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... structure, functions and workflow or sequence. Just like in a business, in a household you have certain areas like kitchen, bathroom or lounge where there are certain tasks that need to be distributed. What needs to be done? Who does what? How is it to be done? Who has power? Who has responsibility and which? Think of it like giving the kids chores. Someone has to do it! If nobody cooks then no one eats. And you can't ...
... a concert featuring Music from Mozart, Strauss, and Mozart boys choirs at the Liechtenstein city palace. An amazing concert.Late supper of Hungarian goulash (delicious soup) Apple Struedel etc etc.The trip through the Wachau valley was spectacular.It is like the Rhine Gorge-steep slopes,vineyards bright with Autumn colours.Landscape dotted with castles and churches. We have had amazingly warm weather and lots of sunny days. Off to Bratislava capital of ...
Foggy and cool, but
no rain. Continuing on down the River Main; we had a relaxing morning in the
lounge, reading and updating the travel log. We arrived in
Miltenberg around noon, and after lunch on board rather than do the short tour of
Miltenberg, the boys opted for a bike ride along the river at Miltenberg. The bikes are all
ladies bikes, with an 8 speed twist grip, and the helmets a tight fit, ...
The basic thing to get out of that video is that everyone is part of a cycle. The biggest truth is about the relationship between big corporations and the government, the fact that industry has a licence to pollute and about planned and perceived obsolescence, which is making stuff to break after a while and stuff that is outdated because of technological development, but still works.
I notice that the most with my mobile phone. ...
On Friday there was a public holiday in Germany called "Tag der deutschen Einheit" (German Unity Day) to celebrate the 1990 reunification (Deutsche Wiedervereinigung) of West and East Germany after the fall of communism. Interestingly if you want to turn something political into reality, you should start with currency because the acceptance of the German Mark in East Germany was one of the ...