Tuesday, May 17, 2011


No one is too beaten down, too old, or too anything else to begin a self-improvement program. (Larsen & Hegarty, Believing In Myself, 20 April)

What one has to do usually can be done. (Eleanor Roosevelt, in The Book Of Choices by Mike Magee, M.D., p. 226)

... {today] do at least one small thing toward improving [your] life. (Eric V. Copage, Black Pearls, 12 March)

Attending to my own business will keep me from becoming a slave to a situation; that is why I will not get myself involved too deeply. This will set me free to work out my own salvation. (One Day At A Time In Al-Anon, 23 March)


I found the back support belt I wear when I work in the yard. Actually, I remembered where it might be before I went to look for it. For some reason I'd left the belt in the back of the minivan, a place where I never leave it. Silly me!

Rain continues this morning. The weather forecast for the next four days calls for rain. There will probably me some local flooding in the low areas. This is always a dangerous time because some folks always fail to heed the warnings to turn around rather than try to drive through high water.

I'm behind in my volunteer work. The computer club meets on Thursday and I still haven't posted the latest meeting information. That's my morning project.

Mr. Dickie
17/May/2011 8:14

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