I've been thinking about measurements of time a lot during the last few days.
For several hours, it's two different years on different places of the Earth's surface. For example, it was 2009 some places and 2010 other places. It will at some point be 2010 some places and 2011 other places.
The same applies to decades, centuries, millenia, etc.
For example, for several hours, it was 1979 (thus in the 1970's) some places and 1980 (thus in the 1980's) other
ALL women experience PMS in some way, shape, or form. Some months are worse than others, and of course, some women experience it more than others. But all of us have it. Scary, isn't it?
We were talking about female reproductive disorders in pathophysiology today and all the girls in the class started snickering when PMS came up. The professor (who's a guy) demanded to know why we were laughing. Then he made a comment in jest about PMS affecting both girls and boys. 'Twas cute.
I am severely disabled, I can't walk or stand and some more things, and I am bedridden and most of the time a shutin......... I have been like this for a decade now, although in the beginning I was able to get out of bed easier and do things, which is now impossible...... 99% of the time I am in my bed now and the 1% that I do go out is to take a shower mostly or to get my bowels flushed....... once a week I am outside for an hour, as we do our shopping then...... my husband pushes my wheelchair
I have been frustratrated in the last few weeks. Much of it has to do with things I can work on like time management and work related issues. I am currently bussy with Bible School at my church. I am doing the second year since I did the first year in 2004. It has helped alot so far because it has showed me where most of my problems probably come from. On the one hand I feel like I'm in the right place. On the other hand it sometimes feels like I am just floating around and not really able to get
Amazonia is a multinational region which includes parts of Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.
It's heart is the Amazon River. It also includes the Amazon River's tributaries, and their tributaries, and so on down to the level of small creeks, streams, brooks, etc.
I've done some research on Amazonian Indian tribes. There have been Christian missionaries to at least some Amazonian Indian tribes.