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Subject: Fwd: A festive idea for holiday decorating - Judy
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Hi, Guys. 
Thought this would make your day after Thanksgiving a little happier.
I am feeling better but still real weak. will talk to ya'll on Mon.  New chemo
had me sleeping for 5 days and nights.  The whammie and then another whammie.
I think this oncol. is wacko.  Gotta go back to bed.  bye for now
Love,
Judy

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Subject: A festive idea for holiday decorating
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"Special Occasions"        (Author Unknown)

This is more embarrassing for my mother than for me 
because I wasn't quite four years old when it happened. 
My mother taught me to read when I was 3 years old (her 
first mistake). One day I was in the bathroom and noticed 
one of the cabinet door was ajar.  I read the box in the 
cabinet. I then asked my mother why she was keeping 
napkins in the bathroom. Didn't they belong in the kitchen? 
Not wanting to burden me with unnecessary facts she told 
me that those were for special occasions. 

Now fast forward a few months.  It's Thanksgiving Day, and 
my folks are leaving to pick up the pastor and his wife for 
Dinner.  Mom had assignments for all of us while they were 
gone.  Mine was to set the table.  You guessed it!  When they 
returned, the pastor came in first and immediately burst 
into laughter.  Next came his wife who gasped, then began 
giggling.  Next came my father, who roared with laughter. 
Then came mom, who almost died of embarrassment 
when she saw each place setting on the table with a 
"special occasion" napkin at each plate, with the fork 
carefully arranged on top.  I had even tucked the little tails 
in so they didn't hang off the edge.  My mother asked me 
why I used these and, of course, my response sent the 
other adults into further fits of laughter. 

"But Mom, you SAID they were for special occasions!!

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"Special Occasions"        (Author Unknown)

This is more embarrassing for my mother than for me 
because I wasn't quite four years old when it happened. 
My mother taught me to read when I was 3 years old (her 
first mistake). One day I was in the bathroom and noticed 
one of the cabinet door was ajar.  I read the box in the 
cabinet. I then asked my mother why she was keeping 
napkins in the bathroom. Didn't they belong in the kitchen? 
Not wanting to burden me with unnecessary facts she told 
me that those were for special occasions. 

Now fast forward a few months.  It's Thanksgiving Day, and 
my folks are leaving to pick up the pastor and his wife for 
Dinner.  Mom had assignments for all of us while they were 
gone.  Mine was to set the table.  You guessed it!  When they 
returned, the pastor came in first and immediately burst 
into laughter.  Next came his wife who gasped, then began 
giggling.  Next came my father, who roared with laughter. 
Then came mom, who almost died of embarrassment 
when she saw each place setting on the table with a 
"special occasion" napkin at each plate, with the fork 
carefully arranged on top.  I had even tucked the little tails 
in so they didn't hang off the edge.  My mother asked me 
why I used these and, of course, my response sent the 
other adults into further fits of laughter. 

"But Mom, you SAID they were for special occasions!!

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