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Monthly Archives: November 2008
T minus 35 days and counting . . . Call me sentimental, but I love holiday traditions. And seeing TSO each year has become a holiday tradition for my boys and me. Tonight we watched Trans Siberian Orchestra videos on YouTube for … Continue reading
The word SET has the most definitions of any word in the English language. SET has 464 definitions in the Oxford English Dictionary. Here’s how the others stack up: RUN – 396 (defs.) GO – 368 TAKE … Continue reading
Shout, Shout. Let it all out. These are the things I can do without: People who appear to be talking to me when they are actually conversing with someone else on their hands-free cell phone. Paying for … Continue reading
This was recently sent to me. I wanted to pay it forward. History Mystery Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846. John F. Kennedy was elected to Congress in 1946. Abraham Lincoln was elected President in 1860. … Continue reading