Pwllheli based Andrew Hockridge has declared himself happy after finishing last weekends Wales Rally GB, his first ever world rally, second amongst the Citroen C2R2s' on what was arguably the toughest rally he has ever faced. Andrew and co-driver Rich Mills began the event still in with a chance at winning the championship but lost their advantage at a river crossing on Friday afternoon when the engine ingested water and they lost nearly 15 minutes whilst they rectified the problem. However the adventures had begun even before then. Sub zero temperatures in the days prior to the rally had left the roads covered in ice and the organisers had no option but to cancel the first stage of the rally. Such were the conditions that the Gino's Pizza Cheese backed Citroen actually failed to make it to the start of the second stage and had to be towed up a hill by a Landrover, incurring penalties before the day had even begun. With the rally counting as two rounds of the British Championship Andrew returned to Swansea at the end of day one thinking that his title hopes were already destroyed, but discovered that he had finished the day in second position, picking up some very useful points. The second morning dawned just as icy and the Geoff Jones Motorsport run C2R2 made it through the majority of the day without any major dramas but a patch of black ice on the last forest stage saw the GRH Foods supported car slide into a ditch, costing them more time.
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Workers at a Gwynedd cheese factory say they were sent home after saying bosses had told them the company is being wound up. Dwyfor Meirionnydd MP Liz Saville Roberts said the owners had told her the business was going into receivership, with up to 90 staff affected. No one has responded from the company, which had been at Y Ffor since before its relocation to Snowdonia Business Park. A worker, who asked not to be named, said: "Everyone is in shock here, it is very emotional.
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Here are my thoughts as someone who grew up with a non-mormon father and as someone who married a non-mormon girl. Girls aren't socially required to be missionaries, unlike men. God works by small and simple means to bring about His great and eternal purposes. Deep down I know he could pass on that stuff, but never the less it seems like a necessary inconvenience to attend these events. I still feel enriched by the contrasts, but in the important things, we have largely come together.
If he's in year 1 of the residency, he's got probably years left finishing residency then fellowship. Having said this, there are several aspects of this particular religion that you need to be aware of as these will greatly affect how she will approach you and the relationship as a whole. Then you might want to talk about all the things her church requires. There is no way I can compete with a suicide!!. IF she becomes an Atheist free thinker like you then consider keeping her. The divorce factor may allow some women to experience single-faith marriage at some point as some Mormon men marry multiple Mormon women over the course of their lifetimes, but the overall point stands: The only options for these women involve seeking a partner outside of the church, or a lifetime of celibacy. Somehow snow days when everyone else is off, I feel like my husband is the only one working I know there are many but it is very hard. This is because if your relationship gets serious and you guys get married, then she may have to forgo many of the customs of her religion. And on the other hand the thought of having to go through these residency years ahead haunts me. But my son will be 14 then and I will feel that I've already done the work of raising a child.