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Started this discussion. Last reply by Valerie K. Hansen Sep 27, 2009.

 

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gladys louise "paige" premo commented on gladys louise "paige" premo's blog post Please PRAY!
"It has been some time since I have visited this site. I "threw out" 10 infected teeth today. A lot of people were proud of me for having this surgery, but it needed to have been tended to long ago. Now, I pray that the remaining process of…"
Jun 23, 2010
Gail Blanke commented on gladys louise "paige" premo's blog post Please PRAY!
"Gladys (or "Paige"), what a great analogy. Yes, it sounds like you "come to the end of yourself" in terms of piling up the past - and that you're DEFINITELY ready to step into the future...holding hands firmly with your…"
Dec 7, 2009
Lady Ivorwen commented on gladys louise "paige" premo's blog post Please PRAY!
"What a great picture that parable makes. Eww. Makes me want to get rid of my clutter even more."
Nov 23, 2009
gladys louise "paige" premo commented on gladys louise "paige" premo's blog post Please PRAY!
"In other words, we place ourselves into boxes of our own design. We become hemmed in, and also we build cavernous webs of clutter and become stuck in it just as a fly would become glued to a spider's web. So in the infamous words of Charlotte,…"
Nov 22, 2009
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I am rearranging everything about our home, and this is one hard job. It is constant in that both hubby and I feel we are moving things from one place to the other. I can see small changes happening, yet it is a huge process. When I think about the way clutter is cloistering my life, a story from Jesus jumps out: He was relating to the group how the prodigal son was craving the husks the hogs were hoarding. And Jesus puts it this way: "And when he had come to the end of himself..." That can…See More
Nov 22, 2009
Valerie K. Hansen replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"Although, since Hamburgers have other ingredients than meat, as a chef, I say it is NOT clutter! It is the meat of the hamburger that is blended with binders and flavors, grilled and placed on a hamburger bun, that brings us that glorius cookout…"
Sep 27, 2009
gladys louise "paige" premo replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"Dear Reina Thanks for your idea. I have written down out of place words or phrases in a notebook, and this helped for a time. I find that if I do not somehow stay on top of the errors, they somehow "Creep in" to my own vernacular. Some of…"
Sep 9, 2009
Reina Rhodes replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"Hey, Gladys, I really understand your obsession. Try living in a foreign country where you have to rearrange most of the sentence simply to have a conversation!" What I've had to do is make up ways to cope, so, I've made the…"
Sep 8, 2009
gladys louise "paige" premo replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"Since hamburger IS meat, that would be clutter."
Sep 6, 2009
gladys louise "paige" premo replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"Dear L. Baker Brown You have taken issue with input on speech clutter. I used to pronounce the word "legacy" as "leegacy" because it sounds better. When corrected, I did not have any qualms about changing the way I said it; all…"
Sep 6, 2009
L. Baker Brown replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"I never comment on these sorts of forums, but for some reason, this post really bothered me. I was directed to this site by a friend; I watched Gail's intro video and she seems inspiring and great -- I'm thinking maybe I'll check out…"
Sep 4, 2009
gladys louise "paige" premo replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"A preacher often says "Pray for she and I." I automatically think in rules, so you know that one gets me!"
Aug 26, 2009
gladys louise "paige" premo replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"People around here also say "thow" for throw, "knowed" for knew. Imagine the culture shock of hearing for my first time, "Oh, I done been had that!" Here is another one: "I'm leaving out this morning.""
Aug 26, 2009
Laura Martin replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"one my my major pet peeves is the use of the work 'nother'. such as, 'that's a whole nother situation.' haven't heard it? start listening for it. you'll hear more of it than you ever wanted to. ever heard of the…"
Aug 14, 2009
Katie Zee replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"I understand the pet peeve - - how about this one? Hot Water Heater. And does Hamburger Meat qualify? :-)"
Aug 10, 2009
Gail Blanke replied to gladys louise "paige" premo's discussion declutter speech
"Gladys, as an Englisih major, I sympathize with you. But I'm guilty, too. I just used "edit out" the other day. I thought it sounded stronger than merely, "edit" - although you're right, it's redundant. I take a…"
Aug 10, 2009

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I am rearranging everything about our home, and this is one hard job. It is constant in that both hubby and I feel we are moving things from one place to the other. I can see small changes happening, yet it is a huge process. When I think about the way clutter is cloistering my life, a story from Jesus jumps out: He was relating to the group how the prodigal son was craving the husks the hogs were hoarding. And Jesus puts it this way: "And when he had come to the end of himself..." That can… Continue

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