Rindercella - The Pyslexic Drincess

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"Mist all Chrucking Fighty!", said Rindercella and she ran out tripping barse over ollocks and dropping her slass glipper.

The next dayrepparttar Pransome Hince knocked on Rindercella's door andrepparttar 118109 sugly isters let him in.

Suddenly, Betty Swallocks lifeted her leg and let out a fig bart.

"Pray, who has just farted?", askedrepparttar 118110 Pransome Hince.

"Blamerepparttar 118111 fugly hucker over there", said Mary Hinge.

Whenrepparttar 118112 stinking brown cloud had lifted he triedrepparttar 118113 slass glipper on bothrepparttar 118114 sugly isters without success and their feet stucking funk!

Betty Swallocks was ducking fisgusted, and gaverepparttar 118115 pransome hince a knick inrepparttar 118116 kackers. This was not difficult because he had a dig bick and barge lollocks.

He triedrepparttar 118117 glass slipper on Rindercella and it fitted pucking ferfectly.

Rindercella andrepparttar 118118 Pransome Hince were married.

The Pransome Hince lived his life in lucking fuxury and Rindercella lived hers with a follen swanny and they both lived happily ever after.



Written by Rev. James L. Snyder

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They penalize me for screwing up but they do not credit my account when they screw up like being without electricity for four days twice this past year. Oh, that I remember and remember it well. In fact, if my memory serves me correctly it was more like 90 days.

I remember deductingrepparttar monthly service charges from my bank each and every month. Well, maybe not "each and every" month. Why those three checks bounced is beyond my comprehension.

Shouldrepparttar 118108 bank charge a larger fee for a bounced check thanrepparttar 118109 face value ofrepparttar 118110 check? I don't think so. Isn't itrepparttar 118111 bank's business to keep their records straight? Why do I have to spend so much time each month on my checkbook account?

Last, but certainly not least, isrepparttar 118112 yearrepparttar 118113 Gracious Mistress ofrepparttar 118114 Parsonage remembers.

At times, I am tempted to think (at least it's what I call thinking) my wife lives one life and I live something altogether different from hers. The things she remembers that took place duringrepparttar 118115 year are beyond my remembering.

I am beginning to believe she remembers things that never took place. Of course, and I say this with all sincerity, I would never contradict her memory.

Forrepparttar 118116 life of me I don't know where I was when all these things happened that she says happened. Nor do I know where I was when I promised to do all those things she said I promised.

Even in my right mind, (of which I don't have much left) I would never concede to help remodelrepparttar 118117 family room. I would never accuse her, heaven forbid, of taking advantage of me in this area. The thought is not a stranger inside my head, although rational thoughts are.

King Solomon,repparttar 118118 wisest man who ever lived, framed his thoughts this way, "Remember now thy Creator inrepparttar 118119 days of thy youth, whilerepparttar 118120 evil days come not, norrepparttar 118121 years draw nigh, when thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them;" (Ecclesiastes 12:1 KJV.)

Solomon's idea was, "now" is more important than "then."

The Apostle Paul hadrepparttar 118122 right idea with this matter of remembering. "Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press towardrepparttar 118123 mark forrepparttar 118124 prize ofrepparttar 118125 high calling of God in Christ Jesus." (Philippians 3:13-14 KJV.)

It is not important how much I can remember aboutrepparttar 118126 past, as long as I don't forget to set Christ before me in all I do in 2005.

Rev. James L. Snyder is an award winning author and popular columnist living with his wife in Ocala, FL

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