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Make Your Own Captions

Happy Friday everyone!!

Here’s the start of your own Lol Catz.  As your comment, leave a caption for one or either of the photos.  The first one is of my cat Pixie.  The second one is of one of the cats at work, Taz.  Click pictures for bigger images!!  Happy captions!!

Photo 1

Photo 2

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Everyone has a fear of something.  You can’t tell me that you don’t, cause guess what?  You do.  Somewhere deep down in ya, you have some fear of something.  Some of the most common fears are: heights, public speaking, snakes, spiders, flying, thunder/lighting, the dark, small spaces, and dying.  There’s also some uncommon fears like: clowns, colors, long words, flowers, numbers, and letters.

No matter what your fear may be, just remember that everyone has them.  Don’t make fun of someone who is afraid of something.  Everyone has a fear and they have a right to be afraid of something, even if you think it’s stupid to be afraid of that thing.

So, what’s your biggest fear?  You can pick two fears.

My biggest fear is needles.  I don’t like getting shots.  I’m not afraid of the possibility that it might hurt, pain doesn’t really bother me.  I had to go through a lot of pain and soreness when I had braces, including a very painful shot of Novocaine up in the roof of my mouth.  No other shots (so far) have hurt as bad as that one.  For me, I just don’t like that the needle has to go into my skin.  I don’t like anything that goes into my skin.  It just creeps me out.  I cry just thinking too much about it.  I get anxious if I’m going to get a shot.  I’ll start crying when I get the shot.  And I’ll continue crying after the shot is all done.  I don’t even like watching anything on tv where something is crawling under the skin of someone.  I can’t explain where this fear comes from.  It has just always been there ever since I was a kid.

So, tell me.  What is your biggest fear?

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Feb. 20, 1988

A special, little, bouncy baby boy was born.  Turns out he was my little brother.  Today, he is now 24 years old and despite being taller than me, he is still my little brother.  I hope you have a wonderful and…..


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Birthday Craft and Band-aid Ideas

Birthday Cupcake: This is a great idea for a decoration or a b-day gift.  What I did differently was use a regular cupcake wrapper instead of making one.  Also, for the frosting part of the cake, I cut the strips of paper to different widths and made the paper curl differently. Click the picture to see a bigger image.



Band-aids: Something I thought about is using band-aids for a kind of healing journal/scrapbook.  Throughout our lives, we have times of healing.  One way to help with the healing process could be to create a journal or a scrapbook.  As an accent, you could use band-aids that have words of inspiration or healing quotes.  Or create a border with the band-aids.  Use them to tape down photos or as part of the binding.


“Time heals all wounds.”

“We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves; otherwise we harden.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Laughter is the best medicine.”

“Love is the great miracle cure. Loving ourselves works miracles in our lives.”
   Louise L. Hay (born 1926)

Other ideas: You could also use band-aids as part of a get well card.  You could also write and decorate fun little words or quotes or with a name of an organization as a fundraiser item.

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Half Way There

And here’s some more Whose Line is it Anyway where everything is made up and the points don’t matter.

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