Wednesday, November 19, 2008


(1) Unfurtunately, because of your poor service, our weekend was a disaster.
On July 16th my friends and I arrived at your inn hoping to spend an enjoyable weekend.

(2) Despite these problems, none of your employers apologized to us.
Since your ad says "have a fabulous time or get your money back," I am requestiong that you refund our money.
From the moment we arrived, there were problems with the service. First, a very unfriendly desk clerk could not find our reservation. After waiting almost half an hour, we were led by another unfriendly clerk to our room. The room, which had a view of a parking lot instead of the bay, had not yet been cleaned, so we found dirty towels on the beds and cigarrete butts in the ashtrays.

(3) Until things change at your inn, I will never recommend it to anyone.
This was not the weekend we had been looking forward to.
Service at your inn was not always like this. My previous visits were always enjoyable because of the courteous service and clean rooms with beautiful views. I expect to receive my refund shortly.
Sincerely yours.


Sunday, November 16, 2008

Should you go for what your heart says or go for what your head tells you ?

7 to 9 years is a big gap when couples are young. It's less of a big gap when couples are older. What's important is how both either man and woman feel about each other. But if you guys are young, you should realize that someone who is 7 to 9 years younger than you is living in a different world than you are. Everything changes every year when you're young. I'm sure you remember.The fact is that there are plenty of examples of age disparities in couples working out. My own parents are 10 years apart and have been married for over 50 years now. I know another couple married over fifty years who is 13 years apart. Having said that, 7 to 9 years is a long time when you're young. I would consider accepting someone a little bit if he's up for that to see how we work out together. But hold off on doing anything significant (either physically or in terms of moving in or uprooting each other's lives, etcetera). Just proceed with caution and make sure you both understand what you're getting into.

Monday, November 3, 2008


Ginseng, a medicinal herb, has long been used in maintaining physical vitality throughout the far-eastern countries including Korea and China.
The Chinese have been using ginseng for over 5000 years. They composed the name ginseng from two words meaning “Man Plant” from its frequent likeness to the human form.
Ginseng is one of nature’s greatest gifts. It is used to increase physical and mental endurance, boost energy, normalize body functions, reduce cholesterol, and prevent cancer. Traditionally, ginseng has been used to enhance sexual desire, by promoting sex hormone production. There are a number of ways to take ginseng. Some Asian users simply chew on the slightly sweet, licorice flavored roots.
Personally, I like to take it in liquid with my breakfast so that I can have enough enery during the whole day.
I recommend it. It has really worked on me.

About Lucy.........(pg.11)

Lucy Gomez is the most creative person I know. She started piano lessons when she was only 6 years old. At school, she was always creating interesting projects in her art class. When she was only 12 years old, she won a citywide poetry contest. Her parents were very proud of her.
Now Lucy works as a sitcom writer for a popular T.V. show. She works with a group of writers, and together they have to think of fresh idea. They also have to come up with funny dialog for the actors on their show because the actors have to play believable characters that will make the audience laugh. It is not an easy job, but Lucy does it well.

Lucy is very curious. She likes to travel and meet new people who have opinions that are different from hers. She often carries a notebook with her and writes down what she sees and hears. Lucy tells me that these new experiences are a good source of ideas for her work. I always enjoy talking to her and am happy to know someone as brigh and creative as Lucy.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Many changes happened when I was a teenager...(pg. 69)

I rememeber my adolescence as a time that just happend fairly quick, well, I mean that I wish I have done many other thing I could do or I was able to do. For example, I should have studied a carrier; and unfortunatly I did not follow my parents' advice. And finally I decided to get married with my first boyfriend.
So, that I have an deep regret in my life, because I got married so young that I could not continue my studies.
I remember parts of my life and oportunities that I had as a teenager, like studying in Canada for one year before getting married. That made me grow up a lot because I got used to take my own decisions and also helped me to be more organized and responsable. It was an amazing experience to meet different people with different culture and of course, I started to learn English.
I am also glad that I had my children very young. So, I can say I have achieved good goals as a mother also it have been hard sometimes to take desicions. But, anyway I would never change my life as a young momy.