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Life at Age 55 in the United States

Did you know in the United States when you reach 55 years old, you're consider a senior citizen? Carmina realized being one year to become fifty-five years old she can take advantage of the benefits when you're visiting the United States. Certain stores provide a discount when you shop at their store example in Seafood City Supermarket it is 12% from your purchases on every Tuesday. Ross Dress for Less Store every Tuesday is 10% off your purchase. Basically, you can gain a pension from support from the government to apply for low income when you want to start a life living back in the United States if you wanted too without having an income. Just visiting the United States if your 55 years old has a lot of benefits that some people are not aware of for example the friends I've spoken too. Did you know you can purchase a house that is for the 55 years and up for Retirement and 55+ Communities?  Carmina's friends have been informing when you're 55 years old you can co

Nestea Honey Pear Tea Made in Hong Kong

I've never seen Nestea that had Honey Pear Tea flavored beverage. I was able to see it from  168 Grocers  Online Shop Shopee Philippines it had caught my eye why not try it. I do eat fresh pear and I use honey for my tea.  Nestea Honey Pear Tea is not that sweet something you can drink daily if you wanted too sold for PHP 328.00 ($6.56) with six cans 315 ml. not including shipping and handling. Note: I am not selling or advertising for Nestea Honey Pear Tea and 168 Grocers Online Shop Shopee Philippines. Subscribe @ Facebook Page Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share. Thank you.  

Haw Flakes

Being a kid we use our imagination during kindergarten and grade school. We played outside with our neighbors who had kids the same age. I remember we used card board to make a house in our drive way. We used our dolls and toys to decorate our home. The food we use was whatever we had in our food pantry by asking permission from our own parents. I remember we pretended we went to attend church someone had dress up being the priest and a nun.  My parents had some haw flakes and we pretended that was the bread to serve during our pretend mass. The color may not be white being small and round made us resemble what the priest had fed us during our mass during our imagination we didn't care what it was made. When I was young my parents always ate lunch at China Town in San Francisco after our meal we would walk around to shop around to bring food back home. I love eating the Haw Flakes rolled up and eating each circle shape giving you a tart taste in your mouth. It was the common candy