Grace dc network electricity bill saudi electricity company


WRITER WHO LOVES Baseball, her dog Thor & Johnny Cash is looking for a home in Northern Virginia. gsa 2016 Returned from Indiana where I wrote the non-fiction book Pears for Breakfast. By 12/31 &/or early 2019 I hope to find shared or single housing in Northern VA or DC for myself and Thor. Thor the puppy of Thunder, when he’s not with me, works with people who have depression, anxiety, suicidal ideations, Asberger’s, Alzheimers. I work as an editor/writer for the Dean at GMU’s Schar the School of Policy and Government. I also write freelance pieces on science, business and faith. I love all things faith, friendship, family, fun, Aristotle, Austen and travel. I look forward to hearing from you. I’m interested rent that’s between $700 – $1300/month shared with 1 or two other people. I’m a devout Catholic who is neat, responsible, reliable. I enjoy exercise, cooking, baking, time with friends, fellowship with people of faith and a good party with great music, dance, food and drink. See my blogs at and

My wife and I are looking to rent out a bedroom in our lovely 3 story townhouse in Centerville, VA. Males only my apply due to the shared bathroom situation. Move in is anytime after Dec. 17th. A month by month lease agreement will be discussed with those interested. We require a $250 security deposit and the rest of the current month, if you move in before the 1st, plus the first full month’s rent paid upon signing a lease agreement.

From what we’ve observed the neighborhood is family oriented, quiet, and clean. Within walking distance there is a park and ride bus stop, a convenience store, and a few other small businesses. About a mile down the road there is a shopping center with many different places including supermarkets, restaurants, health care facilities, and more. There is also a library nearby.

Some of our expectations include keeping our home an environment free of smoke, second hand smoke, drugs, alcohol, intoxication, illegal activity, violence, and strong synthetic smells. We are looking for a responsible, dependable renter who will be a good fit for our family, and we hope to provide the same. We do not have pets and do not allow pets to be kept in our home. No overnight guests are permitted.

For those interested, we will need to set up a phone call, and from you we will need three references (including your current employer) and your resume sent to us via email. We can also set up an in person meeting. We will be happy to talk with you and answer any questions you may have about us or the house as well. Please feel free to message me for more information, thanks!

A beautiful 1930s home in Kingman Park available January 1, 2019. Three and a half bedrooms and two full baths; living room, dining room, sunroom, kitchen on the main level. Laundry facilities onsite and street parking available. Spacious backyard with covered patio off the rear basement entrance. Lots of natural light. electricity lab physics All carpet has been recently cleaned and sanitized. Plenty of room for living, resting, and entertaining!

The two bedrooms upstairs will be occupied by mid-twenties 2 CFs who have been housemates for almost 2.5 years. One is a project manager at a technology company and the other is professional actor. Both love to host friends for game nights, Bible study, and dinner parties. We both tend to be more quiet homebodies who love reading and baking but never pass up the option for some good conversation over dinner. We both love a good night out at the theater and deep discussions over tea. We both host out of town visitors fairly frequently as we love showing hospitality and making our home a place of rest and welcome. One attends The District Church and the other is at Church of the Resurrection.

1 bedroom available January 1, 2019 ($550/month) in a beautiful, large house in the City of Falls Church. The bedroom is in a finished attic with tons of space (about 2 – 3 times the size of other bedrooms). You would share a bathroom with one other housemate. gas and water mix The second level has a laundry room, and the main floor is all common space and includes a kitchen, dining room, office space, den, TV room, and half bath. There are several guys living in the house…a couple downstairs and a few upstairs. The house is large, so we are not cramped.

The house is about half a mile from the West Falls Church Metro station (about a 12-minute walk). Giant, Harris Teeter, Whole Foods, and Trader Joe’s are nearby. The W&OD walk/bike trail is about 100 yards from the house, and downtown Falls Church is about a 15-minute walk away. Tyson’s Corner is about 7 minutes away. Easy access to Route 7, US 29, I-66 and decent access to US 50 and I-495. We have two parking spots in the driveway, and street parking is readily available.

This 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment includes a galley kitchen, dining room, and a very spacious and bright living room for hosting. The available bedroom has one exterior window that lets in plenty of sunlight. gas x user reviews The bedroom has a closet although there is also a coat closet and linen closet available for additional storage in the common spaces.

Located in Glover Park, it is conveniently located for graduate students or young professionals at either Georgetown University or American University. The community is very residential with an elementary school nearby. Wisconsin Avenue is a short 10 to 15 minute walk away with a *variety* of restaurants available, including Surfside, Arcuri, Rocklands Barbecue, Breadsoda, Sweetgreen, Chipotle, All About Burger, Starbucks and much more! There is also a CVS and Rite-Aid for quick purchases. Safeway and Giant are about the same distance from the apartment, a 15 to 20 minute walk / bus ride, and a great resource for grocery shopping. For those who like the outdoors, Glover-Archbold Park is nearby and a great place to go for a run or just wandering in nature.

We’re looking for two CMs for our Falls Church townhouse, in Merrifield, just minutes from the Mosaic District and Tysons Corner! The common areas are furnished, we’ve got a granite counter top kitchen, and windows on the back of the house overlook a nice tree-line. The open room is an unfurnished master bedroom, with a very large closet (not walk-in, but real wide with sliding doors and lots of hanging and shelf space). The bathroom is shared with one other bedroom through the upstairs hallway. There is a full washer/dryer in the basement. With a deck outback, nice neighbors, and easy access to every major NOVA roadway… you have to come check it out!

We’re across the street from a public golf course, miniature golf course, and basketball courts, in a nice peaceful neighborhood with a lake, running trails, tennis courts, and pool (membership fee optional in summer). We’re just inside 495, right next to the 66 interchange, between route 50 and route 29 (Lee Hwy). We’re also near route 7 and Gallows Road. Merrifield is Vienna, Arlington, McLean, and Fairfax. Dunn Loring Metro station is only a 1.4 mile drive or bike ride away. There’s a Metro Bus stop steps from the townhouse.

We are a group of 20’s/30’s young, professional, Christian guys living in an environment where real men can live out their faith together. We are seeking clean and respectful men who desire to live lives that are pleasing to God. electricity vocabulary The house is a place where men can live out lives in a real and impactful way for God with the support of the community.

I was introduced to the Embassy through Craigslist and lived there for two years until I got married. I was drawn to the group of men first and foremost because of their strong Christian values, which is hard to maintain in a setting now far from the college days. My expectation of the house was a respectful group of people, but what I found was an incredible group of guys that I could share my joys and sorrows with. The Embassy was truly the best living arrangement I have ever been in. The Embassy is never boring, is always a great place to meet new people daily, and enjoy Christian fellowship and support through the good and bad times. –Casey

I am truly thankful for my 1 1/2 years at The Embassy because I saw men of God encourage, support, pray for, and fellowship with each other. Never did I have to worry about someone stealing my stuff or bringing my girlfriend, now wife, over to spend time there. If you value living out Christian community in your home life, this is the place for you. Oh yeah, they love to have fun! –Steve

I had been living alone for 8 years and was looking for a place to live that focused on community. I came across Jason’s ad and knew it was exactly what I was looking for. My stay at The Embassy was a little less than a year and a half, but I would have gladly stayed longer if the DC/Arlington area had been a better fit for me. Having roommates was an initial concern; honestly, these guys were the best environment I have lived in. The guys in the house are the most sincere, positive, encouraging, friendly, faith pursuing group I have ever met. Cheers to Jason for making a faith centered environment in such a barren place. –Whit

The sweetest ‘lil blue box you’ll ever see, only a ten minute walk from the Blue/Orange/Silver Metro line! Hardwood floors throughout, central AC, dishwasher, washer and dryer, and a gas stove. Full disclosure: both the house and the available room are small, and though we have two bathrooms, we only have one shower. That being said, we love our home in this wonderful neighborhood. Our current roommate will be taking some furniture/decorative pieces with her, so we would love to start fresh/collaborate with you to create an aesthetic home we all enjoy (that is to say, bring your personal touches)!

Sarah and Ashley are both DMV natives in their late twenties involved with Passion City Church DC. We both have pretty busy schedules, but think that making quality time for one another is really important for maintaining an empathetic, respectful, and loving household of friends! Ashley is a nanny in Northwest DC and Sarah is a graphic designer in Southwest. electricity fallout 4 We love plants, laughter, eating, and cool shoes.

3 month sublease, available December 25, 2018 – April 15, 2019. ONE bedroom/1 bath unit, fully furnished, turn-key. Furniture, bed, dresser, sheets, towels, dishes, etc. are all provided and there is NO additional storage or room for anything but your clothes (one closet) and toiletries (2 cabinets). Rent includes electric, gas for cooking/heat, water, sewer, trash. You’ll need to have internet subscription/hot spot for Wifi/streaming. No cable TV or Wifi provided but there’s a smart TV with air antenna for a few local channels.. (910)442-7454. First, last and a $2500 damage deposit (refundable) due at lease signing ($6,100 total). Then just pay $1,800 on Feb 1. References and income verification required. Unit has new double pane windows, updated kitchen and bath plus new bamboo floors. There is a balcony and ONE GARAGE SPACE for a small/medium sized vehicle. Shared laundry room on same floor. $50 HOA registration fee allows you access to gym, laundry, mail room/package hold, etc. You will be subject to all River Place bylaws, rules and covenants as a sub-lessor. 2 blocks from Rosslyn Metro and $1 Circulator bus to Dupont/Georgetown! NO pets/smokers. No exceptions.

ABOUT THE HOUSE: Private room and bathroom in a large 4 bedroom townhouse. House is located in Annandale (on the boarder where Annandale meets Fairfax meets Falls Church). We are DIRECTLY off I-495, a 10 minute drive to the Mosaic District, Tysons Corner, Fair City Mall, and15 minutes to Springfield Town Center and Fair Oaks Mall, along with multiple other restaurants and shops. Dunn Loring Metro and Backlick VRE are about10-15 minutes from the house, too. Neighborhood includes a community pool pass in the summer and the pool is right across the street! We have two dedicated parking spots (first come first serve) and plenty of off street parking.

HOUSE CULTURE: The house has a lot of room and a great space for entertaining. Our goal is to always make everyone feel welcome and like family while they are in the house. gas city indiana restaurants We have an “Open Door” policy and have liberty to host anytime as long as you just double-check with the housemates to make sure it doesn’t interfere with previously established plans. We often have friends and family over for dinner, parties, or weekend crashers if they need a place to stay. We share house chores and aim to keep our house clean out of respect for each other. Above all, we want to live in grace to one another and live to honor our Savior in words, thoughts, and deeds.