I WAS THINKING…
how frustrating to be home bound and need to cover my face when I go out for essentials. I hate being restricted. Then I talked to a friend living in an Assisted Living home. She has been confined to one room and eating alone for about five months. The TV shared stories about people who lost financial security, some even their homes. I saw pictures of ventilators and families mourning. The whole world is engulfed in hardship and here I am complaining about the least of all problems.
Whoever thought one could be thankful in such overwhelming times. I am.
WORDS OF WISDOM
Pay off your credit cards every month.
Do what needs to be done today, you’ll be glad tomorrow.
KEEP A HAPPY FACE
You don’t have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.
Cherish the moment. You will never see it again.
THE LIGHTER SIDE
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There are less than 3 months until election day when people will decide who will be the next President of the United States. The person elected will be the President of all Americans not just the Democrats or the Republicans. It’s time that we all came together, Democrats and Republicans alike, in a bi-partisan effort for America and showed unity.
If you support _______, please drive with your headlights ON during the day.
If you support _______, please drive with your headlights OFF at night. Together we can make this happen.
(Taken from book Easy Does It)
*Get out blood as soon as possible. Make a paste of cornstarch and cold water. Rub in gently and let set till hard. Vacuum the powder. Repeat if necessary.
*To remove fruit stains, wet with water and rub in salt. Let set, then brush it out and vacuum. Repeat if necessary.
*Reach for club soda to remove other spots. The carbonation loosens dirt so you can blot it up. It doesn’t leave a sticky residue like soap does.
Everyone wants to live long, but not grow old.
Most people will agree with you if you keep quiet.
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Punch Lines are complimentary of Fr. John Hampsch, C.M.F.