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Where Do Wrinkles Come From?

Several months ago, I had two cataracts removed from my eyes. How they got there, I don’t know. As far as I can remember, they never asked my permission, and furthermore, they never paid rent for being there. According to the eye doctor, and doctors are never wrong, I now have 2020 vision. I’ve never had such vision since I was ten years old. All I really need now are reading glasses, and my vision is quite good. That sounds like a good thing on the surface, but every good thing has a little dark corner somewhere hidden. The good part is that I can see excellently. The bad part is that I can see excellently. I didn’t quite understand this until just recently it came to full view.

Will We Be Served Coffee in Heaven?

The last several weeks have truly been hectic in every sense of the word. Trying to catch up can be a never-ending job. When I think I’m caught up, I see another thing I need to do. I have learned that kicking the can down the street only hurts your big toe. With so much to do lately, it’s hard to prioritize what should come first. The one thought rattling through my brain is, will anybody know if I don’t do this job? It doesn’t have to rattle too long before I come to the answer to that inquiry. If I don’t do a certain job, the one who will know would be the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage. When it comes to activities, she is the queen of priority and completion. I don’t have that kind of initiative, but I certainly try. I have discovered that one day a certain activity will have priority; the next day, something else will have priority. Life can be very confusing, especially to someone like me trying to sort out priorities every day.

It’s My Tongue I’ll Wag It If I Want To

Like everybody else, I have my share of trouble. It’s not that I want to get into trouble, but trouble always seems to be somewhere near where I am at the time. I regret that time when I was first introduced to trouble. Some trouble I can’t prevent. It just happens, and no matter what I do, trouble is in the room. I don’t think there’s anything I can do about that, but I hope the trouble will not be that bad. I know some people in my family get into trouble on purpose. The grand goal of their life is to get into trouble on a variety of levels. Back in the day, when we had family reunions, this person, which will remain anonymous, did everything he possibly could to make trouble. Most of the family just ignored him and forgot what he was doing. He wanted to be remembered as the family troublemaker. Actually, he was remembered as the family Goofball.

From 1950s ‘Domestic Goddess’ To Modern Day Maverick: How Cleaning Routines Have Changed Over Time

Taking care of the space we call home is human nature. There is evidence that as early as Neanderthal times we were decorating our caves with ornaments, and painting on walls to share stories and entertain loved ones. Nowadays, we are more likely to be fending off unwanted phone calls than a predator in the wild, but our drives when it comes to our home remain the same.

Top 5 Ideas to Save Money at Home

Taking proper care of your home can seriously make you go broke. Living in such a modern world where there is a different cleaning product for literally everything, from the oven to the toilet, and spending money on each of those detergents can go really harsh on your pocket. The question is do you have to pour money down the drain for keeping your home sanitised? Well, the answer is simple- it is not necessarily! If you take advantage of these ideas, you will be able to save money around your home without spending money at the market.

What Is a Magnet School – Synergy School of Tomorrow Ft Pierce Florida

A magnet school is a type of public school with a specific curricular focus while remaining a part of the local public school system. Magnet schools first emerged in the 1960s to racially desegregate schools and allow for more diversity in classrooms.

Those Discouraging Phone Call

One day this past week, I decided to stay home and catch up on a little bit of reading. It’s not often that I take a day and not go to the office and just pander around the house. Sometimes it’s necessary to do such a thing, and I don’t do it often enough. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage had a day planned of shopping as well as an appointment at her doctor. She would be gone the whole day, and so I would have the entire day to myself. I was looking forward to it. Who wouldn’t? I really was mistaken about this idea. For me to have a day by myself is a wonderful idea, but it’s still back in Kansas. The wife just left the building, I had settled down with a stack of books I needed to go through and, of course, a hot cup of coffee to the left of me. I was looking forward to a wonderful day. I sighed a deep sigh and opened up the first book. Then I got a phone call. I wasn’t prepared for the phone call, so I answered, expecting to talk to someone.

A Few Tips for Deodorizing Your Fridge

Nobody likes a smelly stinky refrigerator. Especially when you have no idea where the foul odor originates. Well, it’s not too hard to get rid of those nasty smells, so here are a few tips to get you deodorizing your fridge quickly and safely.

I May Be a Knucklehead, But I’m Not Insane

Nobody is perfect except maybe the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage comes close. I’ve never caught her in some imperfection, or if I had, nobody would know it from me. There is such an obsession today for people to be perfect. And, of course, their definition of perfect is what they are. They judge everybody by themselves, which is insane in itself. Often my wife will catch me in something and say, “Are you acting like a knucklehead?” If only she knew I wasn’t acting. The simple fact is, I don’t know everything I’m supposed to know. I don’t know what I’m not supposed to know. It gets rather confusing after a while, and it slips over into the area of knuckleheadhood. When it comes to fixing things, I am the classic knucklehead. If something is broken, I can make it more broken in just a few minutes. If the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage sees something broken, she can fix it in the twinkling of an eye. I married her because of that twinkle in her eye. At the time I didn’t know what it really meant.

Wrestling With God (2)

“But during the night Jacob got up and sent his two wives, two concubines, and eleven sons across the Jabbok River. After they were on the other side, he sent over all his possessions. This left Jacob all alone in the camp and a man came and wrestled with him until dawn. When the man saw that he couldn’t win the match, he struck Jacob’s hip and knocked it out of joint at the socket. Then the man said, ‘let me go, for it is dawn.’ But Jacob panted, ‘I will not let you go unless you bless me.’ ‘What is your name?’ The man asked, he replied, ‘Jacob.’ ‘Your name will no longer be Jacob,’ the man told him. ‘It is now Israel, because you have struggled with both God and man and have won.’ ‘What is your name? Jacob asked him. ‘Why do you ask?’ the man replied, then he blessed Jacob there.’Jacob named the place Peniel – ‘Face of God’ for he said, ‘I have seen God face to face, yet my life has been spared.’ The sun rose as he left Peniel.

Who Doesn’t Like A Girl Scout Cookie?

This week the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage made a little slip. To her, it was a little slip, but to me, it was a big mistake. It is not always that she makes mistakes that I can profit on. I don’t make this public, especially within her earshot, but there are times that she makes a mistake, and I’m always on the lookout for those times. When it comes to me, I’m always making mistakes. I’m not sure that I can make a little slip because mine are much bigger. And the problem with this is, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage always catches them, and sometimes, I don’t know how she does it, she catches them before I actually do them. She calls it “woman’s intuition,” but I call it “man’s trouble.” This past week, for instance, I had an appointment with my eye doctor. I was to pick up my new glasses, and I was anxious about that. I told my wife that the doctor’s appointment was on Wednesday. She countered that and said, “No, I believe it’s on Thursday.”

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