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Absolutely amazing Yoni. Thanks for sharing this. It reminds me of Nic Vujicic. You've probably seen his videos, but if you haven't heres one for you to check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gc4HGQHgeFE Just goes to show whats possible no matter what your circumstances. "
It was only today, while out at lunch my husband and I were commenting on the restaurant. How great the food was, brilliant service, aside from that just those little extra touches, that make it memorable. Its a pitty that so few businesses realize that generosity in what they do means so much to the customer."
Adam So true. A good markeing consultant is worth their weight in gold. Too many business owners think they can do it themselves....and too many fail. Funny how it so easy for them to throw thousands of dollars down on say Yellow Pages ads and think nothing of it...and yet for that same dollar spend, they could have acheived so much more from hiring the right consultant for their marketing. Thanks for commenting. J"
I know...it always seems to be swings and roundabouts dosen't it. Maybe its the optimist in me, but I would like to think that this is the beginning of some substantial change, that sees the death of trash websites that scrape and plagairise content. Imagine a utopian web world where only good content rose to the top.....ahhhh just the thought of it ;) "
Wow, thanks Yoni It would have been even more epic if I left it in once piece ;) I can just see you now with your snoopy rod lol. I'm not adverse to the odd spot of fishing myself its very meditative. Glad to see you're still keeping your hand in, even if only occasionally. Sea of Gallilee sounds so peaceful. Glad to evoke some happy memories. J"
Thanks, I'm fond of fishing myself, but tend to play that down to my husband, otherwise he'd be trying to drag me off into the wilderness every weekend. More power to us tomboys, I was always into "boy" things, couldn't be bothered with dolls, loved cars, bikes, their stuff was much more fun. You've brought up a few memories for me here, so Thank You. :)"
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