Finally Got The Ear Wax Removed

I had earwax building up in my ears for quite some time. I knew that I needed to get it removed by a professional, but I decided to put off seeing a doctor. The wax had built up so much that I could no longer hear. That was when I decided to see my doctor. I was afraid to get the earwax removed because I thought that it would hurt a lot.

It turned out that the procedure was a lot easier than I thought it would be. The doctor used microsuction Manchester to remove the earwax. It was a very quick procedure. I was in and out of the doctor office in less than 30 minutes. I do not want to go through that again. However, if I have to, then it will not be a big deal.

Runaway Bride

Just as the wedding ceremony was about to begin, gasps and shrieks filled the reception hall. The lights cut out and we were suddenly left in the dark. In the following moments feet shuffled and tables were bumped as the wait staff scrambled to get the lights back on. An announcer took the stage encouraging everyone to remain calm and seated.

When light flooded the room again, the bride was gone! Frantic, the groom barked orders and the wait staff jumped into action searching the building. It wasn’t long before it became obvious that she was nowhere in the building. Running outside, everyone began searching the parking lot; even the concerned guests joined the hunt.

Just as they were about to call the police, a car went speeding through the driveway. There in the passenger seat sat the runaway bride next to the driver, the Manchester wedding violinist.

Chasing My Dream

I have always had a love for music. However, I never knew that I could pursue a career in music. I had been working the same job for the past several years. I hated every minute of it, but I had to do something to put food on my table, take care of my family and pay my bills.

I recently decided that I was going to chase my dream. I have a natural talent for playing the violin, but I have recently started taking classes in order to improve my skills. My dream is to become an events violinist.

I have realized that there is a lot more to life than just working and paying bills. I want to really enjoy my life. That is why I have decided that I am going to chase my dream and live the life I want.

Can you hear me now?

When you think about old people in general, the first thing that may pop into your head is wrinkles, senial or loss of hearing. Not to be mean or insensitive, but you dread being around old people cause your either gonna have to yell or repeat yourself 100 times, turning a 3 minute conversation into a 45 minute long conversation on replay. It’s really annoying when they have the audacity to not even use Stockport hearing aids. Better yet, they have one and decides not to wear it or turn it on while you just so happen to be talking to them. Ironically at the end of the conversations they pause to say, “Let me put my hearing aid in.” Old people can be fun, but when you get tangled in their web it’s hard to make it out alive.


I have been a performer in the circus since I was nine years old. I love every day of it. One may think that we are all a bunch of odd balls and freaks but they are wrong. We are just normal folks not unlike anyone else. We laugh, we play, we work hard. The only difference is that our place of work is a public forum for all to see. I love it, God knows I love it so. The cheers and reaction of the crowds stimulates every one of my senses. The spot lights, the sounds of the performers swinging, dancing and taming. I watch not from the center ring but from beneath the sound of the crowd and action. I see the expression of each performer as they prepare their craft and I know I am in every performance for I prepare every performer. You see; I am a bridal makeup artist Manchester.