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As I allow the disappointment to get as big and painful as it needs too, something happens that has happened many times in my life during difficult experiences. Since that time, I have written of the learning that came from my choice and consequently his choices. My deepest longing is to love and be loved and yet fear can hold me back by expecting perfection.
It has been some seventy-two hours since I began this essay and then stopped writing because I realized I was living in a huge story and could not write authentically from that place.
Mark Nepo in his book, The Awakening, asked the questions: How am I different from others and how am I the same.
Each of us experiences death of our physical body, each of us grows physically from birth to death, each of us is capable of thought, each of us experiences the pain of physical life and the joys. As I began to ride the bike, it seemed a bit big for my frame and often my back hurt after riding a long distance, so I chose to buy a new girl’s bike. A limiting belief—just as it sounds—is having a thought about the past, present, or future that keeps you from seeing what is true in the moment you are living right now.
One particular Saturday, a call came that a baby rabbit had been very still in the garden for a long time and appeared injured. Unbelievably, the man and woman that had bought the house from us still lived there, and it felt wonderful that they had continued to add their love of the house to ours. As I sit typing this, I realize that my day is my own creation and whether or not I act from a place of fear is all up to me. From some people the question triggers a feeling of annoyance within me, and I sometimes give them an answer like, “nothing special just the usual things or there’s always plenty to do.” It is more avoidance of responding from annoyance than an answer.
In gratitude, I left the elevator carrying the gift of pure light that had come to me from the sun through a young man that reflected it. Living without attachment and an open heart creates vulnerability, and it is sometimes difficult to do from the shadows of past experiences.
We found the second-story, enclosed passageway, that leads from the three airport terminals to the Airport Hilton.We walked its length, passing the rail terminal, where we found an ATM and got some needed Euros. We were becoming foot weary from the line of march, but headed southeast from the Piazza Navona, in search of the fabled Pantheon. From the Pantheon, we followed our map to the Via Corso and headed back towards that huge monument dominating the skyline, the Vittorio Emmanuel II, in the Piazza Venezia.
The ten o’clock bus into Rome looked like the Kowloon ferry at rush hour, so we opted to walk over to the train station to catch the express run into stazione terminal.
We retrieved our luggage from the bus and stood in line for a brief 20 minutes of check-in procedures. Marco walked us from the bus parking area to the Chiesa San Domingo where we met our local guide “Rita.” She launched into what was to be a colorful and informed narrative of the Siena’s history and development. From quaint and medieval EZE, we descended to the Middle Corniche Road for the picturesque ride into nearby Nice. From the Palais, Patrick threaded the huge tour bus through the narrow streets, fighting the Easter-morning, Mass traffic.
Pat and John were accompanied by friend Joanne, a retired teacher, Al and his mother Cora, also from celebration Florida and the Two Australians, Mike and Carmen Harchand. Revelry aside, the injury was throbbing insistently, so we returned to our cabin, with my hand elevated in the “French salute but with the wrong finger.” The seas were running rough this evening, with ten foot swells and 25 knot winds.
The first wonder that we passed is Antonio Gaudi’s “Batlo House.” Built in 1906, it is several stories high and has a delightful facade of painted ceramic tiles. Bleeck’s saloon was a few paces from the Herald Tribune’s back door, a stone’s throw from Seventh Avenue.
Nevertheless Walker and Beebe become important resources about New York social life for Woody, their perspectives stretching from the 1920s into the ’40s. It will take all of $5.00 to pay for a dinner for two at Christ Cella’s little hideaway restaurant in the basement of a brownstone front at 144 East Forty-fifth Street, just a block from Grand Central Palace. Cella, sleek, brown-eyed and chunky, is a born innkeeper, though he gives mural painting as his profession. In Chapter 4, stretching from spring to autumn, 1934, a chance meeting with Lucius Beebe at Bleeck’s propels Woody into a more cosmopolitan circle at the Plaza Hotel’s Men’s Bar.
Chapter 6 stretches from the spring of 1935 to New Year’s Eve in 1936, more than a year and a half of political turbulence in America, and in Woody’s life as well.
In the early 1930s the New School’s snazzy new Greenwich Village building, with an informal left-wing faculty and ties to outfits like the John Reed Clubs, was just the place for a Wall Street lawyer to validate his anti-Wall Street feelings, as long as he could duck. And Diana snatched the paper from me, dropped it on top of the others, and pushed the entire stack off onto the floor. The British Empire may no longer be able to regard itself, as it reasonably could until 1914, as the leading power of the world; since we let opportunity slip through our fingers in the early twenties, it may be doubted if the world has had any leading power, which may be one of the things that is the matter with it.
Americans are not particularly proud of their country’s isolation from world politics, but do not see what else can be done about it at the moment.
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It is a dark starless night, the rain slashes against the window, the winds howl with 50 miles an hour gusts.
Without being sure of outcomes or things unseen, this is my opportunity to act without attachment and with the joy of what I will learn from the experiences my actions create. It was a time of change from working long hours to going inward to discover what was left to uncover within me. The need for expansion comes from an internal voice that says explore, experiment, and do not become complacent. When the time and move is right, something within my spirit will say, “Get crackin.” The patience to wait for that insight has come as a part of the growth I’ve found in this small blue house on top of a hill surrounded by mountains. If we examined each Life, it would not be what happens to us that would be different for pain and joy comes to everyone; it would be how we respond to what happens to us that has created our unique experience of our individual Life. The caller stated that hawks were circling and it wouldn’t be long before the rabbit could not be saved. It is challenging to accurately describe a sacred moment and the power it contains, so I’ll start slowly from the beginning. Freely I stooped to pick them up; they are reminders of my choice to fully live from the most loving place I can find within me in each moment.
It seems that they had left an entire baggage cart, from our flight, at Heathrow during one of the “beat the clock “ scenarios.
Peter’s held a long line of pilgrims, school children on holiday and other penitents from the four corners of the globe. I signed up for an hour with the hotels internet station ( 20 euros) and sent a number of messages to friends and relatives across the ether of cyberspace.
Then, we settled in with paninis, chips,acqua minerale con gassata and a good bottle of Chianti, while we read our books and got ready to join The Norwegian Dream for an itinerary we had long anticipated. Ensconced within are all of the original statuary and murals from the exterior of the church.As the marble became worn, throughout the centuries, artisans had replicated the original statuary and remounted them on the facade. We elected to choose again the Trattoria for dinner, where we were seated with Ray and Sarah from Atlanta.
We followed a nicely trimmed walkway to the “Roche” (rock) area, so named because it had literally been carved from the cliffside rock. We set off from the port area, stopping first at the “Old Cathedral” in the “vieux port “ area of the harbor.
A score or so of fishermen were minding stalls that sold fresh fish, everything from whole squid and lobsters, to eels. What I knew about them came from Walter Winchell in the Mirror and movies like Little Caesar.
It finally comes to an end a year after it started, with Madden retiring from the rackets in New York and departing for a new life elsewhere. Lexington Avenue could still be followed south to 45th Street; and on 45th Street Chris Cellini should still be entertaining his friends unless a tidal wave had removed him catastrophically from the trade he loved . Everybody knew his face from magazines and high piping voice from the radio — and some people hated both.
The still young phenomenon of radio carries not only FDR’s reassuring Fireside Chats into American homes, but also the demagoguery of former Louisiana Governor, now Senator, Huey “Kingfish” Long, and the maverick priest Father Charles Coughlin. But into those sessions now is injected an isolationist note even Anglophiles like Elmer and Woody can’t ignore, from Chris Morley’s brother Felix, “the Second Garrideb,” editor of the Washington Post sharply critical of FDR and his policies. Hunching forward is almost guaranteed to cause neck and back pain and reduce your focus, concentration and the amount of time you can read. 50 mile an hour gusts of wind in Virginia would encourage me to hunker down for protection. As a poll worker, the day was long, warm inside, cold outside, enjoyable, inspiring, and at times emotional.
As we began to practice creating scenes, it was immediately clear that it was easier for me to say “yes, but” and it was equally clear that doing so blocked the scene from expanding.
The deep longing for companionship thwarted by my fear of losing independence is simple but complex within my thoughts about what to allow and what not to allow into my world.
I’ve been living at least for the past few day in a story of my own making about what others want me to do, how they want me to live, or what they need from me. It is orange and it’s light is a lacy hue; two triangles extending from it’s center one reaches toward me and the other away from me. I cannot change it, but I can surrender to “what is” in each moment in order to respond from the healthiest part of me rather than to fearfully react. Perhaps you look in the mirror and think that you are getting older and no longer beautiful; yes you are getting older, but aging has it’s own beauty. Going back there did not necessarily appeal to me either since my relationship to my former husband and her Dad had become faded memories of love and pain. I begin to remember the times in my life when I have felt emotional pain and have chosen to override it with thinking. We walked about the piazza enjoying the semi-circle of the grand columns with their statues of popes and saints standing atop them. The frescoes on the walls, the gilded and painted windows and the wealth of two thousand years held us in awe. We were seated at a small table for two and ordered a bottle of Meridian Merlot from a Ukranian wine steward named ‘Igor.” We exchanged several comments in Russian and enjoyed the conversation with him. The lights, of the whole amphitheater of Genoa, were twinkling in the dark as we eased from the harbor and set off Westward along the Ligurian Coast. We walked along the Boulevard San Martin, passing two pricey homes that housed the royal daughters, and stopped to visit the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
We parked at another huge garage and took the elevators and escalators up to a small plaza that houses the Monaco Opera house.


Originally planned as a 60 residence housing project for the wealthy, only two homes were ever built.
We squeezed into a table with two charming Southern Belles from Kentucky, Sandy and JoQuetta. She looked at me with indignation, rubbing the top of one gold-sandaled foot against the back of her other ankle. But a September 9, 1938, letter from Elmer Davis to Vincent Starrett gives a different impression: an older friend of Morley’s than Leavitt, Davis took up merrily with Woollcott that night. This gives you four height settings (no spacers, the short spacer, the long spacer or both spacers). With an extended keyboard, your laptop can be on a table and at some distance from the extended keyboard. Turning your head repeatedly is a sure way to hurt yourself and loose concentration and accuracy, especially when editing, transcribing or entering data or taking notes from reading.
The beauty had nothing to do with the physical features displayed in the photos; it was the radiance that traveled from my heart through my eyes and took in the world around them. As she led us in meditation, I felt the deep pain of powerlessness again, and again I invited it to get as big as it could. It is all a “Story” from the part of me that loves stories and the justification they give for me to be less than open and less than loving.
As we parted, I heard myself say to him, looks like you’re on it and I’m just standing beside it. We are many flames from the same candle, and yet, just one light; apart we are a flicker but together we make a luminous Life. The memory fills my heart and I see a vision of him in a jaunty Easter hat and sports jacket toddling up the small hill in front of my house; two steps forward and one step back and finally falling and rolling to the bottom only to rise again and begin again with laughter and determination. In time he began to drink alcohol to lessen the pain of the world not always being as he wanted.
I hear from her there are five petals close together in almost a circle; and where the petals attach in the middle of the cherry blossom, it is a deeper shade of pink that grows almost to white at the petals’ edges. Each of us makes choices that create our life day-to-day, hour-to-hour, moment-to-moment, and those choices add up to a Life unlike any other.
If I stood in a long line of people, those who know me would recognize me even though we all have two eyes, two arms, two legs, one nose, and one mouth.
But there we were in front of a house that I had come to as a bride, altered it with the support of my dad and husband to accommodate our family—a house in which I had brought my children, and where I laughed and cried and planned the perfect future. My friend had started them from her plants, and her husband had traveled along with her to deliver them to me and to share a few moments of time. I looked at her husband and there I saw a deep pain quickly replaced with an expression of deep love for this woman with which he has shared many years.
Only then can I make a responsible choice to support the life I want with the consequences that come from making choices within the presence of acceptance.
She said that when some part of the body is not used, the brain notices and will see the lack of movement as “normal.” She said the unused area becomes more and more unbalanced and eventually creates pain in the body. I’ve told myself that life is difficult sometimes and have moved on without giving the pain its due course and attention. The light from the sun had entered his eyes and body completely and radiated outward toward anyone who chose to look. Many days and nights before had been extremely cold so the stream had frozen ice sculptures everywhere with running water painting different shades of gray under its surface as the moving water touched the ice in various ways. The line was long and passengers were annoyed,some engaging in delightful histrionics, replete with loud voices and wild gestures. We were headed to the most famous meeting spot in all of Rome, The “Spanish Steps.” They are a series of broad stone stairways that lead from the Piazza Espanga to the five-star Hotel Hassler, once the site of the Villa Medici, with its distinctive twin towers. It was busy with flight crews coming and going and scores of other travelers from everywhere.The airport location is ideal for weary passengers arriving from all points of the globe. We sat down with a couple from Toronto and had a pleasant conversation.He is a retired fire fighter and she works in food service.
Long lines waited to get into the Vatican museum and its moist desired visual prize, the Sistina Chapella (Sistine Chapel). A long marble hallway, opened every few yards into a grotto with a marble sarcoughogus that housed the remains of another Pope. The stone work had been mended throughout the years, but reflected differing styles of stones and means of repair from the many eras of its menders.
The ornate facade of the Palace of Justice, just up ahead, looks like something from 19th century Paris, in its dirty-gray limestone majesty.
Part of the ancient wall of Rome, with its standing city gate, frames the North side of the piazza.
The powerful tug “Eduardo Roace” helped nudge the dream in a 180 degree pivot, so she was bow first and able to steam more ably from the congested harbor area. We enjoyed the McGoldrick’s company and were half lit from the Chianti when we emerged into the central piazza some 90 minutes later. A land road now reaches Porto Fino, but in the early part of the century, it had only been accessible by boat, increasing its attraction for those looking to “get away” from it all. We much enjoyed the Martin’s company and talked long enough for us to be the last ones in the Trattoria. Tables are covered with clean white cotton cloths and the waiters wear long white linen aprons that flap about their ankles.
It drove me across town to East 39th, the wet streets dark and nearly deserted at that hour. So Woody dwells uncomfortably in a higher social and economic stratum of an increasingly disturbing world, as he takes stock of it when they return from their honeymoon. The back of your chair can now properly support your neck and shoulders as you read for hours.
You can always add a little foot platform, if you need to have your seat higher than otherwise permissible. Many times the circumstances of life and my thoughts about them hid my beauty from me, and I could not believe others even when they shared their love and compassion for me.
When I could bare it no longer, it vanished and was replaced with a deep stillness of peace.
It protects me and not in a way that is creative; it prevents me from living each moment as it is with an intention to hear the quiet voice that wisely guides my Life. Then from deep inside me came that still small voice, that is not the Phyllis I know; I recognized the voice as me and not me. As my hair grows and the gray is more visible, I’m reminded of what a long and remarkably healthy life I have and the freedom that brings. From the middle of the deep pink rise varying lengths of stamens with small orangey-pink, round fluffy dots at each of their tips. Only the man, the boy, my friend and I will really know the changes created within us from these experiences. Have I, therefore, sent a message to my intellect to override this pain and continue to function.
The Caribbean flights all fly out of Toronto in the early hours of the day and the European flights in the early evening hours.
The remaining spaces are crowded by large brick apartment complexes, stretching all along the train line that runs from the airport to Rome. The painted frescoes and saints statues had replaced the many ancient and pagan deities that had once adorned the niches in the walls.
We had already viewed this wonder on a previous visit and were not ungrateful that we didn’t have to stand in the two-hour long line. A 60 foot high cliff, with grecian columned buildings, marks the eastern edge of the Villa Borghese and frame much of the remainder of the piazza. The winds were freshening and the waves were splashing high above the seawall, as we glided from port, waving by to Roma until we could return once again. It is from these small range of mountains that the world-famous Cararra marble is quarried. Many were small walled villages from the middle ages, replete with castle walls, church and bell tower. Nearby Florence and the beautiful walled village of San Gimiano also sit on this road and prospered from the pilgrims and commercial traffic that flowed along its length. One large center and two smaller flanking triangles, of painted Murano glass, project colorful scenes of the Virgin Mary.
The city is shaped like an alluvial amphitheater and carved from the surrounding mountains, like Naples far to the South. It would be a long day for us, so we headed to the cabin to read and retire from another hard day of touristing. The whole” country” is carved from the cliff’s side, with terraced sections up and down the mountain. It reads “Gratia Patricia” and houses the remains of Philadelphia-born film star, Grace Kelly. I smiled momentarily, remembering an episode from the Television series, “The Sopranos.” The main character had unknowingly parroted a remark he hard from his shrink, referring to “Captain Tebes” as an elegant place to visit. Across the roadway , from the hotel and along the seaside, run a similar lengthy of beaches.
A former Roman outpost, from the first century, Barcelona is now the heart of the Catalonia region of Spain. I could write several chapters on this elegant sandstone epiphany, but suffice it to say that it is a conceptual marriage of architect Antonio Gaudi, and painter Salvatore Dali. I managed, in my best high school German, to tell the Germans that a set of my mother’s grand parents had come from Munich and that Buffalo has a sister-city relationship with Dortmund, a mid sized city near Dusseldorf. It was nearly empty at eleven in the morning, but even busy I couldn’t have missed Walker halfway down the bar, next to an arresting sight: another man dressed, at that hour of the day, in white tie and tails. When I finally got a word in edgewise and asked what the hell, Basil shrugged off “two perfectly useless degrees” in classics from Yale and Oxford. As I said “yes, and” to what she had to say, the profound lesson came that what she was saying would be an amazing way to not only do improv, it would change a life from a negative focus to a positive one. He was free and it was spring one year and four months after his first healthy choice in a very long time.
Perhaps your belief is that your children should behave differently, but then you see them blossom into their own lives that are very different from what you imagined. With closer observation of the direction of the winds and of the angles of the sun, it becomes clear that the one that seems to be leaning-in has twisted, has transformed, and has become deeply rooted thereby protecting the other from the elements.
I will trust the Universal force to support me in my learning and relax into the pain, feel it deeply in the moment; I will no longer resist the discomfort, but welcome it in with whatever message it brings.
If I find one, I will look to see what I can learn from that situation in the present moment. It was here that we encountered the curious version of what we were to call “beat the clock.” Terminal # 1 is the jump site for many of the shorter European flights from London. We recognized the bleary look in some of their eyes and knew that they had just flown in from far away. Throngs of tourists, from all over the globe, swirled around us in a multi-cultural sea that was dizzying to the ear.
After our swim, we read our books and soon fell into the arms of Morpheus, where we slept like dead alligators in a swamp, for a blissful eight hours.


Inside, we followed the circular walkway that rose gradually up the 90 some feet into the air, to the castles battlements high above us.The ramp was designed to carry popes and caesars in coaches ,high above us, where they could be walled in from besieging marauders. We found a spot where we could hang from over head straps and enjoyed the ride back to the Airport.
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After dinner, the stewards would take whatever portion of the bottle of wine that you consumed and save it for you in a central repository where you could call for it from any of the several restaurants on board.
This treasured fruit would yield 19 kilograms of oil from every 100 kilograms of olives pressed. A series of large ravines, carved by glacial or ancient river action, were speckled with housing complexes and spanned by lengthy bridges, now loaded with morning traffic. The police were cordoning off a route from the Palace to the Church, for the royal family, and clearing traffic from the streets. Several flagons, of a decent , house, red wine, accompanied salad, pasta, cheesecake and cappuccino. It had been a long and enjoyable day, in a fairy-tale setting, that evaporated from our consciousness with the setting sun.
The sight lines, from the elevated promontory, were gorgeous, but our attention was a bit distracted. The doctor was away from the ship, so she further cleaned and disinfected the wound and wrapped it in sterile gauge.
He and drummer Gene Krupa were from his band, but the others were colored musicians, cool Teddy Wilson on piano and excited Lionel Hampton on vibes, the first mixed group we’d seen. Now slip the base-tube from each mahogany foot over each lectern side arm, one side at a time. Now absorbed in the beauty of the ocean, focused on the view in the camera, and not feeling my feet, my body tumbles down on the lower deck, my camera flies off into the grass about one foot from the lily pond. As more new-generation voters came to exercise their right to choose along with others that had been voting for a long time, it reminded me of how precious this right is to Americans. As he voted, we prepared to go outside to collect “Zach’s” vote from the truck, being careful to follow procedures that would allow his ballet to be cast privately.
What I have never written about is how difficult and how painful it was to be the Mother of a dying son, and what Life was like for me when I could no longer touch his physical presence. No longer do I pretend that losing a son’s physical presence is easy, no longer do I need to be that strongest person in the room, no longer do I hide that losing him changed my own life in ways I could not have imagined.
The need for change calls to be embraced with wonder and welcoming; it is part of the personality that has formed my human experience for as long as I can remember. Because of their ages, that would be a very long time into the future, but it was the logic I used to hold on to this small symbol of my son’s longing for health and my own. It has been years since I fearfully resisted emotional pain and stiffened and numbed against it. For so long, I have worked to be conscious, to be authentic, to be present, and in that moment, the part of me that feels sorry for myself was active yet again. Then, we were standing in from of a glassed-in sepulcher that reputedly holds the remains of the founder of the catholic church, the rock upon which Christ had built his earthly church, Peter, the fisherman.
A tunnel even supposedly exited underground.It ran from the vatican, some blocks over, to the fortress where popes could retreat in times of attack. We walked about, enjoying the many artists who were painting alfresco portraits of the tourists, much like the Place du Tetre, behind Sacre Cour, in Paris. We laughed a lot, enjoyed the food and each other’’s company and made a nice day from a soggy one.
I loosened my tie, poured myself a stiff drink, and sat down beside a window — sat there a long time, the untasted drink in my hand, listening to it rain. The silence of deep meditation, the practice to live in this moment, and the awareness that we are a part of something bigger than our physical being have supported me to accept and heal from the things I can not change. Each day the intention to live in fear of losing a physical existence that is inevitable carries us away from the love that is the essence of the Life we all share. By convention, equiluxes are the days where sunrise and sunset are closest to being exactly 12 hours apart. His physical pain during the discussion expressed itself in a visible expressed pain in his chest as he talked about the need to live a more solitary Life to insure his freedom to be himself. What mattered was the memory of love and support that flowed through the energy of the house into me and then to my daughter’s family.
The street was awash with people going to work and throngs more, even at this early hour, headed to the Vatican. Along the many coastal areas, we noticed the old fishermen’s homes, that are painted in various bright Mediterranean pastels. It was getting late and cooling off, so we walked back to the dock and stood patiently in the long line for the tender ride back to the ship. Across the small plaza, from the Cathedral, sits a more modern building with a huge painting by Picasso, on its facade. It is these chance encounters, with people from everywhere, that really make a cruise enjoyable. Perhaps your belief is that there is only one Path to God and that prevents you from appreciating all those who believe in a different God than yours.
It is one of the pitfalls of travel.The airlines are usually pretty good about getting your lost bags to you in the next 24 hours. Now, throngs of people from everywhere come by daily and sit on the stairs, admiring the view and enjoying the throngs that come to sit by them.
Sadly, I informed them that it existed now but in their memories from that classic chariot race scene in “Ben Hur.” What was left was now a large rectangular park area, overlooked by the ancient palaces on the Capitoline Hill.
It is traversed, from East to West, by three roughly parallel roads called appropriately, the “Lower corniche” (closer to the sea) the middle corniche ( which we now traversed) and the “upper corniche”, higher above us.
The annoyance I felt in my body as I viewed his pain turned into compassion and acceptance for us both.
The back legs and rear of the frog were already in the snake’s mouth and the frog’s body was badly bloated as its eyes bulged, its front legs kicked, and it sought freedom from the snake.
This need to understand everything that happens has been a recurring theme for as long as I can remember. We walked out into the Piazza San Pietro and immediately noted the colorful costumes of the Swiss Guard, with their razor sharp pikes, standing before the entrance to Vatican city. I had the presence of mind to think of the huge swelling of tissue to come, and managed to slip the large college ring, from my finger. I could do this and I began a long path of self-healing without the courage to ask for support directly. I relived a day when my small son gave my baby daughter a drink from a cup as she rested in her crib; she almost drowned.
Throngs of other tourists from everywhere stood around us, as we too pitched coins backwards over our shoulders in hope of returning to Rome yet again.We had done this twice before and returned each time, so maybe the magic works.
These hardy warriors are all trained infantrymen from the Swiss Army, who stand ready to rock and roll, with whatever comes their way, to protect the pope and Vatican City.
They no longer asked for tips in the loo, they had sliding doors that only opened to admit one, if you inserted .60 euros in a slot . From this port, you can access Florence, Pisa and a bit further out, the medieval, walled city of Siena. It was an elegantly manicured parkland from which to stare out over the sapphire blue Mediterranean. We watched and enjoyed the tourists, from many countries, snapping pictures of the fountain and each other.
In past ages, their duty had not been ceremonial in the many times that both Rome and the Vatican had been under siege, from some particularly surly invader bent on plunder and mayhem. The ship had several of the motorized tenders shuttling passengers back and forth from the shore.
The doctor offered me pain pills, but i advised that I would probably be drinking several glasses of wine for dinner.
Internal religious strife had generated the expulsion of the Moors and the jews from Spain that year.
We had an opportunity to stay and visit the Las Ramblas esplanade, but were tiring from today's and the many previous tours we had taken.
Perhaps you have made what seems like a mistake and your belief is that you cannot be forgiven and that thought keeps you separate from someone you love. The buildings all around the piazza are replete with papal insignia and looked impossibly old to us, pilgrims from a land where three hundred years is a long time. On this glorious October day, I felt that I had done everything I could and my body sagged from the weight of wanting him to be different. It is hard to express all that I saw through the visual memory there in our first small house.
Far below in the village, a small shed houses two donkeys who used to ferry people and luggage to this pricey Inn, in the mountains above Monaco.
For me, Zach’s light infused the darkness around the truck and as I looked from my fellow poll worker’s eyes to Zach’s son-in-law’s eyes, they seemed to glow with something unexplainable.
I could no longer watch so we turned away and continued our walk through this civilized and yet still wildly natural, tourist attraction. Henning Witte, and Melanie Vritschan, three experts from the European Coalition Against Covert Harassment, revealed recent technological advances in human robotization and nano implant technologies, and an acceleration of what Melanie Vritschan characterized as a “global enslavement program”.Shift from electromagnetic to scalar wavesThese technologies have now shifted from electromagnetic wave to scalar waves and use super quantum computers in the quantum cloud to control “pipes” a reference to the brains of humans that have been taken over via DNA, via implants that can be breathed can breach the blood-brain barrier and then controlled via scalar waved on a super-grid. If an astronaut is suffering from muscle weakness due to a long stint in microgravity, the astronaut could send signals to software that would assist with landings on Mars or the Earth, for example," Jorgensen explained.
These are processed to remove noise, and then we process them to see useful parts of the signals to show one word from another," Jorgensen said.After the signals are amplified, computer software 'reads' the signals to recognize each word and sound. However, due to advanced technological developments in the sedatives administered, the 48 hour adjustment period can be attributed t prescription medication given to the test subjects after the implant procedure. Our technicians have promised that they can do three 2020 neural chip implants in less than an hour. Soledad officials hope to collect information from the trio to bring a 14 month investigation into drug trafficking by correctional officers to a close. If the chip were discovered in use not authorized by law and the procedure traced to us we could not endure for long the resulting publicity and liability payments. Massachusetts officials have developed an intelligence branch from their Fugitive Task Force Squad that would do limited test runs under tight controls with the pre-release subjects. Correctons officials have dubbed these poetnetial test subjects "the insurance group." (the name derives from the concept that the 2020 implant insures compliance with the law and allows officials to detect misconduct or violations without question) A retired police detective from Charlestown, Massachusetts, now with the intelligence unit has asked us to consider using the 2020 neural chip on hard core felons suspected of bank and armored car robbery. He stated, "Charlestown would never be the same, we'd finally know what was happening before they knew what was happening." We will continue to explore community uses of the 2020 chip, but our company rep will be attached to all law enforcement operations with an extraction crrew that can be on-site in 2 hours from anywhere at anytime. Steve Buyer of Indiana, the ranking Republican on the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, called it "inconceivable" that the Obama administration would categorize veterans as a potential threat.



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