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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Wordless/Wordful Wednesday

“I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever.” -Thomas Jefferson-

"Sometimes all we need is some personal space and time to release, reflect, and focus on all the amazing things that we have been blessed with in life." -Unknown-

"Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." -Mark Twain-


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Friday, March 7, 2014

What Am I, Your Friend?

With a tone....ha ha ha That is what I told DH when every time he kissed me like we are only acquaintance. Come'on, really? If I wanted a kiss like that, all I have to do is meet some friends and have lunch or coffee.

Then he told me, "You better not be kissing anyone like that." He meant the way he kissed me. Well, isn't American custom to kiss and hug just the way he did, during a greeting?

Anyway, I want my own DH to kiss me wet & wild. I'm not getting any younger and I wanted to savour every minute of it, don't you? Most of the time when I tease him about it, he can't concentrate and gives me the giggle laugh instead. A peck (barely touch each other lip) on the lip is not the way husband & wife should kiss in my opinion.

By insisting he should kiss me the way I want, I always put a smile on his face and that makes me happy.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Wordless/Wordful Wednesday

This was taken almost two weeks ago. We are having some warmer temperature since then and that driveway is kinda muddy at this time. Being smaller than average americans, the pile of snow we had at the side of our driveway covered me with no problem, after shoveling these white stuff. We only have a lawn mower type plow and the plow cannot push the snow on the top of already there pile. So, shoveling was the only option, or buy a a very expensive truck with plow already attached.


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