Post by mnjrutherford on Jul 11, 2011 5:55:17 GMT -5
Costco has a whole line of caskets. At one time they had a Michael and I told my husband (yep, Michael!) that we really ought to get one of each now to save money when we did kick the ole' buckets. He rolled his eyes at me and walked away. Can you imagine? The Josephine model is one of the models they've carried since beginning to sell them. The Michael was discontinued.
The holes in washer barrels are not terribly kind to bras either. The Samsung has it's holes in recessed divots and doesn't seem to "grab" the wee hooks as eagerly as the old machine. Sort of "bans the bane" as it where ;o)
Still thinking about a "boob" verse...
Jo - A developing farmer based on Bible teachings. Diversity, research, and chemical independence are key. Our top soil is about 12 to 18 inches of depleted sandy loam. Under that is a layer of light colored clay. Our sons will soon have more information as they learn to dig deeper and deeper holes.
I once rented a furnished room over a small grocery in a Guatemalan village. The nicest piece of furniture was Grandma's mahogany coffin, gotten pre-need for certain eventual use. Made sense to me; I have thought of making one for myself, comfortably padded, for my daylight sleeping.
"Yesterday is history; tomorrow is mystery; today is a gift, that's why it's called the present." E. Roosevelt "If the world is to end tomorrow, I would plant an apple tree today" Martin Luther