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Where are they now — Aileen Quinn :: YouTube
If you were a ten-year-old girl in the early '80's, you should know who Aileen Quinn is (Here's a hint: The sun'll come out tomorrow….). She's still a doll.

Big Government Healthcare PSA :: YouTube

Muffin-Tin Monday :: Her Cup Overfloweth
The FAQ page for a really cute blog carnival. Click the link in her sidebar for the posts!

Family Rules Canvas :: The Pleated Poppy
I am crazy about this idea!

Priorities: Things Unseen :: Holy Experience

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  1. Amy says:

    These are fabulous links. Thanks so much for all of them. I am going to make the Family Rules Canvas for my family for Christmas! I went crazy with your canvas idea when we all copied the Pottery Barn canvases-I was the one who made the big tree. So, I’m really excited about this. 🙂 Thanks!
    Amy

  2. Rach says:

    Hi Shannon! Dropping in – haven’t been online that much but I miss you! Had an ectopic pregnancy 3 weeks ago and they had to do emergency surgery. Scary, but I am so happy to be OK.
    Thinking about what we talked about a few years ago about depression, etc…just wanted to thank you for being there for me when I needed it most!
    Big Government – agh! JUST MAKES ME SO NERVOUS!
    Miss you!

  3. Melanie says:

    I am loving the sign. Wouldn’t it be great with some Southern sayings and words? I am so doing this. I think I’ll add in some family sayings as well. Thanks for the link.

  4. paul says:

    Health Care Canada Style!
    It is so sad that Big Business has scared Americans into believing health care isn’t for everyone and that you have to pay for good health care. Being a father of four in Canada with a son that has CP. I’ve never seen a hospital bill and I’ve never received second class health care. I’ve never had to wait for treatment or denied any treatmen. I live in a country with Government run health care and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Government doesn’t dictate what test I can have or what doctors I can see, but from what I’ve heard your HMO’s do that now. All our government does is pick up the tab. Yes we pay a little higher taxes but to me it’s worth it knowing my fellow Canadians will never be turned away for the care they need because they can’t afford it. Why does someones financial status dictate the health care level they deserve?
    Sorry but Big business insurance has the most to lose in this so they will do what they can to scare you into believing Government health care is Socialism.

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