Kevin and his friends organized an Irish night at a local pub. They got the idea when one of Kevin’s clients showed him an exciting irish drum when they went to tour his newly bought house. Kevin is half-Irish so he felt his heart skip a beat when he saw the drum and the idea suddenly formed in his mind.
So he and his friends talked about the Irish night at the pub. It will be all Irish beer and food and music. Everyone is invited, Irish and non-Irish, of course! In fact, Kevin’s co-workers will also be going to the pub to celebrate with him and his friends.
I believe in appreciate every little thing that comes our way. Small blessings, I call it. There are so many of those small blessings in our every day lives that we often take them for granted, always waiting for the big one to come along.
You want to be happy? Look for the small blessings! Learn to appreciate it and you will find that happiness is easy to come by.
The overall theme of the wedding is rustic. The couple made sure that it would be a very memorable day not only for them but also for all their family, friends and other guests. They even hired a quartet, with Fulltone instruments(!), to play during their wedding rites and reception. They made sure the venue for their reception had a rustic feel to it. The wedding planner worked full time to ensure that every detail was put in place.
It was truly rustic and intimate and one for the books! A wedding like no other, was what the guests said. The wedding ceremony was solemn. The wedding reception was fun and well-thought out. The food was superb!
I want the same wedding, too!
Even though the writer puts it out there for anyone to read, do you think that reading someone’s blog can be likened to voyeurism, or perhaps being fly on the wall in someone else’s life?
In a way, yes, reading someone’s blog can be likened to voyeurism because we look into that blogger’s life like peeking into his/her window and seeing her get naked before our very eyes. I am talking about personal blogs here. Other blogs is like reading the newspaper or a business journal. But with personal blogs, the naked thoughts and situations in a blogger’s life is exposed. When we read that, it’s like being in that blogger’s life, too.
So in a way, reading a personal blog is like being a fly on the wall in that blogger’s home.
I am grateful I found this right away. At least now I am done for the day! I have a lot of things I still need to do but I am putting it off for tomorrow. I am bone tired already! My body is screaming for me to hit the sack now.
Anyway, I have prepared a list of things I need to accomplish tomorrow. That’s enough to remind me of the things I set aside today so I can run errands for love ones.
I am reminded of this advice from an old colleague of mine: work is not the end all and be all of one’s existence. There is life waiting for us outside of our jobs and let’s not forget that.
On that note, I am saying goodnight to everyone. Sweet dreams!
I do believe in the power of prayer. For me, it is conversing with the Lord God whenever I say a prayer, even a small one. A thank you, when uttered pertaining to the Lord, is already a small prayer, if you don’t know it yet.
When I was down and out, I held on to prayers and it saw me through those periods of my life.
Believe in the power of prayer… and keep the faith!
My younger cousin has a beautiful voice. She loves to sing and it’s evident on how she’s been hankering her parents to check out and buy gear one mv1000 review for her. She wants to have a professional mic at home so she can sing more and practice her talent.
Yes, she is thinking of using her God-given talent in the future. It could be her ticket to fame and fortune so my aunt and uncle are very supportive of her. They are going to enroll her in a professional singing school and she will have one-hour classes on weekends.
I just know she will go places with a beautiful voice like hers.
And comfort taken!
Thank you, hot choco with mallows! You made me feel so good after I drank you.