That Was Awkward

I’m a bit of an awkward person.

Last week I was staying in a nice hotel on South Beach, in Miami. One night I ventured to the pool. I swam, talked with a towel boy, tried not to watch a couple make out, and pondered whether or not I should really become a wedding makeup artist Manchester.

My hair still dripping a bit, I left the pool and made my way to the elevator. Of course I ended up riding alone with a really hot guy – I’m talking Edward Cullen hot – who was staying in the penthouse. You know that awkward silence when you’re in an elevator with a stranger? Yeah, I wasn’t having that. I broke the silence as proof of my awkwardness escaped through my lips.

‘Crap, I’m dripping.’ He looked at me strangely and responded.


‘Yeah.’ And I walked out. I should have taken the stairs.

One Less Thing Off My Agenda

I have a long list of things that I have to do. I am such a busy person. Even if there were 25 hours in the day, I still would not get everything done that I need to get done. However, I am grateful that I do get to complete some of the tasks that I need to do. For example, I have been needing to go by the florist Harrogate for a long time. I was finally able to get that done yesterday.

Today, I will complete one more task that I have been needing to get done. That task is to go to the doctor and get my checkup. This is one of my most important tasks, and I am so glad that I will be getting it done. Tomorrow, I will work on something else that I need to do.

I Really Thought I Was Going Deaf

Like many people, I always took my hearing for granted. However, I began to realize how precious this sense was when I thought I was losing it. It started about six weeks ago. I was watching television and began to experience ringing in the ears. I thought the television was too loud, so I turned it down. The ringing did not go away. A couple of days later, I began to have difficulty hearing my co-workers, children and husband. That was when I knew something was wrong, so I gave my doctor a call.

My doctor examined me and determined there was a very simple solution to my problem. My hearing was impaired because I had so much wax. My physician performed Stockport ear wax removal, and I have not had any problems with my hearing ever since. Now, I realize how fortunate I am to be able to hear.

Entering the New World

When I was younger, we used to complain about how hot is would get during the summer. Then we would go crazy turning up the portable fans as high as they would go! Luckily, we do not live in the twelfth century any more. Our new family home is modern and it has a working air conditioning Manchester unit! I know that today this is not a big deal. However, in Europe, many people do not have an AC unit. They suffer through the heat as they have done for decades! I do not know how those people do it! I am dying if it is over seventy degrees outside! I am so glad we live in a country that has an AC unit in each house! I do not know how people in the past put up with it. America is seriously the most modern and convenient place to live in the world!

A Most Memorable Affair

My best friend just got married and left for his honeymoon with his beautiful bride. They are very much in love, and their hard work to pull off the perfect wedding paid off. It was one of the most memorable affairs I have ever attended.

They wanted this day to be a celebration, and it was all that and more. We started with a wedding breakfast that included all of the 200 guests. From there, we took limos to the church for the ceremony. It was beautiful and serene. I am sure there weren’t many dry eyes as they took their vows.

After the church ceremony, we headed off for the reception. It was perfectly catered at a local ballroom. The food was excellent and the champagne flowed. One of the best parts was the wedding violinist Manchester who strolled through the crowd. He was a top-notch performer and made sure to serenade every guest. It was the cap to the perfect day.

My Husband’s Bonus

Last week, my husband was promoted at work. I was so proud of his accomplishment. I know how hard he worked for it. Not only did he get a raise, but he was also given a bonus. We decided we would wait a week before discussing how to use it. That way, we would both have the time to think about what we wanted.

I know my husband has wanted a Bolton CCTV system for a long time. I thought of all the things I wanted, but it just seems fair to let him get that installed first. Most of the things I want are small items. I know he will be willing to buy them for me as soon as we have the money. If there is anything left over from the system installation, I will get them right away.

He works hard, and I know this is what he wants. I cannot wait to sit down and discuss how we will spend that bonus. This is going to be a good talk for both of us.

Aged Dreams

The idea of playing music for a living was a dream early in my life. I grew up listening to jazz, blues and swing music from records in my boyhood home. These styles called to me as they were upbeat and deeply rooted in the South as I am Georgia born. The saxophone was a wailing call to my soul. Its unique sounds and range made my desire to play as I got older. The time middle school came around, money was rare in my family. I spend 2 years saving from my grass cutting money and little birthday gifts to get this one goal of mine. Finally, at the summer of twelve years old, I became a saxophonist. The time was when I walked into a local pawn shop to find beaten, tarnished saxophone with a torn, banged up hard wooden case. The sax was older than my mother but had the story I was looking for. My life of a saxophone player Manchester was in the start and now I could seek my true calling.

Say What?

Driving down a narrow road about nine in the morning, listening to a little soft music with a cup of coffee in my cup holder, thinking I was doing the speed limit until a guy come swerving around me doing about ninety. He pulled up next to me and mumbled a lot of bad words (I read his lips very well with these) I care not to repeat. The saddest part is that I was really trying to hear him and see what was wrong and then realized my hearing wasn’t what it needed to be. He said whatever he had to say and took off but instead of me being angry I was more concerned with why I couldn’t hear all of the words he was saying. I’m sure he was yelling loud enough for me to hear just by his body language. I knew then I probably needed hearing aids Stockport and nothing was more upsetting than that. I really wanted to find him and hug him because it made me realize I had an issue and it sure wasn’t my driving it was my hearing. I was able to go and see about it and get what was needed so that the next time I ran into him I would be able to utter a few choice words myself!