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Yesterday, my husband took my yellow dress to the dry cleaners. And he went up to the counter and very proudly told the person at the counter, “My wife’s preaching tomorrow. Can I have this pressed?” And some man yelled out, “Man, you better stop her!”
Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Happy Easter. Welcome again to you all – this is a good day to be together. It is a good day to celebrate life and hope and the mystery of resurrection; to proclaim, anew, the core of Christian faith—Life wins! Love wins!
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One day when our son, Tim, was in fifth grade he engaged my husband, Rich, in a combination wrestling and tickling match. Unfortunately, at one point Tim took a misstep and fell backwards with his arm twisted behind him, and suffered a hairline fracture.
About a month ago my old “mom van”—you know, the type of van that schleps kids and equipment and furniture and all sorts of other stuff — became too dangerous to drive and our mechanic urged us to look for another car without delay.
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A older gentleman told his neighbor: “I got this great new hearing aid. It cost me $5,000. It is state of the art. It is perfect!”
“What kind is it?” The neighbor said.