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We were being trained as helmsmen, and John's first lesson was given by the mate, a seasoned but gentle white-haired seafarer.John was holding the heading he'd been given, when the mate ordered, "Come starboard." Pleased at knowing which way starboard was, John left the helm and walked over to his instructor.

Think of something to ask it." As I sat with my fingers poised over the keyboard, Nancy's mother thought for a minute, then responded, "How is Aunt Helen feeling? A pastor I know has a standard liturgy for funerals. Strolling through town, I saw a road worker printing a sign that read "Raised Manhole Ahead." I pointed out that there were more like ten raised manholes. Since I was a new patient, I had to fill out an information form for the doctor's files. The doctor on duty was being bombarded with questions, given forms to fill out, and even asked for his dinner order. It shows my birth date as 12/31/1899." "That's right," my husband chimed in. He was told he would need a birth certificate, but his birth had never been officially registered. " bellowed our drill instructor after spotting the growth during inspection. While my husband was stationed overseas, our four-year-old daughter decided that she needed a baby brother. "But don't you think we should wait till your father's home? "I'm going to be away for a long time," I told him. The next day, my patient was back, along with this note from the VA admitting nurse: "Right war, wrong side." --M. Few people outside the military know what a quartermaster does.

They were dressed in leather, chains, and safety pins. My brother Jim was hired by a government agency and assigned to a small office cubicle in a large area.

The boy had blue and purple spiked hair and the girl's hair was bright yellow. At the end of his first day, he realized he had no idea how to get out.

My fears seemed justified when a photo of the newly merged staff appeared on the company's website with the following words underneath: "Updated daily." --Dianne Stevens One for the Road 29.

Our first day at a resort, my wife and I decided to hit the beach.

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