Placing the card on the couch
at her side, she pointed with her long yellow-white forefinger to the printed letter lying side by side with her own letter on Mercy's lap.
Prosecutors filed a motion seeking to revoke the bond on which Tonya Couch, the mother of Ethan Couch, was released in 2016, following allegations that she has violated a condition of her agreement.
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Tourists searching for the Roman Baths or the National Museum are given directions with a smile, and there's always someone saying, "Ahlan wa sahlan!" But there is a class of Lebanese who take hospitality to the next level, offering visitors not just tea or coffee, but a bed or couch to sleep on, free of charge.
The practice is called couch surfing and thousands of Lebanese have joined in.
Those planning trips can send requests to be hosted, while those with empty couches can wait for requests to be sent to them or scan general requests by travelers coming to their city.
Nearly 90 Bahrainis are active members of the social networking site couchsurfing.com, which literally offers them the opportunity to surf the world on other people's couches.
It doesn't necessarily have to be a couch - most users offer a bed instead - but the idea remains the same.
Bridget Millman dreams of creating a better world, one couch at a time.
As a member of the Couch Surfing Project, an international hospitality exchange network, the Clark University senior spreads tolerance and cultural understanding while living an adventure: traveling around the world and spending the nights for free on strangers' couches.
The Couch Surfing Project is a global community of people who consider themselves citizens of the world.
Lawyers for Ethan Couch said the "affluenza" teen could sue the judge who sentenced him for sentencing him.
Attorney William Reagan Wynn told Judge David Evans that Judge Wayne Salvant was wrong to sentence Couch as an adult.
Couch, 19, was sentenced to two years in prison in April for violating parole - 180 days for each of his victims.