Monthly Archives: July 2009

It’s Nice to Have Choices

comics.com   I’m like the fellow in the cartoon, I like to have choices. I have a lot on my plate right now, but I never make To Do lists. They make me feel pressured and my Inner Rebel starts … Continue reading

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Justice, What Justice?

  comics.com   A lawyer let his dog run around town unleashed, and one day the dog stole a leg of lamb from a butcher shop. The butcher went to the lawyer’s office and asked, “If a dog steals a … Continue reading

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A Different Golden Rule

Never do unto others what you would have others do unto you. They might have different tastes. —George Bernard Shaw Some kind of help is the kind of help that helping’s all about. Some kind of help is the kind … Continue reading

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Oops!

Robert Hruzek’s writing challenge this month is What I Learned From Bloopers, Mistakes, and Embarrassing Moments. No problem. I can do that. 😉 The incident that comes to mind is when I almost strangled a dog…accidentally, of course. I was … Continue reading

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What Kind of Sound Does a Snail Make?

Cheerfulmonk. Creative Commons.   A mother, father and daughter were taking a walk, enjoying the sounds of nature. Mother: I love the sound of the wind rustling in the trees. Father: I love the twittering of the birds. Little Girl: … Continue reading

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