Okay, 12 books and two cards fell off.
“Something Awesome Happened On The Day You Were Born… You!!! Happy Birthday.”
“Happy Birthday Son, You Have Good Looks, You Have Charm, You Have Style… …it must run in this family, Happy Birthday.”
My sister and mom out did themselves, but I have to admit I left these cards (along with the books) in a pile on top of my already bulging bookcase.
Do you want to read any of these books:
God’s Top 10: Blowing the led off the commandments by Annie Robertson I.O.U.S.A.: One nation. under stress. in debt. by Addison Wiggin and Kate Incontrera The Kitchen God’s Wife by Amy Tan Do Penguins Have Knees? by David Feldman The Government Manual For New SuperHeroes by Mathew David Brozik and Jacob Sager Weinstein Onward: How Starbucks Fought For Its Life Without Losing Its Soul by Howard Schultz with Joanne Gordon Hard Optimism: How to succeed in a world where positive wins by Price Pritchett The Great Code: The bible and literature by Northrope Frye Walking Softly In the Wilderness: The Sierra Club Guide To Backpacking by John Hart Webster’s Thesaurus Landoll Copyright 1993 Everest by Walt Unsworth Tigers Of The Snow: How on fateful climb made the Sherpas mountaineer Legends by Jonathan Neale
Okay, these may not be an attractive choice of books to pick, but finding a book to read, any book you value will pay for itself upon your first read.
Good Luck and Happy Hunting, From one book lover to another
Life is like a movie…
Wow, is that a good budget.
Gee, is he a great catch.
Didn’t she turn your head.
Living the ‘good life’ isn’t just that appealing,
In fact, depending on how you experience it,
you will find it boring.
And yet, when romance goes sour…
There is a lot of drama and the good habits needed for a good life turn into a bigger problem like separation or divorce.
Mature love and romantic love are something everyone works to give balance.
There is no real Clark Gable.
But maybe, you will find the one to share ‘the good life’!
SCIENTISTS have found the Ebola virus in a West African bat for the first time as cases of the killer disease surge in the Congo.
— Read on www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/755867/ebola-congo-outbreak-west-african-bat-virus-death-toll
Support the effort.
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To touch has a healing quality to it.
Especially when the hug or handshake comes from a trusted relative or friend who does no harm, but with affection.
A romantic relationship can develop into a sexual one, but will always include affection.
All humanity searches for affection through acts of kindness, compassion and care.
Different people and different culture will express affection in various ways, but to be human is to be affectionate!
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One in three Canadians sleep less than the recommended seven to nine hours per night. The culprit could be too much screen time, stress or caffeine, but few Canadians realize their daytime doziness may be directly caused by a condition called sleep apnea that can have serious health ramifications.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/health/national-sleep-apnea-health-risks-1.4925252
Obesity can lead to many problems that culminate into worse health outcomes and slow or obstruct recovery from compounding illness.
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They are going to pay you in spades to stay here.
And, in more ways than money, in ways you can’t afford to miss: curiosity, patience, simplicity, compassion, friendship, experience, strength, and hope.
Are you going to miss all of this for what, a new car, a better house, better people or are you too good to stay here?
Humanity gives more than it takes, if you let it help you. And all it asks in return is that you help it back and try not to make mistakes like harming yourself or others.
Don’t quit the human race, it has too much to offer you and you will offer it more in return.
Research relationships to learn to be less harmful and more helpful to yourself and others: you benefit.
Bring your best game to each day, being grateful excellent and ready to express compassion: you benefit.
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