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WITandWISDOM(tm) - February 16, 1998
Appreciation is like an insurance policy. It has to be renewed every now and then.
Shared by Elfie Regehr
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
The moment we make up our minds that we are going on with this determination to exalt God overall, we step out of the world's parade... We acquire a new viewpoint; a new and different psychology will be formed within us; a new power will begin to surprise us by its upsurgings and its outgoings. - A. W. Tozer (1897-1963), THE PURSUIT OF GOD
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~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
MOM'S DICTIONARY DAFFYNITIONS Part 3 of 4
PENITENTIARY: Where children who don't eat their vegetables or clean their rooms eventually end up, according to Mom.
PETS: Small, furry creatures which follow kids home so Mom will have someone else to clean up after.
PIANO: A large, expensive musical instrument which, after thousands of dollars worth of lessons and constant harping by Mom, kids will refuse to play in front of company.
PURSE: A handbag in which Mom carries the checkbook and keys she can never find because they're buried under tissues, gum wrappers, a plastic container full of cereal, toys from a fast-food restaurant, a teddy bear, a football, wallpaper samples, a grocery list and several outdated coupons.
QUIET: A state of household serenity which occurs before the birth of the first child and occurs again after the last child has left for college.
RAINCOAT: Article of clothing Mom bought to keep a child dry and warm, rendered ineffective because it's in the bottom of a locker stuffed in a bookbag or because the child refuses to wear "the geeky thing."
REFRIGERATOR: Combination art gallery and air-conditioner for the kitchen.
ROOM MOTHER: A position of great honor and responsibility bestowed on a mom who inadvertently misses a PTA meeting.
SCHOOL PLAY: Sadistic ritual in which adults derive pleasure from watching offspring stumble through coarse reinactments of famous historic events.
SCREAMING: Home P.A. system.
Shared by Adam's Smile List http://smilezone.com
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
Q: What do you call a cow after she's had her baby?
Shared by :o) Kimberley Broyles
Does the cord to your headset get terribly tangled? You can get the kinks out by getting in the habit of reversing it from time to time: just plug the end that's connected to the headset to the phone, and vice versa. Your tangling habits will continue, but they'll be counteracted by the reversed direction of the spirals. - Learn2.com, the Ability Utility http://www.Learn2.com