Month: March 2014
What a week! my friend’s house burnt down in January but as things go she wasn’t able to get alot of items out of the house because they were frozen down. I am on my way to work now, my work week I do not count as a part of living my life is on hold for one week so I count my month as two weeks and my year as six months. I live with four challenged people then I go home and recuperate. It is not easy yet my friend does not get a chance to recuperate. Overwhelmed with chaos it is a challenge just to put her life back together. Yet her strength is admirable . I must go now if I do not answer it is because I am unable to . so thank you for writing me .
less annoying GPS director
“In fifty yards, turn right. At the traffic circle, drive around eighteen times. In 100 yards, stare at the ground for at least five minutes, then lick yourself. At the next light, turn left and chase your own tailpipe. You have reached your destination, or a fish market, whichever comes first…”
Jess B. from San Francisco writes: “Hi there, Love love LOVE your site!! I’m a first-time contributor, so is my cat (as far as I know). Attached is a picture of Truman, riding shotgun at age 0.5 years. He’s three now and a chunky monkey. Hope you post us, thnx!!”
“Two guinea pigs live happily in our preschool classroom in Brooklyn, NY. Ninja (above) & Buttercup were donated at the beginning of the school year by a family that developed bad allergies and could not keep them. They are a loved part of our classroom and so sweet. Because of the polar vortex, I tried to knit them a sweater, but it turns out that guinea pigs HATE wearing sweaters!” -Kerri M.
In this microwave world we want things and we want them now…and things we have to patiently toil for are often discarded or ignored.
With the many concerns we all have, it’s easy to “grow weary in well doing”.
We have an opportunity in front of us to make a real difference in an ongoing tragedy…but we need to choose to act, and act in faith despite the length of the trial..
The Iranian government has a tradition of releasing some political prisoners as part of the celebration of the Iranian New Year called Nowruz.
We want to create another social media storm this Wednesday calling on anyone who can influence the Iranian government to release Pastor Saeed Abedini.
The last social media campaign was extremely effective in raising awareness and compelling our government to take real actions to procure his freedom.
This might be the one that wins it.
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