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Arizona Grass by Madeleine Pujals Maya

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A Beautiful Park in Spring in AZ by Madeleine Pujals Maya


Another Classy and handsome man of the 1900's Unknown photographer


Mexican Window in San Angel, Mexico by Madeleine Pujals Maya


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What Does Science Say About How To Be A Good Kisser?

Regular readers might be saying “What the hell is this, Cosmo Magazine?

In all fairness, how to be a good kisser is something no one really gets instruction in.

Yet, it can be a huge part of one’s personal life and the sources we do get info from are, well, far from scientific.

Let’s tackle it.

Have No Illusions: Kissing Is Important

Research shows kissing frequency correlates with relationship satisfaction.

Via The Science of Kissing: What Our Lips Are Telling Us:

Overall, the researchers showed that the amount a couple kissed was proportional to their stated level of relationship satisfaction.

59% of men and 66% of women have ended a relationship because someone was a bad kisser.

Via The Science of Kissing: What Our Lips Are Telling Us:

The first kiss is a necessary risk…

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HEART OF A FIGHTER

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We become what we believe. So why not believe the best for ourselves?

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Tomboy Travels

I love camping.  And camping usually means cheese injected hot dogs, potato chips and too many smores.  This usually leaves me feeling a little tired (nope, it’s not just the cold night), bloated and by day 3 a lot of cranky.

EJ & I were set on getting some good miles on the mountain bikes this last trip up to Big Bear, in prep for our hut-to-hut bike trip later in July.   So, I really didn’t want to skimp on good quality fuel…. BUT at the same time, didn’t want it to be too complicated.  I’m no gourmet chef or food dresser… so am OK with it looking bad, but tasting good.

Overall, I was really happy with our choices.

Dinner 1: Thai food (look at those fresh veggies!) Dinner 1: Thai food (look at those fresh veggies!)

Dinner 2: Chicken fajitas Dinner 2: Chicken fajitas

Veggie scramble, shredded potatoes, avocado, bit of bacon... and coffee! Veggie scramble, shredded potatoes, avocado, bit of bacon… and coffee!

Of course, there was still the good…

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