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Denver layover ... long but quite tempting for photos as rain storms blew through.
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Flying home from the West Coast ... yet another beautiful view.
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I loved all the color!
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Loved the architecture of the convention center in Anaheim!!! I'm wishing I were here to help my company, but I'm really here for a photoshoot with Mrs. USA! She's an upcoming cover feature for WDJ.
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This weekend, I enjoyed the beautiful flora of CALIFORNIA!!!
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We got to be kids for a night ... WOOHOO!
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Guess where we are? On our way to Branson! It's me and the kids this time. I've got another photoshoot! But this one is close to grandma and grandpa's house. So it's a quick adventue!
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Thumbs up! I mean TOES UP for swimming in grandma and grandpa's pool!
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We had a pretty wonderful day at Silver Dollar City!
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Well ... ok. It wasn't ALL completely wonderful. There was also the roller coaster that was surprisingly fast and went upside down (a first for the little one).
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With the International Festival just opening at SDC, we had an awesome time and got a chance to see an awesome show!
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There was even a "love song" piece to OUR SONG! How amazing is that?
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I couldn't resist a shot or two.
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One of the best things? Getting messy! It was very tasty.
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Oh yeah ... we got wet! And this wasn't even from a ride!
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Funny how all signs point to this guy!

Are You Involved With A Psychopath?

Are You Involved With A Psychopath? By Michael Conner, Psy.D (click for full reference)

An excerpt: A psychopath is usually a subtle manipulator. They do this by playing to the emotions of others. They typically have high verbal intelligence, but they lack what is commonly referred to as "emotional intelligence". There is always a shallow quality to the emotional aspect of their stories. In particular they have difficulty describing how they felt, why they felt that way, or how others may feel and why. In many cases you almost have to explain it to them. Close friends and parents will often end up explaining to the psychopath how they feel and how others feel who have been hurt by him or her. They can do this over and over with no significant change in the person's choices and behavior. They don't understand or appreciate the impact that their behavior has on others. They do appreciate what it m…