We all have experienced that sinking feeling when a typo slips through our scrutiny and that of editors and proofreaders. The editors of this magazine probably gets that, don’t you think?

Guess she is NOT a vegan.

 

COMMAS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

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Do not shampoo in the shower. Stop that habit right now!

 

I just noticed what it states on my shampoo bottle: Adds Volume and Fullness.

With all those suds cascading down as we rinse our heads,

no wonder Americans can’t lose weight!

 

 

Julie Cosgrove

Romantic suspense, cozy mysteries, digital ministry

www.juliebcosgrove.com

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An original cartoon by CAN author and  parenting guru, Sarah Hamaker

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One day, my friend, Kim, was teaching her toddler about the American flag. She pointed to the stars on the flag, and told the little girl that each star was for one of the 50 states in our nation—like Arizona, Texas,California, Ohio, Wisconsin, and so on, until she listed all of the states.

When Kim finished, her little girl looked up and with wide-eyed innocence said, “Which star is for Baby Jesus?”

Thank  you, Jackie M. Johnson, for sending us this and sharing it with us!


Jackie M. Johnson is an author and blogger. Her books include Power Prayers for Women, the breakup recovery resource When Love Ends and the Ice Cream Carton Is Empty and Praying with Power When Life Gets Tough. Jackie also blogs for singles at Living Single on Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk website.

 www.jackiejohnsoncreative.com

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Being blind never stopped me from traveling alone across the country or abroad to speaking engagements. But in one of those rare occasions that my hubby accompanied me, a funny thing happened to me as we headed back home. At the airport, we crossed the security point. So far, so good.

As I usually do, after I put my belt back on and hung my purse on my shoulder, I extended my arm and looped it around my husband’s arm. We began to walk away.

Suddenly, someone gripped my other arm from behind. How rude, I thought. Who could that be?

The one pulling me back was my husband because I was walking away with another man.


 

International speaker and author, Janet Perez Eckles finds humor in all situations. She exerts courage in all challenges and displays passion in each opportunity to serve God.

President of JC Empowerment Ministries

http://www.janetperezeckles.com

Igniting in you a passion to conquer fear and bring back joy.

For you: a two-minute VIDEO.

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