Cherry Dumpling Soup

I read from a book today that I read in my childhood. The name of it is The Boxcar Children. It was originally written in the ’40’s. I remember parts of the story from reading it the first time. It’s about 4 children who became […]

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Devotions By Woodrow Kroll

Just this week I’ve been studying a new devotion each morning called Early In the Morning. It’s on the Back to the Bible website and is by the organization’s president Woodrow Kroll. He is also on the radio program Back to the Bible. Here’s the […]

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Adjective Quiz Lessons 36-40

Give the comparative and superlative forms for these adjectives. 1. fair 2. tender 3. difficult 4. earnest 5. responsible 6. easy 7. many 8. straight 9. muddy 10. cheerful Answers Copyright 2006 Word Place Inc – – All Rights Reserved.

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Super DeTox Foods

This informative blog entry was originally posted in February of 2007. I’m reposting it for my children. I apologise for not putting a link to the originator of the article. Repost: Top 10 Detox Foods I know about 5 minutes ago I put a (boring) […]

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A Prayer For Unkind Deeds

Sometimes life causes us to get an ungrateful complaining attitude. This attitude must be fought against . . . Here’s a needed prayer by theologian F B Meyer Forgive us if this day we have done or said anything to increase the pain of the […]

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How To Be A Lady

Taken from Yahoo! Answers ~To be a poised lady you should understand the importance of etiquette. Showing respect to others through good manners is the mark of a lady. ~Use good posture. ~Speak gently and without vulgarity, smile, always offer to help others, and call […]

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The Daily Life Of Manners

10 GENTLE REMINDERS Taken from the site Magnificent Manners. 1. Making others feel at ease is the essence of etiquette, yesterday and today. 2. There are few words more elementary or more welcomed than please and thank you. 3. Good moods are contagious. Hopefully, yours […]

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Grammar Lesson 40~Adjectives

Never use double comparisons. If you use er or est, then don’t use more or most. Correct: He is busier than me. Incorrect: He is more busier than me. Choose the correct form in the following sentences. 1. Yesterday we played our (worse, worst) concert. […]

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