music of the season

Music is a significant part of celebrating Christmas season. Hearing Christmas songs being played over radio stations announces the arrival of the inevitable season. Carolers do their traditional visits to infuse Christmas spirit to every home they stop by. They sing and play holiday tunes merrily. Musical instruments usually accompany the singing. String, percussion or brass instruments, like these great yamaha tenor trombones at guitar center, commonly complete the ensemble .You might even consider doing your own caroling.

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18. December 2013 by admin
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amethyst

I finally found a gemstone ring much to my liking. My gemstone is amethyst. I have been searching high and low for a design that would suit me and my personality. Yes, me and my personality are two different beings and they clash once in awhile. But we were right on with this particular ring and we both love it. We’ll share the photo once we have it on our hands.

Bye for now,

Me & My Personality =)

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28. November 2013 by admin
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room ambience

Dramatic lighting is definitely an integral part of creating an ideal room ambience and so is music.  And it’s cheaper, too.  While a high standard lighting fixtures cost an arm and a leg, it doesn’t cost as much to create a proper ambience or mood with music.  You don’t even need to buy your own great prs custom 24 electric guitar at guitar center. All you need is an arsenal of the classics, some contemporary ones, a  bottle of wine and fun conversations with friends and you’re transported back to a time where things were simpler and more enjoyable.

So how important is room ambience to you?  Share your tips.

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25. August 2013 by admin
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august

Time really flies so fast. Would you believe we’re now towards the second part of the year. August. My least favorite month. Why? I don’t know. I just associate August with rains, typhoons and floods. In my opinion, August is the gloomiest month. Well, that’s about to change, I think, especially now that we have this business wherein weekends are working days, too. Busy August. That’s a first. And in a good way. I just need to establish a system so I can free up my weekends. Weekends should be all about the family. Anyway, I think I need business cards. The business has come to a point where a business card is a must. So what’s next? An office? Possibly.

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02. August 2013 by admin
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de-stress

I need to de-stress soon.  And I mean SOON.  Yesterday was the busiest I’ve ever been.  I was so tired  and all I wanted was to lie down yet I can’t because I had to process all the orders that day and have them delivered, too.  It was crazy busy.  I had a fever that last night and I think it was because I didn’t get to eat and drink enough water the whole of yesterday.  I need to establish a more efficient system.  This can’t go on every week.  Otherwise, I would really need an antifatigue mat to get me through another week of this. How is your week treating you so far?

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30. July 2013 by admin
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just tired

Whatever happened to lazy days?  I haven’t had one since we’ve started this business.  It’s all about keeping the customers happy and satisfied even if we feel so tired, down and out.  But that’s just the way it goes.  I need to make money because it doesn’t grow on trees.  I hope some scientist would create or accidentally find a substance that would grown money on trees.  Then we would all be rich.  Everything I buy is retail.  No more searching high and low for bargains, sales and discounts.  But there should still be wholesale printing. Where would we be without wholesale printing, right? Wishful thinking…

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27. July 2013 by admin
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