Betty MacDonald fan club fans,
one of Betty MacDonald's wonderful friends celebrates birthday in March.
Tell us the name please and you might be the winner of a Betty MacDonald documentary.
We got so many birthday cards from Betty MacDonald fan club from all over the world.
The winner who sent the best and most original birthday card will be our Betty MacDonald honor guest of the next International Betty MacDonald fan club event.
A Betty MacDonald fan club birthday exhibit with many very special birthday cards by Betty MacDonald's family and friends.
You'll be able to see wonderful cards for Betty MacDonald with very touching messages for example by her daughter Joan MacDonald Keil or her good friend Monica Sone. ( see info below ' Betty MacDonald and The plague and I )
There will be a Betty MacDonald fan club birthday event DVD available.
I agree. Jealousy is a very serious illness. These persons have no self
value feeling. They act like angry childs, destroy everything and have a
miserable life. Very negative persons, indeed!
I feel sorry for our beloved Betty MacDonald because there was lots of jealousy in her life.
You can find comments of other writers for example:
MacDonald only wrote about herself and boring chickens. I can't
understand the reason why THE EGG AND I is so successful.
It's so typical for jealous persons.
I'd like to change this sad subject now.
We'll have several International Betty MacDonald fan club events in 2016.
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You can see brilliant Brad Craft.
Seems I'm in this for a hot second. I remember being asked to participate one day on the street in front of the bookstore where I work. I didn't think to ask what it was for, or even so much as the name of the song or the band. Didn't want to be late coming back from lunch. Silly bugger. The very nice young woman with the green hair also featured herein happens to work at Magus Books. She mentioned she'd seen me. Told me the name of the band, and here we are.
I bet Betty MacDonald fan club honor member Mr. Tigerli adores our new Betty MacDonald fan club honor member.I've read some of Tatjana Geßler's books and I like them very much.
Enjoy Betty MacDonald's very beautiful Vashon Island, please.
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The migrant deal is intended to halt illegal migration flows to Europe in return for financial and political rewards for Ankara. EU Council head Donald Tusk, who chaired Friday’s EU-Turkey summit, said a compromise accepted by Turkish premier Ahmet Davutoglu to avoid a Cypriot veto on the migrant deal was a “very promising signal for the future.”
Rapprochement between the Greek- and Turkish-speaking halves of the island in the past year hasraised hopes of a deal that could bring a rare bright spot of peace in a troubled region. Last week, however, Turkey’s demand to open five negotiating topics, known as chapters, in long-stalled talks on its distant membership prospects with the EU set Ankara – along with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other EU leaders keen for a deal – on a collision course with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades.
Cyprus had blocked the five chapters for years over Turkey’s failure to recognize its right to access Turkish ports as part of a customs union deal with the entire EU and vowed to veto any deal it disliked. In the end, in return for taking back migrants from Greek islands, Turkey settled for – among other benefits – opening just one chapter, which Cyprus had not frozen.
“We really dodged a bullet on this one,” said James Ker-Lindsay of the London School of Economics, who has advised U.N. negotiators seeking a settlement on Cyprus. “It could have got very, very nasty if Turkey had decided to dig its heels in.”
Turkey’s EU affairs minister had warned Europeans not to let Cypriot “caprice” block a deal and EU officials acknowledged that Merkel and other leaders, under huge pressure at home over the arrival of migrants from Turkey, were impatient with Cyprus. In the end, however, Davutoglu accepted the deal and told a news conference he was “optimistic” about relations with the EU.
Anastasiades voiced “full satisfaction” and said he would support Turkey’s EU accession talks if it meets his conditions. Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci tweeted: “The EU-Turkey deal reached as a result of the compromise culture is a positive outcome which is also helpful for the Cyprus negotiations.”
Officials involved in the talks said Tusk had been anxious to broker a compromise to avoid a domestic backlash against Anastasiades at parliamentary elections on May 22 that might imperil his cooperation with Akinci, who took office a year ago.
“This may be the last generation of politicians in Cyprus who still want a settlement,” a senior EU official said of the rapport between the two, who are both in their late 60s.
“To wreck Anastasiades is to derail the settlement process.”
Tusk got a personal taste of the issue on a visit to Nicosia and Ankara before the summit. Leaving Cyprus on a Belgian air force NATO plane for NATO member Turkey, Tusk had to fly via Greece due to Turkish refusal to recognize the island state.
Turkey, backed by Merkel, sprang its offer to take back migrants – in return for, among other things, five new accession chapters – on unsuspecting EU leaders at a special summit two weeks ago. Anastasiades then came under heavy pressure to agree.
“Five [EU] leaders in a room shouting at him to give ground wasn’t going to work and could derail the peace process,” an EU official said of efforts to convince Anastasiades on March 7.
Diplomats involved in the negotiations said Turkey appeared to believe it had sufficient leverage over the EU on migration to overcome the Cypriot block on accession chapters. In the end, however, EU negotiators closed ranks to avoid a Cypriot veto.
Yet despite the deterrent effect hoped for from the accord, migrants have arrived on Greek islands since the deportation scheme came into force Sunday, raising the prospect of more negotiations between the EU and Turkey. That may mean further discussion with Cyprus that cuts across the peace talks, despite Anastasiades’ insistence they are “two distinct processes.”
Ker-Lindsay at LSE said the interplay of the EU migration issue with U.N.-mediated efforts for a reunification deal could still cause “serious problems,” though he said all sides, including Turkey, appeared keen on a settlement for the island.
Tusk urged Davutoglu to see a possible virtuous circle: “A comprehensive settlement to the Cyprus problem will be beneficial to the wider security and stability of the region – and in particular to the strategic relationship between Turkey and the EU.”
Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (AET, agg 6-4): German giants stage stunning comeback as Thiago Alcantara and Kingsley Coman strike in extra-time thanks to Thomas Muller's last minute header
- Juventus took shock early lead at the Allianz Arena as Paul Pogba kept his cool to place the ball past Manuel Neuer
- Juan Cuadrado doubled advantage for visitors, curling the ball home after a blistering run from Alvaro Morata
- Robert Lewandowski replied for hosts with a powerful header on 72 minutes to give Bayern a lifeline
- Thomas Muller struck a dramatic late equaliser for the hosts in the final minute to take tie to extra-time
- Bayern pair Thiago Alcantara and Kingsley Coman struck in the additional half hour to give Munich victory
- Coman is on a two-year loan from Juventus and scored to ensure his parent club were eliminated
- German giants join Real Madrid, Atletico, Barcelona, PSG, Wolfsburg, Manchester City and Benfica in quarters
- Click the link to relive all the action as it unfolded at the Allianz Arena with Sportsmail's live coverage of the clash