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WITandWISDOM(tm) - October 17, 2001
"Do not wait for leaders. Do it alone, person to person." - Mother Theresa
Source: Quotes From The Masters, http://MailRoom.DailyInbox.Com/
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
TIPS FOR WOMEN:
You should R.S.V.P. within a week of receiving an invitation.
If a jacket doesn't fit right in the shoulder, put it back - no matter what anyone claims they can fix.
One never wears a plaid jacket to a job interview.
A belt fits properly when the buckle prong goes through the third hole.
You should get your hair cut one week before a big day.
If you can smell your own perfume, you're killing everyone else.
Even women have to polish their shoes.
Want to look five years younger? Get out of debt.
Never argue in front of anybody else.
The only time your are not better off shopping alone is when you are buying eyeglass frames.
Adding sugar can take the saltiness out of a sauce.
If you dress well, people will think you have a personal life.
By Hal Rubenstein from "The Look," a fall fashion guide from InStyle
Source: The Oregonian, Copyright (c) September 3, 2001, http://www.oregonian.com/
Submitted by Barbara Henry
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
Mother Mouse was crossing a path in the woods with her three little babies. She noticed a big cat crouching behind a bush. The cat eyeballed Mother Mouse. Mother Mouse eyeballed the cat. Then Mother Mouse bellowed out, "Woof, woof, woof." The cat got so scared that it jumped up and ran away. Mother Mouse proudly turned to her babies and said, "Now do you see the value of learning a second language?"
Source: Kitty's Daily Mews, Copyright (c) 1997-2001 All rights reserved worldwide, http://www.katscratch.com/
Source: Learning Kingdom's Quotes of the Day, http://lists.LearningKingdom.com/join/
Below is the link to the Center for Disease Control bioterrorism website. You can believe what is written there about the anthrax cases. Thought you might be interested, especially if you know people who are concerned. Also there is a document that tells people how to handle letters with "suspect anthrax".
Center for Disease Control http://www.bt.cdc.gov/
Submitted by AsA Sparks