You are so right! I feel like I do nothing but in fact I do a lot. I care for my Mom who has Alzheimer's. I do all the cleaning, cooking, and walk the dogs. I do the taxes, pay the bills, drive Mom to medical appointments. I dress her and clean her up. I give her all her medications and all my love everyday. I try to watch my diet and health also. Best wishes, Linda from bean town
A man on a train got pretty chummy with the passengers. He said to a group__"I can tell you fellows what you are__" He said to one__"You're a blacksmith." "Yes" To another he said "You're a lawyer" "Yes" He looked at at a little dried up, weazened man and said, "You're a preacher." "No, I'm not" said the man, "I've just been sick three weeks." By Rev. Leon Hill (book O' for the life of a preacher"
IRENE FROM TEXAS The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace. Numbers 6:22-26 (NIV)
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