Ay yay yay! I woke up thirsty after 3 hours of sleep. It was only 8 AM and I still want to sleep some more but everytime I drink too much I wake up early. Thank God I've never gotten a hangover *knock on wood*
Red horse was the drink for the night. Yes I did get a margarita on a tall glass and would have preferred that than beer but Mr. K800 is a RH drinker so why not. It was a long night of work talk, former work talk, family, business, and inevitably it came to flirting. Although… Continue
Added by Darla on February 29, 2008 at 9:30am —
I woke up today at 4 in the morning hearing. I think I heard my phone beep. I wondered who would be sending me a message at this time. One of the reasons I love being jobless is I don't get calls and messages when I am sleeping. So who is this?!
I picked up my phone and looked at the screen. It's the 3rd Mate
. Now me and 3rd Mate hadn't been really close. I tend to gravitate more towards my sisters… Continue
Added by Darla on February 28, 2008 at 5:30am —
Back in Cebu, I took a couple of tests today for a job I'm applying for (yes, I have finally decided to go back to work).
The first 3 tests were fairly easy but then again those tests are designed for beginners in the industry I have 4 years of experience. So it is expected of me to pass. Shame on me if I didn't.
The test facilitator asked me to take the… Continue
Added by Darla on February 27, 2008 at 5:00pm —
These are as following project we develop for a few months ago.
I hope you invite these web site.
Added by SGH on February 25, 2008 at 9:40pm —
There are many students asked us if we can teach business related topics. Here we came up with a program caalled "WLC Vocabulary Notebook". In this weekly MP3 audio Chinese program, our host James Thomas
will lead you through each 7 minutes class section with our Chinese teachers - Remy and Karen. Just have your mp3 player ready for our programs, and hope to see you all on… Continue
Added by Page on February 25, 2008 at 5:30am —
February 7: worked with begonias at botanical gardens
February 8: volunteered picking and washing citrus for the Rare Fruit Council booth at the fair.
February 15: volunteered weeding in neighborhood butterfly garden
February 16: installed wooden border in area where we amended the soil (Sometime before I also put in a drywell where the rain splashes down from the roof.)
February 21: worked with begonias and staked out an area where I turned the soil,… Continue
Added by Stephanie Fischetti on February 21, 2008 at 1:00pm —
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
Isaiah 1: 10, 16 - 20
10 Hear the word of the LORD, you rulers of Sodom! Give ear to the teaching of our God, you people of Gomor'rah!
16 Wash yourselves; make yourselves clean; remove the evil of your doings from before my eyes; cease to do evil,
17 learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; defend the fatherless, plead for the widow.
18 "Come now, let us reason… Continue
Added by Gerard on February 18, 2008 at 11:27pm —
Does anyone know how to create pages like Google's Knol site.
Added by Gerard on February 18, 2008 at 9:49pm —
Where: worldlearnerchinese.com Learner Center
Agenda: Chinese language learning discussion
Host: James Thomas
Date: Feb 17th at 13:00 GMT
Questions: Please leave… Continue
Added by Page on February 17, 2008 at 7:01am —
Dog Gift Baskets
Pets and pet lovers alike will always enjoy a doggie gift basket. It's a unique gift that lets someone know that you realize how special their dog is. Your own furry friend will also be delighted with the treats and toys, should you decide to buy one for him.
Dog gift baskets come in a large variety of sizes, shapes and price ranges. Baskets made for pets normally include treats, toys, and may also include bedding, dishes, or even clothes. The treats… Continue
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 14, 2008 at 12:31am —
Chihuahuas: Facts About Them
Surely you have seen Chihuahuas in television shows, cartoons and movies. Considered as smallest breed of dog in the world, Chihuahuas are so popular that people are becoming more and more enthusiastic about them.
Before you decide of taking this toy breed home, you should know first its characteristics and other facts about Chihuahuas.
• Chihuahua was discovered in 1850 at Chihuahua, Mexico, thus named Chihuahua after its… Continue
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 14, 2008 at 12:30am —
Your New Puppy: Must Haves For Your Dog
Now that you?ve decided to get a puppy or dog, the next few weeks will be busy and at times, more than a little bit crazy. That?s why it?s important to plan in advance for the arrival of your new pet. If possible, get as many necessities ready before your puppy comes home.
Travel crate: Even if you don't plan on crate training your dog, consider the benefits of owning a crate for other reasons, like transporting… Continue
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 14, 2008 at 12:29am —
Benefits of spaying and neutering
Spaying or neutering your pets prevents many diseases, increases life expectancy, cuts down on some bothersome behaviors, and helps the severe problem of pet overpopulation.
We almost lost Lady because we were misinformed about the importance of getting her spayed. She had pyometra and had to be rushed to the after hours hospital for emergency surgery. (A very special thanks to Dr. Siegel at Pasco Veterinary Medical Center for saving our baby… Continue
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 14, 2008 at 12:27am —
Choosing a Cat Litter Box
Litter boxes aren’t necessarily as simple as they seem. With so many options, how do you choose? Here are three most common types of litter boxes:
• The simplest option is a rectangular plastic box - you clean it, replace the litter, and you’re done.
• A fancier version has a top that helps contain any smell, and makes the litter box look a bit like a carrying case.
• The more high-tech and more expensive are self-cleaning litter… Continue
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 14, 2008 at 12:25am —
Great Ways To Pamper Your Pooch!
You spoil your pooch as close to rotten as you can get, don’t you? Hey, who doesn’t? It’s impossible not to, with those adorable, big, beautiful eyes, cold wet noses pressed against your leg and the little fluttering lashes. You give her a few scratches behind the ears, rub her belly and great gifts from Pampered Paw Gifts® that don’t break the bank. But does your budget allow for constant spoiling of your dog? Yes! Wouldn’t your pup love to have an… Continue
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 14, 2008 at 12:18am —
When I get to see the babies enjoy their gifts, it brings tears of joy! I make each gift and imagine the happiness given to such precious fur babies and I smile the entire time I make the gifts.
Look at these GREAT photos of Mr. Pugsley enjoying his birthday:
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 13, 2008 at 10:30pm —
North Shore Animal League America's famous Chihuahua trio
For those who follow the progress of North Shore Animal League America's famous Chihuahua trio, Venus, Carmen and Pablo, there's news: these charming dogs, born without their front legs and rescued by the League from a Virginia shelter, now have front-wheel drive, in the form of carts that will assist their mobility.
The three have been practicing getting about and eating using their new, custom-built, aluminum… Continue
Added by PamperedPawGifts.com on February 13, 2008 at 10:27pm —
Hello everyone. I'm new to this whole Knol scene. I came across this site while doing research for marketing my websites. Frameology Picture Frames and Precision Scopes. The whole Knol project looks like it will be pretty intense once it's completed.
I look forward to being here.
Added by Precision Scopes on February 7, 2008 at 8:07pm —
There is going to be a fair in Tampa off of Highway 301 next week. The Rare Fruit Council is going to have a booth there. From the advertisements on TV lately it seems that the fair has gone more towards entertainment and away from agriculture. There are photos of Vegas-style casino gambling and dancing girls as well as the footage of roller coasters and ferris wheels. I might visit the fair to see if the advertisements are accurate or if there is still a focus on agriculture at the… Continue
Added by Stephanie Fischetti on February 7, 2008 at 2:30pm —
New research shows that there is more than one estrogen receptor.
We're familiar with the estrogen alpha receptor. This is the one that
can go bad and signal cells to multiply uncontrollably, resulting in
breast or ovarian cancer. Now scientists have discovered estrogen
receptor beta, that seems to put the brakes on cell growth. A team led
by Heather Harris of Wyeth Research in Collegeville, PA, found that
drugs that increase estrogen receptor beta decrease… Continue
Added by Sharon W. Davis on February 7, 2008 at 12:08am —