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Chronic Fancy

By times we are surprised by the life or we are trados for our feelings. We are led to believe that we have yes a possibility, despite small, but that we have a chance to show to the others, for being who we are truily, without needing to hide no part of our history, or without needing to suffocate our feelings, or the best part of them. Exactly without attractive bigger terms. this is so deep and intense that makes in them to feel that hope if confuses with the rising of a new day, a new morning after a long night Long nights Candy illusion Illusion candy that leaves an Acre flavor in the mouth, a bitter taste and a sensation of frustration and prostrao. But what the fancy of the mistake is the illusion seno. Therefore it is yes an error to believe that it is better to suffocate the love instead of declaring that we love more to each day.

To each different form that we find of looking at with predilection. Further details can be found at Marko Dimitrijevic Twitter, an internet resource. That it is more easy to say that we are not giving account of the life instead of trying and Despite let us fail (that it is failure, but that it has fight) By times we are led to such mistakes, then, we are judged by these things that we make, these attitudes that we take and these crazy feelings that come and do not leave in them in peace. A compound of pleasure and agony. The others judge in them therefore, but we judge in them, itself proper, for what we consider in them to carry through. for times we commit our injustices, we are severe in trying to give name what the others are not imported. But the least we have that importing in them. why then is fancy? Because we delude in them excessively in the concern with the others and forget that none them, them others, are leaving of side some thing for us, or are hugging or if becoming attached something for our welfare. It is fancy of the mistake to cry and to feel to ache in the soul the prostrao and the frustration one more time to be being who never we would have to be, simply for the fact to look at who does not need to be looked at by us, to help who is self-contained excessively to be helped by us, or to love who rejects our love. Candy illusion, that in them leaves with this flavor bitter taste in the heart makes in them to place this called fancy mistake

Garbage and Thrift – Is It a Load of Trash?

thriftychopping Did you ever notice how long it takes you to fill your garbage can? There are many factors involved in what determines how often you need to schlep the thing to the trash out front for the trash collectors to take away, but let’s say you have an average-size garbage can. Do you think it takes you more or less time to fill it than your neighbors? The answer is quite telling, about you, your family and your values.

For instance, I have what many who have visited me describe as a "tiny garbage can."

"You must take that thing out two or three times each day!" they exclaim. Well, I always exclaim back, "I once had a larger garbage can. When it was full it was too heavy for me to carry to the trash, and besides, after a few days in the kitchen it starts to smell." The garbage can I have now in my kitchen is taken out about once each day, and sometimes even less. It is about two and a half feet tall, with about a 12 inch diameter. When it’s full it weighs maximum 8 pounds. (Like a lightish bowling ball.) Oh, and I forgot to mention that I have a lot of children … let’s just say, more than 3.)

So how is it that I create so little garbage and many of my friends and neighborhoods so much? Well, I’ll tell you a story that might help explain it.

My husband and I were once invited to a friend’s house for dinner. We arrived a bit early, while my hostess was still preparing some of the dishes for dinner. I joined her in the kitchen and we talked together while she was cutting, chopping and stirring. To my great dismay, and even shock (I take this stuff very seriously) she was throwing away all kinds of perfectly edible, yummy parts of the vegetables that she was either too lazy to wash or cut off from the inedible part, or too misguided to realize that she was throwing out valuable food, which she paid good money for.  It was all I could do to stop myself from sticking my hands into her trash and recovering perfectly good pieces of red peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, and who knows what else. I didn’t want to be rude or insult her, so I didn’t say anything to her either. But I was pretty upset and was given an insight into other people’s (bad) habits.

I use very little food that come in cans. I always wash aluminum cooking pans until they sprout holes. The ones with holes I use as a bottom for the newer tins, so that they are more stable and last longer. I hardly use tin foil, and almost never use paper plates. It is just the way I am. Some people might call me stingy, or a cheapskate. But I prefer to think of myself as thrifty.

I believe that the world today needs a lot more thrifty people, and I hope some of them will find their way here to my new blog, Thrift Deals.