When she leaves her fianc‚ Nelson for another man, who has a twenty-year-old score to settle with her former lover, Parris Stalls, discovering that she has made a huge mistake when Nelson makes it big, will do anything to get him back.
Author: Keith Lee Johnson
When she leaves her fianc‚ Nelson for another man, who has a twenty-year-old score to settle with her former lover, Parris Stalls, discovering that she has made a huge mistake when Nelson makes it big, will do anything to get him back. Original.
Provides an offbeat, twisted look at the follies and foibles of contemporary life, work, and leisure, in a zany new collection of cartoons about seafood shoppers bobbing for lobsters, car dealers who offer custom windshields to match buyers ...
Author: John McPherson
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Provides an offbeat, twisted look at the follies and foibles of contemporary life, work, and leisure, in a zany new collection of cartoons about seafood shoppers bobbing for lobsters, car dealers who offer custom windshields to match buyers' eyeglasses, and more. Original.
t was already 5:00 a.m. the alarm clock goes off, I roll over, jump out of bed, walk
to the bathroom to drain the main vain. I wash my hands and face, brush my teeth
and pop back in the bedroom and throw on a pair of sweats so I can hit the gym.
Author: Holly M. Jewell
Publisher: Author House
When the Honeymoon is over Kelly comes home from a trip only to be blindsided by a note left on the coffee table from her husband saying he is no longer interested in being married to her. She fights the emotional roller coaster most relationships experience. Jada loves her life, her husband, and daughter but craves the attention from her man to give her the business like he use to when they first said I do however, her boss Cole dont mind giving her the attention she desires putting everything she believes in at risk. Madison hides behind her I can do bad by myself attitude by pushing the one man she loved out of her life only to do it again while going to school raising her only son and finding herself truly alone and broken. Kobe is a man, who believes in working hard and providing for his family, but his wife is a selfish She Devil that provides him grief on daily basis, his daughter is the only reason he remains in this mess of a marriage. He simply doesnt know how much more he can take. Jalen loves Reagan and couldnt ask for a better woman, shes everything a black man could ever want fine, smart, and supportive but why he didnt want to put a ring on it was something he had to figure out for himself. Cory the super model is finding himself picking up the pieces of his life after starting over from a relationship that went sour and could affect his future dramatically. Honeymoon happy and peacock proud is how this all begin but when the honeymoon is over and the dust settle and reality comes in like a flood will they remain or face the most challenging situations life throws their way.
The Honeymoon Is Over seeks to recover the central love story of the Book of Jonah.
Author: Theodore Anthony Perry
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers
The Honeymoon Is Over seeks to recover the central love story of the Book of Jonah. For Jonah is, at its core, a tale of rejection and reconciliation as Jonah is cast from the divine Presence and works his way back. In the relationship between God and Jonah, we witness a reversal of roles, as Eternity is portrayed as being in love with the works of time, while the enamored prophet cannot separate from the Eternal. Beyond standard theological issues such as repentance and prayer, the Book of Jonah provides discussion on questions of great interest to modern readers: suicide and assisted suicide, near-death experiences, mere survival and existence conceived as theological imperatives, the moral capacity of animals, erotic theory, universalism or outreach to Gentiles, and the possibility that God can not only change his mind but even be educated. Literary research also offers new answers to the difficult question of Jonah's genre, by suggesting how the book may be read as a pastoral novella and a tale of the fantastic.
11 " The Honeymoon Is Over " : The End of Live Drama The late 1950s marks the
period of greatest instability and change in prime - time programming in
television history . Two historical studies of prime - time programming support the
Author: William Boddy
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Category: Performing Arts
Just a few years in the mid-1950s separated the "golden age" of television's live anthology drama from Newton Minow's famous "vast wasteland" pronouncement. Fifties Television shows how the significant programming changes of the period cannot be attributed simply to shifting public tastes or the exhaustion of particular program genres, but underscore fundamental changes in the way prime-time entertainment programs were produced, sponsored, and scheduled. These changes helped shape television as we know it today. William Boddy provides a wide-ranging and rigorous analysis of the fledgling American television industry during the period of its greatest economic growth, programming changes, and critical controversy. He carefully traces the development of the medium from the experimental era of the 1920s and 1930s through the regulatory battles of the 1940s and the network programming wars of the 1950s.
married the same man twice in four months, and over the span of eighteen
months we went on seven honeymoons. We traveled to New Hampshire to watch
the leaves change; we skied in Lake Louise; we sipped tea in a medina in
Author: Andrea Chapin
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Family & Relationships
In the bestselling tradition of The Bitch in the House comes a provocative collection of essays by prominent women writers on their own marriages-and why they chose to leave or stay. Isabel Rose saw red flags before her marriage, but everyone thought she'd made a perfect match. Ann Hood's relationship with her husband had the usual bumps, until the tragic death of her young daughter forged their bond for life.When Terry McMillan went through her public divorce, the trauma affected everyone in her life.While Joyce Maynard cared for her dying mother, her children's babysitter took even better care of her husband. Andrea Chapin, after years of money battles with her musician husband, realized she had to become the mogul in the family. Annie Echols found her marriage on the rocks when an unexpected pregnancy upset her family's delicate balance. In THE HONEYMOON'S OVER, women candidly discuss the good times, the bad times, and what makes or breaks a marriage in essays that will resonate with readers-married, single, or divorced.
These figures have varied over time , but the principle involved is that the couple
are made aware that both the church and the city have their interests at heart ,
and this is signified by the contributions they make . When a couple sign up for
Author: David Robert Mace
Specifically tailored for couples recently married or soon to be married, this guide provides the kind of solid, tested advice that can mean the difference between marital breakdown and a loving, enduring marriage.
And we all comment , “ The honeymoon is over . ” What was Roger Dangerfield's
one - liner ? “ There she was when I first saw her , the loveliest girl on the dance
floor . Then she got up . " It's just like the first months a newly elected president is
Author: William J. Bausch
Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications
Category: Church year sermons
Since publication in 1984 of his seminal book on homiletics,
1-4Honeymoon ( introductory ) rates +42 Honeymoons are usually a wonderful
time . But if you don't work at the 4 = 샤 marriage things can go horribly wrong
once the honeymoon is over . Loans that feature honeymoon rates are no
Our honeymoon will never be over. I just don't want anything like another
passenger going overboard to cut it short.” “That was a fluke; it's not likely to
happen again.” “I'm going to see that it doesn't,” he said, grinning. I squeezed his
Author: Evalyn Anderson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Derek would never forgive me if I spoiled our honeymoon by getting myself killed, Gale tells her financial agent T. Price Smith as he hands her a gun under the table. Gale is on her honeymoon In London, but it looks like shell spend more time with T. Price than with Derek as the two of them try to save the bank that holds practically all her assets. Shes kept her wealth secret from Derek for fear of spoiling their relationship, so what believable excuse can she find to spend enough time away from him to stop criminals from siphoning off all her assets? Luckily, Derek is so enthralled by going the rounds of the courts and Inns of Court with a British solicitor friend, he feels guilty for leaving her on her own to go sightseeing! She manages to defeat the criminals without tipping off Derek, and enjoy three whole days of honeymoon. T. Price admires her ability to meet all her objectives. Why would I have ever thought that you would have a conventional honeymoon? he asks.
Actually, the honeymoon was over much sooner than that. Shortly after Mr. and
Mrs. Hilton had arrived in Europe, signs of a rift began to appear. Hotel
employees told reporters about bitter quarrels in the honeymoon suite. Nick spent
far too ...
Author: John B. Allan
Publisher: Blackbird Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Back in print for the first time in fifty years, this classic Donald Westlake bio of Elizabeth Taylor (written as John B. Allan) gives a fascinating look at the life of America’s most talented actress on the cusp of her greatest role, as well as a glimpse of a Hollywood long gone. A fun, nostalgic read from the Hollywood celebrity world of 1961 and a must-read if you’re a fan of either Ms. Taylor or Mr. Westlake.
Honeymoon. that. Never. Ends. Love is not a relationship. Love relates, but it is
not a relationship. A relationship is something finished. A relationship is a noun;
the full stop has come, the honeymoon is over. Now there is no joy, no
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Osho, one of the greatest spiritual thinkers of the twentieth century, explores the connections between ourselves and others in Love, Freedom, and Aloneness: The Koan of Relationships. In today’s world, freedom is our basic condition, and until we learn to live with that freedom, and learn to live by ourselves and with ourselves, we are denying ourselves the possibility of finding love and happiness with someone else. Love can only happen through freedom and in conjunction with a deep respect for ourselves and the other. Is it possible to be alone and not lonely? Where are the boundaries that define “lust” versus “love”...and can lust ever grow into love? In Love, Freedom, and Aloneness you will find unique, radical, and intelligent perspectives on these and other essential questions. In our post-ideological world, where old moralities are out of date, we have a golden opportunity to redefine and revitalize the very foundations of our lives. We have the chance to start afresh with ourselves, our relationships to others, and to find fulfillment and success for the individual and for society as a whole. Osho challenges readers to examine and break free of the conditioned belief systems and prejudices that limit their capacity to enjoy life in all its richness. He has been described by the Sunday Times of London as one of the “1000 Makers of the 20th Century” and by Sunday Mid-Day (India) as one of the ten people—along with Gandhi, Nehru, and Buddha—who have changed the destiny of India. Since his death in 1990, the influence of his teachings continues to expand, reaching seekers of all ages in virtually every country of the world.
Everything was fine at first, but after the honeymoon was over our problems
began. I couldn't make love to my husband because he had brown eyes like my
abuser. After a year of arguments and guilt, I decided to seek counseling. After
Author: Wendy Ann Wood
Category: Social Science
Triumph Over Darkness is a collection of prose and therapeutic insights that create a powerful commentary on incest, rape, abuse, and the recovery process. Women and men share their personal experiences of childhood abuse and walk with the reader along the path toward wellness. They reflect each stage of healing with a clarity that, while often painful, is also hopeful. Addressing various aspects of abuse, including ritualistic abuse, multiple personality disorder, and partnering as well as providing a therapist's insights on the stages of healing, Triumph Over Darkness helps readers to understand recovery as predictable process and see that healing is possible.
after the honeymoon is over, when the libido returns to room temperature and the
hormones have gone from dancing to walking, we may wake up one morning to
find that we have married the wrong person! And why shouldn't we? Let's face it ...
Author: Des Hunt
Publisher: AWC Business Solutions
Category: Family & Relationships
Statistics show that nearly half of all first marriages end up on the rocks and finish in divorce. These figures do not take into account all the couples that don’t marry, try living together and eventually break up. Nor do they take into account all the unhappy marriages that are ‘staying together for the sake of the kids’. The incredible thing that the statistics show is that the odds of a second marriage working out are not much better. They also show that couples who try living together before they get married are no more successful at staying together than those who don’t ‘try before they buy’. I Love You But How Do I Live With You? is the long awaited companion to Des Hunt’s best-selling book What Makes People Tick: Understanding Yourself and Others. In this book you will: • Discover the personality style of yourself and your partner, plus: • A full description of yours and your partner’s personality style which reveals: Ø How you each defend yourselves Ø How you each handle conflict Ø How to relate to each other more effectively Ø How not to relate to each other Ø How to live and love for life Ø How you each see life Ø What each of you want from life Ø You loves and your hates Ø How You each want to be related to Ø How you each prefer to communicate Ø Your different strengths and weaknesses
The whole idea of his stepchildren (he was still getting used to that phrase)
coming over to share their honeymoon, was a complete bloody nightmare. Then,
as if that wasn't bad enough, Melissa had accused him of not being sympathetic.
Author: Janey Fraser
Publisher: Random House
Two couples, one honeymoon destination, and enough secrets to end both marriages. Perfect for fans of Jill Mansell How can one honeymoon cause so much trouble? Much as Emma loves Tom, she would never have got married if he hadn’t insisted. But with Tom sick for the whole week, shouldn’t she at least take advantage of the entertainment? Winston married Melissa after a three-month whirlwind romance. As a breakfast TV fitness star, he’s anxious to keep things private. But the arrival of Melissa’s two children soon puts paid to that. Rosie arrived at the Villa Rosa homeless and pregnant when she was just seventeen. Now, sixteen years later, she runs the place. However, the appearance of Winston throws her into confusion. He might not remember her, but she has never forgotten him... By the end of the week, none of their lives will be the same. But how will they cope after the honeymoon is over?
“Shall we start this honeymoon over?” “Please.” Rae released ... Guilt swept
through Willa when she realized exactly how awkward she'd made Rae feel
about the loaded topic of how they might spend their delay. Eager to undo the
Author: Meghan O'Brien
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
After ten years in love, Willa and Rae decide to celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage by getting hitched and going on a dream European vacation. First stop: the final weekend of Carnevale in Venice, Italy. When the international leg of their flight is cancelled due to a fast-moving winter storm, Willa refuses to admit defeat and give up her carefully laid plans. All Rae wants is some quiet time to reconnect with her wife after months of wedding madness, but she agrees to attempt a late-night trek across the snowy midwest in a last-ditch attempt to make it to Venice before the festivities end. After surviving a near-death experience on the icy road, Willa and Rae find themselves at odds regarding the entire point of their honeymoon. Can an unexpected rescuer help them rediscover what’s really important, and each other?
This then indicates that retirement is a process through which the retirement role
is approached, taken up, learned, mastered ... After the honeymoon is over and
life begins to slow down, some people experience a period of disenchantment.
Author: Martyn Sama
Publisher: African Books Collective
Drawing on various disciplinary perspectives, this book re-focuses the debate on what makes a good health system, with a view to clarifying the uses of social science research in thinking about health care issues in Africa. The explosion of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the persistence of malaria as a major killer, and the resurgence of diseases like tuberculosis which were previously under control, have brought about changes in the health system, with implications for its governance, especially in view of the diminished capacity of the public health facilities to cope with a complex range of expanded needs. Government responsibilities and objectives in the health sector have been redefined, with private sector entities (both for profit and not-for profit) playing an increasingly visible role in health care provisions. The reasons for collaborative patterns vary, but chronic under-funding of publicly financed health services is often an important factor. Processes of decentralisation and health sector reforms have had mixed effects on health care system performance; while private health insurance markets and private clinics are pointers to a growing stratification of the health market, in line with the intensified income and social differentiation that has occurred over the last two decades.These developments call for health sector reforms.