April 12, 2011
The other day I was Face-timing with one of my "famous" girlfriends. Right after we said hello she showed me where she got her Botox shot; I showed her a scar on my shoulder. She let down her ponytail and fluffed out a ton of hair; I could only ask if it was all real. "It's sad you have to ask that," she responds. You see I am up on all those Hollywood tricks like hair extensions. Heck I could go buy the Jessica Simpson brand at Wal-Mart and have my own head of luxurious hair, well sort of. My friend and I have a much different conversation when on Face-time; it's better because I can really see how she's feeling instead of relying on all the heavy sighs on the other end of the phone. It really comes in handy when fashion advice is needed; it's easier to see the options then to tell them. Once she took me into her closet and showed me her wall of high heels and barrels of tennis shoes. She's the mother of two sons, so since she doesn't have any expectations of a daughter borrowing her stuff I volunteered my daughters, who have the same shoe size as me.
She buzz words
- Spider vein
She could be a
- Nursing, psychiatric, or home health aides,
- Retail salespersons
- First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers,
She could be working at
- United Parcel Services
"I buy reusable bags but always forget them in my car"
She's Spring Cleaning
Here's a list of retailers and the items she can drop off to be recycled properly.
- Best Buy: old CD's, DVD's and cell phones. Large items accepted such as computers and televisions. It costs $10 to recycle these large items but Best Buy gives a $10 gift card in return.
- Office Depot: recycle ink and toner cartridges and cell phones. Large items can be recycled by purchasing the right sized recycling box.
- Radio Shack: MP3 players, cameras, phones, camcorders and other small electronics, a sales associate determines value of the recycled item and a gift card is given in return,
- Staples: ink and toner cartridges and cell phones. Recycle boxes available for purchase for larger items.
The is a 50% reduction of pain for surgery patients after a visit from their pet.
The United States in the number one country in trash-producing with each person accounting for about 1,643 pounds per person. Most don't know how to recycle properly. here are some tips.
Do recycle paper with clips and spirals intact but not paper with any food stains like a pizza box.
Return plastic bags to stores for reuse or log onto www.plasticbagrecycling.org to find a loctaion.
Rinse out bottles,jars and cans. Remove bottle caps from bottles when recycling. Leave labels on. Foil, wire coat hangers and scrap metal should all be recycled.
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