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April 03, 2007

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Kat in GA: A Soldiers' Angel

hehehe...you know around here in GA what folks' most common last words are?

"Hey! Y'ALL WATCH THIS!"

hehehe....

Glad God loves even us goofy, accident-prone, what-in-the-world-have-i-done-now types! LOL! :)

Nancy A Comparan

reminds me of my family!!! thanks

Rawsense2004

Dear Mother of God! (Please indulge me), you poor baby! Ow! I hope you are feeling better. I know it will be useless to try to advise a man on his new 'toys', so I won't. Y-o-u-c-h!

Kat in GA: A Soldiers' Angel

Rosemary -- i think this is an ancedote that has been floating around the net for a while, I think (hope). I seem to remember seeing it somewhere else before... so I'm reasonably certain our beloved Chaplain was not the Stun Gun Guy... in this instance. (could be wrong, but.....) ;) :-)

Judy

This sounds like something I would do. You had me laughing to myself and when I told my good Lutheran co-worker (Marian) the story, she knew somebody who did the same thing and she could still remember him telling about his reaction.

Have a Blessed Easter. Feels more like Christmas time in Minneapolis!
Heard on the radio this morning that an expensive restaurant in St. Paul which specializes in wonderful steaks (Mancini's) is donating 12 oz. steaks for our National Guard stationed in Iraq.
I know their food is good because that's where Judy went to celebrate her 40th high school class reunion some time ago.
Judy and Randy

Monty Johnson

Oh my! That was too funny! My wife and I laughed ourselves silly. Well I laughed more and longer than she did. thanks

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