Ready to grow! Vanderpump Rules stars have been very vocal over the years about their plans to conceive.Stassi Schroeder told Andy Cohen in January 2019 that she was ready to have kids with Beau Clark, six months before the commercial casting director proposed.- Advertisement – “Everything’s in the cards and I don’t even care about the order,” the Next Level Basic author said on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen at the time. “I don’t know when the moment was [I knew he was The One]. I can’t even remember when the moment was. There was something that just, like, switched.”Clark proposed to Schroeder in July 2019, and Us Weekly broke the news the following year that she was pregnant with their first child. When the couple tied the knot in September 2020 in a secret backyard ceremony, the former “Straight Up With Stassi” podcast host showed off her baby bump in a white gown. After kissing the bride, Clark knelt down to kiss his wife’s stomach.- Advertisement – The Florida native exclusively told Us in December 2018 that she was too busy for children, explaining, “I feel like I have way too much stuff I’ve got to do, you know? I’ve got to travel the world, I’ve got to be a successful businesswoman, I’ve got to put out a series of cocktail books. I gotta go to outer space. I want to go to outer space so bad.”Keep scrolling to see the reality stars’ quotes about their future family plans. Brittany Cartwright and Lala Kent both announced pregnancies that same month with Jax Taylor and Randall Emmett, respectively. Scheana Shay shared her pregnancy news in October 2020.The “One More Time” singer had frozen her eggs multiple times before conceiving naturally. “I honestly don’t even know if I do want kids,” the California native exclusively told Us of her decision in January 2019. “I would only have kids if I found the right person who wanted to have some with me, and where my life’s at right now, I don’t see it going in that direction. But things can change, you never know! I just wanted to do this as a backup option because my AMH levels were extremely low, like almost zero. … I’m not getting any younger. My numbers aren’t getting any higher.”While Katie Maloney has been vocal about trying to conceive with Tom Schwartz, Ariana Maddix and Tom Sandoval aren’t planning to start a family anytime soon.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
The Westerners are in good form having won their last 4 games – but they haven’t won 5 in a row since 2002 and have never beaten Leinster at the RDS.Kick of is at 7.35Munster face Glasgow tomorrow with Anthony Foley set to name his side this lunchtime.
Choosing schools over business tax breaks was the chief message in Gov. Jay Inslee’s Friday night speech to educators with the American Federation of Teachers Washington, an affiliate of the national federation.As the 78th annual convention wound down for the day at the Hilton Vancouver Washington, Inslee rallied the full room of teachers over the importance of adequately funding education in the next two-year budget.His proposed budget includes $1.2 billion for schools — what he considers a “good down payment” for the next few years. Inslee looks to avoid cuts to education by closing about a dozen tax loopholes for businesses that aren’t creating jobs. He notes that in 1949, the lumber industry got a tax break on hog fuel to help the industry thrive. Now, Inslee said, that $41 millionbreak benefits oil and gas, an industry it was never intended for.“We have to make a choice in our state,” he said. “I’m choosing schools over tax breaks.”He looks to reel in money and put it back into the education system to focus on early childhood development; prioritize math, science and technology curriculum; reduce tuition increases for college students and ensure students can graduate from college in four years.Proposed cuts to services benefiting the homeless, hungry and disabled would hurt our children’s education, he said. There were 27,390 homeless K-12 students in Washington during the 2011-12 school year, according to the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. It’s hard to educate kids and make them competitive when they don’t even have a roof over their head or food to eat, Inslee said.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Days after announcing the termination of flights to Christchurch, Air Asia X has unveiled plans to increase its presence down with new services between Kuala Lumpur and Perth.Commencing 24 June this year, the carrier said it would increase its daily flights between Kuala Lumpur and Perth to nine flights per week while services between Kuala Lumpur and Taiwan will jump from daily to eleven flights a week from 22 June this year.The carrier’s chief executive Azran Osman-Rani explained the changes in operations were part of a network realignment that will assist meeting the 85 percent passenger load flying between the two regions.“The timings of the new additional frequencies would further provide our guests from Malaysia and the surrounding region flexibility in their travel and better connectivity into Australia and Taiwan and vice versa from the cities into Kuala Lumpur, where guests are able to tap on our vast route network of over 80 destinations across South East Asia and beyond,” Mr Osman-Rani said.The carrier’s parent company, AirAsia also unveiled a new rewards program, the Skyrider Club for youngeons below the age of 14.Unveiled today the program allows the young guests to gain Tune Talk points and redeem them with flights and concerts.The carrier’s chief executive Tan Sir Tony Fernandes said the kid’s club was introduced in time for the airline’s ten year celebrations and would encourage brand loyalty from a young age.