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Softball 1, 2; Varsity Softball 3. Prom Committee; Sr. Prom Committee; Jr. Semi-Formal Committee; Sr. Semi-Formal Committee; Candy Sale 3. Ahrens, Fuller, St. Weatogue St. Congratulations to the Suffield High Class of ! Richard M. Aurmonier A F. Musicals 1. Basketball 1; Cross Country 2. Food Bag now offers fresh hot pizza. Button Project Care 3; Math League 2. The future is ours to make of it. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3. South wick, MA Tel. Officer 3. Don't fall Into the aim — aim — aim syndrome.

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You must be able to fire. Semi-Formal Committee; Jr. Captain 4; As Schools Match Wits 3. A single soul dwelling in two bodies. Soccer 2; Varsity Soccer 4. Project Care 3. Softball 1. Field Hockey 1. Project Care 3; Golf 3. Probabl NCCC, the tl entire season. Xy Baseball faced a squad of only four players, and a new coach varsity baseball team jumped off to the. April 7 Avon Fri. April 8 East Windsor Toes. April 12 Canton Thurs. April 14 South Catholic Tues. April 19 East Granby Tues.

April 29 Stafford Mon. May 6 Granby Mon. May 9 Somers Tues. May 10 South Catholic Thurs. May 12 East Windsor Mon. May 16 Avon Wed. May 18 Canton Thurs. May 19 Windsor Locks Mon. May 23 East Granby Tues. May 24 Windsor Locks Wed. May 25 Granby. Coach P. Osowiecki, Coach R. Savoie R — S.

Savoie, Mgr. Gif- Gallo, D. Hullinger, N. Osowiecki, J. Lanier, J. Humistan, D. Grabowski, Coach B. Cahill, K. White, B. Foster, A. Kristy Mondo. L Cigal. Mgr S. Back row, L to R — K. B Kaput. The girls were enthusiastic throughout the Season and the outlook for next year is bright. In by a duo of Mike Coggins anc much promise for next sei returning players.

April 15 Tolland Tues. April 19 Granby Fri. April 22 Windsor Locks Tues. April 26 Canton Thurs.. April 28 Enfield Frl. O Smith Fri. May 6 St Thomas Aquinas Tues. May 13 Fermi Tues. May 23 Canton Tues. May 24 E. April 12 Avon Fri. April 26 Canton Fri. But after a few weeks of practice and consecutive wins, we realized that we not only had the potential to win our conference, but we had the capability. On the strength of our r 1 single- player, and our doubles teams, we sailed through tile season win after win.

Even after losing six sej io k and ohr coach this year, we expect to do great next yeta The and we are looking forward to the 3 has spirit and ability, ison. Boys' Track team had for the season. This gave the ii finish in the N. Baumert, M. Phelps J. Purrington Back Row — M. Coach Sirucrope, M. Berry, J. Strole, M. Second Row — P. Hollmgshead, J. Berry, A. Freyler, T. Third Row — J. Tholany, M. DeAngelis, B. Marchitto Fourth row — T. Hamilton, M. Coach Thompson. Front row — J. May 14 Hartford Public Invitational Sat. May 14 Manchester Invitational Tues. May 17 Windsor Locks Thurs.

The underclassmen carried the learn through the first half of the season. Seven girls also placed in the NCCC meet and three were all-conference. April 7 Ellington 0 Granby Tues.. April 12 Somers Thurs. Granby, S. Catholic Thurs , May 5 Farmington Sat. May 7 Nutmeg Relay tentative Tues.

Barrett, H. Mark the State Tournament. Three of Horan and Greg Hynes d Mark Purrington was ot a second place 76 in ich played well in the ntries. The team won its won in '81, '82, '83, and to beat in the NCCC. April 27 S. AVON Thurs. Smith Mon. May 13 South Windsor Mon.

May 18 E. Monty, M. Hynes, C. Patsch, D. Lathrop, P. Horan, M. Meleski, M. Schmidt, Kneeling: Mr. Gregor, C. Blake, M. Welch, J. Ewers, C. Phelen, F. Formanek, M. Murzyn Greg Hynes K. Horan, K. Egan, A. Viscomi, J. It was a successful season, the team had a record of six wins and eight losses. The fact that the team consisted of four sophomores and one junior is promising for the future of the program. The players did an outstanding job, playing many matches in adverse weather and traveling long distances to new courses that they have never played. May 4 Tues. May 10 Wed.. May 11 Mon..

May 16 Wed.. May 19 Mon.. May 23 Tues. May 24 Thurs. May 26 Fit. May 27 Jun 7 8! Greenwich 1. Hartford Coach J. Gregor, T. Lengyl, J. Bonini, A. Viscomi, K. Egan, K. The Wildcats being ousted from the state jiainville, in a penalty kick igelis and Willie Villota, avid Sikora, and Co- i the team, as a talented Jed strong support. Despite the loss of ten seniors, the WijJSfc' future looks bright, with nine underclassmen returning. Standing left to right: Manager E. Beecher, Manager H. Al- lenback. Captain W. Villota, E. Gamer, D. Makoski, Captain A. Caiazzo, J. Mandirola, J. Hoar, K. Bellmore, D.

Sapienza, D. DeMarco, D. Lownds, J. Walsh, D. Newton, D. Murphy, M. DeAngelis, D. Lee, S. Osowiecki, R. Formanek C. Mavis I. Davis C. Susca, C. Das, W. Mascetti, K. Sullivan, A. Baidyga, A. Seger, Coach L. Demarino, Kneeling left to right — M Schmidt. H Richard. M Sullivan. K Reilly. K Welch. Sept 15 Sat. Sept Thurs. C Tues.. O Wed.. Murphy, H. Martinez, M. Tullie, J. Carew, E. Sayadoff, E. Drownowski, J. Mandirola, M. Schmidt Kneeling — B. Kaput, C. Bland, G. Poiizzi, C. Richard, C. Daas, K. Muska, M. Sitting — A.

Glynn, L. Sept 14 Ellington FrL. Sept 16 Granby Wed. Smith FrL. Sept 23 Tolland Tues.. Oct 19 E. Eleven of our thirteen los. Eight of those thirteen weie against quarterfinal teams. The NCCC is withe; in the state. The key to the team and teamwork. The lessons lea me uable as those learned on an undefe The team never gave up and Perhaps more important than any ended the season with many gc Following the season the tear sports membership by the Tri-Captain Pamela Cc ference defender.

Tri-C Barrett were named ai Walter, P. Baldyga, S. Barcett, P. Leventis, S. Gloria, Coach Montighy; Kneeling left-to-right: M. Wada, M. Coleman, D. Sciacchitano, A. Haas, L. Shemain, M. Lemke, S. All will be missed for their leadership, particularly Casey who consistently placed in Suffield's top three all season long. Returning to anchor next year's team will be juniors Marc Morrison, a late addition to this year's pack, and Jack Mannix, this season's top runner.

Sept 20 0 Granby. Sept 29 East Hampton Invitational Tues. Avon Thurs. Oct 6 Enfield Sat. E O Smith Tues. Oct 18 Berlin. Monico, J. Bonini; M. Marchitto, B. Hofferberth, J. Mannix, S. Casey, P. Hollingshed, mgr. Cahill, J. Long, J. Roy, C. Blake, S. Beecher, E. Addison, A. Meehan; Sitting L to R: M. Gray, T. LeBlanc, T. Bartley, M. Shenoy, S. Horner, B. East Windsor Tues.

East Windsor Thurs.. Avon Sat. Windsor Lks. O Smith Tues. Windsor Locks Fri. With seniors and key inj extremely hard to fi did this with great enthusiasm. Standing L to R — Mngr. Manzano, Mngr. McNyre, D. Ehrhardt, S. Craig, T. Manzano, C. Floury, D. Broadhurst, S. Conley, S. Okun, H. O'Conner, K. Egan, Coach Dougherty. Kneeling L to R — J. Moody, K. Hanjack, S. Magliozzi, A. Piecyk, J. Striniste, P. Cortis, J. Long, Sitting L to R — S. White, S. Makoski, J. Stone, T. Guy Montigetti received a bronze medal on parallel bars at the N.

Rickey Dupre showed talent on parallel bars and on the high bar. Tyler Hall, the most talented newcomer, has the ability to go All-Around next season. Ryan Comor- gan showed great dedication to the team. Freshman Dana Kling showed great talent on the floor. And last but not least Brian Ahrens, who was the strong point on rings.

The team looks forward to a good season next year with the return of almost all of their members. Oct 18Weaver Away Sat. Oct 24 Newington Away Tues. Nov I Stamford Away Fri. Bonnelli, V. Ewers, D. Courtemache, L. Bikowski, A. Mancini, S. Ciotti, D. Luberts, A. Rush, K Tweedale, J. Shelly Gifford " 'cause we are ready for you" Top to Bottom: R. Carney, D. Russell, J. Haas, A. Mason, T. Baldyga, Capt. Crane, T. Allenback, the Wildcat, S. Meg and Jen, both juniors whose leadership and gymnastic experiences have benefited the team greatly were elected as co-captains. Although the team is small and young, the gymnasts exhibit excellent potential for the coming years.

As well as capturing the majority of the points for the team, these four gymnasts consistently won placements in meets. A mid-season score of Meg, Jen, and Carla did qualify for States. Long, C. Cordi, C. Hefflon, C. Ahrens, T. Manzano, J. Galetta, Coach Kulina; on ground: K Welch. Jan 5 Farmington Thurs. Jan I? South Windsor. Southington Sat. Jan 14 Kings wood Oxford Tues. Jan 24 Somers Thurs. Feb 2 Windsor. Weaver Tues. Wilcox, L. Kowal, A. Baldyga, D. Erhardt; Kneeling 1 to r: A. Fleury, R. Huot, J. Gloria, K. Reilly, M. Davis, M. Berger, C. Sapienza, S. Santasiere, Coach Morris.

Kneeling: E. To, M. Matthews, J. Palmer, C. Surprisingly the team finished 3rd in the tough NCCC with an record. The team made the semi-finals of the NCCC playoffs and competed in the State tournament with an over-all record of The team can be proud of their hustle and accomplishments on the basketball court this season. Casey, D. Lathrop, M. Coggins, J. Kneeling left to right, C. Boyd, K. Bellmore, A. Walter, D. Sikora, E. Johnson, M. Phelps, W. Hamilton, J. Mannix, D. Makoski, P. Hollingshead, J.

Condon, Coach Sinicrope; Kneeling 1 to r: P. Ross, L. Todaro, M. Whitney, R. Deupree, T. NW Catholic. Norwich Free. With a hard schedule and a slow start, losing many close games, the team's mid-year record was 2 and 8. They then set their sights on the state tournament. Although they didn't make the tournament, they gave a valiant effort.

Caiazzo, the leading scorer, Lownds, and Wosko were All-State candidates. Standing, 1 to r: Assistant Coaches — K. Roy, E. Petkovich, S. Gilbert, J. Fabi, P. Hynes, J. Humiston, A. Caiazzo, C. Petkovish, W. Wosko, Coach M.

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Gifford, A. Krar, D. Lownds, S. Corrigan, T. Falotico, D. Newton, M. Kaplan, J. Hundley, Mgrs. Young, C. Cavett Roberts! The reality of your own nature should determine the speed. If you become restless, speed up. If you beconw winded, slow down. Then, when you're no longer trunking ahead, each footstep isn't just a means to an end but a unique event in itself — This leaf has jagged edges. This rocx looks loose. From this place the snow is less visible, even though closer — These are things you should notice anyway To live only for some future goal is shallow.

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The yacht was currently moored in the Red Sea, and sat bobbing on the smooth waves. The sound of distant mortars jarred His sensibilities. Jesus had awakened late, as was His habit, and immediately taken a bong hit of some primo sativa, letting the smoke draw deep into His lungs. He mentally threw a curse at His half-brother, Lucifer, whom He knew would feel a slight twinge in His temple, because of their entangled nature.

He smirked at how clever He was, being able to inject so many religious metaphors into His stream-of-consciousness thoughts, but ascribed it to the effects of the pot. Being omniscient was a real drag, sometimes.

A royal pain in the ass, if He were being honest. Jesus stripped off His robe, and walked into the shower, pausing to grab the bottle of champagne from the sterling silver ice bucket. All of the ice had melted. He took His Name in vain. He turned off the spigots, and sat on the cold marble ledge of His shower, the water droplets dripping slowly from His body in rivulets. Reaching to the bottle, He popped the cork. He took a swig.

It was flat, and tasted like ass. Donkey, to be specific. He poured some more past His jawbones, and gulped it down. He doused His toes with the remainder, enjoying the sensation of the tiny bubbles in the wine tickling His toenails. He sat there, eyes closed, just breathing in, and out, slowly, for a few minutes, letting the stress of the day float away from Him. He always enjoyed this; it reminded Him of that day with Peter, sans the stormy winds.

He walked around the ship, His first Mai Tai in hand, just observing the play of light between the ship, the sea and the sky. He stood on the surface, occasionally dipping His toes into the water, scaring a random fish. He briefly thought about dividing it into a couple thousand more, and tossing a few million loaves of bread into the water, just to stir things up a bit, but realized that would be against the rules of The Wager.

He stomped on the water, and the fish swam off. His stigmata were bothering Him this fine morning. He scratched at one, slightly. It was irksome that, after all these thousands of years, He still felt them when the weather was dry, or if He really thought about it. Sometimes, while He slept, they wept blood. He would take His Own name in vain, then, grabbing the red-stained sheets into handfuls of silky vestments, and shove them into the washing machines.

They never were totally clean; He could detect the faint traces of His blood, even after using OxyClean. The ensuing chaos had Him grinning for weeks. It was rare for Him to find humor in His actions, since being immortal had made life boring and predictable, mostly. He did find the occasional opportunity to wreak metaphysical and spiritual havoc, once in a great while, and took care to at least try to appreciate the irony. He sipped it, smacking His lips, His smooth-shaved face radiant in the afternoon sun. He looked out over the waters, slowly floating around the deck, sitting in the lotus position that the Buddha had taught to Him.

Jesus wept, a bit, then, missing the comforting company of His true friend and kindred spirit. Gathering His composure, He leaned back, and enjoyed the day, mentally scheming as to how He was going to beat His brother, this time. Williams has a unique background of military experience, aerospace engineering and intelligence analysis. Born near Pittsburgh, A. Williams is man of a mystery. As a young man, Williams served the United States government in various capacities, which he then followed with ten years as an outfitter.

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In this sequel to Jane Bond, Jane finds some very interesting things in the basement left behind when Kit went away. Among them is a fully operational space ship. Of course, the catch is, how can Jane fly it?

Once Jane overcomes that hurdle, she and her friends are on the way again - and a new friend by the name of Olive comes along to pilot the ship - and make pancakes. Who knew pancakes were so important! But - will pancakes be enough to deal with what lies on the Dark Side of the Moon? And yes, I can pilot the ship. I have all the notes and What are you doing? What do you think? Hang on After a couple minutes of hanging there in the air, pressed up against the ceiling, it suddenly vanished, and the ship popped out into the sunshine.

We went through a flock of seagulls and Lucy. You know, the one with diamonds. I sat there, petrified, while the sky got bluer and bluer. Hang on. Pretty soon though, I could see a difference in the shade of the light, and it got easier to take a breath again. Going through notes. The ship really seemed to hit its stride after we rammed through the top of the atmosphere and I sat on my hands to keep from chewing my nails off as we rocketed toward the moon. As we got closer, I started eyeing various places in the Sea of Tranquility wondering if any of them were softer than others. I mean, a dead stop.

It was weird. I swallowed. Is that the Apollo 11 Lunar Module over there? Want to see it closer? Without waiting she whisked over next to the spacecraft and I took a good look, snapping a few shots with my phone. My mouth was still a little dry at the thought of us stopping about ten feet short of making another crater in the moon. A big one. It seems like I've been writing forever in some way, shape or form. However, most of my real experience comes from role playing in World of Warcraft. That may seem a strange place to learn how to write, but that isn't the case at all.

Visualize having to always know what to say, instantly, and be in character saying it. Now visualize doing this for hours a day for months and years. What it does is eliminate the need to think when writing. You instinctively know how this character will react since you've been trained over hundreds and hundreds of hours of spontaneous improvisation.

I always know what she's going to say, since she is me. I am her. After all, we all know what we're going to say, or we find out immediately after having said it. Sometimes to our chagrin. And I've found that this carries over into writing on digital paper. Or at least it appears to. I suppose my readers will decide if it's a fun read, or a boring load of tripe. But let me know either way. Follow the shamans on their journey The books are arranged in alphabetical order by author.

So far, most links only go to Amazon. Once again, we have new releases covering the whole broad spectrum of speculative fiction. And now on to the books without further ado: Hero Code by Lindsay Buroker: Casmir Dabrowski is finally heading back to his home world, determined to gain an audience with the queen and convince her to tell him the secret of his genes. But the terrorists who have been sending robot assassins after him are still there—and still want him dead. As soon as he lands, the trouble starts. But the king is. Casmir finds himself face to face with the man who has the power to wave a hand and have him and everyone he loves tortured, imprisoned, or even slain.

Renegade's Descent by J. Chaney: The Celestial War has arrived. Captain Hughes and his team of rebels have created a shaky alliance with the same government that sought to end them, but even that might not be enough. In order to combat the Celestial threat, Jace will need to convince the Sarkonian Emperor to not only join his cause but lend him the resources he needs to overpower the enemy. The battle for tomorrow will take more than any single empire can manage. Each side will have to learn to work together if they ever hope to overcome their shared enemy, but allies are not easily made from enemies, and not everyone will be as eager to stand side-by-side.

With allies like the Union and the Sarkonians, who needs enemies? Maximum Experience by Misty Dais: A gap year gone wrong, A spaceship of comatose adults, A mysterious stowaway on board, Can the surviving teens work together long enough to survive?


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Can a teen from the Sidewalks save them all? For a nothing girl from the Sidewalks a gap year with the United Corporations Youth Space Corps seemed a way to escape her destiny of poverty, or at least delay it. Her plan had been to get some Maximum Experience credentials for her resume and her social media account. Instead of the breezy year of selfies and mundane work experience, she finds herself on a spaceship hijacked by a stowaway and trying to find a cure for the adult crew members that have been stricken by a comatose virus.

It could be a good experience for her resume….. Their journey is dangerous, their enemies ruthless, and one misstep could prove fatal. When one team member mysteriously vanishes, the rest must choose between cutting their losses in the face of chaos or seeing it through to the bitter end. Will Keystone have the fortitude to complete the mission, or will they fall like dominoes? United they stand, divided they fall. Heist Online by Victor Deckard: Heist Online is an action-packed virtual reality video game about cops and criminals. If you want to play on the wrong side of the law, you can participate in a variety of heists.

You can rob banks, jewelry stores, armored cash vehicles, etc. If you prefer to play as a cop, however, your task is to stop robbers. Striker plays as a heister. When he and his teammates have been returning from a successful robbery, another team of heisters has attacked them and taken their money away. Some of the victims want to get even with them. Still, nobody has achieved any success in tracking them down yet. No one knows who they are, why they rob other heisters, or where to find them. A few days later, when Striker escapes with stolen money after another successful robbery, he happens to run into the mysterious gang again.

They try to rob him, but he manages to repel the attack and ward the players off. Later on, Striker finds out that the members of the mysterious gang have trashed his home out of revenge. After that, he gets determined to hunt them down. He has a score to settle. Stephanie's Challenge by M. Eidem: Stephanie Michelakakis worked and sacrificed for her position as a Lieutenant in the Coalition. Then a life-altering injury shattered her dreams. Now she must figure out how to move on with her life. He served and protected his King to the exclusion of everything else.

But now he's found a woman who not only understood what his job entailed but his dedication to it as well. These two dedicated people never expected to find love. Will they be strong enough to make it work or will their relationship be another sacrifice they must make? Between paying off a debt to a Fae mob boss, working as a professional thief, and keeping up with her busy three-generation household, Tara Knightley barely has time to eat and sleep.

Then she learns of a bounty for a mysterious magical skull. The reward would mean freedom her powerful, manipulative boss. She must get her hands on that skull. But just as Tara is ready to go after the prize, her childhood best friend and crush, wolf shifter Judah McMahon, shows up asking for help. The deeper she gets, the more her orderly existence unravels. She's going to have to choose: her family, Judah, or her freedom.

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Absolution by Rachel Ford: New wars and old conflicts. An empire reborn from blood and ash. Nikia Idan led an uprising that liberated the Tribari people. Brek Trigan saved his colony from starvation. Captain Drake Elgin protected the citizens of Central from loyalist forces.

The worst was supposed to be behind them. When a loyalist fleet appears in Tribari airspace, the tenuous alliance between military and parliament is strained to the point of breaking. Meanwhile, a rogue governor's quest for independence will put the empire's promise of freedom to the test. The decisions of these few will change the fate of many. A charismatic gumshoe.

A sinister don. But curiosity got the better of him. Suffice it to say, a mafia prince is dead, and Alfred is on the run through time with a wrongly accused detective. The cat definitely does not die Godswar by Chris Fox: Nefarius comes and gods tremble Nefarius has risen. She is implacable. God after god is fallen and consumed, and each time the terrible dragon-goddess grows stronger. Nebiat has stolen the Spellship, depriving Voria of its strength when she needs it most.

But Nebiat's schemes have never been tested by someone like Talifax, and she will finally discover she's not as clever as she believes. One possibility of victory remains. Aran, Nara, and Kazon discover their true purpose, left by the elder god Xal when he planned for his own demise. With this contingency they have one chance to oppose Nefarius. One chance to stop the goddess that will devour everything. If they fail darkness wins, and our universe will be extinguished.

Succeeding carries its own price, one Aran must choose for others to live. Casper Creek is located in Kentucky, on top of a small mountain, and is fashioned after notorious towns from the old west. Workers dress up, man the saloon, and put on a variety of performances several times a day. A city girl, Hannah is out of her element. You see, Casper Creek is home to a variety of individuals, including two covens of witches who enjoy doing battle. Hannah is barely in town when a body drops and a mystery unfolds.

The workers at Casper Creek have more on their minds than performances. Unfortunately for them, Hannah is about to find out their big secret. Casper Creek is full of colorful people. Will they manage it in time? The Resurrectionists by Michael Patrick Hicks: Having won his emancipation after fighting on the side of the colonies during the American Revolution, Salem Hawley is a free man. Only a handful of years after the end of British rule, Hawley finds himself drawn into a new war unlike anything he has ever seen.

New York City is on the cusp of a new revolution as the science of medicine advances, but procuring bodies for study is still illegal. Bands of resurrectionists are stealing corpses from New York cemeteries, and women of the night are disappearing from the streets, only to meet grisly ends elsewhere. After a friend's family is robbed from their graves, Hawley is compelled to fight back against the wave of exhumations plaguing the Black cemetery. Little does he know, the theft of bodies is key to far darker arts being performed by the resurrectionists.

If successful, the work of these occultists could spell the end of the fledgling American Experiment The Resurrectionists, the first book in the Salem Hawley series, is a novella of historical cosmic horror from the author of Broken Shells and Mass Hysteria. Transformation Protocol by David M. Kelly: Change can be deadly! With his life crumbling around him, Joe Ballen is close to going out in a blaze, fueled by cheap alcohol and self-hatred. But when an old friend offers him the chance to return to space in the hunt for a missing ship, it proves more complicated than either of them imagined.

With all sides of the political spectrum looking to grab a piece of the newly explored star systems, Joe soon realizes that some people will go to any lengths to get what they want, and are willing to sacrifice anyone in the process. S and serves as the seed of change that will transpire eighty years later. Clayton Atwood is an uncommitted academic pinball, bouncing between college curricula that strike his fancy, unconcerned with scholastic advancement or degrees.

Looking forward a carefree trip to Europe, his plans are interrupted by an innocuous note taped to his front door. It changes the course of his future. In an unassuming building adjacent to Rice University in Houston, Clay learns that all he knew of his past is wrong and that he is now the center of an astounding scientific project that will help all mankind, but place one peaceful alien civilization in jeopardy, and attract genocidal hatred and retribution from another. In the mix is a ruthless assassin looking to wipe Clay off the face of the earth.

It all comes to a brutal and violent conclusion at a secret Nevada military base. Can Clay come to grips with his changing self?