When I was transferred to the city, I knew that I was going to have to find a new place to live. I had some time to do it, but I didn't want to have to endure the long trip to work and back home for very long. I started immediately at my new job as soon as I found out the news, and it was one of my new coworkers who told me about www.condogallery.com.sg. I had mentioned to him that I wanted to find a nice condo that was close to work.
He told me that if I went to that site, I would find all of the new developments that have either been recently built or were in the process of being constructed. I knew that I wanted to live in a new condo because of the pay raise I received with my transfer. I would easily be able to afford something much nicer than where I was. I looked at the different condos available, and I was overwhelmed at first. I had no idea that there were going to be so many different choices available to me.
I took my time and looked at each one. I wrote the pros and cons down for each one, and I finally realized that there were just not many cons at all with any of them. I ended up choosing one that is only a few miles from where I work. Even if I end up in another job, it is close enough to the business hub of the city that I would still be close to any other job I would get. It has so many things that my old apartment didn't have too, so I actually feel like I am a bit spoiled now. It's a feeling I do like!
- Wine Tasting: White Wine Review
Event on 2013-12-30 18:00:00
Discover a new favorite white wine just in time for New Year's Eve. Join us for a relaxing evening as we sample a flight of classics and rising stars from America and abroad. Chef H.J. will touch on tasting techniques and provide a special pairings menu to enhance the experience. Ideal for both beginning and experienced wine aficionados.
- Asparagus and Bok-Choy Frittata
- Shrimp Tostadas
- Braised Pork Belly
- Friends Church & Changed Pepole Today,Presents T.H.U.G.G. Journey. Event on 2013-12-30 18:00:00 T.H.U.G.G,True Homies Under GODs Grace. this event is about a man journey . comming to long beach Ca .and being a leader to men ,woman ,boys and girls. his passion is working with all youth that battal with drug .Gang bang and achol .he well be given out his CDs. and Book to the Gust that attend .so come on out and be blessed. at Long Beach Friends Church 850 Atlantic Avenue Long Beach, United States
- SOUTH KONA GREEN MARKET - Sundays
Event on 2014-01-05 09:00:00
We are open Sundays 9am-2pm. This is The Premier Green Market right where the most delicious Kona coffee, mac nuts & Tropical fruits & vegies are grown. Artisans sell their handcrafts made here on The Big Island. FREE LIVE MUSIC every Sunday.
More info: SKGM.org or Tim 328 8797
at Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden 82-6160 Mamalahoa Hwy Captain Cook, United States
Instructor: Chef H.J. Schumerat Taste Culinary Classroom at Price Cutter Plus 2021 W. Republic Road Springfield, United States
I was having dinner with my friends the other month, and we started discussing cures for different diseases. We talked about how some diseases still remain uncured even today, and how in the next 10 years it may be possible to have a cure for them. The cure for herpes came up in the discussion and from that topic, we found out something shocking about one of our friends at the dinner table. Our friend revealed that she had herpes. She had been living in secret with the virus for the last two years.
We asked her why she didn't tell us, and she said that she was embarrassed to admit it to anyone. She did her best to hide it from all of us, and I'd say she did a pretty good job. Anytime she was having an outbreak, she would stay away from anyone so they wouldn't see that she was having one. It was a pretty clever tactic, but it wasn't the best thing to do. She said she was sorry for keeping it from us, but we told her that she didn't need to apologize. We understood how hard it must have been for her to live with the virus and that it was her right to decide if she wanted to tell us or not.
Since our friend revealed that she has herpes, we've been very supportive of her. She had an outbreak recently and we understood when she couldn't hang out with us. My friends and I started a charity in her honor to raise money for herpes research. We think that if everyone works together and raises enough money, we can find a cure for herpes sooner than 10 years. Then our friend will be able to live a life without a virus on her back.Keep On Reading
There are a lot of people in my life that said that I would move out of the big city after I graduated from college. I kept on telling people that was not the case, I loved the city and all the things that it had to offer and that they were going to have to come to the city to visit me if they wanted to see me or pick me up at the train station if I wanted to come visit them because I do not own a car. I even had a deal on new york directtv where I was locked into a mutli year contract with them, so I knew I was not going to be leaving the city any time. My parents called me a city slicker and when I told them that I wanted them to come to the Thanksgiving Day parade this year and have dinner with me after they agreed. They told me that they were going to have a great time with the city slickers and enjoy that very long parade route that they knew was special.
My parents came into the city and they were so surprised by the amount of people that were standing around so early in the morning. I told them that since it goes by my apartment that they had to be at my house the evening before then we would take our chairs and line them up on the parade route where we would be able to see people walk by. I told them that I did not mind actually sitting and waiting there because they were going to be able to sleep in for a little bit. It worked out great and we all had such a nice time with a great meal after.Keep On Reading
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