I found this advice in an old cookbook and thought I would share it. It’s called, How to Preserve a Husband. Be careful in your selection. Do not choose too young and take only such varieties as have been reared in a good, moral atmosphere. When once decided upon and selected, let that part remain…Read more »
Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers out there! Here is a simple father’s tale I heard today & thought I would share it. An elderly man saw a crow tapping at his window. “What? What is it?” His grown son said to him, “It’s a crow. It’s only a crow. I’ve told you this…Read more »
The new breed of telephone scammers don’t wait for someone to say hello to rip someone off. One such scam is they make repeated calls to you and disconnect after one ring. They know this will spur people into calling back the displayed number. If you call the area codes such as 268, 664, and…Read more »
The high demand and supply in the USA of sexual and labor trafficking contributes to the human trafficking problem. Young adults, male and female as young as twelve, are victims of this serious crime. Less than 10% are kidnapped. Many victims were sold by someone they knew. They are targeted by their vulnerabilities. Victims may…Read more »
Looking for a job is hard work and the last thing you need is identity theft while searching for employment. Today’s job market begins and ends online. It might be easier to apply and look for work online, but the ease of sophisticated threats directed at job seekers is new. Before entering personal information online,…Read more »
In today’s world of violence, we need to prepare ourselves for hostile situations. Be alert to what is going on in the area around you. If you’re on the job, work out a signal with your co-workers to let them know you’re in trouble and need assistance. Know where the nearest phone is located. Confused or…Read more »
your boss hands you a stack of paperwork to do on top of your pile of things to get done and you jump up and shout, “Woo-hoo!”; after he has to pitch in and help because of staff shortage.
your grandmother complains that you need to speak clearer and you annunciate each word very slowly just to bug her.
you get the giggles after performing CPR on that same 500 lb. person and they make it.
you laugh after straining your back from trying to scoot a 500 lb. person into their recliner with the help of 2 assistants and the person didn’t budge an inch.