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WITandWISDOM(tm) - July 15, 2002
"One customer, well taken care of, could be more valuable than $10,000 worth of advertising." - Jim Rohn
Source: Quotes From The Masters, http://MailRoom.DailyInbox.Com/
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
My friend's little granddaughter, Samantha, was not yet 3 years old when one day she called out to her mother. Her mommy had placed Samantha in her room to take a nap and didn't answer the little girl. Finally, after several calls, Samantha's mother heard the little girl yell, "Dear Jesus, help me find Mommy." Needless to say, Mommy was there pronto!
By Mrs. Ken Tilghman,, Kennesaw, Georgia
Source: Adventist Review, ISSN 0161-1119, (c) February 28, 2002, http://www.adventistreview.org/
Submitted by Nancy Simpson
Subjects: Prayer, Children
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
THE MUST READ BOOK LIST:
Part 5 of 5 [Jun 3, 13, 24 Jul 5, 15]
Without Warning: Oliver Sudden
And the Other People: Allan Sundry
Riel Ambush!: May T. Surprise
You're So Sweet: Mable Syrup
Prevent Drowning: Buddy System
Mineralogy for Giants: Chris Tall
Why Cars Stop: M.T. Tank
When's The Revolution?: Millie Tant
Tight Situation: Leah Tard
Tyrant of the Potatoes: Dick Tater
The World's Best Recipes: Gus Tatorial
Keeping Old Furniture Looking Good: Ann Teak(n)
Solving Crimes: Dee Tective
I Wuz Framed!: Gil Tee
Trial Law: Tess Temoni
The Bird Collection: Arnie Thologie
What's Your Invention?: Pat Tent
All Alone: Saul E. Terry
I Hit the Wall: Isadore There
Source: Have A Nice Day
Subjects: Books, Parody
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
In a spy novel I had just read, the hero hid a letter in a particular statue in Washington, D.C. Since I was in that city at the time, on a whim I decided to see if the statue really contained the small niche the author had described. To my great surprise, it did -- and a cellophane-wrapped letter was inside. After a moment's hesitation, I pulled out the letter, opened it, and burst into laughter.
An unidentified reader had penned, "Good book, wasn't it?"
From: Reader's Digest, Copyright (c) http://www.readersdigest.com
Source: Clean Laffs, http://www.shagmail.com/sub/sub-jokes.html
Subjects: Books, Spies
Part 1 of 5 [Jul 15, 16, 17, 18, 19]
If you can't afford to buy gifts for loved ones and friends this year, use something other than money to create what you want. Give gifts of the heart.
GIFTS FROM THE EARTH
Grow small herb gardens in large pots or flats and provide instructions for the care and use of each herb.
Start African violets from the leaves of your adult plants for Christmas giving.
Create small succulent or cactus gardens in pots using clippings from your plants.
Separate your most prized iris bulbs to give at Christmas. Tip: color code the irises by tying them with ribbon in the same color as the bloom.
Plan ahead and can, freeze, or dehydrate fresh vegetables and fruits from your garden for yummy packages. Tip: Collect interesting containers throughout the year to fill with your gift bulbs or produce.
By Patricia L. Fry
Source: Signs of the Times, Copyright (c) December 2000, Pacific Press, http://www.signstimes.com
Submitted by Dale Galusha