The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants reunion at FISHBOWL

Our invention of the traveling fish bowl is the next big thing!
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Discharge machining technique for traditional use, combined with embroidery, admirably world of Japanese brands,
From script flower traveling band is an introduction of the goldfish bowl of cherry blossom pattern embroidery ryuko (SSJ-501).
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Could this mean a new movie is in the works? Probably not, but let's pretend. Last night in NYC, the ladies of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants reunited to support Amber Tamblyn's directorial debut, Paint it Black, a chiller starring rising starlet Alia Shawkat. The premiere coincided with Tamblyn's birthday, and BFFs Blake Lively, America Ferrera, and Alexis Bledel were on hand to celebrate at the star-studded after-party at FISHBOWL, presented by SVEDKA Vodka. Between turns bowling and playing skee ball, guests including Jenna Lyons, Abbi Jacobson, and Amy Poehler helped Tamblyn blow out the candles and ring in a successful new year. Click through for an inside look! Life In A Traveling Fish Bowl » Ashley Horner Fitness
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As of 2 days ago, traveling back home to Oklahoma for a long temporary visit. I find myself suddenly surrounded by cornfields, farms, and cows. From the looks of it, I am in a community that doesn’t have the same love to be outside like I do all day on the weekends. Sometimes in certain situations you either blend in with the other Gold Fish or you stand out like a Siamese Fighter fish in a bowl of Gold fish. Inland US is huge jump from the tropical island of GUAM, the crystal clear waters, falls, bright blue starfish and silky sandy beaches that were never further than 10 minutes away. I miss people there. I miss CERTIAN people there. Guam was my Home. I fell in love with it, the community and the friendships. That being said, like I mentioned above you can find good in everything. Just like me going to Guam, I dint know it at the time but there was a purpose a reason and it defined me and molded me into the person I am right now setting at my kitchen table. Good, bad, indifferent, change is always hard. Its how we adapt and adjust and how we accept the changes. You have to take all the positive things you can from the situation and run with it. But If you were to ask me the same thing 2 days after I moved to Guam I would have said the same thing and my departing flight away from that Island I had tears running down my cheeks as I watched it turn into a tiny speck on the earth because I didn’t want to leave. Its about everything you allow yourself to experiment & new things you aren’t afraid to try.Moving the Tank – The work involved in moving a fish tank can vary greatly due to the tank size and distance traveled. Obviously a small bowl is much easier to move than a large-scale aquarium. For a smaller 5 gallon aquarium that is well established (meaning it has a good colony of beneficial nitrifying bacteria) you should first disconnect the filter, heater and any other elements. Remove and properly pack your fish (see above). Drain most of the water with a siphon or bucket leaving enough water to keep your substrate and plants wet. Usually a couple of inches of water is fine. If you have a HOB (Hang on Back) filter with filter bags and media, go ahead and remove the bag and place it in the tank so that it remains wet. Some debris may get into your tank but you can filter it back out later. Canister can be disconnected and typically moved as is. Filters vary greatly so you may need to asses your situation individually. The tank, plants, substrate and filter media can then be placed in your car or moving truck. Secure well so that it doesn’t move and so that nothing will fall on top of it. This method works well for shorter distances. I moved my aquariums this way half way down the East Coast in the back of a UHaul with no issue. I placed my fish in Tupperware containers within the aquariums, stopping to check the water every hour and a half.A: I frequently get emails from betta owners seeking advice about how to move their fish, especially this time of year when students are leaving school. Exactly how to move your betta safely and effectively varies depending on the size of the aquarium or fish bowl, distance travel and mode of transportation. Even seasonal temperatures may effect how you travel with your fish. I myself have moved fish several times from 300 to 3000 miles away. Here are a few tips to help you safely move your betta.I love this story. This is one of the reasons I have always enjoyed traveling in other countries, especially countries where I do not know the language or customs. It is impossible to remain in your fishbowl when you have to get outside it just to figure out how to go from point A to point B, how to find shelter, and how to get food.