October 9th, 2013 by kenmanzie
Sometimes its a good idea to get some good advice when it comes to dating, because in this world, sex and love is so confusing.
Here’s how you need to understand dating as a woman…
Click here for some amazing dating advice for women
He’s more distant and “needs his space.” Your partner seems to talk to you less and doesn’t want to spend as time with you as he did before. He also seems disinterested in your life or any concerns you may have. He’s less committed to spending time with you. He’s not as emotionally supportive. You feel as though there is an empty space between you two all of a sudden. All of these signs may point towards
No one’s perfect. Your date may not be your idea of the perfect male, but don’t attack his beliefs, his aspirations in life, his love for country music, or how much ketchup he uses to eat his fries. It’s rude. If your date’s poor taste in music is a deal breaker for you, don’t go out on another date with him. Don’t belittle him. No one is forcing you to commit to a relationship with anyone.
October 4th, 2013 by kenmanzie
Best Dating Advice on the Internet for women seeking men
Sometimes it takes a lot more to understand men and why they do the stupid things they do in dating, such as having causal sex without ever committing.
Don’t we all hate commitment phobic men?!
Here’s what the best dating advice sites are for women.
September 25th, 2013 by kenmanzie
Men and their behaviours…
Here’s something men do a lot… They pull away from us women!
I hate it, and it’s useless to try to do anything… he’ll just go play golf or drink beer.
Here’s a good article on why men pull away…
And us women over think this… Don’t we?
By doing all of that over thinking, instead of helping the situation, we end up making the situation worse. There goes our man, pulling even farther. And all we can do now is be angry at him, or blame him.
So why do men pull away one point in a relationship?
IT’s because of their hormones… their testosterone. that’s it!!!
There’s nothing to it, but their hormones that dictate what they do!
June 4th, 2013 by kenmanzie
The Friends of Oakura School Committee members again held the annual
‘Surf to Surf Fun Run or Walk’ event on Sunday, February 22nd. With the
extremely bad weather leading up to the event, initial entry numbers were
low. However, with better weather on the day of the event, late entry
numbers boosted the total to 369 entrants, who either walked or ran the 4km
or 9km courses. The prizegiving in the garden bar at Butler’s Bar & Café
saw many happy recipients of the 140 spot prizes. The winners of the major
prizes were Keegan Bruckner who won a $600 Mason Appliances voucher
and J G Coughtrey who won the main prize of a $1,200 travel voucher. Both
of these children are pupils at Oakura School. We would like to thank all of
the businesses that made donations for spot prizes, Oakura Four Square and
Butler’s Bar & Café, the major sponsors, and all entrants for making this a
fun and successful event. All proceeds from this event will go towards
purchasing shade cloth, to be erected in front of Rooms 1, 2 & 3. Friday
February 13th 2004 was Beach Clean-Up Day for the whole school at Oakura Beach, from Ahu Ahu Road to Corbett Park. This has been an
annual event since 1972 and one that the children enjoy and the community
benefits from. After picking up rubbish along the beach, the children
enjoyed a swim, a play in the sand and a hot sausage provided by the
Friends of Oakura School. Thank you to the NPDC for collecting the bags of
Our four Head Pupils for 2004 have been elected. They are Miaana Walden,
Melissa Harvey, Toby Andrews and Tyler Bevins. We extend our
congratulations to these pupils and wish them well in their new roles.