Pssst.... She needs to be left alone!

Stephanie writes in her blog..

"I promise you that I love my family. Love them. Would stop a bullet for them. Challenge trains to push them to safety. I wouldn't trade any of them for any amount of treasure.


If I don't get some alone time soon everybody's gonna be visiting me in the loony bin.

For the last ten days to two weeks, everybody has been sniping at everybody else in every single combination you can think of. Constantly. Spouse has been on vacation so he's been helping out enormously (thank you spouse!) but the non-stop warfare has worn me thin. That last little nerve has been scraped raw and everyone has broken out the tap shoes to dance on it."

Albeit sympathizing for Steph's plight, how about the blog being a book or movie plot.

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Pssst.... Social Media is where your customers are.

The folks at Silvergear are constantly seeking ways to improve upon their customer service and business practices. With constantly evolving web development technologies, they realize the importance of being educated continually in the latest available technologies which ensures that clients receive only the best service available.

"There’s been a growing trend in the last few years. Maybe you’ve noticed it in your website’s dwindling traffic or the increased difficulty you’ve had making the front page of Google. Maybe you’ve bought ads online for the first time or resigned yourself to the conclusion that you’re stuck with traditional advertising."

But what if something else is at play? What if all your customers have just… disappeared?

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Pssst.... Can you keep a secret . . ? Why we really need to gossip.

If you've just divulged a gossipy titbit to a female friend then set your stopwatch: you've got exactly 32 minutes before she spills the beans.

That's the findings of the skincare line Simple who recently conducted a survey of 3,000 British women to see how long they could keep a secret.

One-in-10 of women surveyed admitted to being completely unable to keep a secret -- no matter how confidential the information shared. And 85 percent said they relished having a good gossip.
"Gossip was also used as a means of punishing misbehavior," says Locke. "In bands of hunter-gatherers, those who failed to honor their family obligations, hoarded food, or acted like a 'big shot' were identified and ostracized through gossip."
Sharing secrets among friends can also build stronger bonds, allowing gossipers to build alliances over a secret that may make everyone feel better about their own lives.

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Pssst.... Hey, You! Want Some Herb…

…bread? Missie Lee is talking about food — "Mediterranean Herb Bread, to be precise –so if you’re thinking about another kind of Herb — your uncle Herb or Herbert Hoover, perhaps? — well, that’s all you!*

When Miaaie made her Mediterranean Pork Loin , she thought an herby bread to go along with it would be lovely. So after she perused a few different bread recipes and developed her own take on herb bread!

And peoples, it tasted as yummy as it smells!

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Pssst.... It's called the nap.

Did you know?

The term "nap" as it applies to fabric generally refers to the direction in which the open ends of the fibers naturally lie, such as in a velvet piece. Normally, the fabric nap would be in the down direction. However, to achieve a darker, richer color, sometimes these fabrics are used with the nap in the up direction. This darker color is the result of the reduced reflection of light off the fibers.

Dana is a baby boomer who loves vintage modern design and the creative men & women behind it. Join her as she researches the iconic as well as the obscure, take an occasional look back at growing up in the mid-20th century and work with her daughter and son-in-law, who are sellers of vintage furnishings.

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Pssst.... Tell the Turtle Soon

Jan Miesse is at it again with a great narrative that illustrates the power of taking risks, or maybe not knowing that we can't...

"Deep within a forest a little turtle began to climb a tree. After hours of effort he reached the top, jumped into the air waving his front legs and crashed to the ground. After recovering, he slowly climbed the tree again, jumped, and fell to the ground.

The turtle tried again and again while a couple of birds sitting on a branch watched his sad efforts. Finally, the female bird turned to her mate.

“Dear,” she chirped, “I think it’s time to tell him he’s adopted.”

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