older Cinderella story will be more relatable, but older stories tend not to be as well-liked or as well received,” she says.
“So there’s a bit of grey area with older stories, but for younger audiences, you’re more likely to find that older Cinderella stories are more popular.”
Fagan says it can be challenging to tell a Cinderella Story that is a good fit for a specific age range, but says that you should be able to find the right balance of the two.
“There’s a lot more flexibility with younger stories than older ones,” she explains.
“So if you’re posting a story that’s for an 8-year-old, it can work with a 7-year, and if you have one that’s a 10-year old, it’ll work with an 8 or 9.”
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The Steelers are going through a QB situation right now.
The team is currently looking at a fifth quarterback on its roster.
One name they are not talking about is rookie Brandon Bernard.
This is not the first time Steelers QB coach Mike Tomlin has been linked to Bernard, and he has never officially been linked with the position.
The Steelers drafted Bernard with the eighth overall pick of the 2015 draft and were desperate for a quarterback.
After struggling mightily in his rookie year, Bernard got off to a great start in 2016, completing 69.1 percent of his passes with a league-best 18 touchdowns and zero interceptions.
He posted an 8-5 record and the Steelers went 6-2, their best start since the 1970 season.
Bernard was the quarterback of the future for the Steelers and the team was looking for his services when they traded for Ben Roethlisberger in February of 2017.
But after a slow start, Bernard was benched in favor of Matt Cassel and was eventually released a month later.
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2017 season was a disaster.
They finished 10th in points allowed and 20th in yards per attempt and were picked to finish 8-8.
While Bernard’s time with the Steelers was good, he was far from the franchise quarterback the team envisioned when they drafted him.
After failing to reach the playoffs the past two years, the Steelers signed Roethisberger and drafted Paxton Lynch in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Bernard had been a hot commodity in free agency, but his lack of experience and injury issues left the Steelers wide open for any quarterback that could be selected in the draft.
With the Steelers likely not looking for a long-term answer at quarterback, Bernard’s chances of a big payday seem slim.
The NFL Salary Cap allows the Steelers to pay only the top five overall picks, so if Bernard doesn’t sign with the team in the next few weeks, he could find himself with less guaranteed money in the offseason than Roethiseau.
That doesn’t mean Bernard has a good shot at making the roster, though.
The biggest reason the Steelers could use a quarterback at this point is to find an upgrade at the wide receiver position.
With only three wide receivers on the roster at the moment, Bernard has been a good bet to get on the field.
Steelers WR Martavis Bryant, the franchise’s first-round pick in 2014, has struggled mightily as of late.
Bryant has only five receptions for 59 yards and a touchdown this season.
He’s averaging just 6.7 yards per catch, and his lacklustre numbers don’t bode well for his future with the organization.
Bryant also has a history of concussions, and it appears that his concussion history will likely cost him his opportunity to play in the NFL.
Bernard is not going to be able to find the open receiver spot anytime soon, but the Steelers have shown a willingness to take on the risk when it comes to signing players that have more potential than most.
If Bernard can improve his game and prove he can handle the rigors of the NFL game, he’s a player that should have an opportunity to make the team.
If not, the team could use another veteran to compete with the likes of Martavis and Bryant.