Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Feb 26, 2006
A young lady busied herself getting ready for a blind date. This was not just dinner and a movie; her date had planned dinner at an exclusive downtown restaurant with live music and dancing. Wanting to make a good first impression she had taken the day off work. She cleaned her apartment; she
Contributed by Dana Chau on Aug 18, 2002
Some of you have seen the musical, "My Fair Lady." The story tells of Henry Higgins, who bets a friend that he can change a lowly flower girl, Eliza Dolittle, into a princess, a lady of brilliance and poise.
Mr. Higgins’ attempts include lectures and corrections to teach Eliza to speak
A young couple visited a boarding care home which housed children for adoption. The care taker brought out all the children who were clean (recently bathed), well dressed, properly schooled in manners; for this couple’s inspection and selection. As they passed down the line and spoke to each child,
Contributed by Mark Brunner on Nov 17, 2004
“Farmall Hospitality!” 3 John 1-8 Key verse(s): 5: “Dear friend, you are faithful in what you are doing for the brothers, even though they are strangers to you.”
I’m a Corvair man! That means that I drive old, forty years or more, cars with air-cooled engines and no shoulder harnesses. Since
Contributed by Jeeva Sam on Apr 5, 2001
Julia had been singing "softly and Tenderly" by her father’s bedside. As the last word hummed in her throat, her father reached toward her. "I want that one," he said. His eyes rose to Julia in an urgent glare. "At the funeral?" she asked. He blinked slowly. "I’ll tell Reverend Walton," she said.