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Are you in a hurry?

How many times have you noticed in your everyday life that you never have enough time to take your time? Go here go there but it would be nice to take your time. Life's too short. We want more hours in a day. So many things to do to little time to do it.

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what a wonderful world

In my country where I grew up the climate is very different than over here in the United States. The Philippines have a tropical marine climate.

There are three well known recognized seasons which are dry, rainy and cold season but the average for dry season in March to May is about 74° / 94°F ; Wet season in June to October 73° / 94°F ; and Cool Season in November to February about 71° / 86°F. It's a very nice place to go.

On the other hand it's also nice to experience different climate here in New York where you do other activities outdoors that you can't find over in the Philippines. We love snowmobiling in winter and snow sliding down our hill in the backyard. Most importantly to always remember that it doesn't matter where you go with life it's who you'll be beside you. What a wonderful world.

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why does salt melt the ice

It makes me wonder why salt melts the ice. My question was brought up after what happened to me the other day when I accidentally fell down from the icy ground and landed on my side hips. Thank goodness it wasn't that bad at all. Only a little scrape on my hand when I used it to support myself from falling hard. My hip was a little sore. The next morning my husband sprinkled salt on the icy area and just after he did that you can hear the popping sounds of the ice. Incredibly the salt melts down the ice. To answer my question I began searching online about it. I found an explanation which I thought you would be interested to know. Thanks for this site where I learned the chemical explanation of my quest. Click here to know the answer.

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