Thursday, January 31, 2008

Some New Slide Shows

I recently received three new PowerPoint Slide Shows. They have been added to my Slide Show Web Page. You can download them or watch them there.

The first one shows some beautiful pictures of old auto- mobiles. The slide show is titled When Auto- mobiles Were Art. Here's an example, Ford Model T Touring car.

The second slide show show some amazing pictures of the Alaskan Railway that runs from Whitehorse, Yukon to Skagway, Alaska. You are in store for some beautiful and interesting photography. In the background you will hear Patsy Cline sing Life's Railway to Heaven.

The third slide show is named Awesome. It's a story about a man who had four sons. He wanted his sons to learn not to Judge things too quickly. So he sent them each on a quest,in turn,to go and look at a pear tree that was a great distance away. It has a wonderful message for us and you will see some beautiful photography.
A Special Happy Birthday Greeting to my cousin who lives in Memphis, Tennessee. Karen, I hope you have a wonderful birthday and many, many more!!! We love you!


Quote of the Day
I'm not interested in age.
People who tell me their age are silly.
You're as old as you feel.
~Elizabeth Arden

Jokes of the Day

Q: What's the difference between lawyers and buzzards?
A: Lawyers have removable wing tips.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a terrorist?
A: You can negotiate with a terrorist.

Q: When attorneys die, why do they bury them 600 feet underground?
A: Because deep down, they're really nice guys.


It was recently said that a lawyer was fishing in the Atlantic, when a sudden swell threw him into the water. A school of man-eating sharks immediately converged on him, but they lifted him out of the water, and carefully swam him to the shore, where he waded out of the water.

He turned, and asked them why they had saved his life instead of eating him alive.

One of the sharks smiled, and said "Professional Courtesy!"

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