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- Non-smoking hotel
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One of the things about lasting long enough to retire is that you suddenly seem to have a lot of time on your hands, finally. The day to day battles with job, co-workers, bosses, and all the annoying little things that used to wear on you suddenly recede into the past and fall under the category of "That was then". And ahead? Why now you have a chance to do some of the things you always wanted to do with the clear hope that these things don't end with your arrest or ...
So last week, my lovely parents came to visit. I was pretty
overexcited about this, as I’m blessed with amazing parents who are so kind,
supportive and loving. OK, enough with sentimentality, I’m welling up here…
The reunion itself was pretty beautiful, featuring a
classic slow run towards each other. First off, I showed them the subway, which
my dad was pretty taken with, with fond memories of the London tube. ...
At the tail end were a lot of Political candidates as we have a Mayoral and Civic Elections in October.
... to healthy profits from his investments in both companies.
By 1901, Pellatt was chairman of 21 companies with interests in mining, insurance, land, and electricity. In 1902, he and his partners won the rights to build the first Canadian hydro-generating plant at Niagara Falls. He was knighted in 1905 for his military service with the Queen's Own Rifles.
Pellatt's Midas touch continued through most of his business life. ...
... wood living room floor.
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Foot note: Colorados are what Ukrainians call potato bugs, supposedly because the U.S. state of Colorado is from where they first came. After WWII the East German government claimed that potato bugs were dropped by American planes. In East Germany they were known as Amikäfer (Yankee beetles). In Russia the species is endemic. Source: Wikipedia