Tranquility Do you have a special room in your house where you go to relax? After coming home from a long day of work and school my bathroom is where I lose my thoughts and rejuvenate for the next day. I view my bathroom as my personal spa. Even if it is only for a moment, I enjoy my time in this room. What relax me are the aromas of lavender scented candles that I have around the Jacuzzi and both vanities. The flower smell of bath salts that I poor in to the water makes my nostril dance. I get an alluring feel of spring when I am in this room, from the vibrant shades of pink and purple decoration throughout the room. From the flames of the candle and the warm heat lamp in the ceiling I get a warm and cozy feeling. I have soothing jazz playing in the background. Lastly I enjoy listening to the blissful sound water flowing of the jets. My bathroom is where I escape realities and enter a state of total relaxation, calmness, peace, and tranquility. When I enter into my bathroom the serenity begins. I start to smell a sweet uplifting aroma from the four purple heart shaped, four pink medium square candles I have around the Jacuzzi and four white small square candles I have on the two vanities. I always light all the candles in my spa to enhance the sweet fruity smell. There is a large translucent picture window that allows the radiant sunlight, which reflects rainbow colors around the room. The radiating flames that spark and crackle from the candles give me a warm and cozy feeling. Sometimes the flames flicker or they will blaze up high. I also pour some divine scented bath salts in the water, and lavender bath oil which makes the water soft and supple. My spa experience is heavenly. Once I enter into my beautiful bathroom I see a vibrant shad of pink tiles with light pink flowers on every other tile. The wall to the right is grey with a large oval shaped mirror that has a white frame. On the grey wall to the left I have a decorative art painting of violet, magenta and white roses that brighten up the room. On the window sill I have spring color flowers in a white ceramic flower pot. There are his and hers pink vanities with grey ceramic tile around them, two pink showers all with silver and gold fixtures. The focal point of my bathroom is the Whirl Pool; it is pink with six jets that ripple out crisp, clean aqua. I have grey tiles…
carry their student ID card with them for fitness center and present it.
• Appropriate attire and proper Shoes (sneakers) are required
• (pants, shorts, sweats, leotard,etc.)
• Not permitted in fitness center- jeans, khakis, cut off denim, bathing suits (if there is no pool)
• No foods or drinks other than water permitted in the fitness area. All bottled water must be removed from the fitness center upon user departure.
• Chewing gum must be disposed of in the trash receptacles provided…
Small and medium enterprises play a vital role in almost countries. Small and medium enterprises are able to not only improve employment rate but also they are sources of innovation. However, compared to large firms, small and medium enterprises are more likely to fail. The reason is that small and medium enterprises many lack collateral or may have poor book-keeping records. They may also have a higher interest rate than the large firms. As a result, government and public policy should…
Pink Floyd’s album The Wall influenced a great change in the music industries from the 1980s to today within America. The album released on Nov. 30, 1979, the live concert preformed in 1980 through 1981, and the movie released in 1982 gave the foundation to the 1980’s American music scene to the present music scene. The album The Wall brought back a vibe of psychedelics from the 1960s but gave a twist of hard rock from transitioning electronics to guitars. The concert for The Wall was the first…
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This chunk describes the introduction of the pink flamingo in American history. It
describes the first time that Americans went vacationing and would want flamingo souvenirs,
and how that grew into hotels decorated with flamingos and hot pink colors.
Price starts out her essay describing the introduction of the flamingo into American
history because it helps to build her argument of the higher class citizens. Through the
repetition of the word “bold” throughout the essay…
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No matter how old we get, catching minor cases of Alzheimer’s disease, there will always be that one childhood memory that will never seem to fade. That one motion or quick smell of a breeze can take you back to that place you have been longing and just for an instant, you are. Now for me, it’s not a manmade place; it’s one that men actually tear down: a sycamore tree that once stood at my childhood home. I truly believe that as the roots of…
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such instruments as organs and horns.
They continued on in their journey of rock history with such classics as Ummagumma and Atom Heart Mother, but never reaching that same plateau as they did with their debut.
Nothing, however, prepared Pink Floyd or their audience for the massive mainstream success of their 1973 album, Dark Side of the Moon, which made their brand of cosmic rock even more approachable with state-of-the-art production, more focused songwriting, an army of well-timed stereophonic…
When it comes to being influenced by others, very few musicians can discount Pink Floyd. From their wide use of experimental sounds and lights to jet propelling the idea of a concept record into popular writing, Pink Floyd has had a significant impact on the musical world.
Pink Floyd was one of the first bands to use lights during their live sets. The lights were almost a show in and of themselves. They helped to give a setting to the sound. The atmosphere obtained through this conveyed the emotion…
Shepard and Travis Price in Nova Scotia witnessed an incident in which a freshman was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt during the first day of school. When these two students took the liberty to stand up against something they felt was wrong, something they felt should not be tolerated, the news of their courage spread like wildfire across the world. After ordering and disturbing 50 pink shirts, these individuals not only stood up to this cruel act of social alienation, they made it clear that there…