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Posted at 2:20AM on April 19th 2012 by Bristol Airport Hotels
saya make trik black hat dan juga white hat. tentu tesara bedanya yg black hat. bisa di cari kok di forum digitalpoint. ups. hehe, yg pasti blackhat itu cuma btuh 2-3 hari alexa langsung kering, eh langsing. hehe, nembus angka 500 ribuan pertama kali daftar. bagaimana dengan google? wah, lebih expert tuh. alogaritmanya gak bisa di tebak, dia gak buka dapur umum. hehe, jadi mungkin punya saya yg termasuk SPAM, dengan kata lain. whatever lah! hehe. cos, dulu cuma pengen tahu, ketagihan, terus tobat. eh. tetep aja sisa blackhatnya nempel di blog. jadi white hat aja sekarang. yah, buat content menarik ajah.
Posted at 10:33PM on February 18th 2012 by Lils
Christer, you bring up an ipanrtmot issue of the pressure for young adults to decide quickly and move through the educational experience fast. Sometimes kids don't pursue their dreams in a straight line, and in the grand scheme of things, that is really okay! I know from personal experience the frustration of having a young adult who can't quite decide what they want to be when they grow up, and have found that it is much less stressful for both the parent and the child to simply let go and allow the child the time and support they need to discover their own direction. Sending you courage and gentle joy as your daughter learns her own perfect fit place in the world!~RJ
Posted at 6:06PM on February 18th 2012 by Carolina
Lauryn, being prpeared and mindful of what didn't work so well during your own teen years is so important! It can serve as a great motivator for you to lay a good foundation starting early, and hopefully ease your own teens through these tough years! ~RJ
Posted at 11:32AM on February 17th 2012 by Umme
Posted at 12:21PM on February 16th 2012 by Alejandra
Bunnygirl:You're aobulstely right - this isn't a new phenomenon by any means. Lately, though, it seems that the dollar amount of "fitting in" has become astronomical. I couldn't afford to dress like this even if I wanted to!And you are also correct in that we need to be really careful as adults what message we are sending by our own "snobby" ideas.Thanks for taking the time to comment.Nancy
Posted at 8:51AM on February 16th 2012 by Allahasde
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Posted at 6:15AM on September 22nd 2009 by erfan
that is the worse dress Iv ever seen. with Obama over her lower area give me a break
Posted at 7:31PM on September 20th 2009 by aj morisss
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