THINRONNA   30,557
30,000-39,999 SparkPoints
THINRONNA's Recent Blog Entries


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

I have been "interviewing" via email for another recipe development job and they inquired as to whether any of my previous work has been published so they could see it. At first I was worried because as far as I knew the site I have been working on was not live yet but THEN I went to check and HEY!!!! There it was! Yippeee!

Here is the link:

The main page has our picture my recipe for "Date Truffles" and if you click under the "Food" section you will see more of my recipes. At the bottom of each is my bio. The truffle picture, the sushi smoked salmon salad pictures and the blueberry yogurt granita pictures are all done by Patrick. They have more recipes by me that they have not posted yet. I suppose they will add them slowly.

I just love the look of the site!

I gotta go shop now for fresh fruits and is "photo shoot day" at our house!

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

LADYIRISH317 4/17/2014 9:59PM


Report Inappropriate Comment
CATLADY52 4/17/2014 2:31PM

    emoticon Great site!

Report Inappropriate Comment
KAYOTIC 4/16/2014 9:57PM

    Nice site! I love date balls, but you just mush the m with your hands? I put them in the food processor (but put cocoa powder in there too, since I'm a chocolate nut!) do you have to chop up the dates to get this to work?

Report Inappropriate Comment
JANISMKW 4/16/2014 9:54PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon
Great looking recipes!!! I'll have to actually cook them!
Very nice bio and photo of you.
As I was looking at it (clicked the link and visited the site before continuing reading the blog) I was wondering if you and Patrick had shot the photos... they are GORGEOUS!

Kudos and I wish you continued success! How exciting!

Report Inappropriate Comment
REMEMBER2BME 4/16/2014 8:49PM

    emoticon you rock!

Report Inappropriate Comment

    That's awesome! Great pictures and recipes! Wonderful bio too emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
CHEFSOPHIE 4/16/2014 12:17PM

    I love the website. The pictures are great. Congrats on turning a wish into reality.

Report Inappropriate Comment
LISALGB 4/16/2014 7:16AM

    I just saw the website - FANTASTIC!! Congratulations!! The bio is awesome and your picture is gorgeous!!
I am sending you a big, virtual hug!! You go, girlfriend!!


Report Inappropriate Comment
WINE4GIRL 4/16/2014 6:57AM

    I love it when someone else "pays" for my food! Congrats on another gig!

Report Inappropriate Comment
FITMARY 4/16/2014 5:35AM

    Congratulations! Can't wait to check it out!

Report Inappropriate Comment
ARNETTELEE 4/16/2014 4:34AM

  That's great!

Report Inappropriate Comment

Lost in a world of words!

Sunday, April 13, 2014

I have set another blog timer for myself. 10 minutes today...

So...I have found out the kind of writing/culinary job I don't like and the kind I do like. Last week I got all swept up taking a job with a weeks time limit and it just about killed me! UGH! It was crazy. I agreed to ghost write a "report" for someone (I suspect it is a chapter in a book) on breads with recipes to go with it. It sounded great but really it was kind of yucky. With the amount of time I was given and the outline, there was no way to give it any substance and, although it was ALOT of work I didn't feel good about it...but I did it. I won't take a job like that again. It is hard to explain, but it sucked the life out of me for awhile there!

My brain was just filled with words and recipes that I was producing at a rapid rate and then worries about the words and recipes I wasn't producing for other people and the words I have not put down for a blog I have due in a week or so and then back to the words and recipes I had still to do NOW! You can imagine my dreams! So NO more jobs like that for me!

I have three jobs that I love though, and that was another troubling thing about the "report" as it left very little time for anything else.

Here is what I DO like about my other jobs. They all have much better time frames that allow me to do quality work. I get to develop recipes of my own choosing, for two of the jobs (within their guidelines of course) and the feed back and guidance I get is constructive and professional. Yay! These jobs feed me rather than feed ON me! (plus they are all ongoing if I want) I will look for more jobs like this once I get caught up from this past H#ll Week!

I have somehow managed to keep up on my exercise through this all though. My poor family has had to take a back seat for the week to work and exercise (yesterday I fed the children chocolate cereal for dinner...and lunch emoticon) but today they are upfront again and will stay that way!

I managed to lose a bit of weight during the week as well (probably from being too busy to eat). I had gained a few pounds last month and I stubbornly don't want to move my ticker up (is that bad) so I am working to get to that weight again. I think once I can focus on myself and eating right again I will get back there. my timer went off but I do have one more thing...

I never mentioned this before but we have mostly lived in furnished homes here (or partly furnished) so when we moved here (to an unfurnished home) we had only a couch, a few shelving units, a desk and our beds for furnature. OH! And our bed...Patrick's and mine was unable to fit up the dang stairs of this old home so we had to get rid of it and we are sleeping on this tiny extra bed that we had. ANYWAY, we did get a kitchen table but have put off anything else until we get caught up financially. Basically we had one couch to relax on and we all could not share it at the same get the (ridiculous) idea.

The hotel is remodeling over the Easter break and we are NOT too proud to take a set of the old furniture! Keep in mind, this is a luxury hotel so the furniture is not too old and not shabby at all. This afternoon, Patrick is bringing home a full living room set...L shaped couch, two chairs and a coffee table! Whoo HOOO! We will all be able to sit down at once now! Whooo HOOO! lol!

Sometimes it makes me sad that we have a whole home of belongings in the states all in a storage space that my kids have never seen (Quin doesn't remember any of it). We are happy with what we can get now in this life though and one day (who knows when) it will be thrilling to see all of our things again. I suppose giving up things is the price we have paid for a life of adventure.

Now all we need is a proper bed and this will be like a REAL home!

Thanks for I get ready for my new furniture!

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

LISALGB 4/16/2014 7:11AM

    Ronna, you sound so happy!! Busy, but happy. I think you may have found your calling.
All of this is absolutely wonderful! I love reading that you are enjoying what you are doing. So, happy for you!!

Report Inappropriate Comment

    Congrats on all your writing jobs and your new furniture! Your extra pounds will probably disappear with all the work and exercise you are doing, so no need to move the ticker.

Report Inappropriate Comment
WINE4GIRL 4/13/2014 9:24PM

    Hey! That's awesome on several counts! You get "new" furniture! You learned what you don't like and don't have to travel that road again!

I moved into a great farmhouse on 100+ acre horse farm years ago. Unfortunately, my bed wouldn't fit up the stairs, so I slept on a raised air mattress for a year. It was actually very comfy! We adapt, adjust and move forward!

Report Inappropriate Comment
KAYOTIC 4/13/2014 6:44PM

    So no free hotel bed? That's great that you got the LR furniture though!

While it was a hard week, it was useful for you to figure out that you don't like that kind of work, so you can avoid it in the future. Sounds like you are going gangbusters! emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
COOKWITHME65 4/13/2014 1:17PM

    You make me smile Rhonna. I so wish we were neighbors. Enjoy that furniture. I sure would. Maybe you can be so lucky to get a bed also. I think the food writing on your terms is a wonderful idea.

Report Inappropriate Comment
LADYIRISH317 4/13/2014 1:09PM

    Enjoy the new furniture!

Report Inappropriate Comment
CHEFSOPHIE 4/13/2014 1:07PM

    What great luck with furniture. Your writing for food blogs sounds great. Looking forward getting some links from you.

Report Inappropriate Comment
FITMARY 4/13/2014 8:35AM

    The new furniture sounds GREAT! Hooray!
And do not touch that ticker. You WILL get rid of those pounds so spare yourself the extra work. At least, that's my approach!
Woo hoo!!!

Report Inappropriate Comment

Keeping up with myself

Thursday, April 03, 2014

Hello Spark Friends! I have been wanting to blog for days now but things keep getting in the way. Good things! Finally! (I've set myself a timer so I don't spend to much time "talking" to you all because my day is full and I don't want to get off track.)

Over here in Norway things are getting really interesting for me for sure. I honestly think it all started when I made my 101 Goals in 1001 days list in February. So far I have gotten 14 things completed. I figured that since I was out of work I would look at it as a gift rather than a curse and get going on things that are important to me.

Health wise one of the best things that has happened is that I have started running again. I have a plan and I have been sticking to it! It feels good to be running. The area in which we now live in is kind of interesting as we live a block away from the ocean but within a 7 minute run to the woods and if I run 12 minutes in the other direction I am in the open farmland. I am not getting bored with my runs!

You may have noticed on my status updates I have also been getting some work freelancing. I kind of can't believe it. About a week ago I was contracted to do five posts for an online kitchen ware company and I am working on my first post. It is on "spices". I will share the site once I actually see my stuff posted.

Last week I tried out for a blog and recipe development job for another site that is about to be up and going and yesterday they hired me! They have already bought two of my works and have contracted me to do as many recipes at this point as I can come up with. Patrick has taken all of my food shots. I have about six recipes I will be working on today.

I was contacted at the end of last week to ghost write a project involving "bread". This morning I was told I would get an offer today!

This afternoon I have an interview on Skype for more recipe development. I also have one more recipe development interview hanging out there with out an interview date set yet.

So yes, I feel like I am all up in it and having to work to try and keep up with myself! The thing is, I have been using a site for freelance work and they tell you to really get out there and apply to many jobs (I have a limit of 20 I am allowed to apply for in a month) so you have a better chance at being hired of course. I applied to 7 so far. I'm gonna stop applying for a while. :-)

I wanted work. I got work! This is why I have not been so much on here. The very good part is that I am feeling healthy and happy. The recipe development job I have is all about "healthy". My kids have been thrilled at the foods I have been making and Patrick loves food photography so we are having a great time.

Now I do have to go (my timer rang). I will absolutely share the sites with you very soon…I just gotta see it for real for myself first.

Oh! Here is something else. I would love input from you. I am supposed to submit an authors bio on myself to the "Healthy" site. I have never done one before. Any ideas on what one writes for such a thing?

Have a terrific day!!!!

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

TERRYT55 4/4/2014 2:05PM

    I'm so happy I found your blog this made me smile.

Report Inappropriate Comment
LIGHTNING572 4/4/2014 12:49AM

    Wow, so much going on. The scenery around you must be fantastic. I would love to see pics. Congrats on the jobs. You are one busy woman!

Report Inappropriate Comment
KAYOTIC 4/3/2014 10:16PM

    This is emoticon ! When it rains, it pours for you work-wise, eh? I think you made it happen with the 101 in 1001, just putting yourself out there, and look what happens! I'm so happy for you, and it's great that the kids and Patrick are able to share and participate in your work too.

Nice to hear you are running again too, emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
WINE4GIRL 4/3/2014 9:37PM

    Awesome! You have so much talent and to be able to put it to such a varied use is wonderful! On the bio... That was the hardest thing for me to write, because I kept thinking I sounded boastful. Look at the bios of some of your fav bloggers and authors to get an idea of length and basics. So pleased for you!

Report Inappropriate Comment
JANISMKW 4/3/2014 8:31PM

    How great!!! I'm so happy for you! Looking forward to getting the links to see your work.
emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
CHEFSOPHIE 4/3/2014 2:09PM

    All of this is fabulous news. I am looking forward to getting the links.

Report Inappropriate Comment
LISALGB 4/3/2014 1:53PM

    Wonderful news!! I am so excited for you and can't wait to see your posts. Be sure to share some of the pictures too.

Report Inappropriate Comment
CATLADY52 4/3/2014 11:34AM

    emoticon How about writing from the point of view as a newcomer to Norway? Just be yourself.

Report Inappropriate Comment

    Boy did you ever get work! Congrats! I would make a list of things about myself first and then whittle it down to the high points for my bio.
I have to say I am super jealous of your options for running, they sound so varied and beautiful.

Report Inappropriate Comment
FITMARY 4/3/2014 9:05AM

    That is so exciting and it all sounds perfect for you and for this period of your life. As for the bio, I agree that your "selling point" should be all the wonderful experience you have had traveling and cooking. I think you should also mention that you are a mother since that gives you extra props for people trying to get sometimes picky kids fed on a budget. Congratulations with it all!

Report Inappropriate Comment
MRSBENNETT2 4/3/2014 3:00AM

    FANTASTIC!!! That's great news! I'm so glad things are falling into place with you finally. :)

In your bio, make sure to let everyone know about your multiculturism. :)

Report Inappropriate Comment

Råskinnet is coming again!

Sunday, March 23, 2014

We are finally starting to see some sun and good weather here in Norway and things are starting to really look up. I started running again in earnest 8 days ago and am finally moving past that awful sore feeling where you don't know if you will ever be able to move normally again and moving into that feeling when a good run really improves your day. Yippee!

Aside from overall health and well being, one of the reasons I am compelled to be running for real is that my husband has convinced me to run in the Råskinnet run again this year. Some of you may remember this crazy race I have run in the past. It is the first Saturday in May this year and in Norway that could mean rain, sleet, snow or can never be sure! It is a run through the forest just north of Oslo. Even if the day is sunny and nice, the forest will be wet and muddy and treacherous. The lake (that we have to run into) may have ice on it and may not but it will for sure be cold. The cliffs that we have to scale will be wet and slippery...the hills will be steep and never-ending and the river we have to cross with be swift but at least you get a rope to hang on to! It is a very "special" race (insane)...for very "special" people (crazy) that makes a person feel amazingly accomplished if they are able to complete it (sore, bloody and completely drained). I signed up for it one year by accident and didn't really know what I was in for until, basically, right before it started (naive). It isn't one of those races where they set up obstacles for you...real nature IS the obstacle! The course is changed every year so no one can practice...although I am not sure why any one would want to. I have a pair of socks that will never look clean after running the Råskinnet no matter how many times I wash them. I keep them as sort of a trophy (oddity).

I think you get the idea. I don't really want to run it again. I have done it twice. I KNOW what I am in for. Here is the thing though. Patrick really wants to do it. He hates it and loves it. He feels compelled to do it. He HAS to. (crazy) I needed a little convicting but here is what I have come up with. Two years ago I was laid up physically and it was impossible for me to do it. This past year I felt that "life" was out to get me. Defeated, depressed and NOT feeling like I was able to fight the fight but rather like all I could do was survive. Now I am coming out on the other side of that. I am fighting. I am trying things. I will not only survive this time in my life but I will thrive in it! Sooooooo why not? I'm gonna do it! I will get all up in that run. Super people do it. (crazy people) The ones who win it are those Nordic skiers you all see on TV who are in amazing shape and have tremendous endurance the rest of us are just muddy, sweaty, wet warriors. Trying something. Willing to go into the freezing water for the cause (insanity), taking a deep breath and going strait into the waist deep mud to prove to ourselves that we are not afraid (not old yet), inspired to finish the thing as sticks whip us in the face and mud clings to our underwear (lost in the woods if we don't finish)...yes, the rest of us are just ordinary people who get to be warriors for just one day!

I AM a warrior (crazy)! I may be out of shape and a little beaten up after this past year but I am a fighter and I am NOT...DONE...YET! I'm gonna do this thing!

ps...I've linked this video before but if you haven't seen it here is a great video of the Råskinnet race the last time I ran it.

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

FITMARY 3/26/2014 7:36AM

    This looks insane! I'm choosing the emoticon that is running the other way!

Report Inappropriate Comment
CATLADY52 3/23/2014 6:08PM

    It looks like something I might have done when I was younger. Now I would have hot cocoa at the finish for you. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
LIGHTNING572 3/23/2014 5:17PM

    I just watched the video, that is crazy insane. Koodos to you for having done it, and considering doing it again!
I look forwared to following your adventures!!

Report Inappropriate Comment
REXTINE1 3/23/2014 4:22PM

    It sounds as if you're still having fun. Good luck with the race. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
ARCHIMEDESII 3/23/2014 3:11PM

    The link didn't work, boo.

BUT... that still sounds like a FUN race !!! Although, I might pass on wadding into waist deep cold water even in May. I don't mind being muddy, but I do object to being cold and wet. had enough of that this winter.

Still must be nice seeing all those good looking sweaty Nordic skiers all around you. teehee....

I'll admit that I have been considering another obstacle course race this year. I'd rather run a half marathon, but I have a feeling my achilles isn't going to let me. harrumph.

Keep us informed of your training. I'll be cheering you from the side lines !

Report Inappropriate Comment

    You have great reasons to do it. The toughest run I ever did was a race through a city park for the cross country team in high school. It did involve going up and down some steep hills, sliding down on my bottom, but that was the extent of excitement that I've ever experienced in a race. emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
CHEFSOPHIE 3/23/2014 12:48PM

    I am very impressed.

Report Inappropriate Comment
WINE4GIRL 3/23/2014 12:15PM

    emoticon Oh my... I remember the last time! You are a winner just because! I want to see pics! My friend runs these kind of crazy events almost every weekend after losing 100 pounds. He wears his cell phone on his upper arm in some kind of arm band. Just suggesting...
Rock on!

Report Inappropriate Comment
LADYIRISH317 3/23/2014 12:05PM

    "After you, dear." I'd be waiting on the shore with a towel, myself.

Report Inappropriate Comment

Rejection was so much fun until someone paid attention to me

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

I mentioned in my last blog that I submitted some artwork to an online magazine for consideration and a few days ago I got rejected by them. This may sound crazy but I was so happy for myself and was going to write this whole blog about how proud I was for being rejected because it meant I TRIED something. It is really true. Somehow getting someone out there to even look at what I had done was thrilling to me and being rejected was actually great because they sent this really nice note explaining that what I had sent was not what they were looking for at this time…not that it stunk but that it just wasn't for them. But it got out there! That was the thing! So fun!

I have also been focusing on myself and my health by eating right and running. I have been feeling so very good and so very brave lately! I updated my resume and my Linkedin profile. Awesome…very awesome feeling! I even lined up and connected with a few recruiters. Progress!

Trying things. Exercising. Eating right. Connecting. What could be better? Feeling very strong and brave I even applied for a few freelance writing jobs within the blog writing/culinary field. So great!

Really great. Then…it happened. I got a note back from one of them! They are interested in me! Yikes! I was so thrilled with rejection and now I am positively terrified by someone paying attention to me and NOT rejecting me! What is wrong with me?

I was sure I had blown it in the days after I sent in the application. I was funny in my cover letter and even more funny in response to the follow up questions they had asked on the form. I hardly focused on my chef skills at all and simply amused myself by attempting to amuse them with my writing. Later I kicked myself and wondered what I was thinking! Could I have not put down that I was detail oriented, thrived on research and highly knowledgeable in my field. Did I really have to put down that having nice hair was one of my best assets? But was done was done and I got ready to be ignored. Then the note came back of their interest.

Now I have to wait to find out what happens next. This is not a full time job or anything…it is really just an occasional thing if it works out but it would be so fun. Now I wonder what I am doing though! It is what I want for sure…but I am really really nervous about it all! I had myself convinced that it was over and I was silly for even trying. Why should rejection make me so happy and not being rejected make me so jittery?!?

Whaaaa! I just got a text on my phone from someone we know for an order for a cake in May! Now THAT I can handle. No nerves. No jitters. (As long as I don't have to write on it. emoticon )

  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

LISALGB 3/23/2014 11:02PM

    Awesome!! How exciting for you!! I can hardly wait to see how this all works out for you!! And, by the way, you are a real inspiration!!

Report Inappropriate Comment

    That's awesome Ronna!! I'm so excited for you!!! emoticon

Comment edited on: 3/23/2014 12:50:28 PM

Report Inappropriate Comment
IONA72 3/22/2014 6:03PM

    emoticon you are flying now!

Report Inappropriate Comment
KAYOTIC 3/22/2014 1:59PM

    I get the jitters from what "could be" coming your way....maybe part of it is the hope that the possibility holds, and the alternate possibility that what comes may also go away... Still, kudos to you for putting your work out there, and accepting the feedback, positive and not so much (although even the rejection seems not so rejecting of you, but just not fitting their need at the moment).

Report Inappropriate Comment
WINE4GIRL 3/22/2014 6:04AM

    How could I have missed this??? YEA for you! And congrats on this morning's news as well! You will rock... funny, witty, entertaining... all those descriptors apply to you! Anytime you want to guest write on my website, just let me know!
emoticon emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
HARLEYGAL55 3/21/2014 4:44PM

    How wonderful to have things moving forward for you. You are such an inspiration to not only me, but others too! So glad you looked outside the culinary box, even though you still have the option to step back into it when you want. Gotta be nice having so many gifts/abilities to fall back on. Although, it is easy to forget the ones we have until we take time to think about it. Good luck with all your possibilities!
~ Tobi

emoticon emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
REXTINE1 3/21/2014 2:54PM

    The most important key to success is to never quit. Congratulations on a definite start in the right direction. I always found that you can get to wherever you want to be by just starting in that direction and then keeping on in that direction. You're on your way now, and any background will be worth mention as you continue to look for employment.

emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
SHERYLP461 3/20/2014 9:47AM

    How wonderful for you! I imagine that you are jittery because your art is like a child to you, or some part of yourself. We all seek approval. Good luck to you and I really think you are a talented artist.

Report Inappropriate Comment
JANISMKW 3/19/2014 10:25PM

    Good for you! emoticon being brave and positive!
You're probably nervous because there are next steps to come. This one is just beginning. You can add more info about your skills because they want to talk to you. I think your personality and wit must have come through your writing, even if it was not your complete resume.
emoticon Keep it up!
And if your writing is online, please let us know so we can emoticon it!

Report Inappropriate Comment
FITMARY 3/19/2014 8:28PM

    Oh, yeah. This makes perfect sense to me. Being noticed is always more nerve-wracking, oops, scratch that. I mean, more exciting, liberating, wonderful than being rejected. But you are up to the task!!!

Report Inappropriate Comment
CATLADY52 3/19/2014 6:56PM


Report Inappropriate Comment
LADYIRISH317 3/19/2014 3:18PM

    No surprise here -- I told you you're amazingly talented. Please do keep us posted on what happens next with it. You know, I'd order a cake from you myself if the shipping wouldn't cost so darned much!

Report Inappropriate Comment
MKMMARTY 3/19/2014 11:47AM

    You are definitely a great writer and I thank you for writing so honest and clear.
Putting your self out there like that is so courageous and it will pay off in the end.

Report Inappropriate Comment
ARCHIMEDESII 3/19/2014 11:19AM

    Hi, Ronna !

That's awesome !!

Speaking with some authority here, I think you did the right thing by writing a witty cover letter instead of something more job oriented. If Norway's job market isn't too different than the US's, then the people reading those cover letters probably read at least 100+. All of them probably said how good a cook there were. How organized and reliable they were. Been there, done that.

By writing about YOURSELF instead of your skills, that caused your cover letter and resume to stand out. nice !!

No matter how skilled a worker you are, when you're out of work and looking, you feel like a teenager trying for their first job. There's a lot of self doubt going on. I know, I felt the same way while I was sending out resumes. We are soooo used to rejection that we don't know how to handle acceptance. it really IS a weird feeling. But you know what ? It's okay to feel exactly what you're feeling.

Just enjoy the moment. Don't ever take a rejection personally. That's something I learned. Because there is too much competition out there to take anything personally. Here's something a friend told to me and I will now pass on to you.

For every no you get, there will be a YES !!

And you do make the most wonderful cakes !!!


Comment edited on: 3/19/2014 11:20:02 AM

Report Inappropriate Comment
CHEFSOPHIE 3/19/2014 11:12AM

    That is great news. I would be nervous too. It is a new adventure, and it is normal to want to do it well.

Report Inappropriate Comment
REMEMBER2BME 3/19/2014 11:11AM

    Oh my goodness.... you have gotten an awful LOT done!
emoticon I personally think updating LinkedIn is huge. I think it is a challenging process. GREAT JOB. I will have to add you as a contact. Feel free to add me, Susan Deckert. AND connecting with recruiters.
emoticon HIGH 5! You are on FIRE!

I completely know what you mean about feeling terrified. I blogged about it on March 11th, titled, "I know what I want - Now to go get it." I was freaking out.

I am so so so happy for you, no matter what happens. You are much further along than me actually because you actually know what you want. I am all over the place.

emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Report Inappropriate Comment
LOVELESMILLS 3/19/2014 10:59AM


Report Inappropriate Comment

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Last Page