Hi [Enter Name Here]! All I can say is "what a wonderful evening after the hard day!"
I am so glad to receive your letter, because I thought that I will not be
able to receive your letter today, because right now already evening, and I
only now has returned to clinic. And your letter is a true surprize!
We had "the outside work day". It is a day of a hard work.
Every week some our employees - several doctors of various
specialization and laboratory assistant who takes all analyses, are going
all together on the special bus to various remote small villages which are
located far away from big cities, usually in a thicket of a forest.
Here a lot of such a villages. The public transport is not going to such a
villages and people living there have no opportunity to visit clinic at any
moment and to receive necessary medicaments. And these people cannot go to
big cities and settlements because these people have no personal transport.
In these villages always there are many sick people, basically are small
children or old and weak feeble people, whose life completely depends on
other people and medicines. Therefore we go on the specially-equipped bus directly to
these villages, and we render the medical aid to all needy people right in
their apartments or in the bus. All these people already know us
personally, and love us very much. But it is really the hard work because
we are going there at 6 am, and we comes back sometimes even after 10 pm!
That is why now I have no forces even to smile. That is why I have told
you, that your letter is really a wonderful surprise, even though now I
hardly will come home earlier 11 pm as I write to you this letter! :) .
I feel that I began to say silly things? Likely I already have tired you?
[Enter Name Here] I am afraid that I will be writing to you during all night, because
for me our dialogue is a rest by soul and body! It is good
that tomorrow I
can sleep so long as I want, because after "outside work day" we can come
to clinic after a lunch break. My favourite day of week is Friday, because
two next days - days off (though not always) and I can restore my vital
forces and energy. So the days off for me - a holiday! Though now I do not
feel pleasure when I think of the days off because these are days when I
maybe can't receive the letter from my friend [Enter Name Here]! :) . But you likely
will be happy when the days off will come, because these are days when you
will not receive boring letters from one boring woman whose name is Alina!:)
Am I right? [Enter Name Here] can you imagine, while I write you right now this
letter, Amamda has fallen asleep right in the armchair opposite to me!
She works together with me and we always work in the one group in "outside
work day". Amamda said hello to you! She has told she will wait till I
finish to write my letter to you [Enter Name Here] and now she simply sleeps!
She is a true friend. But I will not talk about her as I am not sure if you
want to hear about my friends. But she is really now the dear person in my
life, like the sister. She waits for me because just as I, she lives not
far from me. Frequently we spend the days off together. I spoke that I like
the nature very much. I always spend a lot of time on the nature though I
have such opportunity seldom. I like to walk simply in the park or simply
to be in my bed all day long :) . camping, sunsets and sunrises,
life in a tent, the smell of the river and bulrushes, a rustle of a small
waterfall; night starry sky and amazing brilliance of a fish dissecting a
water surface of a small lake under captivating moon light. It is very
beautiful and romantic. [Enter Name Here] do you like to be romantic with your woman?
I hope yes. I am romantic:) I like fire and I am sure that there is nothing
more tasty than a meal cooked on a fire or firebrands. And when air is
filled with aroma of the forest and timber raspberry, river freshness and a
smoke of the campfire
, all this brings into my soul the feeling of free
and untamable desire to live. I know I already talked about my liking to cooking.
I know many recipes
and I like our national cuisine. "Uha", "Okroshka",
"Golubtsy", "Borshch"(soup), "Gribovnitsa" (mushroom's soup)! My favorite
is "Okroshka"! I like peppery meal, meal with seasonings, Russian Georgian
cuisine. Here it is very popular. [Enter Name Here] do you love a tasty meal?
Say more about meal you like? Does the way to your heart lay through the stomach? :)
If so, I think I have good
chances! :) Have you ever tried Russian Cuisine?
[Enter Name Here] I must go, because the darkness has already covered all around and
if I will miss the last bus from clinic, I will need to go on foot some
kilometers in absolutely deserted terrible places and Almost through a
forest, and it is very dangerous. Certainly I together with Amamda, but
just as I, she is simply the woman. What is
Cowboy's First Coffee. When a cowboy had his Arbuckle's in hand, he was enjoying a cup of coffee.
The Arbuckle Brothers of Pittsburgh made a mighty fine preroasted bean that was so popular in the Old West that Arbuckle's eventually became interchangeable with the actual word coffee, as in "Don't talk to me in the morning until I have my Arbuckle's." The "recipe" for coffee was generally a handful of coffee in a cup of water.
Up until the close of the Civil war, coffee was sold green. It had to be roasted on a wood stove or in a skillet over a campfire
before it could be ground and brewed. A single burned bean could ruin the lot.
In 1865, John Arbuckle and his brother Charles, partners in a Pittsburgh grocery business, changed all this by patenting a process for roasting and coating coffee beans with an egg and sugar glaze to seal in the flavor and aroma.
Marketed under the name Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee, in patented airtight, one pound packages, the new coffee was an instant success with the chuck wagon cooks in the west who were faced with the task of keeping Cowboys well fed and supplied with plenty of hot coffee out on the cold range.
Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee packages bore a yellow label with the name Arbuckles' in large red letters across the front, beneath which flew a Flying Angel Trademark over the words Ariosa Coffee in black letters.
It was shipped all over the country in sturdy wooden crates, one hundred packages to a crate. Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee became so dominant, particularly in the west, that many Cowboys were not even aware there was any other kind.
The Arbuckle Brothers knew they had a good
thing going. They printed signature coupons on the bags of coffee redeemable for all manner of items including handkerchiefs, razors, scissors and wedding rings, everything a cowpoke or pioneer might come to need.
To further entice the purchaser, each package of Arbuckles' contained a stick of peppermint candy. Due to the demands on chuck wagon cooks to keep ready supplies of hot Arbuckles' on hand around the campfire, the peppermint stick became a means by which that steady coffee supply was ground. Upon hearing the cook's call "Who wants the candy?" some of the toughest Cowboys on the trail were known to die for the opportunity of manning the coffee grinder in exchange for satisfying a sweet tooth.
The Cowboys' favorite, Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee, is available today, complete with the original Flying Angel trademark. Tthe one pound packages of rich beans remain full-bodied and aromatic. There's even a piece of peppermint inside.