Wednesday, December 30, 2009

...hanging on by a thread

Hello. The ceiling at work caved in due to a lot of ice build up but no one was knocked unconscious. From what I can tell. Challenges occur but we must keep raising the bar on what we can do. Do you ever feel like you are "Hanging On By A Thread?" Be thankful for the thread people. Tomorrow night many ring in the New Year by toasting with alcohol. Please be responsible while also having a great time. Come to think of it, on this day in 1919 Lincoln's Inn in London admitted its first female bar student. I believe that she sipped on a Gin and Tonic, but I was next door at the time and cannot report accurately. If you hit the link and listened to Smokey Robinson and thought it sounded Carpenters-like, you are right. Richard Carpenter arranged and sang backup vocals. Light a candle this evening for 'purpose.' Karen Carpenter wanted to duet with an African American singer way back in the early 70's. She thought that record charts should embrace the music, not the color of the artists skin. Hang on everyone! Everything will work out as God wants it to. Have fun today and I wish everyone silk if you are hanging on by a thread.
"When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on." Franklin D. Roosevelt