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I always try things that I recommend for my clients to make sure that they are reasonable and achievable. Over the years, when clients have indicated that they are struggling financially I ask them “How much do you spend on groceries in a month?” Then “How much do you spend eating out or ordering in>?
It Only Takes Two To Get Married
My mom and dad were married on July 4, 1951. That morning mom went shopping for blue shoes to match her wedding dress. She knew that stores in Regina closed at noon on Wednesdays back then, but she needed the shoes as the ceremony was scheduled for one o’clock that day.
A Family Stare Off Competition
During the last several months, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and I have spent some quality time together. I’m assuming this is quality time, but I will have to get second opinion evidence about that. Overall, we have been enjoying our time together without any interruptions, as usually is the case. My idea is to take advantage of the situation at hand, and taking advantage of this, we have been joyfully doing. In the beginning of our marital relationship, I thought I was the master at taking advantage situations. I was happy about that because that’s what a husband is supposed to do. I was soon to find out that this was not necessarily the case. I don’t know how long this has been going on, but I discovered something in our relationship that I didn’t know. We had just settled down to watch a movie together, and at the commercial, I got up to go to the bathroom. As I was getting up, my wife said, “While you’re up, could you get me a cup of coffee?”
Carbon Monoxide Detectors for Travel
If you plan a vacation or business trip, it is best to ensure your safety by packing a carbon monoxide (CO). These devices can lessen the uncertainties of any fire hazards or CO gas emission when relaxing or sleeping in a hotel room. It would be best if you always carried a portable CO detector to intercept gas leaks and a vacation turning fatal and chaotic. Evidence indicates that several countries do not meet CO detector installation requirements in hotels, especially in every room.
It Was A Week That Was Shot To Pieces
I only made one mistake last week, which is something of a record for me. I try limiting mistakes to one at a time, but not always in sequential order. I once tried to make my mistakes in a logical order, but it turned out to be a mistake. The one faux pas I made was taking Monday off. I proposed to the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage that we take Monday off late Sunday evening, suggesting a contest to see who could sleep in the longest. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage readily agreed to my plan. This should have been a tip-off for me. On Monday, we decided to have a “loafing contest” to see who was the best loafer. Up to this point, I assumed superiority in this area. Many things fall into the category of not being able to do by Yours Truly but not this. Therefore, I concluded I had this contest in the bag.
Those Used To Be the Days
Being limited as to travel and outside activities can sometimes get rather boring. You can be inactive only so long, and then you get in that car that drives you to crazy land. Finding something to do to keep me from being bored has become somewhat of a challenge. However, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage can always find something to do, especially something for me. That is why every day I “act” as if I am busy. I think I ought to get some Emmy award for that because I am a rather good actor. I have had a lot of practice. Not only that, but my hearing is not very good. Therefore, when my wife asked me something, I pretend that I am busy and cannot hear her. I think she has caught on to my acting skills here. There goes that Emmy.
Help in These Difficult Times
We are all facing difficult situations with this Covid virus. Loved ones lost, isolation and loneliness, the fear and anxiety felt my so many. Not to mention the worries of the front-line workers, carers, nurses and all the other people putting their lives at risk for the benefit of others.
Basic Fire Safety Tips for Every Workplace
Fire in a workplace can comprise the safety of employees and the public, and thus, employees should be educated on preventive measures. Every worker should be familiar with the fire risks and safety information apart from the precautionary measure to minimize possible casualties and property damages in case of a fire. Although the nature of a business might dictate how one should prepare his or her workplace, here are the fundamental tips of ensuring safety and fireproof.
Did You Know There’s A Right And Wrong Way To Burn Candles?
There’s always something new you can learn, even about how to burn candles. Some tips can save your life, and some can save that romantic interlude you’ve been dreaming about.
Car Fire Extinguisher Buyers Guide
Walking in a store to buy groceries or clothes is easy. Have you thought about the same when it comes to shopping for a car fire extinguisher? Well, for starters, a fire extinguisher is vital for any vehicle’s safety. In case of a dangerous fire situation, the extinguisher will come in handy. Now, there are factors that you would have to consider before purchasing one.
There’s Something About A Lazy Summer Afternoon
The past week was an unusually quiet week around the parsonage. It enabled me to do something that I have wanted to do all summer long. Nothing. I am not bragging or anything, but I can do nothing right up there with the best of them. The week, as all weeks do, started on Monday. For me, there is always something about a Monday morning. And this Monday morning was going to set the tone for the rest of the week. It all began when the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage made one of her announcements. I live for these announcements because I know it will affect my whole week. “Our daughter and I,” she said rather matter-of-factly, “will be going out of town for the entire day on Thursday.” This came as a shock to me, for I had not been forewarned. And you know what they say about being forewarned. However, I’m not one to look a gift horse in the mouth. I will take what I can take when I can take it.