Friday, May 27, 2011


Well sadly my knitting/crocheting and jewelry making side job has slowed to a crawl as I have begun training to run a marathon! I will be running the California International Marathon on December 4, 2011! I have been running for 2 weeks now and am up to 4.2 miles. I am also working out hard at my gym...strengthening my core which will make me a more efficient runner. I am so excited to be doing this. I still love my knitting, crocheting and jewelry making and will continue to do so. I will also be selling my wares at the Tattered House's Fall Antique show. So no worries :o) I just wanted to share my new side venture (or should I say adventure) with all of you.


Md Zahid said...

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It is best to allow your lady to get physical with you when she is ready for it, because Ukrainian brides are not only beautiful, but they are also very emotional and sensitive. Sex for them is only a part of romantic relationships with a man they love and trust. Thus, if you will respect your fiance and will not force the matter, you will be really satisfied and pleased with your relationships, including sexual ones, when she will get ready to try it with you.

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Md zahid said...

Once you have arrived to the Chernobyl zone, you will meet with representatives of the Chernobylinterinform Company who will answer all your questions about Chernobyl.
Then, you will leave for the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant. On your way, you will pass another checkpoint where the Chernobyl zone staff will check your passports and passes.
You will also make a stop at reactor cooling passages. If the weather is good, you may be lucky to see huge catfishes, witnesses of the Chernobyl tragedy. You may bring some bread to feed them.

See, Tour2Chernobyl