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The Move To Boise



A Post-RV Itinerary

Below is my itinerary for the move to Boise. I am trying to be precise and all changes can be anticipated.

  1. We are currently expecting the dinar to revalue by the end of this month. The RPP programs remain in the mix as I have been told we should receive funding by the end of October. We cannot proceed without this coming into effect. Wells Fargo will be controlling the funds until we get to Boise and our corporation is formed. We additionally expect the additional purchase of the Vietnamese Dong provided it is available. Silver will be purchased also.esther1 400x


  1. Fund my fiancee, Esther Wilson for travel
  2. Acquire rental car and repair existing automobile.
  3. Arrange 2 cell phones.
  4. Repair dentures.
  5. Arrange reimbursement to my Brother.
  6. Arrange all repair to Homestead.
  7. Receive my fiancee, Esther Wilson to Tuscaloosa from Houston
  8. Arrange a Medishare account for Esther.
  9. Make a portrait for the both of us mainly for public consumption
  10. Complete physical for Esther
  11. Travel to San Antonio
  12. Purchase automobile and acquire Time share
  13. Drive to Tuscaloosa
  14. Have Dean gain access a storage facility with lock, reimburse
  15. Collect personal effects in Tuscaloosa, arrange transport
  16. Drive to Houston and collect personal effects for Esther, arrange transport
  17. Drive to Boise
  18. Attend legal meeting in Boise, set up Corporation, arrange asset protection
  19. Decision on capitol equipment
  20. Look to purchase properties, acquire land
  21. Set date for marriage
  22. arrange invitations
  23. Send Esther to Houston for preparations
  24. Travel to Houston for wedding
  25. Honeymoon in San Antonio Time share
  26. Return to Boise, begin construction for house.,business
  27. Acquire car for Esther
  28. Have Esther acquire house decor
  29. Convert corporation to research
  30. research hair styling business
  31. Return to Tuscaloosa
  32. Visit Houston for xmas
  33. Return to Boise
  34. Research Puppy farm
  35. Begin scheduling public events
  36. Vacation

Sporting Events

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Josh Jacobs: ‘I kind of bring my own style’

Don’t ask any Alabama yearbook committee. Josh Jacobs has it handled. He already figured out superlatives for his fellow running backs.

The sophomore has pegged juniors Damien Harris and Bo Scarbrough as “the class clown” and “the hype man,” respectively. For the freshmen, Brian Robinson was named “the sleeper” and Najee Harris was simply called “chill.”

Jacobs doesn’t know what to label himself.

Fear not, Alabama coach Nick Saban does.

“I think he’s a really good change-of-pace guy,” Saban said. “He’s a guy to create roles for because he has a lot of diversity as a player. He’s a very good receiver. He’s an inside runner; he’s an outside runner.”

This season, Jacobs has carried the ball 16 times for 124 yards. He averages 7.8 yards per carry and 24.8 yards per game. He has only played in five of Alabama’s seven games because he was returning from a hamstring injury in the beginning. Jacobs has also caught four passes for 72 yards and a touchdown.

Most recently, against Arkansas, Jacobs had nine runs for 39 yards and two receptions for 36 yards. It was the healthiest he has felt so far. The team is happy to have him back.

“Well, you know, Josh, he is a really good back and presents a lot of problems for us at practice,” Alabama linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton said. “He’s the reason why you get cussed out a lot of times. He can do it all. He can run you over. He can make you miss.”

Think of him as the total package. The Crimson Tide does.

As for running people over, the 5-foot-10, 212-pound bowling ball is shorter and lighter than all of the other active players in his position group. Only he has a way of making it work to his advantage, and it’s not always a physical battle.

“Really, I strategically do certain things,” Jacobs said. “Like if I have a player and I try to run him over, next time I see him I might try to juke him. It’s all like mind games really.”

It gets to a point where Jacobs is inside his opponent’s head. He can tell when that happens because whoever is covering him will hesitate instead of charging full speed.

Hamilton said Jacobs can do it all. Damien Harris added in a “kind of” to that statement.

There’s one thing that hasn’t been addressed: Jacobs’ ability to throw the ball. He did play as a wildcat quarterback at McLain High School.

“No, he can’t,” Harris said. “I’m here to tell you all he can’t throw the ball.”

It was a carefree interjection, but Jacobs did admit it has been a long time since he legitimately threw anything and he isn’t sure if he still could. Regardless, he can do just about everything else in a way that’s different from the norm.

Maybe Jacobs should be dubbed the unique one.

“I kind of bring my own style of running,” Jacobs said.