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Christine Dattilo
Will write something clever here when I think of something...
Will write something clever here when I think of something...
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Winter can be beautiful. 

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May God save us from our goodness, as well.
"But good people, heroic people, are led into temptation by their very goodness — by the illusion, common to those who have done important deeds, that they have higher responsibilities than the ordinary run of humankind. It’s precisely in the service to these supposed higher responsibilities that they often let more basic ones slip away."
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/13/opinion/sunday/douthat-the-devil-and-joe-paterno.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

Getting ready for 11-11-11. Get to celebrate this special numerical day twice.

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And why are feminists protesting this??? Sounds like the very definition of choice, empowerment, and full equality, the buzzwords of the movement.

"Amendments to the Health and Social Care Bill could see independent groups- including those with an anti-abortion stance- invited to offer counselling in place of providers such as Marie Stopes and the British Pregnancy Advisory Service."

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Baby "Donuts". A disabled child abandoned in China. China is changing their orphanages and treatment of abandoned children, which is good. Now if they'd just allow parents to love them.

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Karl Rove just said Obama is hiding behind a lick-log. Wondered what the heck that was.

Did you know there is now a law that says appliance manufactures do not have to carry parts for appliances over 7 years old? Well, it's true. My 10 year old refrigerator found that out today.
Now, that is a good use of our lawmakers time - protecting us from old parts fixing old appliances. Ughhh!

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It's always saddened me that my son has not picked up my love for reading. Despite the hours and hours of "read aloud", the beautiful books, the trips to the library, the visits to authors homes and spots, etc. This article help explains why, some will never love reading. Sad, but true.
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