Thursday, January 6, 2011

Delta Dawn!

Just felt like putting it up!  I needed the boost!

10 Rules That You Won’t Learn in School About Marriage

Rule 1: Marriage isn’t about your happiness.  It’s not about you getting all your needs met through another person.  Practicing self-denial and self-sacrifice, patience, understanding, and forgiveness are the fundamentals of a great marriage.  If you want to be the center of the universe, then there’s a much better chance of that happening if you stay single.

Rule 2: Getting married gives a man a chance to step up and finish growing up.  The best preparation for marriage for a single man is to man up now and keep on becoming the man God created him to be.

Rule 3: It’s okay to have one rookie season, but it’s not okay to repeat your rookie season.  You will make rookie mistakes in your first year of marriage; the key is that you don’t continue making those same mistakes in year five, year 10, or year 20 of your marriage. 

Rule 4: It takes a real man to be satisfied with and love one woman for a lifetime.  And it takes a real woman to be content with and respect one man for a lifetime.

Rule 5: Love is NOT a feeling, it's NOT an emotion.  Love is commitment, a choice.  It’s time to replace the “D word”—divorce—with the “C word”—commitment.  Divorce may feel like a happy solution, but it results in long-term toxic baggage.  You can’t begin a marriage without commitment.  You can’t sustain one without it either.  A marriage that goes the distance is really hard work.  If you want something that is easy and has immediate gratification, then go shopping or play a video game.

Rule 6: Online relationships with old high school or college flames, emotional affairs, sexual affairs, and cohabiting are shallow and illegitimate substitutes for the real thing.  Emotional and sexual fidelity in marriage is the real thing.

Rule 7: Women spell romance R-E-L-A-T-I-O-N-S-H-I-P.  Men spell romance S-E-X.  If you want to speak romance to your spouse, become a student of your spouse and enroll in a lifelong “Romantic Language School,” and become fluent in your spouse’s language. 

Rule 8: During courtship, opposites attract.  After marriage, opposites can repel each another.  You married your spouse because he/she is different.  Differences are God’s gift to you to create new capacities in your life.  Different isn’t wrong, it’s just different.

Rule 9: As a home is built, it will reflect the builder.  Most couples fail to consult the Master Architect and His blueprints for building a home.  Instead a man and woman marry with two sets of blueprints (his and hers).  As they begin building, they discover that a home can’t be built from two very different sets of blueprints.

Rule 10: How you will be remembered has less to do with how much money you make or how much you accomplish and more with how you have loved and lived.

Pass on “The Rules” to a friend who will enjoy them!

11 rules of life that you won’t learn in school

Rule 1: Life is not fair—get used to it!

Rule 2: The world won't care about your self-esteem. The world will expect you to accomplish something before you feel good about yourself.

Rule 3: You will not make $60,000 per year right out of high school. You won't be a vice-president with a car phone until you earn both.

Rule 4: If you think your teacher is tough, wait until you get a boss.

Rule 5: Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your grandparents had a different word for burger flipping—they called it opportunity.

Rule 6: If you mess up, it’s not your parents’ fault.  So don't whine about your mistakes; learn from them.

Rule 7: Before you were born, your parents weren't as boring as they are now. They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes, and listening to you talk about how cool you thought you were. So before you save the rain forest from the parasites of your parents’ generation, try delousing the closet in your own room.

Rule 8: Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life has not. In some schools, they have abolished failing grades and they'll give you as many times as you want to get the right answer. This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to anything in real life.

Rule 9: Life is not divided into semesters. You don't get summers off and very few employers are interested in helping you “find yourself.” Do that on your own time.

Rule 10: Television is not real life. In real life, people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.

Rule 11: Be nice to nerds. Chances are you'll end up working for one.

The Female Perspective

Blowjobs - The Female Perspective
1. First and foremost, we are NOT obligated to do it.
2. Extension to rule #1 - So if you get one, be grateful. 
3. I don't care WHAT they did in the porn video you saw, it is not standard practice to cum on someone's face.
4. Extension to rule #3 - No, I DON'T have to swallow.
5. My ears are NOT handles. 
6. Extension to rule #5 - Do not push on the top of my head. Last I heard, deep throat had been done. And additionally, do you really WANT puke on your dick? 
7. I don't care HOW relaxed you get; it is NEVER OK to fart. 
8. Having my period does not mean that it's "hummer week" - get it through your head - I'm bloated and I feel like shit so no, I don't feel particularly obligated to blow you just because YOU can't have sex right now.
9. Extension to #8 - "Blue Balls" might have worked on high school girls - if you're that desperate, go jerk off and leave me alone with my Midol. 
10. If I have to pause to remove a pubic hair from my teeth, don't tell me I've just "wrecked it" for you. 
11. Leaving me in bed while you go play video games immediately afterwards is highly inadvisable if you would like my behavior to be repeated in the future.
12. If you like how we do it, it's probably best not to speculate about the origins of our talent. Just enjoy the moment and be happy that we're good at it. (See also rule #2 about gratitude.) 
13. No, it doesn't particularly taste good. And I don't care about the protein content. 
14. No, I will NOT do it while you watch TV. 
15. When you hear your friends complain about how they don't get blow jobs often enough, keep your mouth shut. It is inappropriate to either sympathize or brag. 
16. Just because "it's awake" when you get up does not mean I have to "kiss it good morning."

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Sometimes I wonder!

Is there someone out there for everyone?  The last month has been crazy with a lot emotions!  And trying to everything across to that certain person on how I feel it just seems like I'm always last on the list of what's important!  I wonder is it all worth it at times!  Sometimes it just doesn't seem like it!  But yet I continue to hold on and hold out the hope that things will work out when it seems like the world is just crashing down around me!  What's the point in trying anymore?  Maybe one of these days the answers will come!  I just hope that comes soon because I honestly don't know if I can keep going on like this!  Somethings gotta give soon!

My money saving grocery shopping system! It's LONG!

This subject came up in a group of mine on another website and thought I would post it here for everyone!

Step 1:  Find out what day your local grocery store ads come out and get them!  Also find out when your weekly coupons come out and get them.  You can also find coupons online!
Step 2:  Go through your cabinets, fridge, freezer everywhere you store your food and write down every single thing down.  Even toilet paper paper towels every single thing you would buy when buy groceries and such.
Step 3:  Draw you up a menu.  I take a sheet of notebook paper and draw a line down the middle length wise then draw 6 lines across it at equal distance!  So when done it should have 14 boxes.  Now in those 14 boxes you can divide those boxes in 2 or 3 sections which ever you like I do 3 (breakfast, lunch and dinner).  On the top left corner of each of the main 14 boxes put the day and date!  Then set this page aside for the moment but don't loose it this will be your "bible" so to speak for the next to weeks!
Step 4:  Now count the ads you have then add 2 to it.  Now take another piece of paper and draw you that many colums on it!  The first colum will be the item, at the top put the name of each ad then on the last one put coupon.  Now go through the ad's and write down the things you would normally buy or use in the product name colum, then go to the colum for that add and write brand/price.  Do this for all ads!
Step 5:  I recommend doing this on a extra piece of paper in case you change your mind.  List out all the meals you can make out of what you already have.  Do this until you have enough meals for all squares.  This is where double dutying meals comes in real good!  EX: Say you make a roast for dinner one night take the leftovers add bbq sauce and you have bbq sandwhichs for another meal.  Make sure you put the sides with the meals as well.
Step 6:  Plan when you want the meals by putting them in to your menu page. 
Step 7:  Go through your menu square by square and make out your grocery list.  Say you have fried chicken mashed potatos and corn one night, well you already have the chicken you just need the mashed potatos and corn, so the mashed potatos and corn go on the list!  To help you keep straight what square you've already done I put a tiny check mark by the meal.
Step 8:  Go through your coupons and see what you have coupons for on your list.  The less pickier you are about brands the more you will save.  Combine the sale ads with the coupons and you'll have more.  EX:  Suave deoderant normally is $1.19 but is on sale here for 0.99 well I have a 0.50 off coupon combine the 2 and you only pay 0.49 for the deoderant saving yourself 0.70 (may not seem like much but when you do this on multiple if not all of your items it adds up and quick)
Step 9:  (this is where my ocd habit with this comes in I have the layout of walmart memorized)  Go through organize your list by asile or section writing down what you need and beside it how much of it you need and if you have a coupon how much the coupon is and if its on sale and where and how much.
Step 10:  This is where discipline comes in!  DO NOT go shopping while hungry and DO NOT put anything in your basket that is not on your list!  Now go grocery shopping with coupons and list in hand!  Now if you notice the store brand happens to be cheaper than the ad/coupon combo then if you aren't picky and don't mind the store brand buy it! 
If you are buying potatoes buy the bigger bag it is usually cheaper all else fails do the quick math to make sure!
Carrotts are normally cheaper when buy the 5 pound bag compared to the 1 pound bag so if you are going to use a lot of carrotts buy the bigger bag not a bunch of little ones!
If you can find a produce stand buy your fruits and veggies there they are normally cheaper and fresher. 
All else fails buy frozen or canned veggies normally you can find coupons and they will end up being cheaper!

If you would like pics or diagrams let me know and I can put them up as well!  If your confused or have a question just ask!  I tried to make it clear but I may not have done the best of job at it! My mom did this the whole time I was growing up so I've lived in the system and now use it myself. So I know the ins and outs and sometimes its harder to write it all out compared to having you here in person to show you!  But once you figure it out it will become like and old tshirt that is comfy and wanna wear all the time you will be able to do this in your sleep!  But the system doesn't help if you don't put the time in to it!