PICKLING – How to preserve your husband

Mind you, this snippet is way before ‘gender equality’ time. Feel free, to add in your own point of view. For the moment I will forgo my own male commentary. author unknown.

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“First, use care and get one. Not too young; but tender and with a healthy growth. Make your selection carefully and let it be final. Otherwise they will not keep. Like wine, they improve with age. Do not pickle or put in hot water. This makes them sour.”

“Prepare as follows: sweeten with smiles according to variety. The sour, bitter kind are improved by a pinch of salt of common sense. Spice with patience. Wrap well in a mantle of Charity. Preserve over a good fire of steady devotion. Serve with peaches and cream. The poorest varieties may be improved by this process and kept for years in any climate.”

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No idea why I got into a sermonizing mood. Perhaps a weird reaction to an angry sleepless night due to fireworks. On a lighter note I have a fun page on creation.

The Book of Practicus 12:1-3
I gave you brains, the ability to reason, and free will for a reason. Please use them.

The Book of Anomous 12:1-3
He prayeth well, who loveth well
Both man and bird and beast;
He prayeth best, who loveth best
All things both great and small;
For the Dear God who loveth us
He made and loveth all.

The Book of Francis 12:1-3
“Little things that run and quail
and die in silence and despair.
little things that fight and fail
and fall on earth and sea and air.
All trapped and frightened little things,
the mouse, the rabbit – hear our prayer.
As we forgive those done to us,
the lamb, the tiniest bird
Forgive us all our trespasses,
little creatures everywhere.”   author unknown.

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