Posts Tagged ‘life’

“Be Happy…Not Because Everything Is Good, But Because You Can See The Good In Everything”


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“Remember the past, plan for the future, but live for today, because yesterday is gone and tomorrow may never come.”

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All Drifter Products Made With Pride in the USA.

Established in 1977, Drifter Sport and Travel Bags, Inc. began as a parachute rigging business. Our main customers, skydivers, demanded that their parachutes be made of the highest quality material available. Their lives depended on the quality of our products.

Later, the idea to create bags using these materials came to mind. “Who wouldn’t want a bag that is sturdy and durable, but light enough to carry?” And with that, production began and Drifter bloomed. For the last 35 years, Drifter has continually grown and adapted to the changes, as everyone has. But one thing that has not changed, is the desire to create the perfect bags for people everywhere, the kind of product that can prove itself to be sturdy, durable, and lightweight.

Expertly crafted in the Buckeye state, Drifter bags are made with outstanding quality. Styles are pretty amazing, too. There’s a Drifter bag for you whatever your occasion.

I LOVE IT The Drifter Daypack is the best back pack I’ve ever used. (tested from coast to coast – Malibu to Myrtle Beach) Just as claimed, this pack proved to be durable and lightweight. I love the simplistic look. With 2 pockets, it offers uncomplicated handiness for my stuff. Comfortable padded straps fit snug without binding. Hope you’re good at making decisions since it’s available in 24 colors. 


The Drifter Daypack is my “hands-free” favorite. 

Notes From Dawn received a Daypack from Drifter™ in exchange for an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.




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IMG_2921COFFEE with a friend is like capturing HAPPINESS in a cup


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Why is Monday so far away from Friday but Friday is so close to Monday?




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Use the website, WhenCanIReuseThisCalendar.comto find the calendar years that correspond. 

Your 2013 calendar is reusable in:

2019, 2030, 2041, 2047, 2058, 2069, 2075, 2086, 2097, and 2109.

In 2014, you can re-use calendars from these years:

2003, 1997, 1986, 1975, 1969, 1958, 1947, 1941, 1930, and 1919.

An older calendar can be a special gift when it’s for a year that’s significant to the recipient; i.e., a birthyear or the year of a graduation or a wedding.

Note: Some of the holidays may be on different day. And moon phases will definately be off. 


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My desktop background. (source: unknown)

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