Keeping the Holidays Happy – Tips for Dealing With Difficult People – Reclaiming HOPE

I originally wrote this last year, but thought I’d share it again. It’s the season of parties and family gatherings, and the time of yearContinue reading

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I heard that there was a little snow down south.

Random Writings on the Bathroom Wall

XGYFzcG

Did ya make it to the grocery store for your emergency essentials before pandelerium set in???

Meanwhile in Minnesota, there’s a one vehicle accident on the CrossTown …

tie fighter accident

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A little story about St. Nicholas…

Paul Militaru

A little story about St. Nicholas

A little story about St. Nicholas

There are many legends about Saint Nicholas, but all these legends have a common point, namely generosity.

From historical sources it is known that Saint Nicholas was born and lived between the second and third centuries after Christ in Asia Minor, but the celebration of 6 December is actually the day of his death in 352 after Christ.

History also says he has inherited an impressive fortune from his parents, but he did not benefit from his generosity being out of the ordinary, sharing it with the bitter and poor, and making them happy too.

The legend also says that he disguises himself in order not to be recognized and to enter the sacking houses in the houses of the poor, leaving them gifts, clothes, food and money.

The most popular legend about St. Nicholas tells us that entering a man’s house that had…

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The Scammers Weren’t Lucky-God Will Provide

Tessa Can Do It! Positivity is Catching!

For one thing they caught me at the end of the month and so there was very little left in account and two I had considerably more than that in my secret hiding place that I keep for emergencies. Yes I miss it, but it would have been gone if my car broke down and I didn’t have enough here to cover it in my emergency stash.

My son was happy to see me taking it positively for a change and not moaning or groaning and beating myself up. Like I said the same thing would have happened if I had an emergency. Those people will get their payback as what goes around comes around.

I believe what I need will be provided by God if it comes to that. I am living on very little and even saving some so in a few months at the most I will…

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Link Up Party Ends Today!

The Link Up continues today but ends tonight so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

Meet and Greet Link

Link Up Party Continues!

The Link Up continues today but ends Monday evening so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

Meet and Greet Link

Link Up Party Continues!

The Link Up continues today but ends Monday evening so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

Meet and Greet Link

Stupid Damn Scammers and Stupid Me

Tessa Can Do It! Positivity is Catching!

I fell for a phone scam today. They spoofed the Social Security Number and so it came up that way on my phone since I have them in the phone. The number actually was SSA. They told me that my social security number was frozen due to suspicious activity. (And I just had to have my medicare card, the new one, reissued because it was frozen by SSA due to my address and then reissued). All this led me to believe that it really was SSA and they told me I was in deep trouble and needed a criminal lawyer. All my accounts were to be frozen that used my social security number etc.

Although they didn’t get my info, they did get the little bit of money left in my account, well almost all of it. There wasn’t alot and that is one of the good things about being…

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Make a puzzle calendar 

Annas Art - FärgaregårdsAnna

This is a repost from last year. It’s time to prep your puzzle calendar. This is how you do it.

Repris på ett inlägg från förra året. Dags att förbereda årets pusselkalender. Så här gör du.

Find a puzzle you like. Set every piece on its place. Divide it in 24 sections. Put the pieces for every section in an envelope or something else that collects the pieces, set a number on each envelope. Ask your friend or someone’s in your family to do the same.
Hitta ett pussel du gillar. Bygg det. Dela det i 24 delar. Lägg varje sektion i ett kuvert eller något annat som samlar bitarna. Numrera kuverten 1-24. Be någon i din familj eller en kompis om de vill göra likadant.

Switch puzzle with each other at December 1st and start building your calendar puzzle. One section per day until Christmas eve. By then you…

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