I WAS THINKING…
about the car that zoomed past me. He was in such a hurry Then, about two blocks later, I pulled next to him at the stop light. I don’t think he saw me smile and wave at him.
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
Signs of the time
Funeral home parlor: Ask about our layaway plan.
Tree Surgeon: We go out on a limb for you.
Psychic’s Hotline: Don’t call us, we’ll call you.
VISIT WADDESDON MANOR, ENGLAND
Google the link below (can copy and paste)
COVER SMALL NICKS AND SCRATCHES IN FURNITURE
(Taken from Easy Does It)
Remove water spots and heat marks in furniture by coating them with petroleum jelly, let stand overnight and wipe clean in the morning.
Hide small nicks by making a thick paste with instant coffee and water, press into the blemishes with a clean, soft cloth. For longer-lasting coverage, mix in a bit of beeswax or paste wax.
Select a crayon that matches the color of the wood, soften it with a hair dryer, then rub it gently over the scratch. Use a dry rag to wipe away any extra.
THIS I’VE LEARNED
Everyone, at one time or another, will have a problem. But the problem isn’t the problem. It’s our reaction to the problem that becomes the problem. It’s important to stay calm and evalute the situation before we respond.
“If you are unable to understand the cause of a problem, it is impossible to solve it.” – Naoto Kan
“Inside of every problem lies an opportunity.” – Robert Kiposaki . Think about it.
(Taken from Fr. Hampsch’s book Uplifts)
The steps you take today create the path you’ll see tomorrow.
Your dreams are windows to your destiny
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