BRIDE FOR SALE{YES ALL TRUE) .......  

katsback 56F
15215 posts
3/3/2006 5:34 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

BRIDE FOR SALE{YES ALL TRUE) .......

TO THE MAN WITH 33.000.00 GOES GOOD WOMAN AND LOGHOUSE,,,,,TRUE STORY SALE TILL APRIL 3RD,2006




rm_passion1010 58M
10 posts
3/3/2006 7:03 pm

send application.......lol


Plano69 54M

3/3/2006 11:21 pm

oh, sweet Kat!
God, please help her!! She's got a great heart!
She promises to be good...


TTigerAtty 62M

3/4/2006 5:59 am

My thoughts and prayers are with you, Kat! Are you sure there is not some other way ... a restructuring of your home loan, some help from family members, a 60 or 90 day moratorium on your home loan payment, cash value in a life insurance policy, or something else?


TTigerAtty 62M

3/4/2006 2:17 pm

Kat,

Hearken back to the very ending of "It's A Wonderful Life", and don't you ever forget the message from the movie ...

In a touching ending and the film's most famous scene, while holding his daughter Zuzu in his arms, George Bailey glances down at the pile of money. His eye catches what is buried on the pile - Clarence's copy of Tom Sawyer left for him as a gift. Zuzu opens it and they find an inscription written in it:

"Dear George, Remember no man is a failure who has friends. Thanks for the wings! Love Clarence."

People who have real friends know the best there is in life, rather than reaching for rewards and yearnings elsewhere - real riches can be found in the treasures nearby. Mary Bailey looks up at George and is told: "That's a Christmas present from a very dear friend of mine." Suddenly, a little bell on the Christmas tree begins to tinkle as it sways back and forth. Zuzu points to the bell, dutifully reciting what her teacher told her about the significance of a ringing bell:

Zuzu: "Look, Daddy. Teacher says, every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings."
George (grinning): "That's right, that's right. (He congratulates Clarence, looking upward and giving a wink.) Attaboy, Clarence."
Only George realizes the full significance of the bell ringing - it rings for Clarence who has earned his wings by succeeding with a tough assignment - and also for George's awakening of consciousness through divine intervention in his experiences, enabling him to be freed from the confines of earthly pressures. He has found his own rewards and gifts - life, redemption, and freedom. The swelling sounds of Auld Lang Syne build to a crescendo in an affirmation of life.

So, Kat, remember no woman is a failure who has friends. And you certainly have a lot of friends, my dear!


TTigerAtty 62M

3/5/2006 11:47 am

I'm sorry, Kat! You are going thru a real hell on earth right now, but just go on thru it dear and get to the other side! My thoughts and prayers are with you and I think Clarence is with you too!


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