I am now finally able to access this blog again. I lost/forgot my user name and password, then couldn't retrieve it from the PTB, so I just gave up and forgot about it. But thanks to a friend's post on another group just this morning, I "found" this URL again. I had created my own Yahoo 360 blog and a blog on Orthodox Circle, and it seems another one somewhere else, but I can't remember that, either. Well, up and running again here, so I hope to get back into the swing of blogging in one place again. Meanwhile, here's a little something my priest emailed to us this morning. Brings a smile to your face and a knowing nod to your head, doesn't it?
THINGS YOU DON'T HEAR ANYMORE
Be sure to refill the ice trays, we're going to have company afterwhile.
Watch for the postman, I want to get this letter to Aunt Mary in the mail today.
Quit slamming the screen door on your way out.
Be sure and pull the windows down when you leave, it looks like a shower coming up.
Don't forget to wind the clock before you go to bed.
Wash your feet before you go to bed, they are nasty from playing outside all day barefooted.
Why can't you remember to roll up your pant legs? Getting them caught in the bicycle chain so many times is tearing them up.
Your have torn the knees out of that pair of pants so many times there is nothing left to put a patch on.
Don't you go outside with your good school clothes on.
Go comb your hair. It looks like the rats have nested in it all night.
Be sure and pour the cream off the top of the milk when you open the new bottle.
Take that empty bottle to the store with you so you won't have to pay a deposit on another one.
Put a dish towel over the cake so the flies won't get on it.
Quit jumping on the floor. I have a cake in the oven and you're going to make it fall if you don't quit.
Let me know when the Fuller Brush man comes. I need to get a few things from him.
You boys stay close by, the car may not start and I will need you to push it off.
There's a dollar in my purse, get 5 gallons of gas when you go to town.
Open the back door and see if we can get a breeze through here. It's getting hot.
You can walk to the store. It won't hurt you to get some exercise.
Don't sit to close to the TV. It's hard on your eyes.
If you pull that stunt again I am going to wear you out.
Don't loose that button; I'll sew it back afterwhile.
Wash under your neck before you come to the table.
Get from under the sewing machine. Pumping it messes up the thread.
Be sure and fill the lamps this morning so we don't have to do it in the dark tonight.
Here, take this old magazine to the toilet when you go. We are almost out of paper out there.
Go to the well and draw a bucket of water so I can wash dishes.
Don't turn the radio on now, I want the battery to be up when the Grand Ole Opry comes on.
No. I don't have nine cents for you to go to the show. Do you think money grows on trees?
Eat those vegetables. They'll make you big and strong like your daddy.
That dog is not coming in this house. I don't care how cold it is out there, dogs just don't come in the house.
Sit still. I'm trying to get your hair cut straight and you keep moving and it's all botched up.
Hush your mouth. I don't want to hear words like that. I'll wash your mouth out with soap.
It is time for your system to be cleaned out. I am going to give you a dose of Castor Oil tonight.
If you get a spanking in school and I find out about it, you'll get another one when you get home.
Quit crossing your eyes. They will get stuck that way.
Soak your foot in this pan of Coal Oil (or Pine Sol) so that cut won't get infected.
When you take your driving test don't forget to signal each turn. Left arm straight out the window for a left turn; left arm bent up at the elbow for a right turn; and straight down the side of the door when you are going to stop.
It is "Yes sir" and "No sir" to me young man, and don't you forget it.
While we're at Aunt Mary's and Uncle John's you kids can eat when the adults get through and I don't want to hear any "I don't like this stuff". Keep your mouth shut and eat everything on your plate.