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Sunday, 10/10/10 You CAN!!

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Hi there,

My kids are out in the car waiting for me, but I wanted to reflect on the pun involved with the word "can." It came up at church today because our annua church stewardship drive is built around the idea that "We can help God." Our church choir members did a song that used bells and actual cans to kick this off. It was funny and sweet at the same time.

When I go to the store and look at canned goods, I think I will always see them as motivational tools now.

My daughter just came int o retrieve me and is a bit grumpy about waiting, so I will say-- emoticon

Gentle hugs,
Sylvia
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  • v SHELLPROOF
    emoticon I've look at Can's as a Motivational/Strengthening tool ever since starting this Spark Journey- same for Grocery Bags of food, etc. Obsessive, I know! emoticon
    2086 days ago
  • v FUNNYGRANNY72
    I loved that one. At least cans are cheap, especially after you have eaten what comes in them. (I always think about food).
    2086 days ago
  • v SMILESWITH7KIDS
    Well that's different and an interesting visual. Hope you had a good time!
    2087 days ago
  • v DAWNWATERWOMAN
    Love the idea of seeing "cans" as motivational tools. Thanks for sharing. Sorry your daughter is grumpy, but sure glad that you took the time to share. Love, Dawn emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2087 days ago
  • v ACIMPEGGY
    This is fun, Sylvia! Have a great time with your family and a great week!
    My son used to do bells...my fav he did was "Oh, Canada." Also "Ode to Joy."

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    2087 days ago
  • v MORTICIAADDAMS
    I loved the bells, never have heard of using cans though. Sounds very unique!
    2087 days ago
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