HOW TO GET WINE STAINS OUT OF CARPET. HOW TO GET WINE
How To Get Wine Stains Out Of Carpet. 3 Foot Round Rugs.
How To Get Wine Stains Out Of Carpet
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28/365 Moving on.
This weekend at the beach, Me & Hannah had a really good talk. We sat on the top balcony of the beach house, basically the roof, and just poured into what we would change about life and how much the people around us have changed. It might sound dumb but I think that conversation changed me a little...I've realized how off track I am and how in just a few years I have messed up so deeply. So here's my story..and how Im changing.
I was born, raised, and currently reside in Kingsburg, California. It's really small and there are more churches than places to eat. I was baptized as a catholic but my family was never really religious. In Junior high I went to Kingsburg Community Church (KCC) with a lot of my friends, and got pretty involved in it. However Freshman year came and along with becoming a member of the cheer squad, I got my first boyfriend. Things changed and my friends shifted, but I still managed to squeeze in some time for church. After all that was what kept me on the right path. My first love ended and I was very bitter, to say the least. I cut myself alot for his attention, and sometimes it worked. Eventually it didnt, and I resorted to Drinking. By this time I never went to church, and didnt keep in touch with my old friends. I drank a lot, and partied with a group of older girls that I had thought were my friends. Drama happened and i left that group, but my desire to rebel didnt. I even stole my parents wine and brandy when they were asleep and drank by myself, I still have the puke stains in the carpet to prove it. Then one night I was out with one of my oldest friends since fifth grade, and we both agreed to do a line of Coke. Im not sure why I did it, but that wasn't the last time either. I tried weed & by this time smoked cigarettes quite frequently although hardly anyone knew. I guess I just got caught up in everything. Once the School year started I slowed down, but just barely. Ive only done coke twice and weed three of four times, which I suppose is pretty good compared to some people I know, but still having done all that by the time I was fifteen is not something Im proud of. I havent done much lately besides smoking and a few occurences of drugs and alcohol, but as of last night Im done with it all. I always though that i was "living life", but looking back that was no way to live at all. I am very serious about photography now and want to do everything I can to succeed at it...that means staying sober. Not only for me, but my friends and family. I guess I never really saw it clearly until last night on the roof, but Im so glad I did. I love taking pictures of hannah because something about her translates so well into pictures, her joy and just amazing outlook on life. Hannah said she was going to write letters to everyone who's changed her life in some way, so here's my letter to her. You inspire me :)
More barrels in the caves at Robert Sinskey Vineyards. I think they had just sprayed them (with water?), so the red stripe down the middle from storing red wine was more obvious.
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