It's About Time Week on December, 2020: I havn't done 'it' in 2 weeks!?
It's About Time Week 2020. Cluster It's About Time: EXD'09 in
Well my longest break since I lost my virginity was 2 years, but i honestly don't think I can do that now since I have been having sex more regularly. Now I at least have sex once a month but more it's about once a week, my boyfriend cannot get enough right now. It's easy to want more when it is good, but if you have bad sex, it's easy to forget. I had a lot of bad sex in the beginning ha ha.
It's only been a week?
A week since what? Unprotected sex? If so, it's much too early. If your period is only a week late then it's a good time to test.
Do you guys it's national barefoot week?
Shoe Charity Announces 2nd Annual National Barefoot Week
Non-Profit Asks Churches to Step Up and Host Their Own "Barefoot Sunday" on June 7, 2009
Soles4Souls recently announced its 2nd Annual "National Barefoot Week," which will feature various events across the country during the first week in June. The celebration will culminate with "Barefoot Sunday" on June 7, 2009.
"Barefoot Sunday" is a unique opportunity for congregations to remove their shoes and walk out of worship services barefoot. The efforts of participating congregations will go toward helping put shoes on the feet of barefoot children around the world. The U.S. government estimates that over 300 million children around the world don't own a single pair of shoes.
In 2008, hundreds of organizations across the United States invited members to leave their shoes on the altar in order to demonstrate God's love to hurting people across the world with the simple gift of shoes. The process is simple; the message from the service will have lasting effects.
"This engaging event will not only leave a mark on the hearts of your entire congregation, but it will also help Soles4Souls continue their mission to 'Change the World One Pair at a Time,'" said Wayne Elsey, Founder and CEO of Soles4Souls. "Last year, hundreds of thousands compassionate church members helped transform our charity's goals into reality," said Elsey.
During the rest of "Barefoot Week," Soles4Souls will visit several cities across the United Sates and distribute thousands of pairs of new shoes in each city to local non-profits, such as homeless shelters. During "Barefoot Week 2008," the charity donated more than 325,000 pairs of new shoes to needy people in New Orleans, Atlanta, Miami, Detroit, and Taylor, Arizona (Indian Reservation). The cities for the 2009 distributions will be announced in the Spring of 2009.