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Something to think about--

Jean's picture

How we spend our dash.   Shortcut to: http://www.thedashmovie.com/



My mother's menu consisted of two choices: Take it or leave it.

- Buddy Hackett

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Rhea's picture

(post #46010, reply #1 of 4)

...how true and where is my kleenex?...what a gem...

 a wise woman once said you have to kiss alot of frogs before you find your prince.. my lips are sore...p.s. but I finally found one!!!

I can't even afford the lifestyle I don't want...

CHandGreeson's picture

(post #46010, reply #2 of 4)

Jean, thanks for posting this! Once in a class we had to think about "the dash" and write about it. I am sure it was a theology class, I just can't think of the exact context for the assignment. I am fowarding the link to my old teacher, maybe he can remind me!
~Charlotte

MadMom's picture

(post #46010, reply #3 of 4)

I had that emailed to me - does make you stop and think, doesn't it?



Not One More Day!
Not One More Dime! Not One More Life! Not One More Lie!

End the Occupation of Iraq -- Bring the Troops Home Now!

And Take Care of Them When They Get Here!

unbaked's picture

(post #46010, reply #4 of 4)

Just gorgeous. Wish I could have listened to it, but DF is sleeping..will go back to it later.


Made me think about how his Mamaw spent her life without every saying unkind thing to anyone as far as anyone could remember. She was the epitome of the true Southern Christian Lady.


She never said just 'thank you', she said, 'Thank you Sweetly' and that pretty much summed up her life.


If any of us could live an entire week the way she lived her 93 years, we'd be better persons for it.


'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine

'The desire to make an effort to improve the lives of those around you does not yet live in everyone, but it does live in everyone who cooks.' -Bill Penzey, one magazine