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CoffeeTime: BROKE BETTY PROTRAYS SOPHISTICATED SANDI

Saw a movie this summer. Titled “Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris.” If you have already seen this film, then you know its premise. If not, then never fear, I don’t intend to spoil it for you by revealing the plot or the ending. But I do want to make an observation. After seeing the movie,…

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CoffeeTime: ARE EXCUSES LIKE HINEYS?

As a student did you ever use this one? “But, teacher, I promise, my dog ate my homework!” Or telling your mom, “I didn’t think we should, but she made me!” Or just the plain old standby that works every time, “I just forgot, I’m sorry.” Ever had a teacher or your dad look you…

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CoffeeTime: PLAN, EXECUTE AND ENJOY…IN THE RIGHT DOSE

Renie wanted a gorgeous new flower garden. So she spent some time picking the brain of a college educated agriculturalist. A man who had spent years as a high school teacher in that field. Plus, for the last ten years after retirement, he and his wife had a “hobby” – working their own small truck…

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CoffeeTime: SOMETIMES YOU JUST NEED TO HELP THEM CRY

Mrs. Johnson took her little boy with her when she stopped by her neighbor’s home to deliver a casserole for the grieving widow. Mr. Cline had died suddenly and the community was rallying to aid and comfort his grieving wife.   Getting ready to leave after a short visit with all the neighbors gathered there,…

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CoffeeTime: HEARIN’ YOUR STINKIN’ THINKIN’

The boy sure had learned some choice words, no doubt about it. In the school room, on the playground, and at home, he kept getting into trouble on a regular basis for his rather colorful way of expressing his thoughts and feelings. Making it worse, his friends often pushed his buttons to make him angry…

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