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I am Alethenia the godess of water i can change the weather, time and most everything. I could be a tree in your backyard you’ll never know… P.S. I am not evil.


  • By Lillie, May 26, 2012 @ 10:03 pm

    hi shade i love u mom

  • By shade, June 4, 2012 @ 11:57 pm

    post coments at home on your fave subgect! ::):

  • By shade, June 4, 2012 @ 11:58 pm

    :) *

  • By Plamen, July 26, 2012 @ 3:45 pm

    I would try contacting the bnesuessis that have accessible parking about the matter. I live in the US, and I called our local Wal-Mart about the fact that they put their cart corrals so far away from the handicapped parking spaces. I told them that I used those spaces, and because I have difficulty walking more than 20 or 30 feet without being able to sit down, I always left my shopping cart near my parking space (which I didn’t like doing). That it was counter-productive to have accessible parking close to the store and then make it impossible for disabled people to corral their carts easily after shopping.Not only did our local Wal-Mart move their cart corrals closer to the accessible parking spaces (right next to them in some cases), the Wal-Marts in most of the towns I’ve been to lately have done the same thing (where my son lives, 3 hours away from me, and the WM in the town 20 miles away, just as an example).I don’t know if anyone else had called and complained about it, but I was polite and made it as a suggestion that it would make it easier on the people who had to gather the carts out of the lot, easier on the people who have to drive through the parking lot (not having to try and miss hitting carts on windy days), and much easier on disabled customers. Seems like it worked, and for more than just my local store.

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