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I always intend to share the joke in our newsletter every week.
But I usually get busy and FORGET.
So this is this weeks: clean and funny:
A teacher asked her students to use the word “beans” in a sentence.
” My Father eats beans,”, said one girl.
” My Mother cooks beans,” said a boy.
A third student spoke up. “We are all human beans.”
Kids always say the best things.
Lest We Forget- 2016
Let us not regret….
I need to give a thank you to someone I know not….
Someone who’s long passed away, someone that time forgot.
Someone who’s just a memory and left their family bruised,
Someone whose final resting place their family did not choose….
So, know you’re not forgotten and let us share your regret,
Thank you to our Diggers. God bless. Lest we forget.
Extract by Matt Langdon- The Bush Poet
I love being positive. It’s good for the soul. Today I was looking for birthday verses and found this nifty little gem of positivity I’d love to share with you:
How could one not be positive with this little bit of nonsense to lead the way?
Naturally…. my word for today is… “POSITIVE!”
A loving Legend
Legends say that the hummingbirds float free.
They carry our hopes for love, joy, and celebration.
The hummingbird’s delicate grace reminds us that
life is rich, beauty is everywhere, and every
personal connection has meaning,
and that laughter is life’s sweetest creation.
We need to find beauty in all things we see
… most of all in nature and people we meet.
We need to share the beauty in ourselves
in every connection we make with others.
Life is definitely rich and it’s ours for the taking.