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Dear Lord

Posted by AngelBaby on August 12, 2009

I received this in my e-mail and I thought it was so sweet I just had to share it with everyone so enjoy ………..

Dear Lord

Every single evening
As I’m lying here in bed,
This tiny little Prayer
Keeps running through my head:

God bless all of my family
Wherever they may be,
Keep them warm
And safe from harm
For they’re so close to me

And God, there’s one more thing
I wish that you could do;
Hope you don’t mind me asking,
Please bless my computer too

I know that it’s unusual
To Bless a motherboard,
But listen just one second
I shall explain it, Lord…

You see, that little metal box
Holds more than odds and ends;
Inside those small compartments
Rest so many of my friends

I know so much about them
By the kindness that they give,
And this little scrap of metal
Takes me in to where they live

By faith is how I know them
Much the same as you
We share in what life brings us, and
from that our friendships grew

Please take an extra minute
From your duties up above,
To bless those in my address book
That’s filled with so much love

Wherever else this prayer may reach
To each and every friend,
Bless each e-mail inbox
And each person who hits ‘send’

When you update your Heavenly list
On your own Great CD-ROM,
Bless everyone who says this prayer



Author unknown

Love and Blessings,


Happy April Fools Day!

Posted by AngelBaby on April 1, 2009


I was curious about how April 1st became April fools day so I looked it up and this is what I found at  I thought this was interesting so I decided to share it with everyone.  Enjoy ……………

The first mention of this custom is a curt note in Aubrey: ‘Fooles holy day. We observe it on ye first of April. And so it is kept in Germany everywhere.’ (Aubrey, 1686, 1880: 10). It must have reached England from Germany or France in the mid-17th century, and quickly became very popular under the name All Fools’ Day; 18th-century writers call it ‘universal’. At this period it was an adult amusement; people tried to trick one another into going on ridiculous errands, seeking nonexistent objects such as pigeon’s milk or a biography of Eve’s mother, and so on.

Individual hoaxing of this kind grew rare among adults in the 19th century, but in recent decades impersonal media hoaxes have become popular; every year, press and television produce a crop of plausible, poker-faced absurdities ingeniously disguised as news items. On 1 April 1970 BBC radio broadcast a tribute to a non-existent scholar and philanthropist, in which various celebrities took part. The Times, abandoning its rule that hoaxes should be ignored, did report this one; readers were amused, not angry. The idea was increasingly imitated, for example by the Guardian’s 1977 account of the delightful but imaginary island of Sans Serif.

Children’s tricks can be directed either against adults or against one another. Some are novel, as when some Bradford sixth-formers in 1970 advertised their school as being for sale, but most are traditional in form; they give false warnings and disconcerting news, and mock those who believe them, play simple practical jokes, send people on futile errands (Opie and Opie, 1959: 243-7). As with other children’s customs, there is a time limit; anyone attempting a trick after midday is taunted:

April Fool is gone and past,
You’re the biggest fool at last.

Now you know why people are playing jokes on you all day! 😆

Love and Blessings,

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Happy Valentines Day!

Posted by AngelBaby on February 13, 2009

Happy Valentines Day to Everyone!

Want to be my Valentine?


I hope you have a wonderful Valentines Day!

Love and Blessings,