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Friday, July 3, 2009

T.G.I.F. "In This Life of Ours"

Friday already? Time flies so fast, my vacation is already over. Next week the kids and I will be doing lessons again. YDS is doing great with the potty training. He tells me when he needs to use the bathroom. Not only that, he holds going to the bathroom all night and go as soon as we wakes up. Actually most of my boys was all like that, I don't even have to put diapers on them at night. My only DD in the other hand is a different story.

More rally for DH this weekend. He will be passing flyer and talking to people about our Constitution. It is very cloudy again outside, and I'm wishing tomorrow is a better day for him being out and all. If you are not doing anything but watch parade this weekend, help us by giving away flyer and other things that can be found from certain sites.

If you are enjoying what is happening right now this is not for you. If you are sick and tired of what is going on, please I urge you to help and let your voices heard. How much is your freedom worth? Are you willing to lose human rights to have freedom? Then you are socialist, our constitution did not say other wise. Human rights is our freedom, and taking it away from us is unconstitutional.


Empty Streets July 4, 2009 at 11:23 AM  


Thanks so much for dropping by at Empty Streets 1027 via Entrecard :) Am here to return the favor and to see what great stuff you have here :) Hope to see yah around more and do enjoy your weekend :) xoxo

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