There are more actual photos of "Dear John" letters following a thousand or so words of wisdom.
The Captain and Tennille said it best… “Love will keep us together”. They publicly declared their love for each other to millions of people in the ’70s who voluntarily (or otherwise) listened to their song. Where are The Captain and Tennille now? Not together. I guess they fell out of love.
See how that works? Falling out of love is the great deal-breaker. Anything that was ever said between you and your former lover — every single promise — is now null and void.
The air is so thick with love today that grass is showing through the snow in heart-shaped patches.
If you’ve come to my blog today, Valentine’s Day Eve, to look for Valentine’s Day gift ideas, you must desperate! Don’t worry, Uncle HoaiPhai won’t let you down. Here are a few things you can do for the woman in your life that will make this Valentine’s Day the most memorable she’s ever had and earn you major husband points! Continue reading
Promise... to be mine always.
Hope you enjoyed this week’s Challenge photo.
See you next week!
Ramyun: Simple, Quick, Inexpensive, Nutritious, and Delicious when done right. Please note: This is not what ramyun looks like... I snapped this photo while waiting for the water to boil.
Ramyun, which you may know by its Japanese name “ramen”, is a noodle soup from The Orient. Those of us who are not Asian by origin or ancestry probably think of ramyun as a cheap instant noodle soup, but in Korea and Japan it is an actual food with restaurants devoted to its preparation and everything! The dehydrated product we find on store shelves bears as much resemblance to “real” ramyun as a dry packaged chicken noodle soup does to homemade. The packaged variety is a favourite among Asian students because it costs next to nothing, can be made in just a few minutes, and keeps on the shelf almost forever.
Comfort: Being close to someone you love and who loves you. (HoaiPhai's on the left and Mrs. HoaiPhai's on the right)
Comfort means many things to many people. It can, of course, mean physical comfort of something more emotional.