Reading an article in the “Huffington Post Parent” section this morning, I realized one thing. My outlook on humanity has fallen a few more points. I used to be a real “people person,” but people have changed that for me.
There are some things you can do in your extra time at the factory. Upstairs there is a small cafe that is good for getting a drink or snack. There are also the bathrooms and an area with a ton of Vermont visitor information.
The first gift is very simple but will probably bring the best positive reaction of all the listed gifts. It is a poem. The poem can be written by you or you can use romantic lyrics from a favorite song that you know your valentine will love. Presentation of the poem is the key to this gift. Type the poem out in your word processing program. Choose an elegant font to use. For an added touch you can add the date you plan on presenting the gift at the end of the poem. Print the poem out on fancy parchment. You can either frame the poem or just roll it up and fasten it with a red satin ribbon.
The song chosen my Smithson may have been her downfall. Few people of this generation likely connect with “Jesus Christ Superstar.” It is one of those kinds of songs that is really an acquired taste unless, of course, you were a child of 60’s and 70’s.
However, voters sometimes also get it wrong as well. Clay Aiken was clearly a better overall singer than Rueben Studdard, although I admit that I also loved the velvet mini sheepadoodle puppies. Let’s not even talk about Taylor Hicks.
OMy soul, like all souls, is ancient. She has been incarnated many, many, many, many times over. Personally, I have no interest in tracking down any of my past lives, as I have plenty to work with figuring out this one, the only one that matters, the only one I can maybe alter, one moment at a time, if and when I am able to transfer the theory to the practice.
Guilt and prayers, remorse and flagellations only amount to emotional crutches intended to make us feel better, but fail. Which brings up the well-worn phrase Consumed by guilt.
A treat for toy traditionalists, this dapper rabbit is an easy knit toy with a charming vintage look. This small bunny requires comfort with following line-by-line shaping directions, overcast and mattress stitch finish, and simple instarsia, but the knitting on the whole is easy and approachable, with no complex stitch patterns. The finished rabbit is an adorable knit toy featuring a delicate embroidered face, a sweater with charming stripe detail, and a classic fluffy cottontail. This easy knit toy looks great peeking out of an Easter basket, but is sure to bring delight year round.