Give the reader in your life the gift of an awesome book. Merry Christmas!

Give the reader in your life the gift of an awesome book. Merry Christmas!.


28th Annual Big Climb – Seattle 2014

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As we all consider the gifts this holiday season that we are  to give to our friends and family, let’s not forget to give the gift of hope to those who are sick.

 My friend and fellow North Star author, Jeff Suwak, on Sunday, March 23, 2014 will participate in the 28th Annual Big Climb to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. It’s 69 flights of stairs, 1311 steps, and a gain of 788 feet of vertical elevation.

The money raised goes to fight leukemia and lymphoma. I would greatly appreciate any donations. More importantly, those suffering from leukemia and lymphoma will appreciate your donations.

Just click on the link below if you’re interested. Thank you!  Apart from your giving, spreading the word is the next best thing you can do.  Please share this on your wall and have a Merry Christmas.

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Phone Fun, When You Hate Answering The Phone

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I hate answering my home phone, I really do.
So to make it more fun, especially when its a solicitation call, I play games.
I came up with two more today.
I have no doubt someone else has thought of these but they are new to me.

phone: Ring Ring
me: *grumble* Friggen phone
phone: Ring
me: Hello, this call will be recorded for prosperity. My plan to take over the world begins in 2016, you are invited to join me as one of my minions.
phone: *silence* …click

(and I get to have a giggle fest)

phone: Ring Ring
me: *grrrrr* &%&%$^ phone
phone: Ring
me: Hello, you have been selected to take a short survey. If you wish to participate please press 1, otherwise hang up.
phone: *beep*
me: Unfortunately our Customer Service lines are all busy, Please call back at another time. *Click*

(once again the giggle fest)

It doesn’t take much to Entertain me.

Do you have Fun on the phone?