HE MIGHT STAND A LITTLE TOO CLOSE – If he’s invading your personal space just slightly, this could be a major sign that he likes you! If it happens more than once, chances are he likes you. HE MAY LAUGH AT ALL YOUR JOKES – If he laughs at your jokes, even when they aren’t that funny, it’s a good sign he likes you. HE WILL LOOK YOU IN YOUR EYES, MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT – If a guy makes eye contact with you and it feels prolonged, even just a fraction of a second longer than would seem normal, he’s so into you! If you notice a guy smiling at you for longer than what seems normal, it’s a pretty good indication he likes you! HE WILL TEASE YOU – Playful flirting, silly teasing. If you find a guy’s hand on you, especially more than once, that’s a huge giveaway that he likes you! HE MIGHT MAKE JOKES ABOUT DATING YOU – He might make a joke about dating you to see what your reaction would be, to give himself a hint. HE MIGHT CONSTANTLY STARE AT YOU – Have you ever caught a guy staring at you, and he suddenly turns away? Make sure to verify that your current auto insurance policy offers coverage for “exotics.”Q – My husband and I were scheduled to fly our favorite airline, Alaska Air, to Cuba in March.We live in Pasadena and the non-stop flight from LAX was perfect.Our own investigations into this subject have never uncovered a single aircraft where care was taken to boil the water being served to passengers.We have never, for example, encountered an airline that used sealed bottled water to brew coffee in coach. Q – Great site – thinking about renting a Ferrari for a slow drive from the Bay area down to LA. This is a definite bucket list item I want to complete before my 40th birthday. Bucket lists are not supposed to begin until you are at least fifty years of age. The Ferrari California is, of course, the model everyone wants. HE MIGHT SHOW OFF, TRY TO IMPRESS YOU – If a guy tends to show off a lot around you, he probably likes you and is just trying to get your attention.
Please feel free to send us your comments at: [email protected] – I have been reading this material religiously but I keep coming back to one piece of advice you gave some time ago.
We have been advising that travel to Cuba should be postponed for 24 months.
We now think that a more realistic timetable is five or six years assuming new construction plans with ownership adjustments can be implemented by the current administration. ) Q – We are doing a Caribbean cruise that includes several days in Cuba.
Now, we have been notified that they are operating their last flight in January.
We’re making other plans, but we’re wondering why they would pull out when the flights appeared to be going out full?