“Just let a girl live,” she teased while speaking with Us Weekly exclusively on Monday, November 9.Adams and the roofing contractor were together for six years before they tied the knot in February 2016. After less than two years of marriage, Bourelle filed for divorce in October 2017. The former phlebotomist later had her maiden name restored after finalizing her divorce in November 2017. Earlier this year, the reality TV star opened up about trying to salvage her marriage before finally calling it quits.“When things were getting really bad, we were like, OK, we need to go see a counselor,” Adams recalled during an October episode of the “Click Bait” podcast. “Actually, that was my doing, because I knew I needed to do absolutely everything in order to know that was the end of the road. … At that point, you kind of walk through some things and you try as hard as you can, but you can’t force someone to love you.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Despite her reservations about pursuing another engagement, the Bachelor in Paradise alum was able to use her past experience to help guide her to her perfect match.“Having been married before, I feel like … I’m not just going to do anything just to do something. I’m not going to do it because I feel like I need to or do this and that. I’m going to do it because it’s the right thing to do, and I’m excited and happy,” she told Us. “If it were to happen, it’d be with the right sentiment.”The Bachelorette airs on ABC Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET.Listen to Here For the Right Reasons to get inside scoop about the Bachelor franchise and exclusive interviews from contestants Not looking back! Tayshia Adams‘ divorce from ex-husband Josh Bourelle might play a big role in her dramatic turn on The Bachelorette, but she’s still on “cloud nine.”The 30-year-old California native dished about her journey on season 16 of the ABC dating series following Clare Crawley‘s engagement to Dale Moss during the Thursday, November 5, episode. As she prepared to make her highly-anticipated debut at La Quinta Resort & Club in Palm Springs, California, Adams revealed that she didn’t hear from Bachelor Nation exes Colton Underwood and John Paul Jones — or from Bourelle.Tayshia Adams on ‘The Bachelorette’. ABC- Advertisement – Though her first marriage didn’t work out, Adams hasn’t closed herself off to the possibility of finding The One — again. While meeting her lucky suitors, the former Bachelor contestant admitted it wasn’t difficult to be honest about her divorce.Tayshia Adams’ ex-husband, Josh Bourelle. Courtesy D&J Roofing Inc./Instagram“It’s not hard at all [to talk about] because it’s definitely something that I’ve experienced in the past and it led me to today,” she told Us. “But I don’t want it to define me because it doesn’t define me. It’s just something that I grew from and I learned from.”In a dramatic new Bachelorette teaser, Adams told the men vying for her heart that she was ready to “really dive in deep and find my life partner” after getting “married and divorced at a really young age.” Speaking directly to the camera, Adams later admitted through tears that “the fear of divorce” would always haunt her.- Advertisement –
China’s foreign ministry said its actions are “entirely necessary and reciprocal countermeasures that China is compelled to take in response to the unreasonable oppression the Chinese media organizations experience in the US,” noting what it said are “discriminatory restrictions” on Chinese journalists’ visa processing, administrative review and reporting activities.Secretary of State Michael Pompeo dismissed the moves and the comparison to the US decision in a news conference Tuesday with reporters in Washington, saying he hopes Beijing will reconsider.“These aren’t apples to apples in any respect and I regret China’s decision today to further foreclose the world’s ability to conduct the free press operations which, frankly, would be really good for the Chinese people, really good for the Chinese people in these incredibly challenging global times where more information, more transparency are what will save lives,” Pompeo said.Topics : China will effectively expel a group of US journalists and prohibit them from relocating to work in Hong Kong or Macau as a tit-for-tat over media access between the two countries expands.China’s foreign ministry on Tuesday said some reporters at the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post must hand in their media cards within 10 days in what it said was a response to US caps on Chinese media imposed early this month.In addition, China asked five US media outlets to submit detailed personnel and asset information to the government, a decision that mirrored a US move to designate five Chinese media outlets as “foreign missions.” This requirement applies to Voice of America, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and Time.
8082 Riverside Drive, Hope Island.The five-bedroom, five-bathroom Sanctuary Cove waterfront house hit the market in September.It has space for 10 cars, three separate living areas, a large rumpus room and two outdoor covered entertaining areas overlooking a pool.RE/MAX Regency, Gold Coast agent Martin Moolman said a local Gold Coast family bought the property.The Stoners paid $4.25 million for the property in 2012.Another five-bedroom five-bathroom mansion took out the number two spot after it sold for $2.5 million. 2256 Banksia Lakes Drive, Sanctuary Cove sold for $2.5 million.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North11 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe property at 2256 Banksia Lakes Drive, Sanctuary Cove overlooks the Pines Golf Course and offers luxury living on a grand scale.A 14m heated pool, 10-car garage and several outdoor living spaces are among its features.Hope Island Resort Realty agent Evan Molloy negotiated the sale.It has been listed for rent through Harcourts Coastal at $2000 per week. Hope Island is a boatie’s paradise. Photo: Richard GoslingHope Island Resort is a 360ha resort and residential community started by Shinko Australia in the 1990s.Both resorts today boast some of the most expensive luxury property on the Gold Coast with golf buggies a popular form of transportation around the resorts. 8082 Riverside Drive, Hope Island sold for $4.75 million.TWO Gold Coast mansions sold for a combined $7.25 million, topping the state’s real estate sales list last week according to CoreLogic.Both properties are at Hope Island – the golfing and boating mecca on the Gold Coast with a growing reputation as a family-friendly suburb.Taking the top spot was professional motorcycle racer Casey Stoner’s palatial Gold Coast mansion that sold for $4.75 million. Hope Island Golf Course. Photo: Richard GoslingThe former was developed by Mike Gore, who launched the enclave in 1987 with a show called the “Ultimate Event” featuring superstars Frank Sinatra and Whitney Houston.The Marine Village forms the heart of Sanctuary Cove with a range of retail outlets and restaurants including a 217-seat theatre. 2256 Banksia Lakes Drive, Sanctuary Cove.Hope Island is famous for its golf courses including Links Hope Island and two championship courses at Sanctuary Cove, The Pines and The Palms.Sanctuary Cove and Hope Island Resort are two integrated tourist resort projects, which transformed the area into what it is today.
43a Dopson Street Taringa is set to test the market at auction this weekend.Brisbane offers a more conservative auction market than the southern capitals, where putting homes under the hammer more often the rule than the exception.However recent results show interest in Brisbane’s high-end family homes is gaining momentum.Kevin Brogan, auction commentator for Corelogic, said the limited amount of high quality family stock in Queensland’s capital has a lot to do with the hot auction results.“They (agents) definitely use the auction method of sale to excite, interest and develop a bit of urgency, and one of the things they’ve been talking about is the strength of the market for owner occupier family homes. … rather than the investment market,” he said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours ago“The issue in Brisbane is that there is stock available, but certainly the agents that are taking a property to auction are doing so because there’s possibly a lack of the right type of quality stock and that’s what that’s giving them that really competitive bidding environment for both them and the vendor.”Certainly this Saturdays round of auctions will have some great options for very high-end owners to consider.Among them is this beautiful extension and renovation at 7 Elizabeth St, Paddington which goes under the hammer at 12:00 tomorrow.The four-bedroom contemporary adaptation of a classic Queenslander cottage will certainly have crowds gathering in anticipation of a big end price.Another suburban stunner at 43a Dopson St, Taringa is also up for grabs at 10:00am.Interest has been huge for this home. Its architectural finish, high-quality fitout and clever indoor/outdoor design will bring in the onlookers — particularly the locals — as the upper end price point for the suburb is tested.
Both of the other two homes have double garages. 480 Cooroy Mountain Road, Cooroy Mountain, QLDA NOOSA hinterland property is the ultimate in upsizing, offering three oceanview homes in one package, and it even has a stream and waterfall running through the house.The deceased estate is located on over 14 acres within the Noosa shire, just 15 minutes from the heart of one of the most popular holiday spots in the state.It has three separate dwellings as part of a lifestyle package, with a resort-style inground pool, large water tanks, a borehole, and views of both the ocean and surrounding countryside. The stream cuts through two living areas.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago Bi-fold doors help embrace the outdoors.Located at 480 Cooroy Mountain Road, Cooroy Mountain, the property has a double storey studio with its own double garage on the lower level as well as another self-contained residence.The main house is a triple-storey property with the middle section dedicated to a living zone, complete with a “rear water fall and a stream dissecting living areas”.Agent Peter Flint of Elders Real Estate — Nambour and Maleny was marketing the main home as having bi-fold doors that open up to full appreciate the view, with a three sided balcony, executive style kitchen, formal and informal zones leading out to the pool. Water is a key part of the main residence. The resort-style pool. That’s one way to commune with nature.The lower level of all about indoor relaxation with a fully equipped media area while the top floor has a sprawling master bedroom, away from two other bedrooms that are located in the middle floor. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK
At least 45,000 Nigerians are now living as refugees. After a series of attacks by Boko Haram, families have sought safety in camps in northern Cameroon. CCTV’s Kathryn Ogunde has more.
Share Sharing is caring! Share Share LocalNews Urban Harrigan laid to rest by: – January 27, 2012 210 Views no discussions Tweet See photo gallery belowUrban Harrigan of Loubiere who died last week Thursday was laid to rest at the Roseau Catholic Cemetery yesterday afternoon.Harrigan who is popularly known as a Veteran Master of Ceremonies, Carnival Organizer, Sports Organizer and Community Worker died at the age of 70 two weeks short of receiving a Dominica Calypso Hall of Fame Recognition Award.At his funeral mass on Thursday afternoon, Fr. Reginald LaFleur described him as a “committed family man and devoted church man who never missed Sunday Mass”.Fr. LaFleur noted that Mr. Harrigan always ensured that he attended mass every Sunday with his family, which speaks volumes at a time when families are finding it difficult to spend time together.Fr. Reginald LaFleurHe also highlighted Mr. Harrigan’s love for his family; his wife of 41 years Patricia Harrigan and children.Fr. LaFleur said, “He would always speak about his wife Pasty” even in jokes while hosting a show.He seized the opportunity to admonish husbands and wife to emulate Mr. Harrigan’s example of family life as well as to appreciate each other. During the service Fr. LaFleur also asked husbands and wives or parent and children to express their love to each other.Fr. LaFleur said, “death is only a door to a new, better and exciting occasion” and advised all to view life as a special gift which they should not allow to slip away.[nggallery id =126]Dominica Vibes News
Ice is blamed for an accident on Highway 350 near Osgood Saturday morning.VERSAILLES, Ind. – Slick road conditions led to some accidents across the region Saturday morning.Versailles police responded to a two-car accident on US 50 just east of Cave Hill Road around 8 a.m.A box truck driven by Thomas Wilson of North Vernon was traveling east on the snow covered roadway when it struck a retaining wall. The truck then came back on the road and hit an SUV operated by Patrick Grant, 52, of Petersburg, KY.There were no injuries but the cargo box of the truck was torn off and the content, goat meat, spilled onto the roadway.A single vehicle accident occurred around 9 a.m. on Highway 350 and Base Line Road east of Osgood.The driver, Katelyn Felix reportedly lost control on Laughery Bridge after hitting ice. She was not injured.Icy roads are believed to be the cause of a Megabus rolling over on I-65 near Seymour. The bus was carrying 68 passengers and 26 were injured.
Monk’s side have enjoyed an excellent start to the campaign and currently sit fifth in the table, level on points with Manchester United. The Swans’ momentum has, however, slowed in recent weeks with the team winless in their last four league matches. “Stoke is never an easy place to go and we know we have never won there in the Premier League,” Monk told Swansea’s official club website. “However, we should have won the last time we played there in February, so hopefully we can repeat that performance and get the victory. “They (Stoke) try and play football but they still have that direct aspect of their game, which makes them dangerous. “We have to go there with belief and impose ourselves on the game.” Swansea will be looking to get back to winning ways as soon as possible, having recorded consecutive draws against Newcastle and Sunderland. The international break has given Monk and his squad time to reflect on their season so far and the Swans boss says his team will be raring to go come Sunday. “It’s the same for every team but we will give the players all the information they need in order to be ready for Sunday’s game,” Monk added. “It’s difficult when half the squad is away, but we have still had a lot of players who have featured in the first team on a regular basis so we’ve managed to do plenty of offensive and defensive work.” Swansea boss Garry Monk says his players will need to be brave if they are to beat Stoke at the Britannia Stadium for the first time in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday. Press Association