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    Posted June 13, 2014 by
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    So, I'm sorry it's been awhile. I haven't been feeling well lately. I want to send you these pics to remind you of the good things to come. Whenever I'm sad or just blue I think of the good things to cheer myself up. Christmas is one of those things. It's a time we remember Jesus, what we're thankful for, pray for others, and spend time with our families. I want you to pray today for the wish to be home for Christmas. Sure, I like to think you'll be home sooner, but for you, Christmas can be anytime. I want you to think of all the fun times you've had and let that guide you through the days. As long as you keep the faith alive you'll survive. I wish I could send you a big cake for everyone. I would have lots of frosting on it with frosting inside it too. That is my favorite. I saw a cake one time with strawberries and blueberries on it. It was so yummy. Well, I have to get well and rest. I have to work again tomorrow. Life never stops when the bills keep coming. You know, just between you and me, I don't know what this world is coming to. Everything has changed so much. What ever happened to helping the common man, religion, and the golden rule? I fell like it's been forgotten. God is trying to reach out through others, but some people just aren't listening. God once burned a whole town down because they disobeyed him. I think people try to work around that. Bad idea. It's called Karma. And it's coming. Be ready.

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