Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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I have nothing to say.

That being said, I wish I could take a nap. All the elements are in place but my wee brain will not go to sleep. And now I have whiled away naptime and Toby will wake up any minute and I will.still.be.tired.

Sheesh.

19 comments:

  1. Content of the Blog and Bloggers will be the liability of the sender, as will any consequences of willfully, purposely providing false, misleading, or fraudulent information. Jessica Clark merely provides the forum for which others may post their opinions, experiences, etc. The materials contained and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the MCF, God, or IHOP. Information presented should be considered "as observed by, and to the best knowledge of, the posting party(s)", and not as a statement of fact.

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  2. Ok, now what I want to know, putting aside the marriage and all that mess, Is WHAT THE HECK IS MOTHER WOUNDING?-G

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  3. tonight, at my class, we cover Father Wounding. I don't think I have that either.

    Except that "It'll grow" response to EVERY haircut...

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  4. hey, what about " Life is not fair"? Didn't that wound you?-G

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  5. What do you mean there's nothing to eat! We have cheese, we have eggs...

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  6. Now you have did it. Your poor father( may he rip) the recipient of the aforementioned slander, slurs and innuendoes. He hears you up there with his harp. signed You know dang well who

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  7. must leave immediately

    i have bad breath

    i apologize

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  8. Roses are red ,violets are blue-if I buy dinkie twinkies i'll give one to you!(From the tiger to the viking)

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  9. Alas I have searched and found many,yet none so charming as viking granny.(fbtig)

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  10. back up viking boy know your place and call me daddy!

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  11. whats the matter?tiger got your tongue?(fbtig)

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  12. Brother/Daddy thanks kinda sick, don't ya think? (ha)

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  13. Oh,go swim in your fiord.(fbtig)

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  14. Anonymous said...
    Roses are red ,violets are blue-if I buy dinkie twinkies i'll give one to you!(From the tiger to the viking)



    Alas I have searched and found many,yet none so charming as viking granny.




    Oooooooo

    How Sweet and HOW Romantic......

    Not only a musician but a poet..

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  15. A Work in Progress

    "He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also He has put eternity in their hearts, except that no one can find out the work that God does from beginning to end." (Ecclesiastes 3:11)

    I am an artist. I like to draw and design. Sometimes when I am sketching, someone will come along, look over my shoulder, and see only a certain shape or form. They only see what is visible for the time being. But I am still working.

    "What is it going to be?" the person asks.

    "Just wait."

    "I think you should do it this way. . . ."

    "Just let me do it," I say. "Why don't you let me alone until I'm finished, and then I will gladly show it to you."

    Every artist loves to display his work. But when I am working on my art, I know it is a work in progress. When I am done, then I am happy to show it to others.

    You, too, are a work in progress. God is doing a work in your life. When it is done, He will show you. If it is not done yet, be patient. God sees the end from the beginning. We can't see what it is, but God can. That is important to remember.

    As God told the exiled nation of Israel, "For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope" (Jeremiah 29:11).

    For Israel, it meant they would be in Babylon for a while, but ultimately, God would get them out. For us, what it means specifically to us on a day-to-day basis, time will tell. Whatever it is, it is good, because God is in control of it.

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  16. Snake eats family dog as kids watch

    BRISBANE, Australia (AP) -- A 16-foot python stalked a family dog for days before swallowing the pet whole in front of horrified children in the Australian tropics, animal experts said Wednesday.

    The boy and girl, aged 5 and 7, watched as the scrub python devoured their silky terrier-Chihuahua crossbreed Monday at their home near Kuranda in Queensland state.

    Stuart Douglas, owner of the Australian Venom Zoo in Kuranda, said scrub pythons typically eat wild animals such as wallabies, a smaller relative of the kangaroo, but sometimes turn to pets in urban areas.

    "It actively stalked the dog for a number of days," Douglas said.
    "The family that owned the dog had actually seen it in the dog's bed, which was a sign it was out to get it," he added.

    "They should have called me then, but (the snake) got away and three or four days later, I was called and went around and removed it" after the dog had been killed, Douglas said.

    By the time Douglas arrived, all that could be seen of the dog was its hind legs and tail.

    The lady who was there threw some plastic chairs at the snake, but you've got to remember that this is about 50 kilograms (110 pounds) of aggressive muscle," Rose said.

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  17. serves that dog right for being a chihuahua.

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