I'm trying to win wewe back playing not so much fairly perhaps :p Two chaps in a row is always a win
It wasn’t the dead-night anymore. But not even daytime yet, as a matter of fact, even if a gleaming blanket was hovering in the air now. It drifted through the dust, gilding it, making it glisten brightly. Everything looked like having a glow. Even the plastic fake-plants in the hall. Even the navy blue carpet on the ground. Even the long empty corridors ahead of him. It would have been one of his inayopendelewa hours of the siku - dawn breaking. If only those damn above-mentioned last one would stop...
That´s what Lisa thiks every moorning before go to work. She have breaksfast and sometimes she cries, bacause she will never be avaliable for loving him. She look herself in the mirror and thinks: "Poor woman, she can´t upendo him."
She, finally, go to the House md set. She fell terrible. The lights, the crew, the make-up. She say hi to Robert, and he tells her: "You´re late. David is waiting wewe for shot the new episode. Hurry up!"
She knows she is late and she knows the reason for it. She doesn´t want to see him because it´s too painfull.
Your use of space to communicate—an area of study known technically as proxemics—speaks as surely and as loudly as words and sentences. Speakers who stand close to their listener, with their hands on the listener’s shoulders and their eyes focused directly on those of the listener, communicate something very different from speakers who stand in a corner with arms folded and eyes downcast.
Spatial Distances Edward Hall (1959, 1963, 1976) distinguishes four proxemic distances: types of spatial distances that define the types of relationships between people and the types...