May 6, 2013
Weddings and fireworks have nothing to do with each other; wait, did I say nothing? Both fade to white–the big emotional culmination of plans and hopes and the climax of commitment–but they fade to white, to pictures and memories but not so much rill. After that, the marriage depends on what you put into it–every day, like the compost.
Weddings and fireworks: They are the same actually. Weddings are emotional fireworks, for the reasons stated above. In the aftermath, you try to build some sort of life. The letdown, if there is one, reflects your particular brand of immaturity and ill preparation. There is nothing wrong with white. It’s what we try to fill it in with that’s wrong. What if we let it be beyond the pale–to just shimmer there, not as memory, but to be involved in the explosion that is love, that is the apex of that wedding: That could be the life–or points along it–like wedding fireworks, suspended and found, something to be lived, not frozen in the “what was” or even the what-could-have-been department.
3:53 am • Romance
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May 3, 2013
It doesn’t get any simpler than this: I knew that I had to have an Internet presence for my business to survive, but I didn’t know as much as I thought I did about the process.
As a small business owner, I am accustomed to having to do everything myself. If something needs to be accomplished, I learn how to do it or pretend I know how. That is how it goes in a small business; you cannot afford to hire someone every time you have an idea or problem.
By chance, I came into contact with someone from a cheap seo company in my area. I had no idea what a SEO business did, so the conversation was very interesting.
After our talk, I decided to hire them for my website to see if it would make as much difference as they said it would to the traffic and sales for my site.
I am pleased to announce that the results were almost instantaneous. I began seeing regular orders, and my mailing list was filling fast.
May 1, 2013
I was traveling from Ohio to South Carolina by myself not to long ago. It was getting late, so I decided to stop for the night. I was looking for hotels in the area. I guess I was in an unpopulated area and did not see any hotel. I contiued to drive thinking that I should see a sign for a hotel soon. I finally spotted a sign for a hotel,the sign looked a little dated. I paused in the driveway directly in front of the lobby. All I thought of was The Bates Motel. I was so tired at that point I did not care what the rooms looked like as long as there was a bed. I walked to my room, opened the door. The room was great. It was like a little country inn on the inside. Best nights sleep in a really long time.
4:53 am • Travel
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April 20, 2013
There I am, banging away on the keyboard. The deadline looms. I’m sweating bullets. I just finished when my world gets ripped out from under me. Crash! I’m looking at a blue screen. I just got this job.
In a state of total panic, all I can see is pending unemployment lines, shame and failure. With tears threatening to ruin my mascara, I glanced up and saw the company extension list. The words IT support London shined. I heard angels, for about a second. Could they, would they fix me in time?
When he answered, I blurted out my downward spiral of events and was told help was on the way. Not half an hour later I was up and running. I couldn’t believe it. It was like a gift from God, or should I say Gary? Dinner and a show?
April 14, 2013
While on a family vacation in Hong Kong, everyone had a chance to enjoy the oriental festivities. We stayed at one of the Hong Kong hotels and since this was our first time visiting Hong Kong, we did not know what to expect of the hotel room or service. Thankfully, our concierge was helpful in giving us details on not just the usual tourists’ attractions but also on other sites.
We were informed that by day, there were historical museums to see and the one that impressed us the most were the array of restaurants. In the evening, we had a chance to admire the lovely country’s ballet and opera. As we came to rest every night in our hotel room, we were thankful that we chose this hotel because it not only provided exceptional hospitality but the rooms were designed just like in the states so we felt at home.
2:38 am • Asia
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April 7, 2013
As people get older and retire, many retirees wish to travel and live the good life after working hard for so many long years. Some of the natural processes of aging are things such as beautiful colored hair turning silver, maybe gaining a little bit of weight, slowing mobility and male incontinence.
Of these minor inconveniences, incontinence is the most inconvenient. A gentleman was grocery shopping with his wife in the local store and got the urge to use the restroom. The local store is very big, and by the time he found the bathroom, he had not made it in time. Luckily, with today’s advances in the medical world, incontinence is something that can be dealt with more discreetly than ever. This gentleman was able to seek medical treatment discreetly so it was not as horrifying an experience as it could’ve been. With simply taking a prescription pill once a day, his incontinence was nearly completely taken care of.
March 19, 2013
Ask yourself how fun would it be for you to extract revenge on your children, think about all the nappies you change when they were young. Yes, you lovingly changed their nappies, but how tiring. Some of us when we get into our dotage will find ourselves having incontinence setting in, that is when we have to resort to incontinence pads. This is where you can get your revenge on your children; they can change your nappy. They can have a taste of what you did to take care of them when they were babies. When your nappy is full they can wash you up and put on a fresh one, a smile comes to your lips as you lay there with your arm behind your head. What fun! Sweet revenge, what comes around goes around, the circle of life and it is about time someone took care of you.
3:31 am • Health
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