Monday, May 17, 2010

The Truth and Nothing But The Truth


It is virtually impossible to conceal the truth forever. It is the natural order of things that the truth will eventually come out. This single fact is the foundation of our judicial system and the basis on which all human relationships are formed. A business, professional, or personal relationship built upon a lie cannot long endure, but one that is founded on truth and equality of benefit for the participants is unlimited. Make it a practice to tell the truth in all that you do-even when it doesn’t matter-and you will form a habit of truthfulness. You will know instinctively that it is better to tell the truth and face the consequences than to launch a falsehood that will eventually make itself known to the world. of what others think.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Honesty Is The Best Policy!!


There are no degrees of honesty. There are only absolutes. Either you are honest or you are not. Honesty does not come for a price; honesty is its own reward. It’s also the most efficient form of human behavior. Honest persons never have to worry about which lie they have told to whom, and they never have to worry about getting caught. Thus, they are free to focus all their energies on more productive things. Make it a habit to be honest in all your dealings. If you can’t be truthful in what you say, don’t say anything at all. Remember, small lies start out innocently enough but soon assume lives of their own. A small lie requires a larger one to conceal it, and soon more, even larger lies are required. Don’t tell that first lie or take a single thing that doesn’t belong to you, and you’ll never have to worry.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

German Bakery Yummy

Thinking and talking about Germany made me nostalgic...after meeting some very nice people and giving me a bottle of German wine (during one of my closings)...they told me of this famous bakery that serves real German food and baked goods...I couldn't help but want appetite rose to a frenzy...

That very night I uploaded pictures of Germany on fb to share with my family and friends on how wonderful were those days locked in my memory forever. For our visit to Germany under the military care was memorable.

So off I went the very next day in the afternoon searching for Yalaha???? Never heard of it...Florida?? no it couldn't be...what kind of name is that??? But go I must...and filling up my little car with gas off I road....hills...lots of trees...where was I?? no matter on I went...playing my music and camera ready....miles and miles and still no Yalaha...hmmm am I heading the right direction??

Just as I turn the corner why there is a post office..yes it says Yalaha...and a fire station...cemetary...ok people do live here...where is the town??? but more importantly where is this famous bakery??

And there it quaint and cute off to the side of the road on county rd 48..the parking lot is full...people are sitting outside on benches...a guy is singing and playing his from Germany...most be a club..and the cottage was there...yes with German design and flag blowing in the wind....ahhh nice...I was not disappointed...

Once inside, the smell of baked goods filled the air..ahhh I felt I was in Germany...people were friendly...more guests arriving the place is filling up...they come from everywhere..met a couple from is this place that famous?? according to the guests...yes it is....young and old enjoying the smell and culture of Germany...Germans,,,Italians,,,Spanish,,,Hungarians,,,and elsewhere..

I sat down and had bratwurst with sauerkraut and German potato salad...served with German of course for desert...what else??? German chocolate cake with strong German coffee....yes life is the way I did take pics...once developed I will post...but for now...below is the address of a wonderful place to visit and the ride was worth it!!!!!!

Yalaha Bakery‎
8210 County Road 48
Yalaha, FL 34797-3193
(352) 324-3366‎

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Should I Wait for A Man That I Love?

Dear Lauren: Should I Wait for A Man That I Love?

Dear Lauren, I met a gentleman in November and we hit it off really well. We were in a long distance type relationship and talked every day for several hours. I fell in love with him about 8 weeks into the relationship. We saw each other just that once in November. I sent him a ticket to visit me as a surprise but he said he couldn’t do it because his job wouldn’t allow it.

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Dear Lauren: Should I Wait For My Man to Come Home? Mars Venus LIVING