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... a science associated with how this
Love is an energy and all things including ourselves are
built out of energy.... when we move we are in effect moving energy fields.
Energy fields affect each other. If our energy is loving, then we affect other
energy fields that we touch with that love. We can share that love, we can both
give and receive love in mutual benefit.
In such a way, a ...
... well, so hopefully we'll be able to hang out on my extra days.
Emma was the highlight of the night. She was so happy and relaxed. She jumped around the dance floor all night long, and you could see all the worries and pressure and frustration of the last few weeks just float off of her.
At 2AM things started slowing done, so I gave Joe and Pete hugs and they headed back to Corpus, then I walked our Film teacher, Luar, to her ...
... so hard my stomach hurt. Tom was practically crying from laughing so hard because he could not clap and say the numbers at the same time. Larry came in after a while, because he was still up investigating the Mystery of the Phantom Schedule. He jokingly told Joe it was his fault, but I assured Joe that I'd told Michael he was definitely not to blame, and Joe seemed to appreciate that. I'm glad that he and Becca came to hang out tonight, because I haven't had ...
... at HMS Victory. We did not have enough time to go and see the Mary Rose which is now in a museum - something to consider on our next visit.
The drive from Portsmouth to Oxford was very easy and when we arrived at Dizzy's home there was no sign of life and she did not answer the phone so we wondered if she had got the day wrong. We decided to have a drink in the local pub and hope she returned and fortunately by the time we returned to her house she was home. ...
... Christmas gifts (they spent Christmas day with Jane's family). We ordered a "curry" take away (Indian food) and enjoyed a nice meal together in their home.
December 28- I joined Ed for a half day at his office. He has an hour long commute, the first half through rolling countryside and various villages. The office is in a business center in the industrial town of Northhampton. I was introduced to a few of his colleagues as I sat in their ...
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