Plan Like a Chipmunk!

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Thought For the Day

Three-Fifths of a Brain

    News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:   WASHINGTON, D.C.—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez came out hard against the Electoral College,

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Jane Antide Thouret

  Remember to consider only Christ in the person of the poor.  Serve them always as you would serve Christ himself.  

11 Comments

  1. “I would put on my notepad a New Year’s Resolution to be more organized and plan better, but I can’t seem to find the notepad.

    Now is that the common garden variety electronic (Steve Jobs) style notepad – or is it the rapidly disappearing, rarely found pencil and paper type notepad?

    Our world today has become very complex, but I don’t have that trouble – I’m too simple to do “complex”, so I just KISS ( keep it simple, stupid) and commit only ONE resolution to memory. 🙂

  2. “I can’t seem to find the notepad.”

    I have the same problem with my completely-useless, hand-held GPS.

    I can’t find it!

    Here’s my every-year resolution: pray more.

  3. My resolution: clean the house.

    This is a much bigger challenge than it sounds like, because we’re now up to three roving dis organizers, plus the cats. *grin*

  4. When the wife and I had three little kids Foxfier we reached the determination that three small children and a clean house were incompatible concepts!

    As a father of three small children, I heartily concur. The refrain “didn’t we just clean that?” is frequently on our lips.

  5. We had three small boys and a clean house. No, wait, I take that back. We had two small engineers, a boy, and a clean, neatly organized house. Then we started homeschooling. Now we have two mid-sized engineers, a Minecraft junkie and a mess. The two engineers and Minecraft junkie can’t keep mom’s preference for entropy at bay.

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