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Akron Ohio Session Girl Ashley, MMA Star With Passion

From the sports world to being the cradle of important American values, the state of Ohio is filled with sensational reasons to pay her a visit.

At the premiere travel site Lonely Planet they say something similar in question form. “All right, time for your Ohio quiz. In the Buckeye State you can:1) buggy-ride through the nation’s largest Amish community; 2) lose your stomach on one of the world’s fastest roller coasters; 3) suck down a dreamy creamy milkshake fresh from a working dairy; or 4) examine a massive, mysterious snake sculpture built into the earth. And the answer is…all of these.”

Okay, minus the rollercoaster experience, we can think of some other reasons to visit Ohio like having a session with a gorgeous Ohio Session Girl.

There is Ashley Gambino. She resides in Akron. Let’s meet her.

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At her wb270.com profile she flexes, “I’m an accomplished Grappler, highly touted, and very popular MMA prospect with plans to one day fight in the UFC! I take video requests with little to no boundaries when it comes to brutality! I do personalized pictures and autographs. We can have a fantasy conversation via text.. If you can afford it I also Travel, Host, and Cook!”

Isn’t she fierce and sexy?

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You can email her at: bigtrapded@gmail.com  

You can also look her up online.  

If you make a decision to session with Ashley there is much more to do to supplement your trip.

The Proponents of Holistic Food Trends of Akron and Canton Ohio

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By Willi Hauselberg 

Ohio has been a leader in the trend to gain greater control of their food resources to build a healthy Ohio food system. Two cities that have embraced this concept of fresh and healthy food are Akron and Canton. Close in proximity, both cities have embraced the riches the local farmers have to offer.

What’s Available In and Around Akron?

Akron Ohio’s food includes a number of holistic and natural food eateries, that take advantage of the area’s natural offerings. Luigi’s Restaurant has been a popular eatery in Akron since 1949. Their commitment to natural ingredients and made from scratch products produce pastas, pizzas, and other Italian food has created a dedicated customer base which has kept this business a popular Akron eatery.

The Local Offerings of Canton Ohio

Angus McIntosh is the owner and chef of the Iris Restaurant located in downtown Canton. At the Iris summer menus include corn chowder made from local corn, salads made from ingredients grown in the area such as watermelon, tomatoes, and mint. The restaurant prides itself on the use of local ingredients and adjusts its menu according to the freshest available products. This is just one example of food in Canton Ohio.

An Area Favorite

Swenson’s Drive In has been a fixture in both the Akron and Canton areas. For over 75 years, Swenson’s has been offering hot fresh and made to order burgers. They use locally grown produce such as tomatoes and offer such popular local favorites as fried beef bologna, pulled pork, and sloppy joes sandwiches.

Growing and Cooking at Home

During the summer months, many home gardeners in Akron and Canton grow produce and can their harvests for the long Ohio winters. For cooking spices, many locals grow their own, buy from one of the local or organic markets or visit Penzey’s Spices in Cleveland. The drive is long but many local cooks enjoy the quality of the hand ground spices and the variety of blend choices ranging from Thai, Indian, Chinese, Italian to American.

See What’s Available In Your Area

You don’t have to live in Akron or Canton to enjoy fresh produce and meats and cheeses. Do a little research and you can find the best areas near you for what you’re looking for!

The author of this article knows the fact that Akron Ohio’s food has many specialties. The author has explained a lot about food in Canton Ohio and Akron Ohio’s food> in the articles.

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Amber Fox Sessions

Wild and wonderful is the world of female submission wrestling and what makes that world even more enjoyable is the continual infusion of Session Wrestlers.

We have a new girl we would like to introduce to you from a place we’ve never electronically visited in Lafayette, Louisiana.

Amber Fox is one beautiful girl and she loves to wrestle.

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At her WB270 Profile she smiles, “I will wrestle you, beat you up, lift you, and dominate you;) if you have any requests just ask I’m not shy to answer any questions you may have. My legs are super long and great for some hard scissoring.”

Sounds like Southern Comfort.

You can email her at amberfoxx44@gmail.com

If you make the decision to travel to Lafayette, you can have some additional fun.

Lafayette is a city located along the Vermilion River in southwestern Louisiana.

The city of Lafayette is the fourth-largest in the state, with a population of 127,657 according to 2015 U.S. Census estimates. It is the principal city of the Lafayette, Louisiana Metropolitan Statistical Area, with a 2015 estimated population of 490,488.

Lafayette is considered the center of Acadiana, the area of Cajun and Creole culture in Louisiana and the United States. It developed following the relocation of Acadians after their expulsion by the British from eastern Canada in the late 18th century following France’s defeat in the Seven Years’ War. There is also a strong Louisiana Creole influence in the area.

Lafayette is located on the West Gulf Coastal Plain. What is now Lafayette was part of the seabed during the earlier Quaternary Period. During this time, the Mississippi River cut a 325-foot-deep (99 m) valley between what is now Lafayette and Baton Rouge. This valley was filled and is now the Atchafalaya Basin. Lafayette is located on the western rim of this valley.

Lafayette, Louisiana

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By Heidi Ball

If you happen to be moving to Lafayette Louisiana, you’re sure to be please with the many exciting things to do there. With all the charm it offers from historic locations, to the fun of children’s museums, Lafayette is a great place to move a family.

First off, Lafayette offers Acadian Village, a park located on 32 acres. It is a recreation of a typical Cajun village from the 1800’s. Transformed into a community with waterways running through it, Acadian Village offers several authentic homes of the 19th century that were donated by families. They are complete with historic wooden pegs and mud walls, each carefully moved and restored to its original state. Some of the finest examples of landscape paintings are in the art gallery, and a blacksmith shop replica is there as well. It truly is a step back in time and it offers some fantastic entertainment throughout the year.

Cypress Lake may be one of the most beautiful swamp like lakes ever. Alligators, turtles, birds and fish are all there to see at this landmark habitat. It is fondly called “The Swamp”. It has a rich history and historic significance to the people of Lafayette.

Jefferson Street Market offers a unique shopping experience with its central location and 65 shops under one roof. Fine French antiques and fine art by regional artistes can be found here, and is a welcome sight to the town.

With Malls, performing arts center and also Universities, Lafayette is a great place to be with a little something for everyone.

If you are looking for Lafayette real estate, Re/Max Louisiana (http://remax-louisiana.com) can assist you. Heidi Ball is a freelance writer.

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Portland Session Girl

It is so easy to love Portland, Oregon.

From the fresh air and unique coffee shops to the friendly people, Portland is the best. That’s why so many movies are shot in Portland.

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For example the film Pay It Forward is a 2000 American dramaromance film based on the novel of the same name by Catherine Ryan Hyde. The film is set in Las Vegas in the present day, and it chronicles 12-year-old Trevor McKinney’s launch of a goodwill movement known as ‘pay it forward‘. Directed by Mimi Leder and written by Leslie Dixon, the film stars Haley Joel Osment as Trevor, Helen Hunt as his alcoholic single mother Arlene McKinney, and Kevin Spacey as his physically and emotionally scarred social studies teacher Eugene Simonet.

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The storyline goes when 11-year-old Trevor McKinney (Haley Joel Osment) begins 7th grade in Las Vegas, Nevada, his social studies teacher Eugene Simonet (Kevin Spacey) gives the class an assignment to devise and put into action a plan that will change the world for the better. Trevor’s plan is a charitable program based on the networking of good deeds. He calls his plan “pay it forward“, which means the recipient of a favor does a favor for three others rather than paying the favor back. However, it needs to be a major favor that the recipient cannot complete themselves.

The film was shot in Portland.

There is another reason to love Portland.

Ava is a sweet big sexy girl at a sensuous 190 pounds.

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Wow, look at her. Wouldn’t you love to tussle with her down on the mats?

Let’s meet her.

At her WB270 profile she smiles, “I’m primarily a dominatrix, although I find the term to be ill-suited. My primary pursuit is to get my head in synch with my body and those of my partner, regardless of activity.

I am unusually beautiful, soft, and around the 93rd percentile for height, and an estimated 80th percentile in terms of strength.

My backgrounds in belly dance, yoga, Pilates, and engineering, and experience working with the elderly has provided me with flexibility, a solid core, speed, and a thorough understanding of body mechanics and leverage.

Wrestling allows me to get in touch with the predatory part of myself, something I find few healthy outlets for in day to day life.

I like to invade the physical space of my partner, putting my mouth near their neck, pressing my face against theirs- showing them that, at this moment, I own them and they are completely vulnerable to me.

As a woman, I know that my physical strength is only a small part of my power. I employ my flexibility, speed, and sexuality to distract, surprise, and overwhelm my opponents.

I recognize that strategy is a major component of wrestling and use my knowledge of body mechanics to augment my natural strength and size.

I rent wrestling space in a dungeon in SW Portland by OSHU, but am happy to do outcall once a relationship and trust are established.”

Good to know.

Sounds like fun.

Her contact email is https://avakruger.com/contact/

Well, after having a session with Ava, what else can you do in Portland?

We have a visiting speaker with some great ideas.

5 Must-See Water Features in Portland, Oregon

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By Lucas Grant

The city of Portland is home to a wide variety of public fountains, many of them striking enough to mesmerize any plumber. Portland denizens appreciate having fountains where they can play and cool off in the summer months. The Portland Water Bureau maintains the city’s fountains, which are marvels of plumbing installation studied by tour groups and art students alike. Here’s a guide to enjoying Portland’s fountains this summer.

  1. Keller Fountain, SW 3rd & Clay
    Designed in 1971 by Angela Danadjieva, the Ira Keller Forecourt Fountain is simply stunning. Its blocky vertical face features “cliffs” where Portland’s aquatic-minded citizens enjoy perching on a hot summer’s day. Those more interested in sunbathing often sprawl out on the grassy areas surrounding the fountain. This jewel in the Portland plumbing system evokes the geography of the waterfalls in the Pacific Northwest.
  2. Rose Petal Fountain, SE 106th & Stark
    Located at 106th and SE Stark, the Rose Petal Fountain was designed in 1978. One of the only fountains in the area, the Rose Petal Fountain’s three spouts shoot recycled water over a rock installation known as the Stark Street Island. Because it’s one of the lesser-known fountains in Portland, the Rose Petal Fountain is wonderful for those hoping to catch some fun in the sun without fighting off crowds.
  3. Skidmore Fountain, SW 1st & Ankeny
    Dedicated to the memory of early Portland businessman Stephen G. Skidmore, the Skidmore Fountain was designed to allow dogs, horses, and humans to drink from its graceful spouts. Located deep in Old Town Portland, the fountain’s graceful design was inspired by the fountains of the 1878 Paris Expositions. According to a well-loved Portland story, native brew master Henry Weinhard offered to pump beer through the Skidmore Fountain at its dedication in 1888. Its central location in Old Town makes the Skidmore Fountain a lovely place to enjoy lunch from the Saturday Market or any number of downtown food carts.
  4. Salmon Street Springs, SW Salmon & Naito Parkway
    Tom McCall Waterfront Park, or just “Waterfront Park” for many Portlanders, brags one of Portland’s most famous and popular water fountains – the Salmon Street Springs fountain. This 137-jet display is called a “guessing fountain” because it is nearly impossible to predict where the water will come out next. An underground computer masterminds this Portland plumbing water show. The Salmon Street Fountain is a wonderful place to people watch.
  5. Holladay Park Fountain
    Like Salmon Street Springs, the Holladay Park Fountain’s programmed nozzles shoot water in playful arches over the heads of passers-by. Designers Murase Associates and Tim Clemen included a programmable system of valves and nozzles so as to add an element of spontaneity to the fountain.

As you can see, Portland plumbing is anything but boring once you know where to look! Even if you’re not a plumber, Portland has water features that will delight and fascinate your mind while refreshing your body. So, the next time the summer sun has got you feeling exhausted, pack some sun block and a picnic lunch and head to one of Portland’s charming water fountains.

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3 Mountains offers Portland plumbing services and plumbing installation tips to address all your plumbing needs, whether you hope to build an elaborate water fountain or just tweak the plumbing under your sink.

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Phoenix Muscle Girl

Feminine sexy girl with rock hard body can travel to wrestle or for sessions. If you want a session with me, please respond.

Isn’t that an ad that you would respond to?

Well we have just the right girl for you to meet in the Phoenix area.

Would you like to meet her?

Her friends and fans call her Latina Muscle.

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Hey? The princess speaks. “”I’m an amateur bodybuilder, and a fitness professional with a degree in health education. Some experience in boxing and wrestling. My combination of exotic looks, athleticism, thick glutes, strong pillared thighs, along with my outgoing personality is most attractive to all my clients.

However, their Dream Girl turns into a Nightmare once my powerful legs wrap around a man’s body, head, or leg, for he is FINISHED!

I truly enjoy the aspect of physical and mental control over a man, watching him weaken before my very eyes.”

Wow, exciting.

Here is what a happy customer had to say about her on December 12, 2016. “I just had a session with Latina Muscle from Arizona.  Wow!!!!  Absolutely Amazing!!!!  We set up our session via email.   She is incredibly beautiful and is very sweet and has the most devastating scissor hold on earth.  I had an outstanding wrestling session with her and will be scheduling another session soon.”

You can email her at: latinaruth18@gmail.com

If you travel to Phoenix, there is so much to see and do. We’ve been there several times and love the heat and the city vibe.

Let’s talk some more about Phoenix.

By Julie Marshall Srednicki 

Move to Phoenix AZ and Say Goodbye to Winter

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Phoenix, the capital of Arizona is located in the Salt River Valley in the southern central area of the state and is surrounded by mountains on all four sides. More than 20 surrounding communities cover 514 square miles situated in the lush Sonoran desert, considered to be the most beautiful desert in the world. The climate is warm, with low humidity and average temperature of 72.6 degrees and sunshine approximately 325 days per year. For this reason Phoenix is popularly known as the Valley of the Sun.

Over the last decade Phoenix has experienced a 24% population increase making it the 5th largest city in the country. With 4.3 million people and counting, Phoenix is ranked the second fastest growing metro area in the country. Approximately 50,000 people choose to relocate to the Valley of the Sun each year. Much of Phoenix’s popularity for those moving into the area can be attributed to a strong job force, quality schools, friendly business environment, reasonable cost of living, affordable housing thereby offering something for everyone from growing families with children, young singles as well as retirees.

10 million visitor annually, making tourism a major contributor to the city’s economy. Phoenix is home to many high profile luxury resorts such as the Arizona Biltmore Resort, Arizona Grand Resort and the recently remodeled Camelback Inn. Visitors are offered an endless variety of activities and attractions from sightseeing to arts and culture and festivals that keep them coming back year after year. Phoenix is also a popular spot for business conventions. The Phoenix Civic Plaza and Convention Center has been the city’s premier meeting venue for over 3 decades.

Phoenix offers an exciting diversity of old west history, culture and activities for every age. It is home to major professional sports teams including Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Suns and Arizona Cardinals. Outdoor lovers can enjoy miles of hiking and biking trails offering breathtaking scenery. Valley Metro recently developed a 20 mile light-rail transit system that navigates throughout phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. There are dining options for every palate, a shopper’s paradise of malls and charming boutiques, Vegas style casinos and resorts and top ranked entertainment of all types. Healthcare is second to none with over 100 top healthcare facilities to serve both residents and visitors.

Phoenix has long been recognized for its strong job growth, especially in the areas of aerospace, bioscience and high-tech. Even after the recent economic slowdown, the Phoenix job market continues to grow at a steady rate, thus making it highly attractive for those looking to relocate for this reason. Phoenix houses a notable list of top Fortune 500 employers from education, government, healthcare, technology and manufacturing sectors. Some employers of note include Intel, US Airways, Honeywell Aerospace, Raytheon and Bank of America.

Schools are always an important consideration when choosing to relocate. Phoenix offers quality education and its commitment is evident in student’s performing above national averages in reading and math on standardized tests according to the Arizona Department of Education. With the recent upsurge in population each school district has been successful in expanding to accommodate this growth. There are currently 58 school districts with 400 public schools. In addition, 200 unique charter and private schools offering specialized course work serves over 600,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

Higher education offers students exceptional opportunities to excel in over 79 colleges, trade schools and universities such as internationally renowned Arizona State University, University of Phoenix and Grand Canyon University to name a few. The huge Maricopa Community Colleges network offers 11 colleges located on various campuses. It is nationally known for its programs in gerontology, dental hygiene, fire science, mathematics art and graphic design.

It is without question that Phoenix is a great place to live. From the urban city charm of numerous historic districts, contemporary loft living and lush condo developments sprinkled throughout a vibrant downtown to a variety of quiet suburban neighborhoods, there is a lifestyle option for anyone looking to relocate to Phoenix. The overall median home price in Phoenix has experienced steady growth thanks to the nation’s strong economic recovery. The good news is that despite steady growth, prices still remain very affordable. As of June 2013 the median price of a single family home in Maricopa County (Phoenix Metro) was $211,000. Based on a finance rate of 4.5% and 10% down, your base mortgage payment would be approximately $1,100 plus property taxes and homeowners insurance. Wherever you choose to live in the beautiful Valley of the Sun, you’ll find the perfect neighborhood to suite your unique lifestyle.

Julie Marshall Srednicki is a full time licensed real estate agent who has been helping individuals and families realize their real estate investment dreams in Arizona since 2002. She has assisted buyers and sellers with residential real estate transactions throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area. Julie works aggressively to find the perfect home for each buyer and walk them through each step of the home buying process. Her outstanding customer service and exceptional negotiation skills is why she continues to receive referrals from past and present clients. Julie is a Superior Court Real Estate Special Commissioner as well as a member of the National Association of Realtors and Scottsdale Association of Realtors. Julie holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Rochester and was a registered Commodities Trading Advisor. Both Julie and her husband Mike were international financial consultants among other successful business endeavors.

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Trust And Sessions

She is beautiful, smart, athletic, down to earth and trustful.

The above statement describes so many Female Submission Wrestlers that I have met. If you analyze the statement closely, what would you say is the powerful and complimentary word in that sentence?

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May I offer my opinion?

I would say the word trustful. You notice I didn’t phrase it that she can be trusted. In most cases that’s a given.

What I’m emphasizing is that she trusts you.

Recently I had an experience where I sessioned with a beautiful competitor in a hotel room. I paid her up front to build trust and be consistent with my principle that I live by that when working with female submission wrestlers, they should always get the money “before” the session begins, not after.

She then paid me an even greater compliment.

She left the money on the dresser and began to gather her things to take a shower as we would dine afterwards. I insisted that she put her money away in a safe place. She smiled and replied that normally she would, but because she was with me she wasn’t concerned.

That made swell with pride and joy that she trusted me on that level.

George MacDonald was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister. He was a pioneering figure in the field of fantasy literature and the mentor of fellow writer Lewis Carroll. He was quoted as saying, “To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved.

That is so true.

I have a close friend who shared an experience with me that made it a challenge to ever trust people again though he knew that he had to if he was to continue to engage and grow in his life.

For years, unknown to him, he was a person of extremely low self-esteem with all of the usual suspects. He was eager to please, in relationships he gave far more than he received and above all trusted too much in the wrong people. He refused to look at their defined behavior which would be more reflective of who they actually were as opposed to the rose colored view that he had air brushed them with.

Certain events in his life occurred that forced him to re-evaluate all of his relationships and to his horror he began to understand that his friends and relatives didn’t respect him and consistently took advantage of him.

As a result he severed ties with most of them but the most difficult challenge that faced him as he began to walk in new worlds was to trust people again.

His new approach was to trust……..but verify.

In our great industry, the relationship between the female session wrestler and her customers often boils down to trust. As a writer, I have heard so many stories about how our Fem Competitors become frustrated with potential customers contacting them to session then cancelling on them, thereby ruining any opportunity to make money in that time slot lost.

They also find it annoying when some want to take up their time “for free” with a lot of idle chatter and tire kicking.

Trust of course is a two way-street so let’s briefly examine ways that both session wrestler and customers can build trust with one another.

The toughest thing about the power of trust is that it’s very difficult to build and very easy to destroy. The essence of trust building is to emphasize the similarities between you and the customer.……….Thomas J. Watson

Mr. Thomas John Watson, Sr. was an American businessman. He served as the chairman and CEO of International Business Machines, and oversaw the company’s growth into an international force from 1914 to 1956.

Here are three suggestions from wikihow.com

Be predictable. A lot of people believe that mixing things up makes a great relationship. First, although surprises are nice from time to time, stability and uniformity will strengthen, and are far more important in a relationship. Uniformity sounds boring, and we would all like some surprise in our life, but you need to be predictable to make things work in the long run. Predictability builds trust.

Be Reliable. Trust is just another way of saying you can rely on someone. You trust your partner to do certain things no matter what at all times. This trust builds security in a relationship. The same thing is true when you are able to depend on all the other things that happen in a relationship to be just as reliable.

Mean what you say. Whatever you say, keep it simple and actually mean it, otherwise why say it?

Trust has to be earned, and should come only after the passage of time.…….Arthur Ashe

Motivational speaker and expert Mr. Michael Hyatt at michaelhyatt.com essentially says the same thing in a more colorful way.

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Keep your word. This is where it starts. People have to learn that they can count on you to deliver on your promises. If you commit to following up on something, do it. No excuses. If you can’t do it, proactively let the other person know. Also, be prompt to meetings. Tardiness also erodes trust. Sometimes, circumstances beyond your control prevent this, but you can’t allow it to become a habit. And, if you are late, apologize. Show some empathy and explain briefly why you were late.

Tell the truth. This is harder than it sounds. Most of us like to think of ourselves as truth-tellers. But it’s easy to round the numbers up, spin the facts, or conveniently leave out the evidence that doesn’t support our position. But if we are going to build trust, then we have to commit ourselves to telling the truth—even when it is difficult or embarrassing. People are more forgiving than you think. (Witness all the celebrities who have publicly blown it, apologized, and received a pass.) They don’t expect you to be perfect. However, they do expect you to acknowledge your mistakes and to come clean when you screw up.

There are tremendous benefits to building trust in our dynamic industry. For our Fem Competitor, she makes more money. For the customer involved, he or she will attain a far richer experience.

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