There are lessons to be learned at the zoo, especially from our new favorite animal, the tapir. Ms. Tapir tries to turn on her honey with high pitched squeals and a delicate spray of urine which she shoots straight out from her surprising rear atomizer. Each to his own. We were charmed by the gay ducks, and wish gays of all kinds a very happy marriage. By the way, the elephant cows have thrown out one of the headstrong bulls. Wize matriarchs.
Things are changing. I used to have a very regular schedule connected to weekly classes that allowed me to organize myself. It was Monday? OK, so I had my MVHS evening classes – that was a regular slot for about 5 years – and one, two or three one-to-one clients during the day, who would sometimes cancel at short notice. My fixed schedule was laid down by company courses and the schools I taught at, and variable appointments with clients who needed more flexibility filled up the rest. Every day had a personality connected to the very different types of courses I would be teaching and people I would be seeing. Continue reading A neat cave of my own
The summer is over, your stress level is up, and it’s easy to get into a fight. Nip that row in the bud. Thank heaven for Video Jug, and that very cute couple with their tips for all lovers:
Dating Humor: How To Stop A Row In 30 Seconds
Actors: Ben Neale and Sarah Coyle. The Scottish narrator: Kat Flint.
At the moment I’m spending time with my mother. It’s a rare occasion for me because Germany and the USA are still an ocean apart, and taking time off to take the trip is not always easy.
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