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A flowery shrub at the Holiday Inn, Dead Sea - red neck scarf worn by all of our pilgrim group




College Graduate July 2012


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  • v ON_A_DIET
    I am so sorry about what your granddaughter went through. Is she all better now?

    Have a Happy Happy Monday!

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    60 days ago
  • v IAM_HIS2
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    15 Things to give up so you can be happy

    1. Give up your need to always be right.

    2. Give up your need for control.

    3. Give up on blame.

    4. Give up your self-defeating self-talk.

    5. Give up your limiting beliefs about what you can or cannot do, about what is possible or impossible.

    6. Give up complaining.

    7. Give up the luxury of criticism.

    8. Give up your need to impress others.

    9. Give up your resistance to change.

    10. Give up labels. Stop labeling those things, people or events that you don’t understand.

    11. Give up on your fears.

    12. Give up your excuses.

    13. Give up the past.

    14. Give up attachment.

    15. Give up living your life to other people’s expectations.

    1706 days ago
  • v R-U-JELLEN
    I enjoyed visiting your page and the photos of you and your grandchildren.
    i see you are the church organist. I play piano but my main accomplishment is vocal. I have been the choir director of our church starting my 43 year. We are a smaller country church but are lucky to have a lot of interest in choir. Our numbers vary from year to year but we average about 25. Since many are farmers (and therefore don't move away!) we have about 4 tenors and 4 basses. Some have been in the choir as long as I have ben directing. But I salute the accompanists! We would never be able to do a lot of the more difficult pieces or cantatas without having the wonderful instrumentalists. When I do a solo, I get all these great comments and I am sure to include my accompanist. The musicians often don't get the respect they deserve. Hats off to you!!
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    1754 days ago