A scientist at Harvard has proposed a very interesting theory to explain why babies cry at night: it's to keep their moms exhausted and not ovulating, which delays the birth of another sibling. In other words, crying babies can be effective birth control. Be sure to check the family planning section of your nearest pharmacy for the endless loop recording of screaming infants.
What a beautiful day Sunday. Imagine, a day like this in mid-November?
I was lucky enough to spend a few hours on Lake Hartwell, and it brought
to mind how grateful we should be for all that rain this year. The lake is
almost full, andthat's a big change from recent years when you'd see
islands of brown sticking out of the water. Hope your weekend was
by Reggie "Action" Jackson,posted May 14 2013 11:41AM
In this day in time, most people are about being productive. Getting up, getting out and getting things done. It’s hard for them to sit around and do nothing, they always have to be doing something. Then there are the others, they will take every opportunity to do nothing, lay around, be lazy and relax. Well, I’m the latter. If I can put it off till tomorrow, I will. Procrastination is one of my worse traits.
Recently, I had to cut the grass in my backyard, it was for the first time this Spring. Between my schedule, the weather and my procrastination, the grass had gotten to almost 5' tall and very thick. My riding mower was not functioning and needed repair so, I had no choice but to tackle this task with my push mower. What would normally take 45 minutes to an hour to cut with my push mower, took almost 5 hours over two days.
Most tasks become worse if you don't tackle them immediately. So, it doesn't matter how much you just don't want to, or don’t feel like doing something at that time. Take my advice, it's better to just get up and get it done. You will feel better about what you've accomplished plus, you will have truly earned the right to do nothing, because there's nothing to do. Remember, procrastination is not your friend.
7 years total...4 married...1 beautiful step daughter and 2 boys in 2 years...on May 9th 2009 I married my best friend. All I can say is that I've had an incredibly blessed life with him. I am thankful for Joe...and my life would not be complete without him. Thank you for being so good to me. Happy Anniversary, my love!
Waitress Fired After Posting Receipt Online with Tip Complaint from Pastor
A St. Louis-area Applebee's waitress was fired on Wednesday (January 30th) after she posted a receipt online that had a note from a patron, who turned out to be a pastor, complaining about the automatic 18 percent tip that was added to the bill. The pastor, Alois Bell, found out about it and complained to waitress Chelsea Welch's manager, who fired her. Bell's restaurant bill had the tip automatically added because there were more than eight people in her party. She scratched out the automatic tip and put in a "0" where any additional tip would go, writing, "I give God 10%. Why do you get 18?" Welch took a photo of the bill from a fellow server and posted it on the website Reddit. She told Consumerist.com, "I think the note was insulting, but also comical. And I thought other users would find it entertaining." But Bell got wind of it and complained, saying it had ruined her reputation. She told The Smoking Gun website, "[It was] a lapse in my character and judgment. . . . I've brought embarrassment to my church and ministry." Applebee's said it apologized to Bell for violating her right to privacy. But Welch told Yahoo! News, "I had no intention of starting a witch hunt or hurting anyone. I just wanted to share a picture I found interesting." She also doesn't buy that Bell's embarrassed, saying, "If this person wrote the note, obviously they wanted it seen by someone."
COUPLE RESCUE BABY DEER; FACE CHARGES: A couple in Connersville, Indiana who rescued an injured fawn said they could face jail time for the good deed. Jeff and Jennifer Counceller said they brought the injured baby deer -- dubbed Little Orphan Dani -- home and treated her wounds, then nursed her back to health for nearly two years. One day someone from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources came by and told them the state wanted to euthanize the deer because she was a threat to humans. Councellor explained, "I was devastated. I spent a year and several months nursing her into adulthood, getting to the point where she was able to go out on her own." The day Dani was scheduled to be euthanized she escaped from the Counceller home. The couple could face misdemeanor charges for unlawful possession of a deer which might mean jail time and/or fines up to $2,000. The Councellors maintain that they did the right thing, no matter what the law states. (UPI)