Discover Life in Henrico County

>> Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Almost all couples want to build their homes and family on a community that is peaceful, has all the amenities within reach, with good community and great affordability when it comes to basic necessities in life. Some places are beautiful and a haven to live at but living is expensive so it’s only perfect for those above average families. It’s very important that you take all considerations in looking for a place to live. The kind of community we live reflects our ways and it will be a great factor in our kids’ personality when they grow up.

It’s best if we will ask the help of those experts in looking for the best community to start building our homes like the economic development professional. Their site offers ways in bringing Virginia site selection assistance which provides information on Henrico County in Virginia, a thriving urban community that offers amenities of the city with suburbs life, accessibility, good public schools, parks, sports, higher education opportunities, programs and special events for everyone. They have these great amenities plus a low cost of living which is one of the most important factors that you need to look when finding a place to live at. Visit their site now and discover Henrico County.


Terms of Retrenchment

I’ve read this long time ago when I was just married for one year and still in my technical proposal job. We were having some fun talking about our job which was at the peak season and we hardly had time to sleep on our overnight works. To free ourselves from the stress of our work we talked about the funny side of resignation, suspension and retrenchment. And this was what I’ve shared to my colleagues that sent them laughing.

When someone loses their job, he or she may be dismissed, sacked, fired, kicked out, shown the door or given their marching orders, the push, the elbow or the order of the boot. Some professions, however, have their own terminology: a clergyman is defrocked, a lawyer disbarred. Why shouldn’t people in other walks of life have their own terms for dismissals? Thus:

A climber could be dismounted
An electrician could be switched doff.
A marketing manager could be sold out.
A musician could be disbanded.
A pilot could be flown off.
A police officer could be cuffed off.
A postal worker could be mailed
A soldier could be paraded off
A surgeon could be severed
A teacher could be demarked.
A train driver could be derailed.
A wine merchant could be deported
A writer could be written off.


Heading on to their Silver Anniversary

Some of my school friends who married young before they even reached 20 years of age have grown up kids that have graduated from college already. When we get to discuss about their early experience of married life they would happily talk about the adjustment and hardship of early responsibilities in life. But they were proud that despite of the trials that they have gone through they’ve successfully passed with flying colors. They have managed well with perseverance and hard work. 

Now in less than five years time they will be having their silver wedding anniversary and one of them wanted those diamond engagement rings she found online instead of the regular wedding ring. Well that’s not bad at all because it looks like a wedding ring also and who cares if those were meant for engagement. The most important thing is the love that binds them together throughout these years.


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