From my files on November 20, 1995

To believe is to be strong.

A true friend is like a rainbow after a storm.

One-third of U. S. adults feed wild birds.

When geese fly in a V they can travel at 45 miles per hour.

Parents believe in heredity, until their kids start acting goofy.

Even a fish stays out of trouble if it keeps its mount shut.

From my files on November 17, 1995

Yesterday is gone; tomorrow is a gamble;
today is a sure thing-make the most of it.

The reason volunteers aren't paid is not because they're
worthless, but because they're priceless.

The best thing to save for a rainy day is still an umbrella.

An old-timer is a person who's had lots of interesting
experiences, some of them true.

Put everything in God's hand and eventually you will see
God's hand in everything.

A man's home is his hassle.



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From my files on November 19, 1995

The best thing we can say about February is
that they have discouraged mosquitoes.

Lots of teams have had to change their names,
but I hope we can keep Indian Summer.

When high school kids wear rags today,
we call it self-expression.
When I was young and dressed that way,
we called it Depression.

Grandchildren are God's way of
compensating us for growing old.

Tact is the ability to close your mouth
before someone else wants to.

You can't turn back the clock.
But you can wind it up again.

Time is not an enemy unless you try to kill it.

From my files on July 19, 1992

Patience is the ability to put up with
people you'd like to put down.

Ever notice: The weaker the argument,
the stronger the words?

Everything starts as somebody's daydream.

The cat could very well be man's best friend
but would never stoop to admitting it.

The best way to pay for a lovely moment
is to enjoy it.