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When I Am Not Fully Awake, I Am Half Asleep…!”

When I Am Not Fully Awake, I Am Half Asleep…!”

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Every weekday morning my desk is the stopover hangout. And Mondays were especially fused with interesting conversations about our activities over the weekend. Co-workers, arrogantly competed to spotlight their venture. As the staff stood around my work area talking, they inadvertently place their coffee on my clean spacious desk.

But, I didn’t mind eventhough I was tired and sleepy. Honestly, on Mondays and mornings, I am out of sync, foggy unclear.

On this one particular morning, I was entralled by all of the interesting conversations when the aroma of coffee heightened my senses, entranced me into an intimate fuzziness, I believe to be a dream state. Let’s say, “I was in a coffee heaven”.

Suddenly, I was having a weird experience. All that I could hear were conversations, which had faded into the background. And in the foreground words began to oscillate from one conversation to the other. I was helplessly hallucinating.

Virgil was talking about the Baby Grand Piano he bought his younger daughter.

And Laura then began saying that her mother-in-law made the best pound cakes ever.

My head was spinning!

Then, I felt myself leaning forward and I began sipping coffee, one by one, from … everyone’s cup.

The conversations went to a solid halt. And then I heard voices saying “Hey! Hey! They were all in shock and just stared at me. At that moment, I became fully awake. I just sat there and said nothing.

Call me awkward or dense-headed! But, from that experience, I now know that coffee makes me crazy!

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“Terence Trent D’Arby – Wishing Well”

“Terence Trent D’Arby – Wishing Well”

D’Arby’s debut solo album, Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D’Arby, released in July 1987, is his best-known commercial work.[5] The album produced hits including “If You Let Me Stay”, “Wishing Well”, “Dance Little Sister”, and “Sign Your Name”.

He expressed a high opinion of his debut album, brashly claiming that it was the most important album since the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper.[6] The album earned him a Grammy Award in March 1988 in the category Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male. In that same year, he earned a Soul Train Award nomination for Best New Artist.

His follow-up was the album Neither Fish Nor Flesh (1989).[5]

It took four more years and a move to Los Angeles until his next album, Symphony or Damn (1993) was released. The record contained the singles “Delicate” and “She Kissed Me”. It peaked at No. 4 on the UK Albums Chart.[5]

In 1995, D’Arby released Vibrator which was followed by a world tour.[5]

During the 1990s, his relations with his record label Columbia Records became strained, eventually leading to his departure in 1996. He moved to Java Records for one year, during which he recorded Terence Trent D’Arby’s Solar Return, which was not released. In 2000, he bought back the rights to his unreleased album and left the record company as well as his management team, Lippman Entertainment.[citation needed]

In 1999, D’Arby collaborated with INXS to replace his friend, the late vocalist Michael Hutchence, so the band could play at the opening of facilities for the Sydney Olympics.[7]


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Ladies! Do Your Feet Scream For Comfort, Beauty And Freedom?

Ladies! Do Your Feet Scream For Comfort, Beauty And Freedom?
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Shoes, footsies, foot jewelry, wedding wear, summery fashion…? Glamorous?

What is a barefoot sandal?

Barefoot sandals are a way that barefooters sometimes use to look like they are shod while still maintaining sole-to-ground contact. In other words, they are used to try to foil the shoe police. … Barefoot sandals can also be used as jewelry or decoration for the feet.

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“Sidekicks And Other Bootlegging Romances”

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8 Soulmate Signs: How To Identify Your Soulmate


Thanks to Disney movies and classic Hollywood romances, most people grew up thinking they’d find their soulmate and live happily ever after. Unfortunately, it’s common to go for decades without finding “the one”, and the concept of a soulmate can start to feel like a foolish fantasy.

However, if you look around, you’ll see there are couples who prove that soulmates are real. This means it’s possible for you to find and nurture that dream relationship too… if you look out for the relevant clues! So how do you know when you meet your soulmate? Keep these eight soulmate signs in mind, and you’ll know when you’ve found the one.

How To Identify Your Soulmate

1. You Have An Intense Intuition
There’s often a flash of recognition that occurs when you meet a soulmate. Sometimes it feels like the phenomenon of manifesting love at first sight, and at other times it’s more like a strong sense of familiarity.

So if you feel comfortable, energized and intimate with someone even though you’ve only just met them, there’s a good chance this relationship will go the distance.

2. You’re Best Friends
There’s a myth that romantic partners can’t be close friends.

However, in truth, a strong friendship is a foundation for a lasting romance. When you meet your soulmate, you also meet your best friend!

It is still important to have friendships outside of your relationship. This simply means you just easily “get” each other on a deeper level than you usually experience, you share a sense of humor, and you quickly become each other’s number one source of support.

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3. There’s Mutual Respect
Relationships often fall apart when the two people try to change each other. In contrast, soulmates respect each other on a fundamental level. Plus, this respect is based on really knowing each other (flaws and all).

So if you find yourself really accepting someone in spite of their quirks and neuroses, and you feel that acceptance directed back at you unconditionally, this may be a soulmate connection.

4. You Have The Same Vision Of The Future
This is one of the most significant signs that you’ve found your soulmate because it’s not only an indication of a deep connection but also one of the most reliable predictors of a happy partnership.

If you don’t share key values, imagine your future in the same way and want the same sorts of things out of life, resentment grows and begins to sour the relationship. So, when you meet someone who actually sees their life unfolding in the same way you imagine your own, you’ve struck gold!

5. You Challenge Each Other
Your ideal partner will not only admire you for all you’ve done but open your eyes to all you could do. This can be challenging because it will mean that the two of you are often encouraging one another to move out of your comfort zones.

However, the unique combination of challenge and support provided by a soulmate is a major catalyst for personal development and growth. And, in the future, you’re sure to be grateful to each other for all the encouragement and gentle prodding administered over the years!

6. You Fight For The Relationship
No relationship is without conflict, even when soulmates get together. There will always be obstacles and bumps in the road. But whether you’re trying to cope with family difficulties, financial worries, illness, career uncertainty or parenting issues, a couple who are meant to be together will keep fighting for the relationship.

Crucially, you’ll find ways to fight together in order to make things better, because you’ll both want the relationship to survive more than you’ll want to defend your own egos.

7. You Can Be Apart, But Prefer Being Together
Soulmates are able to strike the right balance between time together and time apart. They trust each other and still feel close when they’re doing separate things, rather than being consumed with jealousy or anxiety.

At the same time, when you’re in a relationship with your soulmate you also know that you’re happiest and more fulfilled when you’re enjoying quality time as a couple. If spending time together ever feels like a chore, consider the reason behind this.

After all, what could be better than hanging out with your best friend, favorite lover, biggest fan and main teammate?

8. You’re Comfortable Being Authentic
Finally, it’s common to have a range of masks that you wear in different situations in order to get on or fit in. However, one of the most satisfying things about being with a soulmate is that there’s no need for any pretense. Rather, you automatically behave entirely like yourself, and it feels like you’re showing each other your true selves.

Being genuine in this way opens you both to the most profound forms of intimacy and it’s often at your very first meeting that you realize this amazing potential is there.

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Here are 22 subtle signs that your coworkers hate you.

Especially when…

“Your gut tells you that they don’t like you.”

By Áine Cain


Disliked in the office?
Haters gonna hate, right?

In our personal lives, it’s easier to dismiss people who don’t like us. But at work, being widely disliked can pose a larger problem.

Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of “Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job,” says:

“Most coworkers won’t overtly show their disdain for you so as not to cause trouble or jeopardize their own careers. They may make life difficult for you, but they’ll probably try to stay under the radar. Still, there are subtle red flags that they’re not out for your best interests.”

You’ll want to know those signs, says Taylor, so you can spot them when they’re present and turn things around before it’s too late.

“Of course, it’s impossible to be liked by everyone in the office,” she says.

But you should always strive to be sensitive to the needs of your fellow coworkers, remain upbeat and friendly, communicate openly, and give colleagues the benefit of the doubt.

“Those who do this have a far brighter career future,” she says. “Plus, when [we] have strong, healthy workplace relationships, you will be more effective and accomplished in your job.”

Michael Kerr, an international business speaker and author of “The Humor Advantage,” agrees.

“When your coworkers like you, everything becomes easier,” he says. “People have your back when you need it the most, you can ask for and get favors more easily, people will volunteer to help in times of need, and you can get far better cooperation even across departments.”

Being well-liked will boost your morale, which in turn will make you more productive, focused, creative, and successful in everything you do, he says.

There are subtle signs that your coworkers secretly hate you. Keep in mind that you may just be misreading their body language or tone – the workplace is certainly not immune to human misunderstanding and no one’s a mind reader.

But if you notice that you’re the only victim of these behaviors, then it probably means that they don’t like you.

1. Your gut tells you that they don’t like you.

2. They steal credit for your ideas.

3. They can’t maintain eye contact with you.

4. They stare right at you.

5. They don’t smile when you’re around.

6. They’re short with you.

7. They never include you in their office bantering or humor.

8. They avoid you

9. They feed the rumor mill.

10. They assume unauthorized power.

11. They don’t acknowledge your presence.

12. They never invite you to social events.

13. They give off negative body language.

14. They get defensive around you.

15. They communicate with you primarily by email, even though you sit close by.

16. They constantly disagree with you.

17. They create cliques that are reminiscent of high school.

18. They never ask about your personal life.

19. They never make you or your work a priority.

20. They throw you under the bus
a mistake?

21. They try to encourage you to leave the company.

22. There’s a fundamental lack of trust.

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Menu In The Sky – New Zealand (South Pacific)

How comfortable would you be, having an exquisite, delicious meal midair New Zealand?

“Dinner in the Sky is a hosted dining table, suspended at a height of 50 metres by a team of professionals”.

New Zealand’s cuisine is largely driven by local ingredients and seasonal variations. An island nation with a primarily agricultural economy, New Zealand yields produce from land and sea. Similar to the cuisine of Australia, the cuisine of New Zealand is a diverse British-based cuisine, with Mediterranean and Pacific Rim influences as the country becomes more cosmopolitan.

Historical influences came from Māori cultureNew American cuisineSoutheast AsianEast Asian, and South Asian culinary traditions have become popular since the 1970s.

In New Zealand households, dinner is the main meal of the day, when families gather and share their evening together. Restaurants and takeaways provide an increasing proportion of the diet.

Māori cuisineEdit

hāngi dinner as served to tourists.

When the indigenous Māori arrived in New Zealand from tropical Polynesia they had a number of food plants, including kūmara (sweet potato), taro and . The plants grew well only in the north of the North Island. Native New Zealand plants such as fernroot became a more important part of the diet, along with insects such as the huhu grub. Problems with horticulture were made up for by an abundance of bird and marine life. The large flightless moa were soon hunted to extinction.[citation needed] Rāhui (resource restrictions) included forbidding the hunting of certain species in particular places or at certain times of year, so that the numbers could regenerate.

Preparation of a modern hāngi for tourists at Mitai Maori Village, Rotorua.

Like other Polynesian people, Māori cooked food in earth ovens, known in New Zealand as hāngi, although the word umu is also used[citation needed] as in other Pacific languages. Stones are heated by fire and food packed in leaves are placed on top. The packs are further covered with foliage and cloth, or, wet sacks, then earth. Other cooking methods included roasting and, in geothermal areas, boiling or steaming using natural hot springs and pools. Occasionally food would be boiled in non-geothermal areas by putting hot stones into a bowl with water and the food; and some food was also cooked over the open fire. Some foods were preserved using smoke, air-drying, or layers of fat—particularly muttonbirds. Māori were one of the few people to have no form of alcoholic beverage.

“Dinner at Sky Tower, Auckland” 




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