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I apologize for being MIA on here lately, but unfortunately, my father had a bad stroke and was hospitalized.  It's been pretty horrific to say the least, but rest assured, I HAVE been keeping a mental list of wacky things I've learned.  And here they are:

** The words "health" and "care" go together like oil and water.

** I need a Fat Tuesday rain check.

** If you cough in an airport, people think you have the bubonic plague.

** The Fannie May candy store might just be the next best thing to Heaven.

** A hospital is no place for sick people.

** True colors shine brightest when tragedy strikes.

** I'm pretty sure that sleep trumps milk in the doin' a body good department.

** The latest Carnival Cruise disaster is the 17, 998th reason why I will NEVER EVER go on a cruise.

** A teacher who's lost her voice is as bad as a sword fighter who's lost his sword.

** In addition to shitty toilet paper, life is way too short for would've, should've, could've.

** The Energizer Bunny can kiss my ass.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle (and after this week, I guess I can handle A LOT.)

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

 

 

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