Children say the funniest things. Even children in their 40's.
My Republican son-in-law had bet several friends $100 each that Romney would win by a landslide.
When he had to pay up, he paid in $1 dollar bills, and he brought puzzles for his friends’ children. He told his friends that after their children solved the puzzles, they had to say, “You didn’t build…Continue
"If you have time and care to do this, Uncle Bob is going on a one day trip to DC for WWII vets. It's called an Honor Flight. The organizers have requested letters to be handed out during mail call on the plane home. I've asked some of the relatives to no avail and I thought you might be interested in writing a letter to him thanking him for his service to his country. If you care to do this, send it as an attachment and I will include it in the pack I'm sending today. Love you -…Continue
Once there was a little girl called Me who was raised alone with her sister and very little else. Me took any form of love where she could find it and did whatever she could to survive. One thing Me had was love and compassion for her fellow man and no one would ever take that away from her no matter how hard they tried.
When Me got older she bought way too many clothes and was always on stage so to speak. Me became someone she knew she wasn’t but her friends did not know differently…Continue
This is the fifth step of nine, on the path to happiness.
Step # 5) Learn To Experience & Express Gratitude
Stop for a minute and think of someone that you’re grateful to have in your life. Now really focus on what you appreciate and like about them? Think of nothing but your gratitude for having them in your life and what it is that you appreciate about them.…
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No one in this world wanted to take over tap dancer Ann Miller's job more than I did. After fifty long years of random attempts, all that remains is a pair of silver tap shoes tucked away in a cupboard long forgotten. I use to wear them continuously on a day to day basis for many years always believing one should be on call if someone had the odd tap dancing job.
A posting on my friend Connie Robillard’s Facebook page hit me in the heart on Friday. I immediately knew that her message had to be spread all over the world as soon as possible. It was a simple sign outside a bar in New York City that just said it all.
“If you don’t like gay marriage blame straight people. They’re the ones who keep having gay babies.”
Sometimes things happen for a reason and they are meant to be.
Sometimes you get angry with outside inference as all you want to do is write and read others.…Continue
This is dedicated to family and friends so that they might understand my continued pursuit of happiness. Bigger and better is not always the right choice sometimes. I try to put aside my rightness in most situations now to get a better perspective on things. Some people never ever get it and I was almost one of them.
Yesterday I got an email from someone saying that some people find me annoying, cloying, and overdone, amongst other things. I did not know if that was supposed to…
Added by Linda Seccaspina on June 15, 2011 at 11:14am — No Comments
I completed today’s blog last night and let Steve take a look at it. I asked him if he liked it and he said it was okay. But it was the tone of the word "okay" I didn’t like.
He said he did not understand all the cat pictures and did not care for Arnold and called him a pussy. I looked at him and laughed and said,
I sat there and deleted most of my cat pictures except three and…Continue
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Wow, you really just can't make this stuff up!
Here are my favourites:
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Reflections on life based upon the book “God Never Blinks” 50 Lessons for Life’s Little Detours by Regina Brett
Don’t Take Yourself So Seriously. No One Else Does.
In this story Regina reflects back upon her need to be perfect. She uses many different examples to express how she often missed the big picture and all the positives in life by people pleasing, beating herself up for tiny little errors andor focusing on something that ultimately ended up being…
Added by Frank Moffatt on December 12, 2010 at 12:21pm — No Comments
Once upon a time, there was a king that ruled a prosperous country.
One day, he went for a trip to some distant areas of his country. When he came back to his palace, he complained that his feet were very sore. It was the first time that he had gone for such a long trip, and the road that he went on was very rough and stony.
So he ordered his people to cover every road of the entire country with leather.
Definitely, to do this job would require…Continue