2021.12.05 07:22 jobsinanywhere Toccara Jones Says Tyra Banks Can’t Be Canceled Over ‘ANTM’ Pay Disparity
2021.12.05 07:22 feedimo Brighton snatch point at Southampton thanks to Neal Maupay’s last-gasp goal
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2021.12.05 07:22 Zofiom Market doesn't work (We are in Asia, Philippines if that means anything).
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2021.12.05 07:22 Jisoo_pizza_naruto msftz(미스피츠) 'Facetime, Face me' Official MV
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2021.12.05 07:22 Deep_Complaint5331 Anybody else feel like they don't want to go to sleep?
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2021.12.05 07:22 Gegenuebertragung Radiohead - How To Disappear Completely (2000)
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2021.12.05 07:22 anaveragescav How to sell the silver?
Just suppose when the silver price finally does increase to the levels it's truly meant to be at, how would I go about selling the silver that I have?
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2021.12.05 07:22 Patrick_Ryan_82 [MF]
May Brooks is planning to move out of her home. At the age of 83, she and her daughter, Felicity, are clearing out the closets, cellar, and junk drawers in preparation for selling the house. Felicity pulls out an old shoebox with a collection of postcards and hands them to May.
"Do you want to keep it or throw it away?" Felicity asks.
"Oh, my goodness, I haven't seen these in years," May says with pride. She starts flipping through the postcards.
"Such memories, you know, I sent a postcard home on every vacation we took," May remembers.
"Wow, we went on vacation every summer; no surprise you have such a large shoebox," Felicity says.
"I believe I'll sift through them and pick the ones that are special," May says with a smile.
Felicity stays for almost an hour before leaving to go to work. May works for another hour or two before making dinner. The postcards are still sitting on the kitchen table, and she starts thumbing through them again while her meal is circulating in the microwave.
May discovers a 1959 postcard from Miami Beach. Some dust has accumulated on the front, and wiping it away shows a stamp.
"It won't hurt anybody if I go back for a second," May says to herself.
She begins to concentrate on the stamp, the scene around her begins to whirl, and all of a sudden, she is in Miami Beach, 1959.
It looks just as she recalls, May was there for a quick vacation with a couple of friends. They went to the beach, shopped, and danced, but she remembers this vacation because she met Jim Devlin.
May and her friends were leaving the beach because the sun was too scorching. Jim and his buddies were sitting in the parking lot on his red Buick.
"Are you guys going to a party?" Jim asks.
May was captivated by Jim's bad-boy image as the girls giggled and flirted. His car was waxed, his hair was slicked back, and he had a cigarette tucked into his ear. She would have approached him if her friends weren't around.
The next day, May and her friends are leaving a store when a thief approaches May and snatches her bag. Jim, who happens to be across the street, witnesses the robbery and pursues the thief. May attempts to keep up, but her high heels make it impossible.
Jim eventually catches and tackles the thief. The thief happens to be a good boxer; one shot to the eye socket, and Jim is out. Jim is on the ground, a bruise growing around his eyes.
May took care of Jim for two days in her hotel room. Jim was cool and knew precisely what to say; the desire was practically instant. They married six months later.
May awakens from her trance when her microwave timer goes off. She's woozy now that she's back in the kitchen. May eats dinner at the table and can't stop looking through her postcards. She discovers one from Acapulco in 1965. She is drawn to the stamp like a moth to a flame; her focus grows; she is there.
May and Jim got married young, work different jobs to get by, and travel a lot. They spend two weeks in Acapulco that summer. Unfortunately, it rains virtually every day. They want to make the most of their last full day of vacation by hiking a gorgeous trail.
On the hike, they discuss their future plans, ambitions, and relationship.
"Do you ever consider the future?" May asks.
"Yeah, I'll go crazy if I have to change one more motor oil, like some kind of grease monkey," Jim says.
"I'm in-between jobs and have the time; I'm thinking of finishing my teaching degree. I can't delay any longer," May says.
"That's a wonderful idea; when we return, I'll look into engine repair certification. Maybe I can open my own car repair shop," Jim says as May snuggles into Jim's shoulder.
"We're doing it, honey; we're making a life for ourselves," May says, beaming from ear to ear.
All of a sudden, the heavens open up, and there's a downpour, May and Jim run for cover; the rain comes down so fast that they feel they might drown just standing in place. They zigzag through the showers until they reach a cave where they may take shelter from the deluge. It was a romantic setting; nine months later, Felicity was born.
May awakens from her trance as her watch beeps, reminding her to take her medication. She sets her postcards down and goes to the medicine stand.
May recalls something and runs to the postcards, shuffles through them, searching for one in particular, Tahiti, 1978. She stares intently at the stamp, and she's there.
May, Jim, and Felicity are on holiday in Tahiti; May is a teacher, so she has the summers off. Jim continues to work from job to job, never passing the certification exam and never remaining employed for more than six months at a time. May spends a lot of time with Felicity while on vacation, whilst Jim goes to bars to drink the night away and sleeps most of the day.
Felicity met Rogan, a youngster who became her shadow one afternoon at the pool. A man named Ronnie sat down next to May to watch the kids play.
"My son Rogan really likes your daughter; he's been chasing her everywhere," Ronnie says.
"Hi, I'm Ronnie," Rogan introduces himself to May.
Ronnie and May have a lot in common: they are both teachers with a love of art and a desire to travel. Ronnie is divorced, so he and his son are traveling alone. May offers Felicity and herself to keep them company.
The kids are at a supervised pool party, leaving May and Ronnie alone for the majority of the night. Jim is in a bar, drowning in booze.
They had a wonderful time, and May has never laughed so hard. She enjoys the companionship, which she was lacking. May and Ronnie sleep together. It is the first time that May strays from her marriage. The next day, May and her family fly home.
May never told Jim about her romance, but it made her happy to think about it.
May's trance is shattered once more as her phone rings; it's her daughter.
"When is the best time to complete packing tomorrow?" May forgets she's moving when Felicity asks.
"Oh, I forgot; how about eleven o'clock so you can sleep late on your day off?" May suggests.
"We talked about it, Mom; I work till noon every day," Felicity says.
"That's right, come after work, love you," May says.
She juggles the phone as she tries to end the call, and it falls; the phone crashes on the table, scattering some of the postcards. Hawaii, 1995, is at the top of the pile, and May takes it.
"It has to be this one?" She says to herself.
May makes eye contact with the stamp, hesitant but attentive; she can't help herself. She has arrived.
Jim has been in rehab for two years and is an unhappy person. May is hoping that a trip will change things for the better and put him in a better mood.
Jim was resolved not to have fun, intending to spend the entire day in the hotel.
"The only thing I enjoy doing here is drinking; I'd rather sit in the room," Jim says frequently.
May figures he'd benefit from a surprise, so she enrolls them both in snorkeling classes. When May tells Jim of the news, he is enraged.
"What a waste of time; what gives you the impression that I'd want to do something like that? Are you a moron?" Jim asks.
"No, I thought it would be fun; you've been lying around the hotel all week. This is a vacation; we should get out and enjoy it," May says.
"Just leave me alone; I've been suffering with your nonsense for thirty years; get a refund," Jim yells as he slams the bathroom door shut.
May begins to cry; she doesn't understand why he has to be so harsh. Jim led an unsatisfying life, a man who once had big goals but as he got older, began to focus on all his regrets.
May looks through the phone book for the snorkeling school's phone number. She hears a thump in the bathroom; Jim suffers a heart attack, collapses, and bangs his head on the tub.
May tries to open the door, but it is locked; she dials 911, and paramedics come, but it is too late; Jim is gone.
May snaps out of her trance, crying as hard as she did all those years ago.
May replaces all of the postcards in the shoebox and places it in the keep pile; the past is all she has.
Every day, she remembers less and less; the present is nothing but fog. May loves her postcards; she enjoys going back in time and spending as much time as she can there. The fog will eventually take those away from her as well.
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2021.12.05 07:22 crossdressing_vtuber Chloe
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2021.12.05 07:22 ThrowRaNess My fwb is inconsistent… One day he wants to marry me, the next day he won’t even text back
I (F24) have been seeing him (M31) for 2 years off and on. I was on tinder looking for a potential relationship and of course my only match that I really enjoyed talking to (him) was freshly out of a relationship and only wanted a fwb. So I decided to be that for him. I really like him but I’ve always kept it strictly friendship + sex. He’d ghost me for a few weeks and reappear then ghost me again and reappear again.
For a few months though, when he reappears, he tells me things like he really likes me and could see himself marrying me. He wants to spend a lot of time together etc. But then he disappears after a couple weeks, barely even texts me back for like 1-2weeks. Then he comes back… all romantic and telling me how much he likes me for a couple weeks
I’m so confused!! He says that he likes me too much and when we spend too much time together, he gets scared of falling in love too fast. To me that doesn’t make sense because I always want to spend time with him. I never feel like ignoring him for days like he does to me. How do I know if I should believe what he’s saying or not?
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2021.12.05 07:22 PhuThuyAoDen Weapon Rebalance??? What the Heck???
Can someone tell me the point of changing green weapon bonus?? I believe Angel Ambi Axe has 10 STR bonus and 15% Crit Rate, now all axes have the same properties just with different bonus rate which make them so less unique....
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2021.12.05 07:22 Ajmoore2201 Jodie Whittaker in The Pose
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2021.12.05 07:22 netruassin I knew it (MSQ SPOILER)
2021.12.05 07:22 Old_Finger_3799 Optimus and her HK45
2021.12.05 07:22 cookingandcraft Callisia Repens- A Beautiful Hanging Plant.
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