Dog-walk clincher

Frost bitten Guests and Staff at Virtual Cafe WIM.

Thank you for coming-by. I know you are cold but

huddle close together and look over my shoulder.

You can peek in my diary, my BLOG as we know it.

My notes show that I am interested in manners.

How much that matters. Did you do it well, you are IN.

If not you missed that opportunity to springboard ahead and...

life is short, time is of the essence. Now convey that

to your child. Not interested, of course. Plenty of time.

I propose one trick, a form of art really, from CLINTON.

Seasoned reporters said, :Clinton knows when to STOP."

Try that on your child: talk clearly and stop talking.

Now, I turn a few pages back.

I show you the page of SAVINGS:  No car,.........5200.- p.yr;

No television, no drink alc., no smoke, together 2100.-p.yr;

Foreign food/ unpredictable world,. no travel 10000.- p.yr;

Close to $ 1.500.-p.month saved. Does anyone here get

that from working at home on the internet? Worth trying.

Live and breath freely, no worries, no high pressure. FREE.

In control. And wait, just before you leave. There is MORE.

I met a dogwalker. I say, dog-walking or paperroute are 

the same. Dogwalker, well, it's for fresh air, right?  Yes,

that is exactly right, I said, but I get paid. 

You see Most Honourable Guests and delightful Staff, that

makes it 1.600. per month. How cool is that?

"We are not coming next week, Wim."


"Putting your cool and outside cool together...just too cold."

"Awe, shocks. Well put a pourboire in my stocking, oke?" 

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29.05 | 10:20

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Since opening a cafe in what amounted to a wide hallway to building an emotional empire in the late 90s, you've created what will always be a special place <3

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