I am a retired from working at the Defense Department and i am also a vet. I live with my spouse and 2 dogs. We have a e-commerce store Uniquethingsthingsonline.com. We live in Florida now but came from New Jersey. I am writing a teen book
Sage: A Murder Mystery Book 1
Published Sage can be any young person that isn’t sure of their identity. Sage’s story goes from birth to present day. Sage travels from Florida to New York to Thailand and back. Sage is a dark book but that wasn’t my intention. When I think back at writing Sage, I realize that many of us will go or have been through dark periods in our lives. Those periods of loneliness of not being able to reach out to anyone. You’re stuck and can’t figure out to unstick yourself. You’re in a tunnel of darkness with no light to be seen. Sage’s story is first a murder mystery whose main character is trans, but I think we can all relate to Sage. The darkness that Sage feels has no ethnicity anyone can go there. Sage: A Murder Mystery Book 1 is a murder mystery, coming of age, romance, self-awareness, it’s a book of acceptance and love. It’s a book of first love and no love.
The Street or School Education: What’s More Important?
I grew up in Harlem on 159th Street, in the Colonial Park Houses. They became Ralph J. Rangel at some point. I, like so many of the people who grew up in the 60s and 70s, had a dysfunctional family. We rebelled against what was going on in our house by going to the streets. I guess you could say the street played as much a part in our development as our parents did. The knowledge the street gave us came from being in certain situations, dealing with drugs and learning about people. While I’m not condoning drugs, you did have to learn to count, divide and multiply to be profitable in the game. The ability to tell fake from real people just came from listening and judging where that person was coming from. Being in the street you were always in situations where you had to think your way through or you could end up dead. Harlem gave us all that and more. The lessons we learned from growing up in Harlem enabled us to deal with any curveballs that life threw at us. While a lot of us didn’t finish school or some did, what I did was I got a GED. There does come a point when you realize that if you want to be a legitimate person you have to get an education. And street knowledge, while it taught me to survive, wasn’t what was needed in a job.
The Love Yoyo
What is the love yoyo? The love yoyo is when one person in a relationship decides it is over and leaves and asks to come back within a short period of time. You feelings become a yo-yo out and back in. Your response to the person coming back is what differentiates it from a second time around, which can be a love yoyo, too. Let me further explain. You’re in a relationship that you think is going fine until one day out of the blue the other person tells you that they're unhappy and it's over. Then you get a call, stating that he/she made a mistake, and they want to come back. What should you do? Remember this person gave you no indication that there was something wrong for him/her. It just seems to you that this request has come out of the blue. That time period of the separation has been so short that you still love the person. You don’t even think about it before the words out of your mouth are, “Yes, come home.” The relationship just continues as if the person had never left. There’s no real talking about what caused the person to say it's over and leave. There’s no pause at all. You’re just happy the person is back. The second time around differs in that there would be a pause to the relationship. There would be a lot of conversations to see if the problems that the person has can be resolved. You would question the person’s motives. I mean the person could have left because they thought there was another relationship waiting in the wings or that the single life seemed better. You have to know what the person was thinking. You don’t just jump into the relationship and ignore what you went through. I mean, when someone you love suddenly decides to end the relationship, you go through an emotional letdown. You hurt and get depressed, so when that person all of a sudden just comes back, yeah, you’re happy, but what about all the hurt you’ve gone through. Should you just forget about it? No way, so when the person comes back, you have to be sure that coming back is honest and sincere. The second time around is not a quick fix to a relationship where one or both people are unhappy. It’s a process. When you engage in the love yoyo, there is no process, only a continuation. You lead with your heart, not with your mind. While being in love involves giving your heart to another person, it can also be a downfall when you’re trying to rebuild a relationship. You need to take some time to think about the situation and understand the circumstances of what happened. You can’t let your heart lead your mind because then you end up with a yoyo situation instead of a second-time-around scenario. The second time around can be as good as the first time or even better. I think most people will go through a relationship where the love yoyo will happen. There is nothing you can do to avoid it because you probably will not know or realize what the other person’s thinking. There’s also the slim possibility that you will know and choose not to confront it because you’re scared of the consequences. It doesn't matter; it's how you handle the person who's begging you to get back together that matters. You can be smart and say, “Let's talk about it, or you can just say yes. It's up to you what you want from your relationship. I will say if you become part of the love yoyo, it might happen again and again because the other person will feel he/she can treat you any which way, and you’ll take them back. Don’t be part of the love yoyo. Remember the pain that you’ve just been through. You should always be true to yourself no matter what. You don’t want to be used just to say you’re in a relationship.
There are many types of addictions such as drugs, eating and smoking. Whatever the addiction is, you feel trapped and see no way out. You can have an addiction and not realize it for what it is. You can try, but the pull of the addiction is strong, so strong that even with the consequences of the addiction, you give in to it. People don’t understand the hold an addiction can have on a person. When you have an addiction and want to stop, it seems like there’s a voice in your head that calls you to it.
Polygamy Could Be The New Way to Cheat
When you think of polygamy, you think of a cult in Utah where there’s one man with many wives. There are many negative views of polygamy that have followed that lifestyle through the years. Then, in 2010, a television show called 'Sister Wives' came out to show polygamy in a different light. The show brought us the Mormon Brown family which consisted of Cody, the head of the family, and his four wives and eighteen children. The relationship the wives have is called sister wives. They share not only the man, but also share in the everyday running of their house. It showed that polygamy could work with a lot of compromising and hard work. The show is in its fourteenth season and during that time, some of the children now have children, and Cody is still legally married to one wife and spiritually married to the other three. I do want to say that the Browns are a religious family in their practice of polygamy. Sister Wives showed us an alternative to traditional marriage, and for it to be still on says something about views of that style of living.
"I’ve given all I can" are words we say in many situations to people in our life. It usually means you’ve tried everything, and like being in a maze you see no way out. You use these words not only when a relationship is hanging by a thread, but also for example when your children are drifting into doing things you know are not good for them.
It’s Never To Late To Try
There are so many things going on in your life that you may feel like you’re running, even though you’re standing still. People are barely stopping to enjoy all that life has to offer because they think they might miss out on something. We never take the time to let our lives or relationships marinate like a tasty and tender piece of steak. When we marinate, there are ingredients that go together just like when you brush your steak and let it sit so the juices can go through it. Our lives and relationships should be like that piece of steak. You take some kindness, love, understanding, patience, and empathy, you mix them all together and spread it all over your relationships, then let it seep in. Once it’s done, it means you will have learned to savour your life. It’s never too late to learn to savour your relationships. It’s never too late to mix all your ingredients together and change the problems in your relationships. One person can’t do it alone. You both have to realize you have something worth slowing things down for. It is never too late as long as you’re both communicating. However, that is not to say that communication will automatically lead to reconciliation, it is to say that if you’ve both agreed that it is too late to fix the problem you can’t have a cordial parting.
Bartering Is A Way To Do Business
Bartering could be a way to do business, especially with so many people out of work. Bartering is the mutual exchange of goods or services without using money. You have a book I want, and I have a sweater you want; we trade. That’s bartering; simple.
Your Friends Our Relationship
Friends can be good for a relationship, but at the same time, they can wreak havoc and you might not even realize it. Friends mostly have good intentions, except if they want the person you’re in a relationship with or they are jealous because of your relationship. Friends with good intentions, without realizing it, can cause problems in a relationship because of their view of what they think of your relationship. I will say that most of their views come from the person in the relationship. Think about it; without you telling them, how would they know? Friends can only see what a couple puts out there for the world to see.
My Dream My Brand
The first thing I did when I woke up was reach over and grab my little black book. I turned to the first page with my logo, tagline, and mission statement, and smiled as my mind drifted to me running my own company.
Sex Isn’t The Problem You Are
Sex is a physical act that requires at least one person, depending on your sexual preferences. The sex I want to talk about involves two people engaging in the act. I think of sex like an abstract picture where each person who looks at it has a different view of it. Sex can add another dimension to a relationship but also can be the destroyer of it.
Married Minus Romance
A physical attraction is the thing that appeals to you when you meet someone, so our eyes is the first way someone is decided upon. Once the person is physically attractive, you decide to get to know the person. A lot of people say looks don’t matter, and that’s not true. What is true is that the person’s looks may be something you can live with, and that can only happen if you get to know that person. There is a lot of importance these days on appearance regardless of mental connection. A person will take a glamorous person for appearance and have nothing else in common. It's just the times we live in where physical attraction has become more important than emotional or mental attraction.