Questions

April 20th, 2006

What are your character strengths?

April 19th, 2006

My psychologist had me do a test to find my character strengths it was fun and I thought you all should do it.

Click here and then click on the link via signature strengths you need to give a name and password this enables you to come back and see you results at a later time and do more of the tests.

Have fun.

Chocolate Rabbits

April 18th, 2006

I bought 150 one pound rabbits for $0.96 each. Should have seen the looks I got at the store. I plan on freezing them and in the summer I am going to bring them out and temp every one and sell them for $5.00. That is if I can keep from eating them all first.

Love your neighbour as your self.

April 16th, 2006

With the debate going over the girls getting married, I wondered how does one really love ones neighbour.

If marrage is all about love is not that the best way to love your neighbour?

Happy Easter

April 15th, 2006

What does the life of the Savior have to do with rabbits and eggs and chocolates or flowers?

Poets Corner

April 13th, 2006

Some one wanted another one, so here it is.

Donna And Company

April 11th, 2006

Chat on girls and be excelent to each other.

Best Insurance Deal You Can Be Proud Of

April 9th, 2006

There is nothing more ideal for your future and that of your family than being able to find the best policies available to you whether through searching for the best ones on print or through online insurance quote Barrie, creating the best opportunity to get a plan that will assist you at an optimal level is one that you should definitely prioritize. So if you have always had difficulty looking into policies before or if you are yet to find the best insurance deal that will translate to your needs, you may want to look through some of these quick ideas before finally filling up that agreement with DG BEVAN.

Be a Step Ahead

With so many policies available to potential clients, it is not surprising that a lot of providers have become enforcing when it comes to marketing their services, so much so that those who are not too keen on double checking available policies may end up on the losing end of a deal. As a client, you should always keep in mind to be ahead of the insurance game and be able to identify a good deal, which means you have to do your best to research for the best.

Ask for Help

If you are not really familiar with the policies or how to go about the process, you can look up the advice of a family member or a close friend who has sworn to have a good recommendation for you when it comes to a quality provider as well as the policy that they can offer you. Have them go with you for a consultation or call in to refer you to a trusted insurance representative, in this way you are rest assured that they will give you the same priority as your loved ones or close friends, and most likely be offered a great deal.

Make a Needs List

An insurance plan is one that you expect to keep up with your overall protection for the future, whether it is for your own benefits or for that of your properties, which is why being able to identify what you really need is a priority you must layout ahead of time. Before consulting with your chosen provider, breakdown your selected needs particular to each insurance plan you will purchase, so that the process of choosing a plan that will work for you becomes an easy task for both you and your service provider.

Present a Budget

Compromising a payment plan with providers these days is not much of a problem, as long as you openly discuss with them the budget that you would like to work on plus all other financial issues that you may be experiencing for the moment. What is great about openly giving a provider a particular budget is the chance for them to become more flexible not only with the payment schemes but also with the specifics of your policy, as they will surely offer you one that sticks close to the benefits, needs and aids that you have personally selected.

Read the Vancouver Sun?

April 7th, 2006

Get the whole story here

“”Whether wittingly or not, what these two young women have done is link polygamy and same-sex marriage in a way that no one — neither evangelical Christian opponents of same-sex marriage nor gay-rights activists — could ever have imagined.

And with one simple marriage, they’ve dumped the whole mess into the laps of provincial politicians already reluctant to deal with polygamy and federal politicians, most of whom are desperate to put same-sex marriage behind them.”"

dbramham@png.canwest.com

Baby Tyson

April 5th, 2006

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Would anyone be willing to donate some money to help Tyson and his parents? Chris and Cassie no longer get to stay for free at the place they are staying and they really need some help. They have to be over in Vancouver until probably at least the end of the month. Anyone that wants to donate can talk to one of the Kitchenerites or email me at stinger107@xplornet.com

Thanks.

Kevin “Stinger” Blackmore