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June 11, 2008

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Jewls

I'll share a real Aussie joke with you Melissa.
What do you get if you cross a sheep & a kangaroo.....A Woolly Jumper!!!! Sorry it's so lame :)
God bless every single inch of you :)

Sandy Yates

My son asked me the other day if I was born before the pay phone was invented. I got online and found out that the pay phone was invented in 1889. Can you imagine? I said "David, the pay phone was invented in 1889." He said sorry mom!

I hope you are feeling better and better with each passing day. Smile! May God Bless you.

Sandy Yates

My son asked me the other day if I was born before the pay phone was invented. I got online and found out that the pay phone was invented in 1889. Can you imagine? I said "David, the pay phone was invented in 1889." He said sorry mom!

I hope you are feeling better and better with each passing day. Smile! May God Bless you.

Lisa Hodge

Hello! Melissa you are beautiful! God is watching and taking each step with you...I'm going to tell you a funny story about MY son... he is 7. I recently got ALL my teeth pulled (cut out surgically) -on March 19th. I had to go about 2 months before getting my NEW teeth. So everywhere I went, I had to go "toothless" and this bothered me so bad...but I embraced it. I gave my little one an old picture of myself (with my bad teeth showing in the smile) I gave him some things to make a scrapbook page with and on his journal block he wrote "Moma is butiful without her teeth." This nearly made me cry. It made me realize I'm still "me" to him, and he loves me reguardless! The page up on my blog at http://happerscrapper72.blogspot.com It is wonderful!! I'll treasure it always!! We are blessed!! You take care and I'll keep you in my prayers!
Happy Scrappin'!
Lisa H. in Arkansas

Lisa Hodge

Hello! Melissa you are beautiful! God is watching and taking each step with you...I'm going to tell you a funny story about MY son... he is 7. I recently got ALL my teeth pulled (cut out surgically) -on March 19th. I had to go about 2 months before getting my NEW teeth. So everywhere I went, I had to go "toothless" and this bothered me so bad...but I embraced it. I gave my little one an old picture of myself (with my bad teeth showing in the smile) I gave him some things to make a scrapbook page with and on his journal block he wrote "Moma is butiful without her teeth." This nearly made me cry. It made me realize I'm still "me" to him, and he loves me reguardless! The page up on my blog at http://happerscrapper72.blogspot.com It is wonderful!! I'll treasure it always!! We are blessed!! You take care and I'll keep you in my prayers!
Happy Scrappin'!
Lisa H. in Arkansas

Lisa Hodge

Not sure what just happened! 2 entries, sorry-my computer had a glitch and my blog link doesn't work either- it DOES exist. I'm at happerscrapper72.blogspot.com I'm not sure what is going on with it when I give the link. anyways...
HAVE A GREAT DAY!!
Lisa H. in Arkansas

Lisa Hodge

Not sure what just happened! 2 entries, sorry-my computer had a glitch and my blog link doesn't work either- it DOES exist. I'm at happerscrapper72.blogspot.com I'm not sure what is going on with it when I give the link. anyways...
HAVE A GREAT DAY!!
Lisa H. in Arkansas

Lisa Hodge

well, duh!! I guess if I spell it right you might be able to get to my blog! NOW THAT SHOULD MAKE YOU LAUGH :D
Bye again
Lisa H.
HERE IS THE RIGHT ADDY
http://happyscrapper72.blogspot.com

Connie Fisher

Off the top of my head, I can't think of a joke or a funny story. My memory is getting really bad!! But my favorite quote is:
"The most wasted of all days is one without laughter".
I have it posted on my computer at work and I try to remember to laugh every day - laughter can make even the worst day seem better.

Melissa--I hope you find lots to laugh about today--others have posted some pretty cute stories/jokes to help you out.

Hugs!

Angel Stone

I plan to scrap this someday if I can ever get pics of my daughter catching them but I have always called fireflys "lightening bugs" one day my daughter came in and asked if she could go outside and catch "Thunderstorm bugs" well I guess lightening and thunderstorms do go hand in hand! Take care of yourself and remember:

Life is not measured by the numbers of breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away.

Brenda Rudrud

I have just come across to your blog from another and not knowing the whole story I do feel compelled to tell you that God's blessings will always be in your life and I wish you continued happiness and the best outcome to all you have been through. Over the miles I hope you can feel my strength being sent to you. Stay strong and positive...God Bless.

michele marshall

My friends and I all get a laugh when I tell them the story about how I used to tell my kids that Target has a rule that kids are not allowed in on Sundays. It goes back to when they were 2 and 4 and we were heading to a birthday party for one of their cousins and I needed to run into the Target to pick up the gift. They of course wanted to come with me. But we were short on time and the last thing I wanted were four more hands with me in the toy isle. So I left them with my Husband in the car and told them that "kids are not allowed in Target on Sundays!"

Michele M

Heidi Mansion

One of my favorite memories and something that makes me smile especially around the holidays is that of my 4 year old son at Christmas. He was playing one day (not quietly, because he NEVER is quiet unless he is sleeping; he is a very energetic boy) and was singing at the top of his lungs a favorite Christmas song: "Chestnuts roast beef on an open fire; Jack Frost nipping at your toes." To this day, I am unable to sing this beloved Christmas song with the correct lyrics.

Hugs from Texas,
Heidi Mansion

Katie

Hmmm...so many funny little stories to tell...but this one sticks in my head. We were moving to a new house. Car load after car load of stuff...I saved the cats and the litter box until the last load. I teased my then 5 year old that she was going to have to move the litter box. She was like, "Nope Mom...whoever wears the biggest panties has to move the litter box...so it's you!" So funny...and yes, my panties are way bigger then hers (way, way bigger) so I ended up moving the litter box!!

missylangford1215

Here's my favorite stupid joke. Often I can only remember the punch line, but I still laugh.

How do you make a tissue dance?

Put a little boogey in it!

Missy

Susan Beth Breuner

When I was a young adult I moved back into my folks' house for awhile. While there, a friend from out of town called unexpected and said she was visiting for the weekend and would love to get together. We arranged for her to eat dinner with my family in our home. My mom decided to add some chicken to the ribs bar-b-que plan because she was afraid there wasn't enough ribs. Good thing! Because when we sat down to eat my friend excused herself to go to the restroom and my mom suddenly started picking up all the ribs off of everybody's plate and the platter exclaiming "We already ate these." What had happened was that in the heat of summer my mom would put the rib bones in a plastic bag after a meal and into the freezer until the night before garbage day - to avoid smell and dogs getting into them. Apparently the bag with good ribs (not eaten yet) got thrown away by mistake. Then, she took the bag of ribs out to defrost, my dad bbq'ed them (applying sauce and all) and neither of them noticed there was no meat on them and there were teeth marks in some of the bones. We are not generally a dumb family, but this night would not prove that to anyone. How many people do you know who serve already been eaten food to company? Or just to their family for that matter? My friend never said anything about the disappeared ribs. She never came to our house for dinner again either, and I think she concluded I came from a strange bunch. I hope you can enjoy a little light hearted giggle at my family's expense - we don't mind. Incidents like that make the world an interesting place.

angie

I used to work as a social worker in a long-term rehab hospital. Patients and their families would often get very depressed about the length of the recovery process and in many cases, the fact the recovery would not be complete - the person would never be who they used to be again. I'll never forget one lovely gentleman who had lost a leg to diabetes, but had the most wonderful, upbeat attitude about life. When asked, "How are you doing?" he'd reply, "I got one foot in the grave... get it?" and then laugh so long and loud you just had to laugh with him.

I sense that you are that upbeat type of person. I know you must have your moments, but don't forget to laugh loud and often.

Debbie

My oldest son has Asperger's Syndrome so he has a very quirky personality. This last April Fools he spent a lot of time master minding multiple pranks on family members. My boy set his alarm for 4 am, snuck in our bedroom while he was trying to control his giggling. That's actually what woke me up and then I heard my husband tell him "naw, don't do that to her..." It turns out my husband saved me from a homemade uni-brow with a Sharpie marker.

Jennie

You're doing great and you look wonderful :)
*hugs*
Jennie

Theresa

Sending lighthearted vibes Melissa's way.
We have a new kitten who is constantly making us laugh with her naughty antics...climbing the sheer drapes, attacking our feet under the covers, etc...
The funniest moment so far had to be when she was sitting on the rim of the bathtub while my 6 year old was taking her bath. She became fixated on one of the wind up toys, her eyes growing wider and wider, under she could resist no longer. She sprang at it and wound up getting a good soaking.
If you feel up to looking at my blog, there are some pictures of her under 'They grow up so fast' and 'Meet Sophie.' My cousin in law school says there's no better stress relief for her than looking at pictures of cute kittens.
Theresa
http://goingscrapbooky.blogspot.com/

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