Hello {!firstname},

      Look,  it's Sunday, and my sweetie just made these amazing buckwheat pancakes, with fruit on top, and
a dash of yogurt and walnuts.

   Seriously, it' was to die for. Best of all, it was a new untested recipe that turned out perfectly.

Obviously, there is a lot of truth in the saying, a way to a man's heart is through cooking.

Just sayin', that's all.  That's only one way!

 And the special occasion was, that we had some breakfast guests, and the great news was that this
fellow had proposed to his girlfriend just the day before, on the awesome cup and saucer hiking trail,
here on Manitoulin Island.

If you ever get up this way, it's a glorious hike and it will show you the beauty of the island, like
nothing else.

So, being quick minded, my honey planted a sparkler in the middle of the pancakes, and lit it up.

     And so we had a glance at the lovely ring, which came all the way from India, and it was a tad too big,
but no worries, it would be adjusted to size.

Now in this case, the lovely young lady, Anna said a resounding "Yes" to the proposal.

And frankly they do make a lovely couple.

Now here's the deal about all this.  They are both on the same page.

And if you are in a relationship with someone who is not on the same page, well then it's going to
be a rough ride, to the bitter end.

And if you happen to be a "sensitive snowflake", who feel's he deserves special treatment, well
then the pain is gonna be  all the greater.

And that's what you want to be aware of and clear  about.

Believe it or not, it's a bit like having a "relationship" with your telescope; if it's not doing what you want,
and how you want it, then it's time to say: "Next".

Meaning, time to move on to the next telescope, which might be either a bigger aperture, or a smaller aperture.
An Schmidt-Cassegrain, or perhaps a refractor.

It really does not matter; what matters is that when you use your instrument, you are experiencing some level
of joy in using it.

    If your not, then come in and see us, or give us a call.  We can help you sort it out.   Or drop us an email,
to info@khanscope.com.  Or drop by the website: www.khanscope.com  .

Now please remember, we only dole out advice on telescope relationships, for personal relationships, it's best
to find a sympathetic friend, who's a good listener. :-)

Enjoy your Sunday!

Ray Khan

PS Spring is in the air, and clear skies are to be found; a great time to trade in, trade up or trade down, and we have
     a ton of inventory in stock right now. Over 140 telescopes models  to be precise.