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Backwoods of, Oklahoma
United States
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MEMBER SINCE: 01/31/2011
LAST LOGIN: 02/18/2022 18:49:00


Old Bibles King James & older

woodcarving and any type of carpentry. Making people smile...And Pondering on the porch

Enjoy my friend.

Complete!Ready to go when Our Heavenly Father calls me,true love has come to share HeavensBackPorch..."We thank you Father God"

07/04/12 Is your top friends list set to random ???
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02/19/11 Is True Love Possible Sight unseen via Internet ?

Enjoying life in the wilderness with my lady and sharing the journey of our days with friends here on Boomers. Feb. 2020 will be our 9 year celebration of meeting here in the old chat room. We are very happy and thankful for the love we found. Most of my friends know the story, so if you are new to our porch, just ask...ken

Living a dream come true with Cheryl


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06/30/2022 14:43:50

“Happiness is not something ready made. 

It comes from your own actions.”

~ Dalai Lama XIV ~

06/30/2022 11:23:13

The Baker and the Butter A long time ago, a baker and a farmer lived in the same small English village. These two men had a friendly arrangement in place, where the farmer would sell a pound of butter to the baker each day. One morning, the baker decided to weigh the butter to see if he’d received the correct amount. To his surprise, he discovered that the farmer had sold him less butter than he’d paid for. Angry about the unfairness, he took the farmer to court. At the hearing, the judge asked the farmer whether he used any measure to weigh the butter. “Your honour, I am but a lowly farmer and do not own a proper measure. I simply use an old-fashioned scale,” he replied. “How do you weight the butter then?” Enquired the judge. To this the farmer answered: “Your honour, long before the baker started buying butter from my farm, I’ve been buying a pound loaf of bread from him. Every day when he brings me the bread, I place it on my scale and give him the same weight in butter. If anyone is to be blamed, it’s the baker.” Moral of the story: Karma’s a bitch! Be kind and fair to others and you’ll enjoy the rewards.

 Have a beautiful day. May the Angels Shower you with Blessings Daily. x

06/30/2022 03:50:08

💛 Good morning 

have a fabulous Thursday..love and hugs xxx 💛

06/29/2022 14:05:43

“It is never too late to be what you might have been.”

~ George Eliot ~

06/29/2022 09:34:55

How to Hunt a Monkey

“Do you know how hunters of old used to trap monkeys?” A man asked his child. “Rather than chasing them up a tree or shooting arrows from below, they’d put a heavy glass jar with a narrow neck on the floor, which had the monkeys’ favourite food inside. They’d then step back and hide, waiting for the unsuspecting animal to approach. When it did, the monkey would reach inside, clench a fist around the food, and try to pull it out. However, the narrow neck of the jar would stop the poor monkey from getting its hand out! It’d pull and pull, but to no avail. There was simply no way to get its hand out of the jar without releasing the food. Rather than letting go, though, the monkey would persevere, refusing to drop its dinner. The hunters would then approach and catch it to enjoy a meal of their own.” “Don’t be like that monkey,” warned the man, “In life, to fight another day and grow as person, you must know when to quit, when to move on, and when to let go of whatever’s holding you back.” Moral of the story: Sometimes you have to let go and give up what you have now in order to receive something better in the future. Don’t let stubbornness be your downfall!


06/29/2022 03:20:31

🌹🍒 Good morning 

have a wonderful Wednesday..love and hugs xxx 🌹🍒 

06/28/2022 16:33:01

“Hope is the thing with feathers

That perches in the soul

And sings the tune without the words

And never stops at all.”

~ Emily Dickinson ~

06/28/2022 13:32:43

Hello. Tuesday afternoon. Just hoping for more of the "wet" stuff today. Finally got some yesterday in the late afternoon and evening. It was so welcome here. Enjoyed the cooler temps, too! My grass is looking much happier. It's been crying out for rain ! I haven't seen anyone around here wasting water on their lawns. Rather sad, but true. Hope it doesn't hurt us on the 4th when people begin playing with fireworks...that's a scary thought. Everybody enjoy your Tuesday ! ~ Marcia

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