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FUSSY EDGAR

FUSSY EDGAR

Edgar was fussy bloke,

Though sartorially insistent,

Somewhat of the local joke;

He was socially deficient.

It wasn’t about his handkerchief

Or anything he chose to wear. 189 more words

POETRY

We Are Losing Our Social Graces

We are losing the ability to talk with one another when we are with each other. This break down in communication occurs not only with strangers we come in contact with each day, but also in closer relationships between people. 588 more words

Day 14: You are quite wonderful the way you see room for improvement wherever you look

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

When someone offers you the gift of food…

Do:

  1. Be gracious. Smile and say ‘thank you’, even if it looks disgusting. Their intentions are good and they didn’t have to offer it to you.
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365 Day Photos

Hmmm

Have you ever noticed: it’s not what you say so much as how you say it? We have become a society full of sarcasm, put-downs, and verbal slams against something, usually someone, with whom we disagree. 246 more words

Walking By Faith And Not By Sight