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Now That’s Motivation!

August 8, 2014 | Therapy | Permalink

As I approach my mid-30′s, losing weight and staying fit is becoming more and more of a challenge. Yesterday, I decided to go for a light jog in the neighborhood. By the time I arrived at the end of my route, I was pooped. I started to walk, my heavy breaths becoming less and less frequent as I slowed down. As I was walking, I saw a thai massage Manchester delivery truck parked on the curb up ahead. I thought that it might be a perfect time for a delicious dessert. I began to think about all of the possible delicious treats stocked in the back of the vehicle that was now slowly moving down the road to the next stop. Although still very tired, my legs began to move as if motivated by some supernatural force. I chased the truck down, paid the driver, and ate some low-fat cherry cheesecake.

Halloween Night

June 28, 2014 | Relationships | Permalink

On Halloween night many people dress up and go out and have fun. What happens if the dead came alive and walked among us in costumes themselves? Certain people can be a bridal makeup artist Manchester and just go to the cemetery, any cemetery, and just knock thrice on a head stone to make someone come up from the dead. Now only one head stone can be knocked on at one time and only on Halloween. When the person comes up from the dead and dreary coffin they can be covered with make up to blend in with the others that are out having fun. With a very old cemetery that the head stones are not very readable, you better make sure not to wake up a mad man. Those are the worst and you maybe hurt in the path of revenge. Everyone needs to be back in their “coffin home” by midnight or they may disappear from their family’s memory.

Laying in Bed Thinking of My Upcoming Surgery

May 30, 2014 | Health | Permalink

As I lay there on the hospital bed, waiting to be taken into surgery, there is so much that is going through my head. The pain that will come after the surgery, if I will make it through with no problems, and if this is going to be the last time I see all of my friends and family before they put me under. I was only going in for knee surgery, but hated to go under the knife for anything. It always has been a fear of mine, all I can hope for at this time is my physician has had all the necessary preoperative assessment training that he needs, so I can have a smooth surgery without too much stress on the recovery portion. Fingers crossed for a knowledgeable and caring staff.