Our WW1 nurse, Bess, with the inflated ego and distain for the lower class has now put her nose in the affairs of new friends and almost becomes a victim herself. News of Simon Brandon's past will shake things up but that's a story for another time.
Let's think about that. Should you get married just to satisfy your ego? Marriage is a significant life decision that should not be taken lightly. It should not be pursued solely for the sake of being married or societal pressure. Marriage is a commitment to another person, and it requires genuine love, respect, and a strong emotional connection.
Marrying someone just for the sake of being married, without genuine love or compatibility, can lead to an unhappy and unfulfilling relationship. If you are getting married solely to meet external expectations, it may not lead to the happiness and contentment you desire. If you are not ready or willing to commit to a person for the long term, it might be best to wait until you are more prepared.
Remember, there is no rush to get married. Take your time to find the right person and ensure that you are entering into a marriage for the right reasons. Focus on building a strong, loving, and committed relationship based on mutual respect and understanding.
As a final note, I knew this Indian once who told me, "If you plan to marry this woman, make sure you want her to be the mother of your children."
In this installment, Detective Superintendent Roy Grace continues his work solving complex cases in Brighton, England. The plot revolves around a mysterious and dangerous online dating agency that appears to match couples based on their compatibility at first sight. However, as the story unfolds, Grace discovers a dark and deadly side to this seemingly innocent service.
Besides cleaning up this case, he also winds down a former problem and moves on to new adventures in London.
Watching the Blue Jays lately, I noticed (beside them losing) the TD ad on their sleeves. Of course it's from the Toronto Dominion Bank, one of their sponsors. I didn't like it. I'm not adverse to the ad, it was the stiffness of the material. Stiff as a board. Couldn't they find something more flexible?
What do the fans think? Mixed reactions. Some comments were “The green sticks out like a sore thumb,” “Instead of matching the jersey it will match the turf,” No matter what you think, it all comes down to one thing, the bottom line. In other words, greed. Suck in the bucks.
The sponsored patch (green and white, 7.6 centimetres square) will appear on the left sleeve of home, road and alternate jerseys — but not on apparel sold to the public, the team said. So no worries there.
On another note - song note that is.
The song "Just Walking in the Rain" just came to my mind. No reason. That's a song from the era of Seniors. Maybe, for seniors, the words should be revised. How about " Just Peeing in a Cup"?
Weather religious or secular, a group of women living together in basic isolation is bound to bring clashes of personality, loneliness and repressed desire.
One man on the scene, a fox in a henhouse, temps religious values, sexuality and emotional and psychological turmoil. Base instincts take hold leading to disaster and consequences.
The plot centers around a lawsuit filed by the widow of a man who died from lung cancer after smoking cigarettes manufactured by a fictional tobacco company called Pynex.
A secretive and influential consultant named Rankin Fitch is hired by the tobacco company to manipulate the jury selection in their favor.
However, things take an unexpected turn when a mysterious and unpredictable juror named Nicholas Easter makes it onto the jury. It turns out that Easter and his girlfriend, Marlee, have their own hidden agenda. They are playing both sides, secretly manipulating the outcome of the trial to their advantage.
"The Runaway Jury" explores themes of jury manipulation, the power of big corporations, and the ethics of the legal system.
It's hard to imagine a judge allowing any juror to take over his personal domain.
Graffiti without proper permission is generally considered vandalism. While graffiti can hold artistic and expressive value, engaging in illegal graffiti by defacing property without permission is generally frowned upon and can result in legal consequences.
Excessive graffiti can be seen as a problem for communities and property owners. It can contribute to a sense of disorder and neglect, and it may require time and resources to clean and remove.