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Being Vulnerable Does Not Mean You Are Weak
Posted:Jul 18, 2020 1:02 pm
Last Updated:Jul 19, 2020 8:24 am

A friend sent that image . They sensed I was feeling a little down because of recent disappointments and challenges. They encouraged me open and talk about what was bothering .

It also made think about what being vulnerable means.

Being vulnerable can be scary. But, it’s also a powerful and authentic way '' live. It takes strength and bravery. There’s always a possibility of being hurt, among other things.

Vulnerability is often seen as a weakness. Deciding '' put yourself 'out there' is the opposite of being weak.

Being vulnerable means yourself thoroughly, and being honest about how you feel. You don’t close yourself off any emotion, because vulnerability means whatever may come, and expressing that openly.

Being vulnerable involves uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure. Being vulnerable isn’t the choice we have make. The choice is how we respond when confronted with those elements of vulnerability.

I am sharing this as a reminder everyone that every time you allow yourself be vulnerable, you actually empower yourself.
I Am Not Saying You Are Stupid
Posted:Jul 15, 2020 1:17 pm
Last Updated:Jul 31, 2020 9:46 pm

When I was growing up, calling someone 'stupid' was almost as bad as swearing. It just wasn't allowed. To this day, I don't think I have called someone stupid. However, I have told someone their actions were stupid.

You know the people I mean:

They think yelling at someone whose first language isn't English, is gong to make them understand them.

They run across multiple lanes of traffic on a red light, to catch a bus.

They think no one will notice when they go through the grocery store Express Line with a full shopping cart .

They like having a but not the responsibility of cleaning up after them.

They think asking the same question over and over again will result in a different answer.

They get behind the wheel of car to drive when they aren't sober.

They wear their mandatory face mask around their neck or pull it up to slurp their coffee or other beverage.

They have multiple profiles on here using the same pictures

Quirky Roadside Canadian Attractions
Posted:Jul 14, 2020 2:01 pm
Last Updated:Jul 28, 2020 2:22 am

I love my country and I love 'to' travel. Not sure when I will be able 'to' once again, 'hit the road' but it's fun 'to' look for different and unique places 'to' visit. While these may not be destinations in and of themselves, these quirky roadside attractions certainly make the journey across Canada more interesting!

The Sourtoe Cocktail

The Sourdough Saloon in Dawson City, Yukon has a rather unusual item on its drinks menu: a cocktail containing a mummified human toe. Yes, really. The toe is said to have belonged to a turn-of-the-century rum runner who lost his digit to frostbite while evading the local law enforcement. If you can manage 'to' down a Sourtoe Cocktail (and “kiss” the toe which bobs around in your glass) you will walk away with a little extra swagger—and a certificate commemorating the achievement. Who is ready 'to' try it?

The Moss Lady

If you’ve got in the car and they’ve seen the Disney flick Moana, they’ll be doubly enchanted with Victoria’s “moss lady.” Artist Dale Doebert’s 35-foot-long sculpture of a dozing figure looks as though it could rise from the earth at any moment, just like Te Fiti in the film. You will find this lovely lady in Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, British Columbia.

The World's Largest Easter Eggs

The Vegreville Pysanka was built in 1975 as a tribute 'to' the early Ukrainian settlements east of Edmonton. With a claim to fame as “the world’s largest Easter egg,” this roadside attraction in Vegreville, Alberta is a true marvel of design, its patterns containing 3,512 facets, 2,206 equilateral triangles and 524 star shapes.

Ghostown Blues B&B

If you’ve ever imagined yourself starring in a western, you’ll be tempted 'to' turn this pitstop in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, into an overnight stay. At the Ghostown Blues B&B, you’ll get the full cowboy experience, from eating your dinner out of the back of a covered wagon, 'to' sleeping under the stars.

The World’s Largest Lumberjack

In Ontario’s Algonquin Highlands, Sawyer the lumberjack, at 14 feet high, stands head and shoulders above the competition. You’ll find this charming roadside attraction outside the Stanhope Heritage Discovery Museum, where it pays homage 'to' the region’s rich logging history.

Magnetic Hill

Drive 'to' the bottom of this world-famous hill, in Moncton, New Brunswick, shift into neutral and then brace yourself as your car starts rolling uphill. It’s a gravitational mystery you’ll have 'to' see—and feel—'to' believe.

No One Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Consent
Posted:Jul 13, 2020 12:42 pm
Last Updated:Jul 15, 2020 5:21 pm

These words are a remarkably insightful statement about self-esteem. When I saw them recently in a daily newsletter, I wanted 'to' understand their origin.

Eleanor Roosevelt uttered that phrase about an awkward event in 1935. The Secretary of Labor in the Roosevelt administration was invited 'to' give a speech at the University of California, Berkeley on the Charter Day of the school. The customary hostess of the event was unhappy because she felt that the chosen speaker should not have been a political figure. She refused 'to' serve as the host and several newspapers viewed her action as a rebuff and an insult.

When Mrs. Roosevelt was asked at a White House press conference whether the Secretary had been snubbed, her response was widely reported. “A snub” defined the first lady, “is the effort of a person who feels superior 'to' make someone else feel inferior. To do so, he has to find someone who can be made to feel inferior.”

Through the years, I have encountered people who tried to use this tactic. With maturity and life’s experience, I realized it has everything to do with them and nothing 'to' do with me. They often have insecurities and it helps them to feel better about themselves if others are unhappy. A happy person will not be motivated to make others feel miserable.

I am a strong, confident, resilient woman who has faced many challenges head-on. I do remind myself of this, counting each day as a blessing with the refusal 'to' be made ‘to’ feel inferior by someone else’s insecurities.
Well-behaved Women Seldom Make History
Posted:Jul 12, 2020 12:01 pm
Last Updated:Jul 14, 2020 4:14 am

You may have seen that quote on greeting cards, posters, coffee mugs, bumper stickers or t-shirts.

Everyone from Eleanor Roosevelt, Marilyn Monroe, Gloria Steinem to Kim Kardashian have been incorrectly given credit for these words. The originator is Pulitzer Prize winning historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich.

In a 1976 article about Puritan funeral services, Ulrich included the phrase "well-behaved women seldom make history”. People misinterpreted it to mean women should misbehave in order to be memorable. It got picked up and went viral.

After seeing her words misquoted and popping up all over the place, Ulrich saw it as a reflection on popular culture. She decided to turn it into a teaching moment and authored a book by that title. Her book examines the ways in which women have shaped history. It includes women who never intended to make history but often did in different ways.

The next time you see the quote "well-behaved women seldom make history" you may not remember Laurel Thatcher Ulrich's name, but I hope you at least remember who didn’t write them.
Feeling Lucky? Winner Takes All. CLOSED
Posted:Jul 11, 2020 7:17 am
Last Updated:Aug 3, 2020 12:09 am
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Things I Did Not Know. Did You? Part Three
Posted:Jul 10, 2020 1:09 pm
Last Updated:Jul 20, 2020 1:32 am
It's blistering hot here with no end in sight. Some forecasts predict this will be the norm for us for the remainder of the summer.

Despite the heat and desire 'to' just take it easy, I still enjoy and want to keep my brain cells active. So here are a few more interesting facts, I am passing along:

Crocodiles Have No Lips

Crocodiles have no lips, meaning they cannot close their mouths underwater. They are prevented from ingesting water, however, by a secondary palate which blocks the throat – the region inside the mouth is actually still external 'to' the body. I don’t want to get close enough to find out!

Human Thigh Bones Are Stronger Than Concrete

The thigh bones, scientific name femur, are around eight times stronger than concrete. In fact, most bones are around this strong when matched for size. Ever broken any bones?

Rainbows Are Actually Full Circles

All rainbows are complete circles, it’s just that in most cases, more than half of it is cut off by the horizon and so you just see an arc (the ‘bow’). But if you are in an airplane, for example, it is possible to see complete circular rainbows. Maybe that’s why we can never find the ‘pot of gold’!

After Water, Tea Is the Most Consumed Drink

Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water, and can be found in almost 80% of all U.S. households. Hot or cold it’s my drink of choice. I don’t drink coffee.

There Are No Spiders in Antarctica

Spiders live in nearly every terrestrial habitat of the world. Spiders haven't found their way onto the snow-covered tops of many of the world's highest mountains, but scientists have recorded one species -- Himalayan jumping spiders (Euophrys omnisuperstes) -- living nearly 20,000 feet above sea level.
Lets Talk About Sex. Facts and Myths
Posted:Jul 8, 2020 1:16 pm
Last Updated:Jul 15, 2020 5:17 pm
Since this site is billed as a 'sex and hook-up' site, thought it was time for a little sex education. So here are some common myths debunked.

Sex Burns Major Calories

Experts estimate thirty minutes of sex burns '85' '150' calories. Theoretically, you need burn about '3,500' calories lose a pound of body weight, so if you were using up '0' calories every time you had sex, you could lose one pound if you had sex '35' times. The problem is this: Most people are not having sex for thirty minutes straight. Instead, the average duration of sex is closer seven minutes. Guess that bursts a few bubbles.

Women Always Orgasm During Vaginal Sex

Nope. Not all women do. In fact, a study published in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy , found that only '18.4 %' of women said intercourse alone led them have an orgasm. '36.6 %' said clitoral stimulation was necessary for orgasm during sex. An additional '36 %' indicated that, while clitoral stimulation was not needed, their orgasms felt better if their clitoris was stimulated during intercourse. Toys can be great for this.

Sex Affects Sports Performance

This theory has been debated for many , with coaches often telling their athletes abstain from sex before big games or competitions. However, a '2016' study in the journal Frontiers in Physiology suggests sex has little impact on athletic performance—and could actually have a positive effect instead.

Having Sex Will Cause a Pregnant Woman Go Into Labour

This myth is so pervasive that even doctors will tell their full-term patients 'to' give it a try. But, not only does having sex near your due date not start labour, it may actually delay it, according to a study published in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Researchers found that women who were sexually active in the final weeks of their pregnancies carried their babies an average of '39.9' weeks, compared '39.3' weeks for women who weren’t having any sex.

You Can Tell If Someone Has An STD By Looking At Them

“A very common sex myth people believe is that you’ll be able '' tell if someone has an STD by looking at them,” says Robert Huizenga, MD, author of Sex, Lies & STDs. The truth is that many STDs don’t show outward symptoms or may not show up until much later. There’s no substitute for getting a medical screening and being totally honest about the results.

A Woman's Vagina Will Show How Many Partners She Has Had

Vaginas can temporarily stretch 'to' accommodate a large object—how else would women ever survive childbirth?—but they don’t stay stretched out. That means multiple partners, a partner with a large penis, or using large sex toys don’t affect the vagina. How tight or loose a vagina feels depends on the woman’s genetics and the fit between her and her partner.
I May Be Wrong But I Doubt It
Posted:Jul 7, 2020 2:05 pm
Last Updated:Jul 10, 2020 9:34 am

You know the kind of people I mean:

They exist in every walk of life.

They have an opinion about Everything .

They think because of who they are, they can't possibly be wrong.

They will still argue even when provided with indisputable facts.

They will say controversial things just 'to' get a reaction from others.

They are annoying, bombastic, creative, bug the heck out of you and are often unforgettable.
Things I Did Not Know. Did You? Part Two.
Posted:Jul 6, 2020 1:35 pm
Last Updated:Jul 10, 2020 1:12 pm
People who follow my blog or drop by occasionally, know that I vary the content. I have been holding onto the following interesting facts.. Now that the Canadian and U.S. Independence Day festivities are over, these seemed like a good way to kick-off this week.

The World's Quietest Room

That's what scientists at Orfield Labs in Minneapolis found by studying how subjects react in their anechoic chamber. It holds the Guinness World Record.

Our Bodies Are Full of Bacteria

According 'to' the National Institutes of Health's Human Microbiome Project there's enough to fill a large soup can. The bacteria cells in our body outnumber human cells 10 to 1. Is it any wonder we get sick?
Dogs Are Smart As A Two Year Old

My twelve year old Black Lab/Bernese Mountain understands more words, tone of voice and gestures than any of my previous dogs. I should have trained her as a therapy to visit hospitals and nursing homes.

Many People Have A Built-In Alarm Clock

Apparently, from the optic nerve, light travels to the SCN, signaling the internal clock that it is time 'to' be awake. The SCN signals to other parts of the brain that control hormones, body temperature and other functions that play a role in making us feel sleepy or awake. Seems if I think about having to wake up at a certain time, I automatically do. It's happened also when friends mention they need to be up at a certain hour.

An Octopus Has Blue Blood

Their blood is this colour because they use an oxygen-carrying molecule in their blood that contains copper.

Swans Usually Mate for Life

Swans usually mate for life, although “divorce” sometimes occurs, particularly following nesting failure, and if a mate dies, the remaining swan will take up with another. Below is a picture I took of a swan guarding her nest.

A First Time for Everything?
Posted:Jul 3, 2020 12:50 pm
Last Updated:Jul 15, 2020 5:33 pm

I can honestly say that 99% of the males who have emailed here, have been at minimum, cordial. Even those I politely 'turned down', handled it respectfully. That all changed just a short time ago this afternoon.

First thing I do when anyone contacts me, is look at their profile and pictures. This will temper how I respond.

I won't name the individual but I will say he is '57' yrs old and local .

Here's the exchange.

Him: Hi there, my name is Michael. Would you be interested in chattiing?

Me: I respectfully decline and wish you the best in your adventures.

Him: Go fuck yourself bitch ....you think you are better?? think again

He thinks about it for '30' minutes and then sends:
You dont even show your fucking face

I shook my head thinking FFS! I craft an appropriate response, press Enter and discover he has blocked 'me' . Without hesitation, I reported him 'to' AdultFriendFinder Abuse and provided a screenshot.

Ladies: Has this happened you?

Gentleman: How do you handle 'rejection'?
Oh Canada. Amazing True Facts
Posted:Jul 2, 2020 12:01 pm
Last Updated:Jul 3, 2020 2:26 am

These surprising facts about Canada will have you seeing our beautiful country in a whole new way.

Canada has more lakes than you think

Canada has more surface area covered by lakes than any other country in the world. There are '563' lakes larger than '0' square kilometres. The Great Lakes alone contain about '18%' of the world’s fresh lake water.

Alert, Nunavut, is the world’s northernmost settlement

At the northern tip of Ellesmere Island, just '817' kilometres from the North Pole, you’ll find the northernmost permanently inhabited place in the world: Alert, Nunavut. The warmest month, July, has an average temperature of 3.4 C (38.1 F). By January, the coldest month, the mean temperature drops -32.19 C (-26 F).

Canada has the world’s longest coastline

If you walked and never stopped—it would take you four-and-a-half walk the length of Canada’s coastline. Canada coastline is bordered on sides by different oceans: the Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific. '' put that in perspective, that accounts for 202,080 of the world’s total '356,000' kilometres of oceanfront property. The only other country that even comes close is Indonesia, which has '54,716' km of coastline.

Canada has 10% of the world’s forests

One of the most widely-known facts about Canada is that we’ve got an abundance of trees, but did you know that Canada actually boasts '30%' of the world’s boreal forest and '%' of the world’s total forest cover? An incredible '396.9'-million hectares of forest and other wooded land can be found across the country, and '68%' of that is coniferous. The best part of all? Most of our forest land is publicly owned.

Canada has more oil than you think

It’s thick, it’s sticky and Canada has an estimated '176.8' billion recoverable barrels of it. That’s right, crude bitumen—a semi-solid source of petroleum—is available in abundance in Canada’s oil sands. There’s an estimated '249.67' billion accessible barrels of the black stuff in the world and Canada has about '70.8%' of it—four times more than Kazakhstan and six times more than Russia.

Canada’s national parks are bigger than most countries

One of the most mind-blowing facts about Canada is that the country is so big, even our parks dwarf other countries. Just look at Nahanni National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories: not only is it a sight to behold with massive waterfalls, it’s also an incredible ‘30,050’ square kilometres—bigger than Albania and Israel. Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta and the Northwest Territories is even bigger at '44,807' square kilometres, which makes it bigger than Denmark and Switzerland.
Oh Canada. An Amazing Country Coast To Coast
Posted:Jul 1, 2020 11:44 am
Last Updated:Jul 4, 2020 3:37 am
I love my country and have seen much of it. It's a vast nation. Its ten provinces and territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans and northward into the Arctic Ocean. It covers '9.98' Million square kilometres, making it the world's second-largest country by total area.

Here are some of the highlights, you should add to your travel itinerary.

West Coast – Victoria’s Chinatown

Victoria, British Columbia, has Canada’s oldest Chinatown. Victoria’s Chinatown is also the second oldest in North America.

West Coast – Rocky Mountains

The Rocky Mountaineer train takes you through the breathtaking Rocky Mountains from Vancouver 'to' Lake Louise, 'to' Banff and even Jasper, Alberta. The highest peak in the Canadian Rockies is Mount Robson in British Columbia, at ',972 ft'.

Central Region – Niagara Falls, Ontario

Niagara Falls is one of the seven wonders of Canada. Did you know that the Falls at Niagara are about ',000' ? Annie Taylor, the “Queen of the Mist” and a school teacher from Bay City, Michigan, was the first person '' travel over the Falls in a barrel on October 24, 1901. People still attempt that perilous journey with varying success.

Central Region – Quebec

Quebec City is more than 400 , making it one of Canada’s oldest cities. The city was founded by French explorer Samuel de Champlain in 1608. Its European vibe is evident in its architecture and cobblestone streets. It’s also the only walled city in North America north of Mexico.

Atlantic Canada/The Maritimes – Hopewell Rocks

Hopewell Rocks, located along the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, is home 'to' the highest tides in the world. The Bay of Fundy is also one of the seven wonders of North America. It features the highest (and lowest) tides, rare marine life, as well as semi-precious minerals and dinosaur fossils. If you visit during low tide you can literally walk on the ocean’s floor. Check my profile and you will see one of the pictures I took there.

Maritimes – Newfoundland

St. John’s, Newfoundland is Canada’s oldest city. It has some of Canada’s oldest buildings, including colourful houses and other buildings that are similar to those found in Spain, Italy and Denmar Newfoundland is also home '' the first Viking settlement site in North America, which is located at L’Anse Aux Meadows, near the northern-most tip of Newfoundland. The people of Newfoundland, affectionately known as 'Newfies' and are the world's friendliest people.

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