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... the cooler so it stays cold as we drive. Did you want some snacks? I am not a big one for snacks when travelling.
Heidi: I like snacks. I like chips, ripple chips, plain and nuts.
Julie: Well I probably won’t get anything.
Heidi: I LIKE SNACKS: PLAIN RIPPLE CHIPS AND NUTS (she has raised her voice a little and is sort of laughing.)
Julie: Yeah you said ...
... calendar, I would not have noticed that we turned to New Year.
But I did not end up lonely that night. At midnight we gathered with some co-workers in our house to chat, drink some beer and champagne and at two in the morning went to bed .
At the Christmas time I was also really busy with selling our minivan. The registration was about to expire, I did not want to renew it, so I was offering that for sale. I found one buyer in nearby Edmonton, where I drove one ...
... ballad. He rocked it!! Wow!!!
There was 2 other competitors in his division. The other guy had a deep baritone voice. He did sound good, but was no where near the showman Rick is.
They finally announce the winners. Rick got best "star" , or some such thing, and the other guy won the division. Poor Rick! He felt bad for everyone that ca
me out and supported him. We just felt bad that he didn't win. That said, it means he can compete next ...
... is more for very senior leaders. This group of change management professionals really are trying to doing something very different to make their companies better. But a good speaker none-the-less. Right at the end, Slalom Consulting presented their iPad Mini to the winner of their third of three games showcasing their business game platform. I made it a clean sweep. I won all three games, winning $200 on Monday, $200 more ...
... evolved as campers and these days we do as much primitive camping as possible. Primitive camping means that there is no electricity, no water, no pools or other niceties of the commercial KOA style campgrounds. What primitive campgrounds does offer is a true wilderness
experience, a different crowd of campers, and unmatched solitude. We are overlooking a 1000 acre meadow in front of ...