No one in the house slept much last night. After my accidental smashing of the lounge room window, the black plastic tarpaulin we had covering the window wasn’t secure enough for any of our likings. When the sun started rising, I heard noises in the kitchen. The ‘chinks’ of the bowls and the opening and closing of the fridge, someone was making breakfast. I slowly made my way downstairs, the cool air coming through the open window waking me up and freshening my body. My brothers head poked up from behind the fridge door. He offered me breakfast. His hair was messy and he had a milk mustache. I walked over to the broken window and asked Tim if he knew when the men from Sash window replacement Melbourne were coming. He didn’t know, but I heard Mum’s voice and knew I’d find out soon enough. Mum and Dad were still talking about the window replacement. They were talking about different materials and styles over steaming bowls of porridge and hot cups of tea. I sat patiently, waiting for a chance to butt into their conversation. I’d nearly finished my breakfast by the time Dad announced the men from Window repairs Melbourne would be coming the following afternoon, so we had to brace ourselves for another restless night. The next few hours of my morning consisted of boarding up the lounge room window as best as possible. If we had another night to survive through until the men from Timber window repairs Melbourne come around, I wanted it to be safe. I had nailed as many boards of wood to the window frame to block out the weather, and the burglars. I needed to get some sleep tonight.
I have been shattered. I have been totally and utterly broken for the inside out and I’m pretty sure that I can't quite remember what happiness feels like. I get glimpses, when I see Jason and Charlotte, and I tell them that the tooth fairy will be coming, and the pool fencing fairy will also be coming and we will be getting gifts from both of them very soon, but that's it. I don’t really have any faith anymore and I’m pretty sure that no one else around me does any more after what happened to Emily, my dear late wife. I will call up the pool fencing Melbourne crew right now, because I need to call them up soon, and I want to get my mind of the Emily that pervades all of my thoughts. She is what I will be thinking of when I see the perfectly created and erected frameless glass pool fencing Melbourne has to offer, because I know that she loved that sort of thing. I know that she loved pools and it’s because she was gone that I was reticent to actually go and call them up again. It would just being up so many bad memories, but I feel like I have to. The kids deserve to go in the pool and the aluminium pool fencing Melbourne crew will be able to make that happen, so who am I to stand in their way? I want them to be happy, all of them. I want Kaidee, the British au pair, who has been something of a surrogate daughter to me, is part of the family now. I want her to be happy with the way that my house is turning out, because it's hers as well now. She should help us with the pool and the look of the fencing around it.
Walking into Beauty salon Perth, a wave of relief fell over me. I no longer had a million thoughts racing through my head. I was no longer worried about if the beauty therapist was qualified, or if she would do a good job. My mind was put at ease with the sight of the qualifications and awards framed and hung around the salon. I wasn’t thinking about my blind date anymore, and I wasn’t contemplating spending my life alone, with twenty cats. Everything that I had been worried about leading up to this appointment, had completely vanished from my mind. The only thing I could think about was how much I wanted to start my appointment. I wanted to start the pampering, to feel great. As I lay down on the bed, the therapist started speaking to me, asking questions about my day. I told the woman from Waxing Perth about my blind date, as she removed my leg hairs from their roots with hot wax. The pain took my mind off the date and the therapist told me I should never have anything done for a man. I should only ever book beauty therapy appointments to make myself feel better, not to impress a man. I liked the way the woman thought and told myself to be more like her from now on. Once the waxing was over, it was time for some indulging. I had booked myself in for a rather lengthy facial and had planned to spend the whole afternoon at Beauty treatments Perth. I lay down on the bed as the therapist lit candles around the room. The soft music completely relaxed every muscle in my body as the woman started applying the treatment. If this man didn’t like me after this, he just wasn’t worth it.
I want to live in asphalt and I want my house to be made entirely out of asphalt. I hope that they can see that it's not a real thing that I want to do, but just some sort of wild fantasy. I’m not crazy and I’m not the kind of person that would ever live in a house that was made entirely out of just asphalt. I’m pretty sure that the only way to get me into a house like that would be if there was someone or someone’s in there that I really cared about and that I really wanted to see. If you told me that there was the asphalt Brisbane crew in there, possibly giving some kind of guided tour of the history of asphalt, as they do in my dreams, then I would go in. I am getting so far off topic that it’s not funny. I don’t think that I ever really had a topic in the first place so I’ll let you all know what I think of if I ever do find out or invent what the topic was meant to be. It was meant to be something to do with the way that we think about asphalt and the way that the great team at the asphalt driveways Brisbane company works. I really do like the way that they think about asphalt and that is totally different to the way that normal people will think about it. I think that the commercial asphalt repairs Brisbane crew would think about it in a way that would blow your mind. I’m just not too sure how that is yet. I am sure that I want to find out how that is, which is why I have asked them to come to the house to fix up my recently broken asphalt.
Using a hand saw to cut vertically through the middle of the window wasn’t a great idea, admittedly, but I was under the influence, so it seems unfair to judge me. For some reason over the weekend I decided it would be smart to hack apart the window frame in my lounge room. I couldn’t remember my reasoning, but I remember there was a reason. I hadn’t just lost my marbles and started sawing the house down. Luckily for me, I owned the place. I had scheduled for someone from Window replacement Melbourne to come out today and take some measurements to replace the window. With it as it was, I couldn’t close it at all. I may as well of publicly welcomed all burglars to my house. I don’t know why, but I was surprised to see a woman standing in the Timber window replacement Melbourne work uniform. I guess I had just expected it to be a man. I showed the woman through my house and to the lounge room window. She asked me what had happened and I quickly thought up an excuse. I didn’t want to make a fool out of myself, so I told her I was away for the weekend and left my brother in charge of the house. She shook her head and giggled. I saw her trying to imagine why someone would do this to a window frame. Once the woman from Sash window repairs Melbourne had left, I sat in the chair thinking about why I assumed she would be a man. I never thought of myself as a sexist person, and I guess it was partly due to gender biases in workplaces and throughout life. I remembered being in school, learning that men were doctors and women were nurses. I felt a little better after realising it wasn’t entirely my fault. I hoped she would come back to install the window.
My best friend had just asked for my honest opinion about something and I really wanted to give it to her. I wanted so desperately to tell her to take a minute, think about things and really picture her life in ten years from now. I couldn’t bring myself to say any of that. She was my best friend, and she was in love with a complete tosser. Even the sound of his name made my skin crawl. He treated her like crap and there was no way I could stand by her while she signed her life away. I would however be there whenever she needed me. This was a tricky situation. My best friend had just sat down and asked me to tell her what I thought about her boyfriend and her buying a house together. I nearly choked on my food, and had managed to avoid answering her question while she explained her plans to me. She went on to say that they had an appointment at Mortgage Brokers Sunshine Coast on Friday, and that they were going in to talk about their options together. I kept listening, I knew there was more to the story. When she went on I couldn’t help but think he’d pushed her into it. I could hear the hesitation in her voice, the uncertainty, so I came up with another suggestion. I was so glad my friend took my advice. She had gone to the Finance Brokers Sunshine Coast appointment on her own, and spoke to the lady about her own options when it came to buying a house. By the end of the appointment, my friend had signed the Home Loans Sunshine Coast documents and walked out smiling. That way, the house was hers, her boyfriend could pay rent and he would never be able to take everything she has when things go wrong.
I know that nothing lasts forever and I want to make something that will last a close to forever as we can get it. I like to leave things for the next generation and I want the world to know that I was here and that I did things that were important in the blink of an eye that I called a lifetime. That is what I want from my life, and that's the most that anyone can ask for, in my opinion. To leave a legacy and to leave something that others will want to see, to strive for, to try and reach towards. I hope that I can do something close to the level that the limousines Melbourne crew did and still do on a regular basis. I was there about 30 years ago, when they first started up and my father used to use their services. He was still just a young man himself when he had my brother and me, with our mother being the one who actually had us, just to be clear. I was just born on the day that the stretch limo hire Melbourne company started working, in the past, and I will never forget, growing up, my father telling stories that relate to that basic point, about how I and the wedding limo hire Melbourne company are connected, and that we will leave lasting legacies on this earth. If I ever have any kids, then I will make sure that they hear about the limousines, and so the legacy is still staying on, even if it is only with a select few. It will be the best thing that we can do, and it will be the best thing that I can strive for. Wish me luck, and wish the limo people luck as well for they are the real drivers, and the real captains of industry.
It will be like it was back in the early 1000’s. I want it to go back to the time that it was like, when all was good in this world and all was like I should have been. The only things that were stopping people was their imagination and that was infinite and endless. It was like we really were in a golden age. It was the greatest time of this town’s history and I wish more than anything that I could have been there for it, before it all collapsed. Before the world goes too far down, I want to call up the home loans Brisbane crew so that we can fix this town. I don’t want it to go like it did all those years ago. It was like a bulldozer just ran through the sleep little citizen's houses and woke them from their greedy slumber and stupor to show them the face of what they have done. The economy crashed the second that we thought it was too good to crash. I don't actually know the details of that, but I do know that the mortgage brokers Brisbane crew will be able to help us all out if we are able to get some stimuli, and some people back into the town and some money flowing in. That’s all it’s about, just the money. Once that is taken care of, the rest will follow. It will be like we have closed the lid back down on Pandora’s box, and we have gone back on with our lives, and begin to rebuild with the help of the business loans Brisbane company. They will be the one people that I trust to get this thing all sorted out, but they can not and will not do it on their own. It all has to be as a team, since we can not have one person who is doing something without the help of the others.