Try to ask and answer as many question as possible about your display space as you can think of. The purpose of this is to eliminate the guest work prior to making your first purchase. The more you pre-think about what you can and can not do, the easier it will be for you to make the right snow globe or water globe selection. The feeling of "home" is often the way I like to describe it, but it goes beyond that. We should really focus now, on making sure that this does not become a lost art. Commercial use of the season can make you lazy and jaded from "doing things yourself", or "taking the time to make it from scratch", but do not let yourself forget the priceless memories that can come attached with taking the rougher road. O.K., now that you have chosen the location of your focal point, it's time to shop for that perfect snowglobe to take center stage and be the "star" of the show. To keep your cost down, we'll start out by purchasing just one globe and accessorize with other figurines or complementary items found around your home.
So, what do you do if you aren't implementing much of anything or just keep going for the small stuff? You have to step into the mentality of the "B" & "I" quadrants. (If you don't know what they are, read Robert Kiyosaki's, "CASHFLOW Quadrant"). That means you'll have to create a system for implementation and you'll want to only choose the things that will give you the best ROI in regards to both time and money. Or Barbra Streisand telling a fan to shut up with a word that is not usually accepted in public discourse and then blithely continuing her tour. What if a relatively powerless person like a Senator, say, John Kerry had said the 'F" word, as in getting "stuck in f-ing Iraq?" The man would have been sent beyond temporary oblivion and been made to resign from the Senate. Now, here's a radical idea. As we see the body count pile up in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Africa, along with the daily occurrences of murder worldwide, including right here in the gun-toting USA, we ask ourselves, wouldn't it be wonderful if everybody would promise not to kill anybody for just one day?
Now, here's a radical idea. As we see the body count pile up in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Africa, along with the daily occurrences of murder worldwide, including right here in the gun-toting USA, we ask ourselves, wouldn't it be wonderful if everybody would promise not to kill anybody for just one day? Even if it was something as simple as making snow-cream with your parents or grandparents, Can you remember it? It sticks out like a sore thumb, because it's warm and happy. It makes you feel a little friendlier, and it may remind you of someone very special that you love that's not with us now. It's certainly not a tradition that you want to let fall through the cracks of time!
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