the city in the future

I've stood a weight problem all my life. My parents bought me "huskies" while I would definitely grammar school. I wasn't an incredibly active kid. My parents always provided 3 good meals for me daily. School lunches were actually nutritious in those days. They weren't anything as if they are now with pizza, tacos, hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, sweet sodas and many types of kinds of chips and desserts. I hear chips are the main course especially with school girls. Today's kids don't have the opportunity. Then one day my husband gave me the best surprise ever and gave me the keys to our very own home as we were living in an apartment since we got married it was small and enough for our needs we were happy there but the feeling of own home is the best one. He believed that it was the necessary step and this was the only thing left in our concept of the perfect life. I went to see my house and it was beautiful. More than any other area we planned the furnishing of the room of our daughter and bought so much stuff. Now it was time to plan the shifting. Only two weeks were left and we had to get some furniture and also the heavy burden of shifting that made me worried because with a baby it is almost impossible to focus on anything like that. I discussed it with my husband he told me not to worry and told me about Man and Van services he told me that Aa Man and Van Clapham  is the best removal service for everyone and especially if you want to shift an apartment. They pack the entire thing with care and make sure that nothing breaks Aa Man and Van Clapham uses a good material for the packing and they have advanced techniques for removals. Not only that they unpack all the goodies afterward. Long before there have been machines to work out on and competitive sports to stay moving and before wars were being fought, man didn't think about conditioning as a way of keeping healthy. He simply knew if he didn't hunt, he wouldn't eat if he didn't run, something would hunt him. They were a down economy that focused simply on survival. William with his fantastic friend Jason bring their bicycles to the attic, shrink themselves, and embark on a journey. They meet Sir Simon as they is getting ready to leave for any tournament, and they stay at his castle. They spend time with a boy along with a girl with the castle and together. The girl tells them of your omen her grandmother, Calendar, kept repeating before she died. Sir Simon sent Calendar away to the convent as he thought she was crazy and he will not believe the omen. Few accept it but Calendar's granddaughter does. Jason and William believe it too.