Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Wool Socks

Vinegar. What do you think of when you read that word?

I'll bet some of you are making a face. Stop it.

Vinegar - besides being tasty on your salad when mixed with the right herbs and flavors - is one of those "amazing wonders" in your everyday household products.

In fact, Reader's Digest is offering up 175 uses for the stuff.


The psychiatrist was interviewing his new patient.

"You say you've come to me," he inquired as he consulted his notes, "because your family is worried about your taste in socks?"

"Yeah, they are," muttered the patient. "I like wool socks."

"Wool socks? Why, that's perfectly normal," replied the doctor.

"That's what I told 'em," the new patient mumbled.

"Yes, many people prefer wool socks to those made from cotton or acrylic. In fact, I like wool socks, myself."

The patient grew excited, "You DO?" he asked. "With oil and vinegar ... or just a squeeze of lemon?"

[Pastor Tim's Pearly Gates]


WORDS for YOUR WEEK: "If you could give yourself one new present in the new year, I would say buy a new set of dishes and make the salad plates your main plates. Dinner plates are so large and we just fill them up. We simply eat too much of everything." (John Hastings)


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