Some day we're going to be too scared to get out of bed

Posted Tuesday, November 30, 2010, at 2:19 PM
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  • Larry you are so right. Seems like every day there is more and more things to so called worry about. But look back to our ancestors. They didn't worry about everything in the world and alot of them lived to be a ripe old age.

    -- Posted by Scorpio1969 on Tue, Nov 30, 2010, at 6:39 PM
  • this is so funny, but so true!

    I get these scare-mails you know those dreadful warnings don't buy glade plug ins' they burn your house down well if people would only go to it will tell them if it is true or false. the majority of scare-mail forwards I receive say they have been checked at, and they have not, I go there and sure enough for the most part they are is an example page from one of many e mails I receive from little ole ladies who mean well but bless their hearts they are trembling in fear! and want everyone else to live in fear!

    I really enjoy your blog! thank you for writing!

    oh and you know how fatty foods are a killin all of us, my 92 year old grandmother sat across the table of bacon eggs biscuts gravy, and said you know this is killing me! thats what the drs are all telling me.... lol.

    -- Posted by lillymae on Wed, Dec 8, 2010, at 4:44 PM
  • This was so funny, I laughed and laughed because of the silliness and truthfulness all at the same time.

    Great article, thank you!

    -- Posted by sassy12 on Tue, Dec 14, 2010, at 1:21 PM
  • There is a saying, "Take One Day At A Time". I appreciate it when the media prints the happy news that take place in our lives. The depressing things I try hard to ignore or add them to lessons learned. For example the Railroad Tresle burnings. In my day Rail Roads furnished Passenger Service. They took mom and I to Fort Knox Kentucky to visit my dad during WWII. Mom did not drive so Bus Service, Street Cars, and Railroads allowed us to see sights you don't see when driving the highways. We saw trains carrying the war equiptment that was needed for our Brave Soldiers, Nurses etc. They carried our food and supplies to keep us healthy and alive. I remember when the train depots and bus stations had all the up to date commic books for us kids to read or coloring books that kept us out of mom's hair for a short time. We missed dad as he was stationed in the Pjilipines fighting to keep our Nation Free as well as the freedom of other Countries. I pray daily that the hate and discontent in the World would go away and folks poisoning us with harmful drugs would disapear so we could all live with good health and peace of mind.

    -- Posted by FranksPhotography on Sat, Dec 25, 2010, at 8:46 AM
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