Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Long time I was alone till I've found uadreams where is no scam


Long time I was alone...But then...I've found an awesome agency named uadreams!! To all that want to visit uadreams in Ukraine!! Do it the experience is well worth it!!! I encourage all to visit the Ukraine. Especially uadreams in Simferopol! Alex, Mila, Alla, Vitalik were the most professional and helpful with my visit to Simferopol. I came to Simferopol to visit a lady I had been communcating with. While I was here I met a couple other ladies (One I had communciated with on the site and the other I met through the agency while I was here). All the ladies I met were very beautiful and kind as well as friendly. One lady I meet after a couple of days was named Svetlana. She came from Kiev to meet with me and we spent 3 great days together. She was gentle, kind, happy, very well mannered. We visited several places. We walked in the park, ate dinner, drank a pivo (Beer) and we had Borsch.I felt very comfortable with her and she was a great photographer. I very much wished we had more time together, she is a beautiful and kind woman. I will be flying into Kiev from Simferopol on my way to the USA on my return trip home and we will have coffee while I wait for my flight. The people of Simferopol and the Country of Ukraine are very friendly, proud and happy people. I am glad that I visited and I will return to Ukraine in the autumn. My correspondance with Svetlana will continue and I hope to see here very very soon in June or July. I hope to see here again very soon.J Thank you Alex and the Agency for a great and memorable time. I will take many memories and photos with me and share with family and friends. I feel that my special lady is here in the Ukraine and that I have met her. I am very grateful and Specieba to all at the agency.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Friday, lucky or not? My review

In pagan times Friday was the luckiest day of the week because it was ruled by the planet Venus, the symbol of love and fortune. In fact, Friday is named in honor of Freya, goddess of Love. But for Christians, Friday has not been a good day. Adam and Eve is said to have eaten the forbidden fruit on a Friday and died on a Friday. Jesus was crucified on a Friday.

For centuries sailors refused to set sail on a Friday. It is told that when the reluctance of seamen to set sail on a Friday had reached such proportions that it interfered with naval operations, the British Admiralty decided to prove once and for all that it is a fallacy. They laid the keel of a new vessel on a Friday, named her H.M.S. Friday, and launched her on a Friday. On her first voyage, setting sail on a Friday, she was commanded by Captain James Friday. She left the harbor and nothing has since been heard of her or her crew. The identical story has also found its place in American lore. But – fear not – it is a myth.

The fear for traveling on a Friday continued until the early 20th century where in Europe bus and train travel was lowest on a Friday. But before you say “Thank Goodness, it’s Friday!” consider that, FBI statistics show, most robberies take place on a Friday.