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My mother sent this to me.  I think it will be my new motto for the rest of 
my life.
Love you all,
Marlene

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Thought you might like this slant on A.S.A.P. Cousin Janet
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>
> Ever wondered about the abbreviation A.S.A.P? Generally we think of it
in
> terms of even more hurry and stress in our lives. Maybe if we think of
this
> abbreviation in a different manner, we  will begin to find a new way to
deal
> with those rough days along the way.
>
>      "There's work to do, deadlines to meet;
>      You've got no time to spare,
>      But as you hurry and scurry --
>      ASAP  --   ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER.
>
>      In the midst of family chaos,
>      'Quality time' is rare.
>      Do your best; let God do the rest --
>      ASAP  -  ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER.
>
>      It may seem like your worries
>      Are more than you can bear.
>      Slow down and take a breather --
>      ASAP  -  ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER.
>
>      God knows how stressful life is;
>      He wants to ease our cares,
>      And He'll respond.
>      ASAP -  ALWAYS SAY A PRAYER.
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