The Best Time Of Hiring The Escorts Bangalore

Summary: Know the best time of hiring the service of the Escorts Bangalore. You can get maximum fun if you book the escorts in the right occasion.

Is there any right time of being happy? Actually, no; you can make yourself happy anytime anywhere. The same rule applies in the case of hiring the service of beautiful and smart escorts in the city of Bangalore. You can hire them anytime anywhere to make yourself happy. There are lots of people who think that there must be a certain time that is perfect for hiring these gorgeous divas. But the fact is you can book their service for any occasion. Generally, people love to have such ravishing beauties at their surroundings and feel highly positive while having their company in any party or social event.

Day Or Night

Hire the escort girls for one night is a common practice. Normally, people have their leisure time at night and want to relax at that time. What could be more relaxing than having the warm company of the Escorts Bangalore? Thus, it is seen that most of the clients call the girls at night. However, there is not hard and fast rule for that. You can book their service in the morning as well. If you think that you need the company of a smart and lovely girl in the afternoon to make your day a perfect one, then you can call her at that specific time as well.

Some Special Occasions

There are some special occasions when these girls get the maximum calls from their clients. These are the occasions like the New Year, Christmas, Diwali or other holidays when people are in a festive mood and have some time in their hands for celebrating life in a fun-filled manner. They find it a great idea of hiring the professional escorts in such occasions to make them more remarkable and entertaining.

Whenever You Feel It

No matter when you are calling the escort girls, the main motto of hiring their service is to offer yourself some moment of refreshment, pleasure and satisfaction. That means, you can have all these anytime you want. Whenever you feel that you need it, you can call her. Whenever you think that you need the company of an alluring and charming girl, you can go for it without any hesitation.

Summer Backyard Staycation Fun In Your Own Swimming Pool

When it comes to cool fun under the hot summer sun, there’s nothing better than jumping into a swimming pool. Having your own swimming pool offers vacation fun without the hassle of packing up the family and dealing with busy roadways and frustrating airline travel. If you have your own swimming pool you can amp up the fun by purchasing a few new toys or accessories. With the money you will save on gasoline or airline tickets, you can upgrade your swimming pool, enhance your outdoor living area, or even add a spa or hot tub.

Adults and children both love the opportunity to frolic in the swimming pool and it’s not only a great way for some family bonding time, but it’s a great way to sneak in exercise as well. Your children can add to their fun by inviting a few friends over for an impromptu pool party. Because you have the swimming pool, it’s a party waiting to happen and all you have to do is add in some snacks, drinks a few swimming pool toys and voila – they’re all set. All you have to do is sit back on the deck and supervise.

If your children are avid swimmers look for toys they can jump into the water and dive for – those toys will make for a great game of treasure hunting. Look for diving eggs, sticks or rings; you want to make certain none of the toys are small enough to get stuck in a filter or drain screen. Also, if your children are jumping or diving into the water, you must be even more diligent to make certain no one gets injured and that no one runs into trouble underwater. Remember too, unless you have an inground pool with a deep end, there is no diving allowed and impress upon the swimmers that they shouldn’t jump into the water unless there is a clear spot. If your children aren’t swimmers, they can still bob under water and retrieve items tossed into the shallow end of the pool.

Pick up some blow up beach balls or rafts for the swimmers. Beach balls lead to an immediate game of “volley ball” regardless of whether you have a net and rafts lend themselves to floating and relaxation. If you and your kids are into active water sport games, consider adding a basketball hoop that’s specifically designed for swimming pools. You can play a pick-up game or HORSE.

If you or your children want to try some more solo-type activities pick up some motorized pool toys – think sharks or submarines. The motorized toys can be used by the kids to see who can catch it first, or who is fastest – the children or the toys.

Making Birthday Parties Fun For Kids and Adults With Great Party Invitations and Ideas

Birthdays are meant to be enjoyed by all. But sometimes games and activities that are enjoyed by kids aren’t necessarily enjoyed with the same √©lan as the grown ups. It takes a little planning, but it is possible to host a party that can be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Pick games and activities that partner kids and grown ups and all of your guests will be having a great time.

Invitations
Start your kid and adult friendly party with the perfect birthday invitation. Make a note that you’ll be planning on entertaining kids and adults. By giving adults a ‘heads up’ about the planned activities you’ll have them ready to be engaged in activities and games. Also, if your games are going to be played outside, you might want to make a special note of this on your birthday invitation. Getting your guests to arrive in the proper attire will go along way towards making your big day a hit.

Get some help
You might want to enlist some extra helping hands to keep the kids entertained. If you’ve got some baby sitters on call you might want to have them help you if you’ve got large group of kids. You might even want to consider hiring a ‘host’ to keep the kids entertained. This will give the adults a chance to mingle with the other grown-ups and enjoy the adult party of the party. Make a note on your birthday invitations if you’ve decided to hire help and this way the adults won’t have to worry about chasing their birthday guest around for the afternoon.

Games
Most party games are aimed at kids – or at least the kid in all of us. Pick games that kids and parents can play together. A three-legged race, water balloon toss or egg balance game are all kids games that adults can enjoy, too. A rousing game of kick ball or baseball might be a fun activity if your yard is big enough. If you’re hosting your party indoors, make sure you’ve got plenty of interactive video games – bowling, tennis, etc. These games are great fun for kids and adults. If you are planning outdoor games, note this on your birthday invitation so your guests bring their sneakers.

On-site events
Planning your event at a restaurant, arcade bowling alley, local recreation center or community pool can be a great way to entertain kids and adults. Most of these locations have activities that are great for kids and adults. Bowling and swimming can be great fun for kids and adults alike. Or try finding a recreation center near you with kid and grown up activities like a climbing wall. This gives parents and kids a great chance to bond and accomplish something together. This makes a recreation center a perfect place for a birthday party. And these games and activities can make for a great birthday invitation.

While kids and adults may not agree on activities, they can both enjoy an afternoon of fun and games at a birthday party. Keep the kids occupied and get the adults to join in the fun and you’re all set for a great birthday for kids of all ages.

10 Pool Safety Tips & Pool Games to Strengthen Swimming Skills

School is out, summer is here, and it’s hot. Let’s hit the pool. Just be sure to make safety your first priority.

Death by drowning is the number one leading accidental cause of death for children ages 1 to 4. These fundamental rules will help keep your children safe in the pool but every situation involving water may have its own unique risks. Make sure you are aware of the particular risks for boating, canoeing, swimming at the beach and any other activity where water is present or close by.

Never leave a child unattended in the water or near the water. Never. Assign a designated person to be the lifeguard and be sure everyone knows who is watching the kids.
Avoid distractions. Put away the cell phone or magazine and anything else that may take your eyes off the prize.
If you need to leave the pool area take the kids with you. Don’t be tempted to leave them in the pool alone for even a moment.
Teach children how to swim at an early age.
Brush up on your own swimming skills and make sure anyone watching the kids knows how to swim.
Install appropriate barriers, fences, covers, alarms and locks on and around the pool and spa area. Be sure these measures are in place if your child is visiting a home with a pool or spa.
Teach children to stay away from pool and spa drains.
Keep rescue equipment on the pool deck such as a shepherds hook or life preserver and know how to use them.
Purchase the correct flotation devices. Do your own research for safe, age appropriate devices but never use them as a substitute for adult supervision.
Establish pool rules and enforce them. Let your children learn that the consequence of disobeying the rules is: NO SWIMMING.

Games are a fun way for the family to enjoy the pool and will strengthen everyone’s swimming skills.

Water Ballet

Show off your dance moves in the water. Each team comes up with a water dance routine. Add props such as hats, noodles or boogie boards. Give them 60 seconds to show their best moves and then assign points for creativity, silliness, best synchronized, etc.

Colors

One player will be “It” and will stand with their back to the pool. The other players will think of a color and keep it to themselves. “It” will call out one color at a time. If your color is called out, you must try to swim across the pool without “It” hearing you. If “It” hears movement in the water “It” can jump in the water and tag the swimming player. The tagged player then becomes the “IT”.

Dolphin Race or Relay

This game can be played as a race with two players or as a relay with teams. Players must push a beach ball across the length of the pool using only their noses. If they use their hands they must start over. The first player or team to reach the end of the pool wins.

Swimming is a great recreational sport for people of all ages. So splash in and swim safe.

Lee Hawkers – A 1960s Cape Breton Adolescent Hide-‘n-Seek Game – A Precursor to Paint Ball?

There are segments of sociology, found perhaps only on Cape Breton Island, that need to be recorded, if not studied. The game of “Lee Hawkers” is such a segment; a common summer night cry of “1-2-3 Lee Hawkers” heard from the woods surrounding the New Waterford neighbourhood of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. This game of modified hide-and-seek involving two teams was part of teen years in the mid-1960s. Lee Hawkers was a creative hide-and-seek game played in the specific suburban area of New Waterford called River Ryan/Scotchtown.

The River Ryan/Scotchtown area was, and still is today, a residential community. Unlike today back then the neighbourhoods were more widely interlaced with forests and fields. Throughout the 1960s, summer days would see teenaged boys playing baseball, pitching horseshoes, building forts in the woods, shooting practice rounds with BB guns , or biking out of town to Kilkenny Lake for a swim. But what would these typically testosterone-driven males do for night-time fun? What mischief could they find cloaked in the darkness of sultry summer nights?

The mischief arose when the child’s game of Hide-and-Seek morphed into a more adult oriented game involving two teams, a ‘jail’ and few, but specific, rules of engagement around being captured and being freed from jail. The best recollection is that this after dark game was originally a male only sport. Two teams of male teens would take turns being the captured (Hiders) or the captors (Seekers). To begin, in a clearing, a field or in someone’s dirt driveway, using a tree branch or the heel of a player’s boot or sneaker, a large circle (6-8 feet in diameter) would be roughly marked in the sun-baked ground. This would become the jail into which the captured Hiders would be thrown by the Seekers.

To capture or catch a hiding member of the opposing team, the Seekers would start their hunt in the dark wooded areas for any Hiders. It’s dark. It’s the forest. Seekers could jump out at a Hider… so usually the hunt was carried out in pairs of Seekers. But why the name Lee Hawkers? Read on… once a Hider was isolated, according to the original rules of seek and capture, a Seeker would be required to spit (yes a hawker!) on the Hider, pound them on the back while yelling “1-2-3 Lee Hawkers”. This marked the Hider as a “catch” or “captured”. The Seekers would lead the captured Hider back to jail (the circle) for safe keeping. The “Lee” (short for leeward) in “Lee Hawkers” was a obvious warning that you should spit, or hawk, in the direction of the wind to avoid getting hit with your own spit (ugh!). And so this spitting, or hawking – the “1-2-3 Lee Hawkers” capture sequence – would be repeated until all the Hiders were caught and in jail. Once all the Hiders were captured, the teams would switch roles – Seekers would become Hiders and Hiders would become Seekers. Hide. Catch. Jail. Switch. Were that the game was so simplistic. The game was a more complicated and a whole lot more dynamic because jailed Hiders could be freed from “jail”. Say what!

The jail was guarded by a couple Seekers. These Guard Seekers remained on high alert to prevent Hider teammates from freeing their jailed buddies. If an uncaptured Hider ran through the jail then all jailed Hiders were now technically freed from jail, free to run back into the forest and hide once again. How could the Seekers stop these repeated breakouts?

The trick was to catch these rogue Hider breakout experts before they ran through the jail. By using the same capture 1-2-3 sequence (hawking, back pounding, yelling “1-2-3 Lee Hawkers”) it would not only stop a breakout attempt but also result in a fresh Hider capture. “Off to jail with ya!” At this point in the evolution of Lee Hawkers you have a teen male-dominated, hawkin’ ‘n hittin’, after dark, hide ‘n seek game. A bit messy, somewhat primitive, but relatively harmless.

Enter the teen girls. They want to play. Co-ed Lee Hawkers. This had new possibilities, new promise. Hmmm, a thought. A thought that met an age-old goal – have some fun while you find a mate. Just like the Stag Line (see the Ezine article: “The “Stag Line” – A Cape Breton Dance Hall Etiquette (Part of Cape Breton Social Heritage)”), Lee Hawkers seems to have evolved from an excuse for a dating game wrapped in the guise of team sports. Or was Lee Hawkers a primitive form of the game now called Paint Ball? Could Paint Ball splats of color have replaced the spit, or hawker, in the culturally historical Cape Breton game of Lee Hawkers? Or was this game called Lee Hawkers simply a ruse by teenage boys to play with the girls? Surely these are questions requiring further discussion.

The girls were in the game. But first the spitin’ and hawkin’ had to go! And so it did. Lee Hawkers became a more gentile sport for the combined sexes. Catching a Hider now involved only “rapping” (lightly pounding) a girl Hider on the back while yelling “1-2-3 Lee Hawkers”. Since the new rules eliminated hawking, Hiders about to be captured, would no longer run to avoid the ‘guber’. Instead Hiders would resist capture by the Seeker by lying on their back to prevent from being rapped. Based on the size/strength ratio of Seeker-to-Hider, the attempt(s) to flip and “back rap” could turn out to be quite an extended tussle. Sometimes it would require the efforts of 2 or more Seekers to flip and rap a potential captured Hider.

Now let your imaginations fill in the blanks here. Imagine what happened when the Hider was a female, the Seeker was a male. Hider – female. Seeker – male. Tussle. If the Seeker was a male, and he discovered a female Hider, he would never call for help from his Seeker teammates. This is the part where subtle changes in the ‘unwritten’ rules came into effect when the girls joined the game. The effort was always different in these female-to-male capture encounters. There was an unspoken adjustment in the game rules and a somewhat neutralizing of male brute force. The male Seeker would tussle gently with the female Hider until she could be flipped or rolled off her back, and the male Seeker’s was able to tap her back combined with the cry “1-2-3 Lee Hawkers”. It was amazing the length of time it took for one strong teen male to perform a simple 45 to 90 degree roll of a female to gain access to her back. It must that unexplainable physics of females!

Like the game of Lee Hawkers so goes dating, and so goes love. The brute strength in hormone-driven games is neutralized. It becomes gentler. It emotes the chemistry of sexual attraction. And so goes life.

Lee Hawkers was one of those 1960s Cape Breton (or at least a Scotchtown – River Ryan) phenomena that, perhaps just like the Stag Line, was a dating game ritual wrapped in the guise of team sports. Or maybe it was the pre-cursor to today’s Paint Ball. Whatever it was, it sure was memorable!

Carl Chesal is a business development consultant, trainer, photographer, and avid snowmobiler. He owns BizFare Enterprise Inc, Foursight Marketing and Consulting, and Foursight Photography, which provide business, marketing, and internet marketing consulting services. He also operates a number of e-commerce web-sites: My Leather Expressions custom bags, Cool Comfort Wear Casual Clothing [http://www.coolcomfortwear.com] and Pewter Expressions – Pewter Collectibles.