MISSION CONSOLE TABLE : CONSOLE TABLE
Mission console table : Round wooden dining room tables : Oak night table.
Mission Console Table
- A table supported by ornamented brackets, either movable or fixed against a wall
- A table meant to be displayed against a wall. It may be attached to the wall with only two front legs or freestanding on four legs.
- (Console Tables) Tables made for fixing against a wall and having no legs at the back. They came into fashion early in the eighteenth century, and were made often in pairs.
- a small table fixed to a wall or designed to stand against a wall
- A group of people taking part in such an assignment
- An organization or institution involved in a long-term assignment in a foreign country
- a special assignment that is given to a person or group; "a confidential mission to London"; "his charge was deliver a message"
- An important assignment carried out for political, religious, or commercial purposes, typically involving travel
- an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious work
- an operation that is assigned by a higher headquarters; "the planes were on a bombing mission"
Kathy Ireland Home by Martin Mission Pasadena 60-1/2-Inch Full-Sized Tall Entertainment TV Console; 36-Inch Height
This Kathy Ireland Home by Martin Mission Pasadena TV Console stands 36 inches tall making it perfect for use in a bedroom, great room or living room. Made especially for flat panel TVs up to 65 inches wide,, this console features two adjustable Cool-Tech component shelves and can store up to six electronic components. The large speaker grille is removable and conceals a fully finished compartment suitable for housing speakers or electronic components. Mission Pasadena is inspired by the early 20th century Arts & Crafts movement and features a classic mission style finish accented by lead colored hardware. All Kathy Ireland Home by Martin products carry a 10 year limited warranty.
Lonnie's High School Senior Picture, 1965
“I wish we could have pulled out a miracle for you and Lonnie. Maybe the miracle was that she existed at all , , , what a gift she was to everyone . . . ‘the amazing Mrs. McCauley’. The pictures, the plaques, the citations, her children, the letters, the flowers . . . what a full life she lived in such a short time.”
“She was accepting of everyone . . . she pulled you into her circle . . . or . . . rather she expanded her circle to include you . . . she was on a ‘mission’ even in high school at Lourdes. She was a girl filled with a passion to organize and work hands on with people. She rolled up her sleeves and collected cans of food for the poor when she was only fifteen years old. She displayed banners of support when the ‘brainy kids’ participated in the National Westinghouse Science Fair. She acted in and raised money for the legendary school play ‘The Sounds of Music’. She consoled people who were left out . . . she was everyone’s best friend . . . cliques mattered not to Lonnie . . . she transcended cliques . . . she was everywhere, helping everyone. She was the first person to rise from the lunch table when Mr. Steever the school custodian collapsed with a fatal heart attack . . . she moved forward to embrace the man’s wife who was cleaning the cafeteria. She consoled this shocked and grieving woman whole husband had just died before our eyes. She would bring dog biscuits to Duke the dog and mascot and best friend of Mr. Neely another custodian at the school. The miracle of her life was shared with all of us . . . there was always time for a smile or a hug or a good natured tease to get you to laugh at yourself. Each of us has our own special memory of Lonnie. She touched us all . . . we will miss her dancing blue Irish eyes and her black hair with a hint of chestnut gleaming through it. We should thank God for the soul of her, for it was her soul that she shared with everyone she touched.”
Mary Nantell, High School Classmate
The Christmas Trip 6 - Tuscon
View on black
Location: The Photographer's Workshop
The background texture a wall mural
that I photographed in San Francisco's
The Christmas Trip -6-
The Bus was an agony for the woman in front of us. She was simply too big to get into
the lavatory. She moaned as the bus ground on to Tucson. She rolled her head back
and began to moan. "Oh Lordy!'
Jason leaned forward to console her, "you got a pot 'r sumthin' you can stick
'Ohhhhh Lordy!' she replied.
Jason rolled his eyes, 'Hopeless!'
Her agony ended when we pulled three hours late into Tucson. Sleepy anxious
people poured themselves into the waiting room. I scouted a McDonalds and
ordered Popcorn and an Extra Double Whopper with Bacon, Swiss American,
and Blu Cheese.
I sat at a small fold out table covered in napkin doilies.
Jason joined me. 'Hey Dude! You give me a twenty an' I'll take it an' double it.'
I laughed: 'Take your own twenty, double it, give me half and I'll return
it to you to double.' I picked up my Whopper and watched it pour through
'Here Jason, take this burger. I'm not hungry.'
Jason looked starved and I assumed that he was too proud to
ask straight up for money.
Jason examined me. Whopper juices streamed down his chin.
'Dude? 'r you like--um--European? ... Like--umm. French?'
'Because of the Blu Cheese?' I asked.
Jason shook his head no. '..I thought you was French is all. Ever notice
how folks stare at you?'
'Because I look French'
'Naahh--Because --well you look like a fag'.
'Like a fag?' I was loving this.
'Maybe your face.'
'I have a fag face?'
'Itsa kinda soft face.'
'Like the French?'
'Kinda. But not--'
I nodded. 'So I look like a faux French fag."
And our bus was called.
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