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An Apple A Day
Posted On 08/20/2014 01:10:41 by NightOwl2
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.At least that is what my Ma used to say.I’ve got no insurance, and I don’t work too hard, BUT there are lots of apples.... in my Ma’s backyard.
So I sat under her tree, planning to stay well for two years.I ate apples till l thought....... they’d come out of my ears.Well my gut nearly burst. To the hospital I was took.Now, to the tune of two grand, I’m on the “I-owe-hospital” hook.
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Letter Of Apology
Posted On 08/19/2014 08:44:52 by SheaShelly
Hi Sweetheart,I'm sorry about getting in a argument about putting up the Christmas lights.
I guess sometimes I feel like you are pushing me too hard when you want something.
I realize I was wrong and I am apologizing for being such a hard headed guy.
All I want is for you to be happy and enjoy the holiday season.
Nothing brightens the Christmas spirit like Christmas lights.
I took time to hang the Christmas lights for you today ,Now I am off to the hockey rink. Again.I am ver... Read More



About collecting telephones ...
Posted On 08/18/2014 23:39:34 by yourchoice
Before I take you on a new “Armchair Adventure”, I need to give you a bit of background. My husband Ed worked for Alberta Government Telephones as a repairman, lineman, and plant inspector in the early 1950s. Most of his work was in rural districts, but when he was transferred to head office in Edmonton, other business opportunities came his way, and he resigned with over 10 years of experience in the telephone industry. In the 1980s he began to collect vintage telephones, which kept increas... Read More



Depression from the view of someone that is battling it.
Posted On 08/18/2014 01:45:34 by sherilyn27au
The tragedy of the loss of Robin Williams, has sparked much conversion about depression. I was stunned that even I had my own stereotype, I thought depressed people where like me low in confidence, withdrawn from the world and often inverted people.I  have been struggling with depression for the past 2 months, I seldom mention as I have been told that I talk too much about. I feel there is not enough said about it, until a tragedy happens. Then it is mentioned for a month or so then brushed... Read More



One Thing Leads to
Posted On 08/17/2014 05:49:00 by trishvz
Why is nothing ever simple (sigh) ... Many years ago I decided to do a piece of tapestry, but it was never completed, nevertheless I faithfully carried this old plastic bag containing the canvas and threads to wherever was my destiny, sometimes taken out to be reviewed but not actually taken up again. Since returning to Europe I at some stage persuaded myself that a wooden frame was just what I needed to use to complete the tapestry, now snuggled at the bottom of a hamper weighed down with baby... Read More



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