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For the Love of Ice

These have just been the words of my friend Vero. And they are so true.
Today ma moving house. Since I went to study for the first time away from home this is my ninth (no.ve-na) move.
I've lived in all sorts of places, from rooms rented to rural quebecoise obese ladies marihuanas you get charged for each you ate radish, amid departments Montroyal urbanites in Montreal where your neighbors are the couple Olympic figure skating medalist Canada, or Montreal right in the action! where your neighbors celebrate clothes pocker games, tequila, sex, studs and parakeets! Other departments where arresting police arrive transecuales, guatemlatecos Mexican immigrants and the occasional Chinese departments in Old Quebec where homosexual could see real action from your window and every step you take in heels is heard as thunder of Zeus himself but taking ice rink around the winter or leaning hand corner in the home of a Beat with a mountain of dirty dishes permanent as decoration, or 3x3 dorms where you share bathrooms and while these bathing you can hear the symphony orchestra of farts because some student is using the toilet and when you get out into the hallway, you realize that an orgy is taking place in the room of your vecian. I have also lived in a house with a friend who ate abusive all your pantry, put on your heels and each wanted saliuda you are loaning a dress. I also lived in a big house where fractionation nice not let you take your dog if you do not bring your belt or enter blaring stereo, well I've lived in places diferentestú tell me.

I do not care much the move and I hope to do it again but in an unknown environment.
At the moment I have to keep therapy "accommodate" and it's true, every time I start to move you to your stuff, you rediscover things, remember, discard ...

We do so much Tiliche! and as you go to a new home, because as you want all new no? and take advantage of to get rid of all those little things that accumulate in drawers vain that are not really trash but do not have much use.
I like designer and also pseudo half mousetrap / accumulator'm a special case, I have a stationery-haberdashery-tlapalería-hardware in my corner where the drawing table where supposedly should work, because the end never work there because I guess it's because I feel limited to "this is the place of work, that's what works here" and my strong tendency to contradict, I do ... so I'm going to work in the dining room or hee-hee.

In any case, while you watch you pack your things, your valuables, your clothes ... you realize how much you earn, and worse, it still strikes me go shopping.

Wtf.

For now, the new house will be a new opportunity to redecorate, not only the house, but my life, the changes are fantastic. Here we go.

ny2 Sportswear Ice Figure Skating Dress Practice Polar Fleece Pants TQ - Adult Small
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2004-09-14 11:11:18 by just-my-opinion

They're impractical and uncool

The only white footwear you'll ever catch me wearing is a pair of figure skates. other than that, forget it.
white shoes/boots get scuff marks on them easier, and dirt shows up on them more readily than those which are darker colored.
they make your feet look like you've stuck them in empty kleenex boxes.
they tend to make feet look bigger, and they just look silly...like you're either a healthcare worker, or an old lady in orthopedic shoes. they just make your feet look clunky, no matter what the style.
on little girls, white patent leather mary janes are ok, as are little sandals

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    I have a little bracelet charm and a necklace my late grandmother had given me, and I would like to wear them to my skating competitions. I have always worn them on any nervous occasions. Can I wear jewellery in skating competitions?? I d like to know both local and international. I m living in England.

    • If it is not distracting and is secure on your body then it s fine. Necklaces are easy to work with because you can usually tuck them into your dress. Bracelets, especially charm bracelets are more difficult. I would not recommend wearing a bracelet. If you watch skaters on tv in international competitions, alot have necklaces on tucked into their costume. As long as it stays on your body and isn t distracting there is no rule against it. Shortly, YES it is ok to wear jewelry that is not distracting, but if it falls off you will be penalized. Hope that helped :)