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German Playboy model Cathy Schmitz marries billionaire Richard Lugner

Sep 16, 2014 -- 8:17am

An 81-year-old Austrian billionaire, known for the famous partners he invites to the annual Vienna Opera Ball, has married 24-year-old Playboy model Cathy Schmitz.


The pair wedded at Schönbrunn palace - a 1,441-room summer residence in Vienna - after meeting in February this year and becoming engaged in August.

Lugner acknowleged their 57-year age gap in an interview with The Localbefore the wedding. "Apart from the big age difference, everything fits," he said.

 

Lazer Cat Senior

Sep 12, 2014 -- 6:17am

Schenectady High School senior Draven Rodriguez has launched a petition to convince administrators to let him put his senior portrait in the yearbook. Now, if this were a standard, or even slightly awkward, senior portrait, it wouldn't be a problem. But Rodriguez's photo isn't just of himself — it includes his cat, some lasers, and another picture of that cat superimposed on top of those lasers. And if that's how he wants his classmates to think of him when they look back on their high school days, who are we to stop him?

Fashion Friday! Homecoming Edition

Sep 05, 2014 -- 7:29am

Chelsea from Gurnee Mills stopped in this morning with Jimmy and Lisa to talk Homecoming fashion trends. Here are some of the fashions talked about. The Cut Out, Two Piece, Two Toned, and Striped look

Makeup Thief

Sep 04, 2014 -- 8:02am

 An Arkansas woman whose mug shot shows her in heavy aqua and maroon eye shadow is accused of shoplifting $144 in makeup.

Horse Collar

Sep 04, 2014 -- 7:35am

The concessionaire for the Green Bay Packers is stepping up its food game for the upcoming season, unveiling a hot doughnut ice cream sandwich and a 22-inch-long kielbasa called the Horse Collar.

Fashion Friday!

Aug 29, 2014 -- 7:39am

Here are some of the styles discussed this morning with Chelsea and Lisa Tyler

The One Letter to Read Before Sending Your Child to School

Aug 28, 2014 -- 8:06am

Hey Baby.

Tomorrow is a big day. Third Grade – wow.

Chase – When I was in third grade, there was a little boy in my class named Adam.

Adam looked a little different and he wore funny clothes and sometimes he even smelled a little bit. Adam didn’t smile. He hung his head low and he never looked at anyone at all. Adam never did his homework. I don’t think his parents reminded him like yours do. The other kids teased Adam a lot. Whenever they did, his head hung lower and lower and lower. I never teased him, but I never told the other kids to stop, either.

And I never talked to Adam, not once. I never invited him to sit next to me at lunch, or to play with me at recess. Instead, he sat and played by himself. He must have been very lonely.

I still think about Adam every day. I wonder if Adam remembers me? Probably not. I bet if I’d asked him to play, just once, he’d still remember me.

I think that God puts people in our lives as gifts to us. The children in your class this year, they are some of God’s gifts to you.

So please treat each one like a gift from God. Every single one.

Baby, if you see a child being left out, or hurt, or teased, a little part of your heart will hurt a little. Your daddy and I want you to trust that heart- ache. Your whole life, we want you to notice and trust your heart-ache. That heart ache is called compassion, and it is God’s signal to you to do something. It is God saying, Chase! Wake up! One of my babies is hurting! Do something to help! Whenever you feel compassion – be thrilled! It means God is speaking to you, and that is magic. It means He trusts you and needs you.

Sometimes the magic of compassion will make you step into the middle of a bad situation right away.

Compassion might lead you to tell a teaser to stop it and then ask the teased kid to play. You might invite a left-out kid to sit next to you at lunch. You might choose a kid for your team first who usually gets chosen last. These things will be hard to do, but you can do hard things.

Sometimes you will feel compassion but you won’t step in right away. That’s okay, too. You might choose instead to tell your teacher and then tell us. We are on your team – we are on your whole class’ team. Asking for help for someone who is hurting is not tattling, it is doing the right thing. If someone in your class needs help, please tell me, baby. We will make a plan to help together.

When God speaks to you by making your heart hurt for another, by giving you compassion, just do something. Please do not ignore God whispering to you. I so wish I had not ignored God when He spoke to me about Adam. I remember Him trying, I remember feeling compassion, but I chose fear over compassion. I wish I hadn’t. Adam could have used a friend and I could have, too.

Chase – We do not care if you are the smartest or fastest or coolest or funniest. There will be lots of contests at school, and we don’t care if you win a single one of them. We don’t care if you get straight As. We don’t care if the girls think you’re cute or whether you’re picked first or last for kickball at recess. We don’t care if you are your teacher’s favorite or not. We don’t care if you have the best clothes or most Pokemon cards or coolest gadgets. We just don’t care.

We don’t send you to school to become the best at anything at all. We already love you as much as we possibly could. You do not have to earn our love or pride and you can’t lose it. That’s done.

We send you to school to practice being brave and kind.

Kind people are brave people. Because brave is not a feeling that you should wait for. It is a decision. It is a decision that compassion is more important than fear, than fitting in, than following the crowd.

Trust me, baby, it is. It is more important.

Don’t try to be the best this year, honey.

Just be grateful and kind and brave. That’s all you ever need to be.

Take care of those classmates of yours, and your teacher, too. You Belong to Each Other. You are one lucky boy . . . with all of these new gifts to unwrap this year.

I love you so much that my heart might explode.

Enjoy and cherish your gifts.

And thank you for being my favorite gift of all time.

Love,
Mama

- See more at: http://momastery.com/blog/2014/08/21/the-one-letter-to-read/#sthash.A9LRcZt5.tqhEYT3Y.dpuf

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