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It's been quite a while since I've written here, but nothing new. Just in the waiting stage. I did receive the camera and it's fantastic - latest model. I also read The Desire Map. I had an aha moment while reading it. While I've never been a materialistic person, 'things' are a part of all of our lives. The aha moment was that we shouldn't visualize things that we want, those things we think will make us happy, but rather the feelings those things will give ...
... not need to pay extra hour pay, rewards and various other employee advantages. Essentially if your business gets call daily then an inbound telephone call facility would be advantageous to you. Just how can an Incoming contact us center boost your Company? Permit us take an instance: If you have a site which has your telephone number specified on it, every brokened contact us could be a missed opportunity. A possibility shed to change that phone call into ...
... really cold now so it is
time to move.
I mean who retires to cold weather!!!
have met some new cruisers lately and Dylan would be proud of us as
we have helped out quite a few. The best story though is the
couple we helped out when they lost their propeller and it was a
single engine catamaran so they were dead in the water. We had
a spare propeller that just happened to fit. They ...
... Dylan will be allowed back in the US next week and will be refreshed from his surfing trip and keen to hook up the all the electrics.
This is Lee-Anne now - we did go into Baltimore to collect our boxes that we had shipped over prior to leaving - I have put a couple of pics in - the clock tower building was a shot as we were trying to navigate our way out of the one way streets back to the freeway to head home to the peace and quiet of Pleasure Cove Marina.
... have made some smaller islands disappear entirely. Many of the shores in the area are very shallow, meaning if the water rises just a few inches it can move a long way inland. Many people make predictions that a large number of present-day communities will be under water in the next century. The last building was the smallest of the four, and it looked at the cultural history of the area. It was a somewhat cursory glance at the history of the ...