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Our generation will be known for nothing.
Never will anybody say,
We were the peak of mankind.
That is wrong, the truth is
Our generation was a failure.
We actually succeeded
Is a waste. And we know
Living only for money and power
Is the way to go.
Being loving, respectful, and kind
Is a dumb thing to do.
Forgetting about that time,
Will not be easy, but we will try.
Changing our world for the better
Is something we never did.
Was how we handled our problems.
Was a joke.
We knew that
People thought we couldn’t come back
That might be true,
Unless we turn things around
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Spotted: On Friday February 28th @ 8:00am we are asking that everyone pray for Aubri wherever you are, whether work, school, or home. Lets also show our support and love by wearing yellow or purple. Yellow represents childhood cancer and purple is Aubri's favorite colour!
Follow her story here www.aubrisangels.ca
I was at Superstore in London, Ontario on January 23, 2014. At approximately 9:40 pm, I was waiting in line at the grocery store chatting up with a couple of cuties behind me. We were having a good conversation and since I was gonna go and grab a pop since I was in line and, I decided to just grab a small bottle since that is what the girl said I should do so I wouldn't have to hold up the line. After the lady in front of me was done, she gave me this note saying this message that she wrote by pen where I should have used this pick up line to get these girls phone numbers. I didnt get their phone numbers which I regret since I did not want to hold up the line for these cuties along with the fact that I was being a cheapskate and wanted to price match my items. Lol. I just wanted to tell the people of Windsor never to hesitate asking for a phone number if you like someone. Also, its great to have encouraging people out there and this note boosted my confidence.
I want to send out a big shout out to my son Tyler DeMarce,18 yrs.old.On Friday,Feb.21st,around 6:00-6:40,he had come out of the T.D. bank at Wyandotte St.W. at Rankin, he found a wallet laying on the ground and picked it up. As he was looking for the I.D. which was in there, along with $1200.00 in cash, he went right back into the bank and gave it to one of the tellers, without hesistation.I am so proud of his honesty, and the wonderful young man that he has become. He'll be attending the University in Sept. For Criminology, to start out his career as a Police Officer-he's gonna make an awesome Policeman.But,he makes me very PROUD,and I'm sure the person that lost their wallet will be very happy!!!A Mom blessed to have a son that is a true Humanitarian
Team Canada through to men’s Olympic ice hockey final in Sochi.
Like if you are happy and share if you are proud!
Canada’s women defend Olympic hockey gold in OT thriller
Canadians defeat U.S. for 4th straight Winter Games title
All those Canadian Ladies, you have been spotted for making us proud!
This is exactly what I will SPOT at Walmart tomorrow, Happy Valentines DAY
To my daughter Kathleen Aldana ...for the third time in her life of 16 years she has donated her hair for cancer patients. This time it was 23 inches! You have to be one of the kindest most unselfish people I know in this world and I am honored to be your mother. And to Meghan Handsor at Talio Salon thank you for providing Kathleen with a complimentary hair service in which you did an amazing job Kathleen and Meghan. ....you have been spotted!