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12/1/13 8:31 A

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So sorry to hear what you and your family have been through. Sending you prayers and well wishes for recovery.

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Oh my, what a nightmare, emoticon emoticon



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11/30/13 9:24 P

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OMG, you aren't actually apologizing for this, are you? I am so glad your daughter and grandchild are okay and that they caught the animal who did this.

I'm 4'10.5". A normal BMI for my height tops out at 121.

"Habit is either the best of servants or the worst of masters." - Nathaniel Emmons

My hobby is writing letters and decorating them with stickers. Send me your address if you want me to send you a letter.

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11/30/13 9:10 P

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Now that I see this I may have seen it on the news, glad that she survived.

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11/30/13 9:01 P

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I wasn't very clear. My daughter survived: Here's some links to the story: www.cbsnews.com/news/rachel-poole-pr
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I only did a couple of updates on my blog, nothing in the teams. I didn't have time. My job was to protect and care for my granddaughter so that my daughter could get the medical attention she needed.

Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord of hosts. Zechariah 4:6 NKJV

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11/30/13 8:47 P

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So sorry for your loss of your daughter, how sad and cruel some people can be, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

I wondered why I never received any post from this group, so emoticon I don't know of seeing anything on that, but, I may have, I don't always get all the news.

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LHLADY517's Photo LHLADY517 Posts: 25,150
11/30/13 6:07 P

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that the November list was not posted. I was out of town on a family emergency. If you saw in the news anything about the El Paso pregnant woman that was beaten and stabbed (Rachel Poole), that is my daughter. I was a bit busy and was unable to take care of anything here.
Here is the November list:
November 2013 Organizing Checklist by Maria Gracia http://www.getorganizednow.com

____ Nov 1 Take down your Halloween decorations, clean them, and pack them away in a labeled container. This would be a good time to discard any decorations you no longer use.

____ Nov 2 Remember to set your clocks back an hour before you go to bed. Daylight Savings Time Ends at 2 a.m.tomorrow morning.

____ Nov 3 Spend some time with your family recording your memories of October in a family journal. If you don't have a family journal, today would be a good day to start one.

____ Nov 4 Schedule an appointment to have family pictures taken, either with a professional photographer or a friend. Plan on using the pictures for your Christmas Cards.

____ Nov 5 Do you send out Christmas cards? Get an earlier start by checking your address list, updating those outdated ones and then address the envelopes or print out mailing labels.

____ Nov 6 Schedule an appointment for an oil change, tire rotation, and tune-up on your car. Your car will be ready for winter driving.

____ Nov 7 Having a family get together for Thanksgiving? Start planning your dinner menu. Make a list of dishes and assignments for your guests.

____ Nov 8 Are your carpets looking dirty? Rent a carpet cleaner and do it yourself or hire someone to clean them for you.

____ Nov 9 Do you still have vines and plants in your garden? Gather the family together and clean out your garden plot. Then play some touch football together in the park.

____ Nov 10 Take a fall nature walk with the family. Gather leaves and make leaf placemats using construction paper and clear contact paper.

____ Nov 11 Remember those who served in the armed forces by visiting a Veterans Home.

____ Nov 12 Clean and organize your linen closet. Discard and replace worn towels and bedding. Stock up on new towels and bedding.

____ Nov 13 Clean up and reduce your email lists. Do you read them, enjoy them, or find them useful? If not, it may be time to unsubscribe.

____ Nov 14 Clean out your fridge. Take everything out, discard old bottles, wash shelves and bins, and wipe down the inside with water and baking soda. Now your fridge is clean and ready for Thanksgiving.

____ Nov 15 Schedule an energy audit with your local power company. This will give you an idea of what needs to be done to save energy costs during the winter.

____ Nov 16 Start getting ready for guests. Sort your bedding, give the guest bedrooms a thorough cleaning, and stock up on travel toiletries which your guests may forget. Too much work? Secure a cleaning service appointment to give you a hand.

____ Nov 17 Spend some time with your family playing board games, reading a book together, and baking treats. Be sure and turn off all electronics to cut down on outside distractions.

____ Nov 18 Finalize your Thanksgiving plans. Make a list and check it twice.

____ Nov 19 Make a Christmas gift list. Already have your gift list done? Then start shopping for those gifts, or finish those crafts and homemade gifts. You'll enjoy not being rushed with last minute shopping in December.

____ Nov 20 Take some time for yourself, today. Go and pamper yourself with a new haircut, and/or go out to lunch with a friend. You'll appreciate having some down time and you’ll feel recharged for the holidays.

____ Nov 21 Take some time and organize your paperwork. File those receipts, bills, and other papers. Discard any statements that are no longer relevant. Be sure and shred anything with personal information.

____ Nov 22 Take down all light fixtures. Then wash, dry, and replace them. Be sure and replace any burnt out light bulbs. You'll enjoy the enhanced brightness.

____ Nov 23 Start your holiday baking. You can freeze the deserts and treats.

____ Nov 24 Choose a friend or neighbor, who will be spending Thanksgiving alone, and take them some cookies. Perhaps even invite them to spend Thanksgiving Day with you and your family.

____ Nov 25 Plan your menus for the week, including those special foods for Thanksgiving. Don't forget some leftover ideas.

____ Nov 26 Do your final shopping for Thanksgiving. Remember to start thawing out the turkey. Prepare most of your dishes. If you’ll be alone on Thanksgiving, or there are just two of you, consider skipping the cooking and purchasing a meal from a local restaurant instead.

____ Nov 27 Spruce up your bathrooms with clean towels and stock up on toilet paper, soaps, shampoos, and other items your family and guests might need.

____ Nov 28 Spend today giving thanks for your family, friends, and all that you have been given.

____ Nov 29 Skip the Black Friday madness and take the family to a movie instead.

____ Nov 30 Sort through your Christmas Decorations, and put up the Christmas tree. Santa will be arriving soon!

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by Maria Gracia - Get Organized Now! http://www.getorganizednow.com

Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord of hosts. Zechariah 4:6 NKJV

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