Monthly Archives: November 2012

Quote for the Day – November 30th, 2012

“It’s as easy to identify someone who is not exercising mentally as it is to identify someone who is not physically exercising.  For one all you have to do is look at them, and for the other, just listen to … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day – November 29th, 2012

“Don’t question why you are on the path you’re on, just give it all you have and you when you look back on the journey you had you will be amazed with the wonderful trip it was.” – ME

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I Told You I Would….

I have spent most of this past week finishing up my first (and probably only) book!  I just published it through Booktango.com and it is out there.  The book is entitled “As I See It” by Mark G. Cooper. IBSN: … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day – November 28th, 2012

“The rainbow at the end of the storm is just God’s calming way of letting us know that the worst is over.” – ME

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Quote of the Day – November 27th, 2012

“Everyone has a photographic memory; just some people never got any film loaded.” – ME   On a side note, Happy Birthday to my baby girl!

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Quote of the Day – November 26th, 2012

“Disposable income suggests that we are so rich that we can throw away money.  If you are that rich, instead of you having to spend your time throwing it away, just give it to me and I’ll dispose of it … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day – November 25th, 2012

“If you take from those who have, to give to those who have not, eventually those who had will no longer have and everyone will be a have not.” – ME

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