Magbility - expert help for the newly disabled Written by malcolm james pugh
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Magbility offer a full range of scooters to meet all your needs. Do you want a small compact boot scooter, that folds away in seconds to fit in boot of your car. Or maybe our midi range would suit your needs offering something a bit more robust and comfortable, but that will still fold away in you car boot. At top of range we have our best seller Invacare Auriga, truly a road performance scooter, and Strider Maxi, with a very stylish design and a range of 30 miles and many accessories. Phone us today and get our expert, impartial advice on which scooter would best suit your needs. Magbility provides all necessary daily living aids that make life so much easier for elderly and infirm. From simple items like easy to use can openers and bendable cutlery, through walking aid products like sticks and tri-walker shopping bags, to a comprehensive range of wheelchairs and all accessories to go with them. We have a wide range of beds, pillows and cushions designed to make your life more comfortable. Please call and discuss your specific needs with our expert, friendly staff today. For more information click this link http://www.retailersuppliersellercompanymakermanufacturerukengland.co.uk/magbility-index
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The First Impression is a Lasting ImpressionWritten by Linda Reeves
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formal. 4. The first date should be short and informal, about 2 hours. If after 10 minutes your are cringing in your seat and realize this is not one, you can cut it short and move on, however if you like them and it is going well, you can always extend date. 5. Do not discuss or bad mouth past partners, talk about your interests, your job, hobbies, etc. 6. Limit alcohol or plan a date where alcohol is not available. 7. Plan your outing at a public venue so as not to intimidate or create an uncomfortable atmoshere. 8. Thank your friend for a wonderful time (regardless) and DO NOT say "I'll give you a call" if you do not intend to do so. If meeting did not produce what you expected, be honest and tell them. Do not give someone false hope of a second date.
Enter this meeting with idea that you have a new friend, and plan and execute time based on that premise, if romance does not bloom, you still have a friend that you enjoyed talking to. Be conscientious and thoughtful, someday you could be on other side of that coin and surely you would appreciate honesty as well. Have fun, be open to any possibility and rejection, it is all part of cycle of life, enjoy ride.
Dove is a 47 year old advice columnist who writes for www.CupidsBlackbook.com . She lives in the American Midwest.