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Tonight, I thought my husband was acting weird. We had
made plans to meet at a nice restaurant for
dinner. I thought he was upset at the fact
that I was a bit late, but he made no comment on it. Conversation wasn't flowing,
so I asked him what was wrong; He
said, 'Nothing.' I asked him if it
was my fault that he was upset. He
said he wasn't upset, that it had nothing to do with me, and not to worry about
it. On the way home, I told him that I
loved him. He smiled slightly, and kept
driving. I can't explain his behavior. I
don't know why he didn't say, 'I love you, too.'
When we got home, I felt as if I had lost him
completely, as if he wanted nothing to do with
me anymore. He just sat there quietly, and
watched TV. Finally, with silence all around us, I decided to
go to bed. About 15 minutes later, he came to
bed. But I still felt his thoughts were somewhere else. He fell asleep; I cried. I'm
almost sure that his thoughts are with
someone else. My life is a disaster.
A TWO FOOT PUTT!!! ... how could I
possibly have missed a twofoot putt?
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FAITH IS AN OASIS IN THE HEART WHICH CAN NEVER BE REACHED BY THE CARAVAN OF THINKING
SISTERS ARE DIFFERENT FLOWERS FROM THE SAME GARDEN
YOU MAY BE DISAPPOINTED IF YOU FAIL, BUT YOU ARE DOOMED IF YOU DON’T TRY - BEVERLY SILLS
THE WORLD IS FULL OF GOOD PEOPLE; IF YOU CAN’T FIND ONE, BE ONE
I WISH IT WAS SOCIALLY ACCEPTABLE TO THROW WATER BALLOONS AT OTHERS
CONFIDENCE IS SILENT. INSECURITY IS LOUD
* On Aug. 28, 1877, Charles Stewart Rolls, co-founder (with
Henry Royce) of the Rolls-Royce automobile company, is born in London.
In 1900, Rolls reportedly was responsible for changing the national
speed limit from 4 mph to 12 mph.
* On Aug. 30, 1918, in Belfort, France, Colonel Arthur L.
Conger plants a false operational order for an impending Allied attack in the wastebasket of a hotel where a German
agent was on staff. As intended, the order was
found and the Germans chose to withdraw
from the area.
* On Aug. 26, 1939, the first televised Major League baseball game is broadcast between the Cincinnati Reds and the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field. There
were only two stationary camera angles: down the third base line, and
above home plate.
SILENCE IS GOLDEN...UNLESS YOU HAVE A TODDLER. THEN SILENCE IS VERY, VERY SUSPICIOUS
* On Aug. 29, 1949, in Kazakhstan, the USSR
successfully detonates its first atomic bomb. To
measure the effects of the blast, the Soviets constructed buildings and bridges, and placed
animals in cages nearby. The atomic explosion destroyed those structures and incinerated the
* On Aug. 24, 1958, Maria Teresa
de Filippis, the first woman ever to compete in
Formula One racing, drives a Maserati in
the Portuguese Grand Prix. Her
racing career began after two of
her brothers made a bet that she
couldn't drive fast.
* On Aug. 27, 1967, Brian Epstein, age 32, manager of the
Beatles, is found dead of a drug overdose in his Sussex, England, home.
* On Aug. 25, 1984, Truman Capote, author
of the pioneering true-crime novel "In Cold
Blood", dies at age 59 in Los Angeles. After
reading about murders of a farm family, Capote
traveled to Kansas to do research
with his childhood friend,
Harper Lee, who later
wrote "To Kill a Mockingbird."
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EVER WONDER WHAT YOUR PET NAMED YOU?
THE WI-FI WENT OFF IN MY HOUSE FOR 10 MINUTES SO I HAD TO TALK TO MY FAMILY...THEY SEEM LIKE NICE PEOPLE...
A NAP ATTACKED ME AND WON
I HAVE A PLAN. DO YOU TRUST ME? -GOD
JUST BECAUSE IT’S A BAD IDEA DOESN’T ME IT WON’T BE FUN
1. MEASUREMENTS: A quindecennial refers to what period
2. CARTOONS: Who was the voice of Nigel in the animated
series "The Wild Thornberrys"?
3. GEOGRAPHY: In what U.S. state did the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain take place during the Civil War?
4. ASTRONOMY: What shape is the Milky Way galaxy?
5. LANGUAGE: What is the meaning of the Latin phrase,
"Cogito ergo sum"?
6. MOVIES: What was the name of Meg Ryan's bookstore in
"You've Got Mail"?
7. LITERATURE: What is the name of the bookstore in Diagon Alley in the "Harry Potter" series?
8. EXPLORERS: Which European explorer discovered a sea
route to India?
9. HISTORY: During what war did the Battle of Trafalgar
10. MATH: What is the decimal equivalent of the fraction
1. 15 years
2. Actor Tim Curry
5. "I think, therefore I am"
6. The Shop Around the Cor-
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7. Flourish and Blotts
8. Vasco da Gama
9. Napoleonic Wars
Children’s church: 10:20
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I AM NOT ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST, FOR IT IS THE POWER OF GOD THAT BRINGS SALVATION TO ALL WHO BELIEVE - ROMANS 1:16
NO MATTER WHO’S PRESIDENT, JESUS IS STILL THE KING
STAY CLOSE TO JESUS IF YOU WANT SATAN TO STAY FAR FROM YOU
IN CHRIST ALONE OUR HOPE IS FOUND
1. Is the book of Ephesians in the Old or New Testament or
2. What tree did Jesus tell a parable about? Apple, Fig, Olive,
3. Who was John the Baptist's father? Zechariah, Zacharias,
4. What did the oak tree symbolize in the Bible? Growth,
Strength, Weakness, Fruitfulness
5. Which of these is not a book of the New Testament? Revelation, Judges, Colossians, Jude
6. From the Bible, who was Isaiah's father? Amos, Amoz,
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ALWAYS SMILE BACK AT LITTLE CHILDREN. TO IGNORE THEM IS TO DESTROY THEIR BELIEF THAT THE WORLD IS GOOD.
THE KIDS WHO NEED THE MOST LOVE WILL ASK FOR IT IN THE MOST UNLOVING OF WAYS
GOD IS THE ONLY REASON I MADE IT THIS FAR
DO YOU KNOW THAT AWESOME FEELING WHEN YO GET INTO BED, STAY ASLEEP ALL NIGHT AND WAKE REFRESHED??? NOPE, ME NEITHER.
TO IGNORE EVIL IS TO BECOME AN ACCOMPLICE TO IT - MATIN LUTHER KING JR.
IT’S OKAY TO BE HAPPY; GOD WANTS YOU TO BE
FIRST WE HAVE TO BELIEVE AND THEN WE BELIEVE
* It was noted 18th-century German scientist, philosopher and
satirist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg who made the following
sage observation: "It is almost impossible to carry the torch of
truth through a crowd without singeing somebody's beard."
* Sometimes looking at local ordinances can make
you wonder what inspired lawmakers to pass
such laws. For instance, in Florida it's illegal to
wear nothing but liquid latex while in a public
* The lyrics to that favorite Irish ballad "O Danny Boy" were actually written by an Englishman.
SOMETIMES I QUESTION MY SANITY, OCCASIONALLY IT ANSWERS
* Famed comedic actor Charlie Chaplin was
born in England, but at the age of 19 he came to
the United States as a performer with the prestigious Fred Karno company. Interestingly, Stan Laurel, of Laurel and Hardy
fame, emigrated to the U.S. at the same time, as part of the
same company -- as Chaplin's understudy.
* In a recent survey of pet owners, nearly half of all respondents said that the best description of their relationship with their
pet would be "soul mate."
* Sardinia, the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea,
also is an autonomous region of Italy. If you ever
decide to vacation there, keep an eye out for "casu
marzu," a cheese that's produced locally.
Whether you're keeping an eye out in order to sample it or avoid it depends on
whether or not you have an appetite for adventurous eating. The makers of "casu marzu" deliberately introduce into the process the
larvae of a particular cheese fly. Though the
cheese is sometimes cleaned out before it's served,
it's often presented in its original state, wriggling maggots and all.
Thought for the Day: "There is nothing more dangerous than a
government of the many controlled by the few." -- Lawrence
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