Thursday, June 28, 2007

Springfield Cardinals

Bubba and I went to our first Springfield Cardinals game last Thursday night. They played the Tulsa Drillers. It was an awesome game! I'm not a huge baseball fan so I really didn't think it would be nearly as exciting as it was. Watching baseball at the stadium is so much better than watching it on tv. The only thing that I didn't like was not being able to participate in the clapping songs they played every once in a while. Being a rookie to the whole stadium experience, as soon as I would finally get the rhythm down and start clapping, it was over. I did get the CHARGE! song down pretty well though.

Our friends Richard and Jennifer had extra tickets and gave them to us.
We sat in Section EE in the Ford Redbird Roost area, in seats 3 and 4. We had a perfect view and thankfully it was in the shade. We had all the free food and soda we could handle.

The ever-so-yummy Tim Tialdo during one of the 'in between innings" events. Unfortunately, I didn't get any closer to him than this to get a picture. Bubba frowned every time I would suggest going down to the lower level to get better pics of Tim. But later, as we were leaving, we saw Tim's girlfriend. And only then did Bubba say he thought it was a big mistake for not going to find Tim earlier to get pictures. She is a total knockout!

Ironically, I had to lean over in order to take the picture of this warning. Notice all the people down below. It's a long fall down.
Funny thing is, every time the girls with the whistles came out (I don't know if they are cheerleaders for the team or what), I kept complaining to Bubba about them not throwing or sling-shotting tshirts up into the higher levels. I was getting perturbed with those girls. I really wanted a tshirt and they were just ignoring all the people up in the higher levels. Later, I realized why. I don't think anyone really wants to take such a long drop down to a lower level after reaching out over the wall for a tshirt.
It might take me a while but eventually I will figure it out.

Louie is as Louie does.

The batteries on my digicam were getting low so it was taking a long time to recharge between shots and Louie took full advantage of that and made about 10 different poses for me while we waited. He was cracking me up! This is what I ended up with in the end.


The Cardinals won and most of the excitement came in the last inning.
We had such a great time! We are planning on going again at the end of next month. On July 31st, it's Republic Night at the stadium. And we are going again in August. Prime Source is hosting their yearly Customer Appreciation convention and a ballgame at Hammons Field is one of the perks of that convention. I can't wait!


Man's headache mystery solved when bullet found

A FLORIDA man awoke with a severe headache and asked his wife to drive him to a hospital, where doctors found a bullet lodged behind his right ear, sheriff's deputies said.

The wife, April Moylan, fled the emergency room when the bullet was discovered but later told deputies she had accidentally shot her husband as he slept early on Tuesday.



Monday, June 25, 2007

Email Joke!

Another funny one from Uncle Doug!

A Polish man moved to the USA and married an American girl. Although his English was far from perfect, they got along very well until one day he rushed into a lawyer's office and asked him if he could arrange a divorce for him.

The lawyer said that getting a divorce would depend on the circumstances, and asked him the following questions:

Lawyer: "Have you any grounds?"
Polish Man: "Yes, an acre and half and nice little home."

Lawyer: "No, I mean what is the foundation of this case?"
Polish Man: "It made of concrete."

Lawyer: "I don't think you understand. Does either of you have a real grudge?"
Polish Man: "No, we have carport, and not need one."

Lawyer: "I mean. What are your relations like?"
Polish Man: "All my relations still in Poland."

Lawyer: "Is there any infidelity in your marriage?"
Polish Man: "We have hi-fidelity stereo and good DVD player."

Lawyer: "Does your wife beat you up?"
Polish Man: "No, I always up before her."

Lawyer: "Why do you want this divorce?"
Polish Man: "She is going to kill me."

Lawyer: "What makes you think that?"
Polish Man: "I got proof."

Lawyer: "What kind of proof?"
Polish Man: "She going to poison me. She buy a bottle at drugstore and put on shelf in bathroom. I can read, and it say: 'Polish Remover'."

Monday, June 18, 2007

Paper Chess Set

Jaime at Paper Forest posted a neat little chess set made out of paper a while back and I've just now gotten around to posting about it.
I totally love papercraft and thought this was pretty cool. I can't wait to make my own set.

Cake Art

Take a look at these remarkable works of art! All cake, all edible!

Singer Sewing Machine cake

Kitchen scene cake (love the linoleum floor!)

Box of goodies cake

Reebok shoe cake

Many, many more wonderful cakes here.

Friday, June 15, 2007

Listen up AT&T..........I WANT DSL!

I seriously don't understand all this.

Two years ago, when I was looking to buy the house I live in now, the ad listing stated "DSL ready". This was back when AT&T was still SBC. The guy that lived here before us was a gamer and had two computers hooked up to DSL through SBC. The lines and plug-ins boxes are still here. All I need is the equipment to plug in.
Now that I am ready to get DSL, SBC has since changed to AT&T. I have been told for nearly a year now that DSL is not available in my area. How can this be possible, I ask? There was DSL here before.....why not now? No one can tell me. I spoke with a lady at AT&T almost 6 months ago and she tried really hard to get it so I could have DSL. She even got it to the point of telling me on a Friday that, yes, it's available and she would order the equipment and send it right out. Two days later, on Monday, she calls me to tell me that my order has been cancelled because the technician says that DSL is not available to me. And she said she wasn't given a reason as to why it isn't available. The only thing she could do was put me on a DSL waiting list. Well, crap! To me, that sounds like a way to get me off the phone....... "let's put you on the list and then forget about you" kind of deal.

This is the most frustrating thing about this whole deal. Everyone around me has DSL. Even people that moved in next door AFTER we moved in here, they have DSL.
What happened to the SBC DSL gateways that made it possible to have DSL here at one time? Did they disintegrate or something?
All I am asking is someone give me a reason WHY I can't get DSL now through AT&T but back when they were SBC, it was available?

I don't want to go with satellite internet access because its too expensive.
I am too far away from the nearest wireless access here in town for a small desktop box and don't have the $250 at this time to shell out for a bigger wireless network box to be installed on the side of my house.
AT&T has the cheapest option for me right now and I am fully willing to pay it but they won't even answer my questions when I call. Their website is crap and I'm not sure the EMAIL US function is even working. If it is, it's not giving me confirmation that my emails are even going through.
If they would just give me an explanation to all this, I would be more satisfied and it would make the wait for DSL more bearable. Until then, I just sit here on my slow ass dialup about to tear my hair out over all this.

UPDATE: I finally, after about 6 tries, got an email to go through with confirmation. But I ask, what's the point of giving you 1000 character spaces to compose an email, when the system doesn't take the email if you use every one of those 1000 characters? Because I did, I surely did.

UPDATE: Incredible! Not 5 minutes after I sent the email to AT&T, this really nice guy called from AT&T. I don't remember his name because I was absolutely shocked that they called that quickly and I forgot his name.
But I can finally say, I got the definite answer I had been looking for. The reason I can't get DSL now is because in the years time that I moved in here and the day I called to get DSL, the station that I would use to hook up to DSL is filled to capacity. The stations can only hold so many connections and someone must have taken mine when it was disconnected for the year or so after we bought this house. The only way I can now get DSL is to wait until someone cancels their account and that leaves an open spot for me. I asked the guy if there was any way to expand the station to include more connections and he said not really, because it was very expensive to do. Ugh.
What a relief to know all this. I am very happy that they responded to my inquiry so quickly. I really don't understand why I couldn't have been told all this 6 months ago.
So, I still don't have DSL but at least now, I know why. In the meantime, if I want a faster internet connection, my only other alternative is to save up the $250 for a wireless network box. I don't see that happening any time soon.

Now, I'm off to create some havoc in the neighborhood and see if I can't get some people around here to pack up and move somewhere else........mmmmuuuuaaahhhhh!!!

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Email Joke Time Again!

I have a first time entry from my cousin, Chelsa.
Hi Chels!

I highly doubt this is true but it's still funny all the same.

This is just too funny not to share. Excerpted from an article which appeared in The Dublin Times about a bank robbery on March 2.

Once inside the bank shortly after midnight, their efforts at disabling the security system got underway immediately. The robbers, who expected to find one or two large safes filled with cash & valuables, were surprised to see hundreds of smaller safes throughout the bank.

The robbers cracked the first safe's combination, and inside they found only a small bowl of vanilla pudding. As recorded on the bank's audio tape system, one robber said, "At least we'll have a bit to eat."

The robbers opened up a second safe, and it also contained nothing but vanilla pudding. The process continued until all safes were opened. They did not find one pound sterling, a diamond, or an ounce of gold. Instead, all the safes contained covered bowls of pudding.

Disappointed, the robbers made a quiet exit, each leaving with nothing more than a queasy, uncomfortably full stomach. The newspaper headline read:


Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Woman Named Butts Charged in TP Theft

Woman Named Butts Charged in TP Theft
The Associated Press
June 11, 2007

Police blame a woman named Butts for stealing toilet paper from a central Iowa courthouse, and while they're chuckling, the theft charge could put her in prison.

'She's facing potentially three years of incarceration for three rolls of toilet paper,' Chief Lon Walker said, stifling a laugh as he talked to KCCI-TV about Suzanne Marie Butts. 'See, I can't say it with a straight face.'

Workers had noticed the rolls disappearing from the Marshall County Courthouse much faster than usual, Walker said.

Butts, 38, was caught last week after an employee saw her taking three rolls of two-ply tissue from a storage closet, Walker said.

Butts insisted it was the first time she'd pilfered toilet paper, but she declined to answer further questions on her attorney's advice.

The fifth-degree theft charge, a misdemeanor, normally carries a sentence of less than a year in jail. But Butts could face more time if convicted under the state's habitual offender law because she has prior theft convictions.

Walker did not know why Butts was at the courthouse, but said that she did not work there.

Monday, June 11, 2007

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Thursday, June 7, 2007


Reading through this post at Mental Floss about a blog called On My Desk, my eyes came to a screeching halt on this picture of some persons desk area. I am green with envy! Talk about my dream room! A craft room with a huge table, everything organized into bins, a computer desk area and a television in the corner. I could live in that room!

'Scuse me while I wipe up some drool........

Do you know your US states?

Here's a couple of fun time-wasters for ya!

Try to match the names of the states with their shape.
Map Test

And if that's not hard enough, try this one.
Place US States

How Convenient!

As if this couldn't have been predicted.....

Paris Hilton Released to Her Home

By Emily Fromm

Paris Released to Home | Paris Hilton
Due to an undisclosed "medical condition," Paris Hilton has been reassigned from jail to her home, where she will wear an electronic monitoring device.

"She was not released, she was reassigned," Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept. spokesperson Steve Whitmore said at a press conference Thursday.

He would not provide further details about the medical condition, citing privacy laws. He did not know if the condition was pre-existing, but said the decision was made after "extensive consultation" with medical personnel.

Whitmore said Hilton was released shortly after midnight on Thursday: "She was transported out of here by us, there was a transference to her attorney, and then she was taken home."

Hilton has been credited with five days of time served and will spend the remaining 40 days of her 45-day sentence confined to her home wearing an ankle bracelet with a range of 3,000-4,000 square feet.

Asked whether she would be confined completely, Whitmore said: "There's some fudge with that. If someone goes and gets their mail, if they're 30 minutes outside, that's okay. It's a complicated electronic situation."

Whitmore said the sheriff's department is not concerned with appearing to be soft on the celebrity inmate. "It doesn't matter how we look, really," he said. "We just hopefully do our job and do it professionally, with a sense of humanity." reported Thursday morning that Hilton had been released early Thursday.

Hilton, 26, began her sentence Sunday night at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, south of Los Angeles.

The heiress was sentenced to 45 days in jail for violating her probation by driving with a suspended license. Amid speculation that she would actually serve much less time due to prison overcrowding, police said she would spend at least 23 days behind bars.

If this had been anyone else, they'd still be sitting in that tiny jail cell.

Rev. Al Sharpton is throwing his two cents in the ring about the Paris Hilton home release debauble. Although I don't know why he's doing it, I couldn't agree with him more.

Outrage: Sharpton Bashes Paris Transfer

By Tim Nudd

Outrage: Sharpton Bashes Paris Transfer | Al Sharpton, Paris Hilton

The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a rebuke to the California justice system for allowing Paris Hilton to leave jail and serve her sentence at home, saying the move reveals a dangerous double standard.

"This early release gives all the appearances of economic and racial favoritism that is constantly cited by poor people and people of color," the civil-rights leader and president of National Action Network said Thursday, according to the Drudge Report. "There are any number of cases of people who handle being incarcerated badly and even have health conditions that are not released."

Sharpton said he has "nothing but empathy for Ms. Hilton," pointing out that he appeared with her on Saturday Night Live in 2003. But he said the decision to transfer her from a Los Angeles County prison to her own home, where she will be under house arrest, is unconscionable.

"I have served several sentences for civil rights and civil disobedience actions and I even fasted, which caused health concerns to prison authorities who paid for a doctor to come see me daily rather than release me," Sharpton said. "This act smacks of the double standards that many of us raise."

Sharpton was not alone in condemning Hilton's transfer, as many pundits took to the cable-news shows Thursday afternoon to voice their outrage over the decision.

Even the women of The View weighed in on the move Thursday morning. While Elisabeth Hasselbeck said she found it "disgusting," Barbara Walters said, "I'm happy for Paris and I'm happy for her family" and guest host Lorraine Bracco admitted, "I'm so conflicted."

The studio audience, however, was unanimous. When Walters said, "I ask you very quickly, raise hands or shout out: Are you glad that Paris Hilton is reassigned to her home?" the crowd shouted in unison, "No!" Asked Walters, "Do you think it was the right thing to do?" Again: "No!"

One man who did not seem upset in the least, however, was boxing promoter Don King. According to, King called the Web site's offices on Thursday morning to say he was "ecstatic" about the news. "I love Paris Hilton, and I'm just delighted, ecstatic that she's out of jail," King says in the audio message. King said he has not met Hilton, but he knows her family, and he said the heiress is "what America is all about – people that stand out from the crowd."

King added that he is looking forward to giving Hilton a hug and "telling her I love her."

Don King?? I was already befuddled by Al Sharpton speaking his mind about it. Who cares what Don King has to say about all this?!?! I guess these guys are looking for ANY reason to speak up and keep their names in the spotlight.

I Can't Quit Looking At This Bag

I have this thing for bags. Not just any old bag but big bags. Bags you can carry a lot of stuff in. Bags with lots of pockets and zippers, snaps and buttons.
Cool Tools posted this bag about a month ago and I have fallen in love with it. It's got plenty of room and pockets for essentials. Every pocket closes or has a zipped cover which is a huge bonus when carrying little things like keys, money and a cellphone.
To me, this looks like the perfect bag. I would use it as a purse. I carry so much stuff now for me and for the baby, I feel like I am always hauling luggage around anyway. I just love it. I want the one in khaki. But the gray one or black would go with anything too.

Ampac Tote Bag $13 Available from 1-800-luggage
Or $30 from the manufacturer, Ampac Travelware, Inc.

I wish we had an IKEA store in our area. These tote bags would come in so handy, especially on trips to the pool or on a camping trip. The measure approximately 4'x2'x2'. That's HUGE for a bag. And they are only 99¢!
Someone ship me a couple, wouldja?

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Google Meme

The Google Meme.............I Google my name along with 8 different words: needs, is, likes, wants, gets, says, does, and eats. Here are the weird results:

Sandy needs to be killed REAL SOON. (First entry....OMG!)
SANDY NEEDS PRAYERS, LOVE, FRIENDSHIP AND JOKES. (Yes I do....someone wants me dead!)
Sandy really needs you. (Save me!)
Sandy needs to stop going after guys who don’t want her. Sandy needs to stop substituting sex for booze and pot. (Oh, I that case, yes, go ahead and kill me now.)

Sandy is my Homeboy. (Um....ok.)

Sandy Likes Milk. (True dat.)
Sandy likes apples. (One a day...)

Sandy wants to drink wine. (Ew.)
Sandy wants to leave, but Curt does not want her to. (Dammit Curt...get away from the door!)
Sandy wants to try her "Chamber of Shrinkage" to shrink a submarine to retrieve a clarinet reed stuck in Squid's throat. (If you don't have kids, you have no idea what I'm talking about here.)
Sandy wants to wallpaper a room 12' x 14' with walls 8' High. (If you're going to do it, do it big, I always say.)

SANDY GETS HER MAN. (Whether he likes it or not, I've had him for a long time.)
Sandy gets sea sick and throws up over the side of the boat. (It was all that danged wine!)
Sandy gets very angry. (Curt is still standing in front of the door.)

Sandy says, "Listening to other people talk about their drinking, I realized that we were all in the same boat." (How did I get here anyway?)

Sandy does not get enough rest.
Sandy does not like history.

Sandy eats dirt.
Sandy eats a napkin to distract everyone from the shocking state of my bow tie.
Sandy eats potatoes on sticks.
Sandy eats a lot of sandwiches.

Man...some of the crap people come up with to entertain themselves online.

I fall for it every time.



Fingerjig is a 6 minute game that tests your typing prowess. Words are randomly chosen from a dictionary of over 70,000. You must try to type them as quickly and accurately as you can!

The average score for Fingerjig is 476,983. If you can beat this then you're doing well!

This is hard, man! Really hard!
I'm not even going to post my score because compared to the high scorers, it's embarassing.
Take a swat at it and see what you can do.

Trying to Go Green!

Just a few days ago, I read somewhere that the best way to get started recycling is to start with one particular item and try to recycle as much of it as possible. That way, you aren't overwhelmed and can get a real feel for how easy it is to recycle things.
I started a few months ago by collecting aluminum cans for recycling. (Actually I give them to my grandfather who takes turns them in for cash. It gives him something to do.) Anyway, recycling aluminum cans is easy for us because with our recent cut down on drinking soda, I haven't had many cans at all to add to the plastic bag hanging under the kitchen sink. I have recently been thinking about recycling glass next. I would love to have this bin to make collecting all that glass a little easier and cleaner. And it would be perfect for my tiny kitchen.

The Container Store

Email "Warning" From Aunt Brenda

Warning About Bacon Grease

The question is: Do you cook with bacon grease?

We were raised on bacon grease (lard) as kids and even into adulthood.

But after seeing this, I will never use it again. I hope you will throw yours away whenever you fry bacon from now on. It seems as though nothing is safe to eat anymore.

Please warn all your family and friends. If this can happen to these ladies, it can happen to anyone.



Don't say I didn't warn you......

Saturday, June 2, 2007


Mr. Fabulous over at Pointless Drivel posted a funny this morning:

Be a good neighbor!

I believe in being a good neighbor.

If the nice older lady who lives three houses down from you has a kitten that has climbed up a tree and can’t get down, it is your responsibility as a good neighbor to help to calm her down and see what you can do to help.

If you don’t relish the thought of climbing the tree yourself, I think it’s perfectly acceptable to try to shoot the kitten out of the tree.

But just shoot to wing it, not to kill it.

There’s no point to being an asshole.


Not meaning to beat a dead horse, but...........

I've reserved posting this until the man has had time to be grieved and buried. He was still someones father, brother, husband and pastor and I believe we all deserve at least that much decency.

Not that I have much in the way of an opinion worth talking about Falwell but the reaction from him after 9/11 was the straw that broke the camels back for me. I believe the man was a bigot and not just in the traditional sense.
Falwell just couldn't admit that the real reason we were bombed on 9/11 was the Holy Bible and not a certain group in particular.
I'll just leave it at that.
I'm trying to make it a practice to no longer discuss politics or religion anywhere outside of my own head. I only get into trouble.

I just have to do it again..........

I know I've posted this before but I just can't get enough of it.
It's my mom back some time in the early 80's trying to take a picture with a camera.
Everytime I come across this pic in my collection, I still crack up laughing and get perma-grin.

One time, my sister and I snuck into her house when she wasn't home and put this on her computer as a screen saver. It looked hilarious!

Friday, June 1, 2007

The Man At Work

My crush on Al Gore gets stronger every time I see him. What a sweet man!

Here he is in his office.
I hope he recycles all that paper. This is definitely not what I expected his office to look like.


I smoked for 24 years. I quit 2 years, 2 months ago. As a former smoker, I can tell you that this is one of the strangest things I think I've ever seen as far as "smoking accessories" go. I can only imagine what this jacket smells like after a while. And how in the world would you ever clean it?!
Talk about a point well taken.

For smokers who wear their heart on their sleeve and care about others, there is a new garment option to consider.

Take a look at this jacket that lets people wear their lungs on their chest. The idea is to show consideration for others by blowing smoke into the collar of the coat - instead of in their faces.

The smoke blown into the jacket collar runs into two "lung compartments" on the breast of the coat that each have a transparent covering. Over time, the lungs on the jacket become blackened with soot - just like those inside your body.


Savage Chicken Time!

For my husband.....

Paris Hilton vs Jail - 4 Days to go and counting!


Paris has until June 5 to turn herself in to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., where she will serve at least 23 days for violating probation by driving with a suspended license.

Oh, I can't wait! I can't wait until the day that this is the top story on all the major news channels. AGAIN!
Why do we give a crap?!!?!?

Paris Hilton: Five Fun Facts

  1. Among the tongue-in-cheek "Paris-isms" she relays to wannabe heiresses in her autobiography: "Eat sushi because the coolest and best people eat sushi."
  2. Paris Hilton admits to Vanity Fair that she often hears the clicking noises of cameras even when there are no photographers around.
  3. Who needs Purina? Out with a group of pals at South Beach restaurant China Grill in 2005, Paris Hilton feeds her Chihuahua Tinkerbell Caesar salad.
  4. Because she resembles Mother Teresa, Paris Hilton was placed on a short list to play the Nobel Peace Prize winner in a biopic by Indian film director T. Rajeevnath in 2006.
  5. When asked by Canada's National Post what she'd buy with her last five dollars, Paris Hilton answers "a McDonald's Happy Meal."

Email Junk

Uncle Doug sends along this email.
I have to say, it's not that far off from what I think about this whole mess that we've gotten ourselves into..........well, not we, but the people ruling, er, running this country.

The email says it was written by a housewife from New Jersey. Not sure if that's true.....couldn't find anything about it on has the time to sit around and think up stuff like this anyway........anywho........some of it is a little out there, but she's on the right track for the most part.

Written by a housewife from New Jersey and sounds like it! This is one ticked lady.

Are we fighting a war on terror or aren't we?
Was it or was it not started by Islamic people who brought it to our shores on September 11, 2001?

Were people from all over the world, mostly Americans, not brutally murdered that day, in downtown Manhattan, across the Potomac from our nation's capitol and in a field in Pennsylvania?
Did nearly three thousand men, women and children die a horrible, burning or crushing death that day, or didn't they?

And I'm supposed to care that a copy of the Koran was 'desecrated' when an overworked American soldier kicked it or got it wet?...well, I don't. Don't care at all.

I'll care about the Koran when the fanatics in the Middle East start caring about the Holy Bible, the mere possession of which is a crime in Saudi Arabia.

I'll care when these thugs tell the world they are sorry for hacking off Nick Berg's head while Berg screamed through his gurgling slashed throat.

I'll care when the cowardly so-called 'insurgents' in Iraq come out and fight like men instead of disrespecting their own religion by
hiding in mosques.

I'll care when the mindless zealots who blow themselves up in search of nirvana, care about the innocent children within range of their suicide bombs.

I'll care when the American media stops pretending that their First Amendment liberties are somehow derived from international law instead of the United States Constitution's Bill of Rights.

In the meantime, when I hear a story about a brave marine roughing up an Iraqi terrorist to obtain information, know this: I don't care.

When I see a fuzzy photo of a pile of naked Iraqi prisoners who have been humiliated in what amounts to a college-hazing incident, rest assured: I don't care.

When I see a wounded terrorist get shot in the head when he is told not to move because he might be booby-trapped, you can take it to the bank: I don't care.

When I hear that a prisoner, who was issued a Koran and a prayer mat, and fed 'special' food that is paid for by my tax dollars, is
complaining that his holy book is being 'mishandled,' you can absolutely believe in your heart of hearts: I don't care.

And oh, by the way, I've noticed that sometimes it's spelled 'Koran' and other times 'Quran.' Well, Jimmy Crack Corn and - you guessed it - I don't care! ! !

If you agree with this viewpoint, pass this on to all your e-mail friends. Sooner or later, it'll get to the people responsible for this
ridiculous behavior!

If you don't agree, then by all means hit the delete button. Should you choose the latter, and then please don't complain when more
atrocities committed by radical Muslims happen here in our great country!

And may I add: 'Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference in the world. But, the Marines don't have that problem.' -- Ronald Reagan

I have another quote that I would like to add AND.......I hope you forward all this.

'If we ever forget that we're One Nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.' Also by.. Ronald Reagan

One last thought for the day: In case we find ourselves starting to believe all the anti-American sentiment and negativity, we should remember England 's Prime Minister Tony Blair's words during a recent interview. When asked by one of his Parliament members why he believes so much in America, he said: "A simple way to take measure of a country is to look at how many want in....and how many want out."

Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you:

1. Jesus Christ
2. The American G. I.

One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.