Individualized "Crap baskets". When you find someone's crap lying around the house you put it in their individual baskets and they have to
home sweet home.
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This is an old dresser that my husband found in someone's trash and brought it home for me to refurbish. It was painted white with flowers on it, and the drawers were missing all the knobs. I sanded it down and repainted it to look primitive.
"In the Gospel there’s a beautiful passage that tells us of the shepherd who, returning to the sheepfold and realizing that a sheep is missing, leaves the 99 and goes to look for it. Brothers and sisters, we have one. It’s the 99 who we’re missing! We must go to them! We are the minority.This is a big responsibility and we must ask the Lord for the grace of generosity and the courage and the patience to go out, to go out and proclaim the
I don't always vacuum but when I do 90% of the time is spent trying to suck up something big enough I can do it with my hands
Surround Yourself! IF they talk about others THEY WILL talk about you! Even one time is enough to distance yourself! If the post vague negative facebook status stuff get the hell away from them! That screams insecure mental mess with no legit backbone! Seriously keep that crap out of your life! They are not cool funny or confident! If so they would say that to someone's face and not need social media to do it! ~ Jenett Purvis~
“They asked me if I’m going to miss Harry Potter. I just laughed…I found it a dumb question, I spent ten years of my life with all those people. We studied, learned and grew up together. I lived ten years as Ron and now, it’s like I’m missing a big part of me.” (Rupert Grint)
In 1895, Dr. Nathan Mossell established the Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital, the first black hospital in Philadelphia. In 1895, Dr. Mossell The second private black hospital in the city. Dr. Mossell was also one of the most highly educated and qualified surgeons at the turn of the 20th century. Even at the age of 90, the physician spent his final hours continuing to practice medicine. He may have been stubborn and quite controlling, but he