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The Best Jean Fit for Every Body Type - Real Simple.com

Are you still on a search to find the right fitting jeans, for your body type? If so, visit Real Simple.com site to read their expert picks, for many body types. You'll also find links to retail sites, of those recommend jeans, prices and a pix of the jeans.


I've been maintaining a love relationship with Eddie Bauer Stretch Jeans for many years. They fit me to a 'T" and still give me 24hr comfort, that this long legged, full figured woman, is looking for. Even my hubby loves these jeans on me. (and he loves to tell me so)

Prayers for the Dead and Wounded Northern Illinois University

I truly know that it's wrong to thing "Oh, another school shooting?" Is our society no longer shocked when these types of shootings occur? When a person is in deep pain, why aren't they relying on our Heavenly Father to help them through it?

Stepping Up bible study by Beth Moore discuss those deep dark times in one's life and how scripture can assist us through it. It's very sad that this person didn't realize that his pain would end, without causing additional harm to others.

Please continue to include the Northern Illnois University dead, wounded, family and friends, in my daily prayers.

President's Day Webcast at Consource.org Today

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author David McCullough will teach about George Washington using documents on ConSource.org to 6-12th graders in a President's Day webcast held on February 13th from 2-3 p.m. EDT at the New York Historical Society.

The event is collaboration between The History Channel, The Constitutional Sources Project, the New York Historical Society, and Ustream. Visit consource.org for more information about this webcast and to download the documents related to the event.

This site also links to The History Channel's George Washington mini-site
located online at history.com/minities/washington.