Time is 7:00 pm every night that 8 people RSVP by Twitter to Charfair the night before. I don't order the cake until 8 people come, so BRING YOUR BUDDIES!!!
If you consider yourself a genius you can come. If you think of yourself as almost a genius, you might be a genius!
There is a private dining room. Instead of sex toys (Slumber Party)
there will be a workshop for people sitting in chairs who will practice
communication for 1 to 2 hours. Folks Restaurant has music. A chocolate
cake will be provided by me. RSVP required by email or twitter. This
event is free. Dinner and drinks are not provided unless you want water.
The limit is 8 people plus me.
This is a great way to meet other women who want to go to movies, use
the #InstantBuddy (twitter) and be FRIENDS of all ages and practice
empowerment near Hiram, GA.
Check out Murder on the Silver Comet Trail @ Amazon to find out more
about me, and check out IMVC.org to find out what I do with my spare
time! Watch the free documentary! My blog is
if you are REALLY curious. The nonprofit Fear Thou Not is LISTED on the
calendar as a supporter for the sheriff of Paulding County. Donations
accepted at the party and at the blog. I will have a form if you want to
give feedback to the national office! The donations go to promote the
Instant Buddy System and pay for getting the word out that women can
PREVENT CRIME by sticking together!
Saturday, July 21, 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNKksCOPDjs Cut and paste please.
These are directions for making a poncho for people to use on the shoulder or as a lap quilt or to keep the core warm. They take 20 minutes to make with fleece and a little longer out of natural materials.
If you hoard, you don't need to buy anything. If you know of people you want to help, the price of remnants is small.
#InstantBuddy #BuddySystem on Twitter, Guys don't ask women to be an #InstantBuddy. The woman may have a permit and a gun and you may freak her out. Women can help other women by getting into the habit of going as a Buddy, and being an INSTANT BUDDY. Fear Thou Not gave Ms. Rosalind Sconiers a tent for homeless people as a door prize. She came to the talk I had about rund raising.