MOUTHPIECE - September 18, 2018
Sometimes we need to make excuse, but there are times when we can't think of a good one or a semi-believable one.
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I wish this column was better, but...What a week! First my intestinal parasites returned, and then, would you believe, my doctor absolutely would not accept my diagnosis! I'm fighting day and night with the HMO and I don't know if I can make it through another week. I just pray that next week I don't have a relapse.
I know. Excuses, excuses!
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[m] q u o t e s . o f . t h e . d a y
"The two most common elements in the universe are Hydrogen and stupidity."
"I'm thirty years old, but I read at the thirty-four-year-old level."
"I don't deserve this award, but I have arthritis and I don't deserve that either."
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[m] b i t s . n . b o b s
*-- Things in Life I Learned from a Jigsaw Puzzle --*
1. Don't force a fit. If something is meant to be, it will come together naturally.
2. When things aren't going so well, take a break. Everything will look different when you return.
3. Be sure to look at the big picture. Getting hung up on the little pieces only leads to frustration.
4. Perseverance pays off. Every important puzzle went together bit by bit, piece by piece.
5. When one spot stops working, move to another. But be sure to come back later (see #4).
6. The creator of the puzzle gave you the picture as a guidebook.
7. Variety is the spice of life. It's the different colors and patterns that make the puzzle interesting.
8. Working together with friends and family makes any task fun.
9. Establish the border first. Boundaries give a sense of security and order.
10. Don't be afraid to try different combinations. Some matches are surprising.
11. Take time often to celebrate your successes (even little ones).
12. Anything worth doing takes time and effort. A great puzzle can't be rushed.
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