• The Ancient Booer:Boo. Boo. Boo.
  • Buttercup:Why do you do this?
  • The Ancient Booer:Because you had love in your hands, and you gave it up.
  • Buttercup:But they would have killed Westley if I hadn't done it.
  • The Ancient Booer:Your true love lives. And you marry another. True Love saved her in the Fire Swamp, and she treated it like garbage. And that's what she is, the Queen of Refuse. So bow down to her if you want, bow to her. Bow to the Queen of Slime, the Queen of Filth, the Queen of Putrescence. Boo. Boo. Rubbish. Filth. Slime. Muck. Boo. Boo. Boo.

haeliconia asked:

I'm looking into getting my tattoo removed as well and I was wondering how small yours is and how much each session it costs? I have small black tattoo on my finger.

Hey! My tattoo is pretty small, it’s about 2.5 by 1.5 inches.  I’ve had two sessions now, and it will take at least two more sessions, possibly three. I actually lucked out with the price of it and found a Groupon for it!  Usually they’ll let you buy two Groupons for the same deal, so I paid $39 for each session so far, for what would have likely cost me $125/session.  I’ve also seen a few vouchers on Livingsocial for about $59/session, so I highly recommend checking both websites on a regular basis to cut down on the costs.  Best of luck to you!

I am beginning to think that I am a natural sales person.  I really have a knack for it!

Today I gave my second tour and it went much better than the first.  I think it may be a hot lead even.

They came in looking for another AL Community that is just down the street.  I explained to them where it was, and then explained who we are and what we do, and told them that if they came back after their appointment there, I’d be more than happy to give them a tour.


They came back and I sat with them and listened for about 40 minutes about their Mom.  This is almost the hardest part about sales: shut up and listen.  Because yes, I’ve heard most of what they’re going to say before and I probably have a solution or suggestion that would help.  That’s not what the customer is looking for.  They just want someone to actively listen to what they have to say, to sympathize and empathize.  Something I learned early on (it’s still early on) is that the first thing you sell to people is yourself.    So I listened for about 40 minutes, assessed what program their mom might be appropriate for, and then gave them a full tour of our Early Stage Program.  They loved it and remarked on how homelike it was.

On the way out I handed them the brochure with MY business card inside.  They stated that I had been very thorough.  I told them how lovely it was to meet them, and if they had any questions to please give me a call.

Boy, this is pretty easy you guys!  And fun!