Dont Forget To Fly

Author: Paul B. Janeczko
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An anthology of modern poems touching on such phenomena as parents, love, suicide, dentists, poets, insomnia, marriage, Sundays, cemeteries, and cats.

Don T Forget To Measure

Author: Hannah Grace
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460259521
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Zeek and Treasure loved to bake all sorts of snacks and sweets. But with just a few mistakes, they had some not-so-yummy treats... ...

Don T Forget Your Crown

Author: Derrick Jaxn
Publisher: Derrick Jaxn
ISBN: 0991033671
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Ladies, I'm not here to tell you how many secret ways you can bend over backwards to get some man to come and validate you. You've heard enough of that. Men, I'm not here to tell you how to attract more women in an effort to chase the fulfillment your heart yearns for but you never learned how to keep. You've tried that already. It did not, and still has not worked. I'm here to tell you how to stop getting mindscrewed, toyed with, and taken for granted. It's killing your hope in love, and likely even eating away at your sense of self. You don't have to admit it to me, and you can hide it from your circle, but deep down, you know. Why am I so sure? Because I've been there before. I've been on both the receiving and giving end of heartbreak. I've been the bullshitter and the bullshitted. I, like many of you, tried everything to put myself in position where I could never get hurt, but no matter what, I failed because I was already hurting due to my lack of understanding of self-love. In this book, I take you through not only my personal process in that journey but also the lessons I learned to help me lead millions in that same journey for themselves today. I'm not telling you it's going to be easy, I'm just telling you that if you continue going in circles like you've been doing then it's by choice because I've now given you the map. The rest is on you to make the necessary steps. Just don't forget your crown

Don T Forget To Check Your Flies

Author: Arthur Wilman
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468577913
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From touring in Variety To the excitement of opening nights in the West End From working with amateurs in a back street Church Hall To the thrill of working in Live Television From travelling all over the country in Farce To playing Shakespeare in a North London cellar. Arthur Wilman has done it all - and more and in his book, he tells us the whole story. His title is borrowed from the advice which might be given to every male performer before he ever sets foot on stage, Dont Forget To Check Your Flies.

Kiss The Kids For Dad Don T Forget To Write

Author: Y.A. Bennett
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774858923
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Between 1916 and 1918, Lance-Corporal George Timmins, a British-born soldier who served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, wrote faithfully to his wife and children. Sixty-three letters and four fragments survived. These letters tell the compelling story of a man who, while helping his fellow Canadians make history, used letters home to remain a presence in the lives of his wife and children, and who drew strength from his family to appreciate life's simple pleasures. Timmins's letters offer a rare glimpse into the experiences relationships, and quiet heroism, of ordinary soldiers on the Western Front.

I Am The Cat Don T Forget That

Author: Valerie Shaff
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780060560416
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What would cats say if they were of a mind to talk? Valerie Shaff and Roy Blount Jr. have a good idea ... On the heels of their hugely successful I Am Puppy, Hear Me Yap and If Only You Knew How Much I Smell You, Shaff and Blount have paired again, this time for a witty and insightful look at America's other favorite pet -- the cat. Shaff captures the essence of the ever-elusive cat in her gorgeous photographs, and Roy Blount Jr., who the New York Times says is "in serious contention for the title of America's Most Cherished Humorist," provides accompanying verse that seems to speak a cat's thoughts. The combined result is a touching and often hilarious take on the minds and hearts of felines. When I purr Don't infer It's because you pat. No, you pat Because I purr. I am the cat, Don't forget that.

Don T Forget The Peanut Butter George

Author: Brad Lesher
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453510079
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This book combines the tale of a family with 3 children “growing up together” while living abroad for a period of 19 years in the Middle East, Europe, and Asia with the story of conducting business in many different countries with their cultures across the globe. When on “assignment” abroad the family aspects and business life are often intermingled. This story addresses the family life initially which explains further the title of the book and then covers many important aspects of business success abroad and the lessons learned through multiple experiences in different lands. Family Tale The opportunity of a lifetime began when Brad and Mary Lesher along with the first two of their ultimately three child family packed up in Baltimore, Maryland and left for Tehran, Iran. This was a rather substantial “jump” in cultures for a first time foreign assignment. It turned out to be a magnificent experience, however, for at that time the general population in Iran was very friendly to foreigners and to Americans in particular. The climate in the country was spectacular for a rainy year would mean more than 5 days of precipitation that year. Tehran is at 5000 feet elevation like Denver, Colorado and the mountains surrounding the city were 14,000 feet resulting in the city being overlooked by blue skies and snow caps 8 months of the year. By the middle of our five year tenure in Iran the family was well immersed in local customs and culture. It was at this time that the Leshers began to realize that in living overseas how important it is to absorb local culture while in parallel remaining true also to your background and beliefs. In other words “enjoy the best of both worlds- don’t isolate yourself on American habits exclusively or “go native.” This became the tenet of their lives for all 19 years abroad and each of the family members adhere to that belief today. Further to the above point they believed in enjoying as much of the local foods as possible wherever they have lived. In the case of Iran there were many good dishes. The Persian melons are truly unique in the world, for instance. This brings us to the title of this book. As any expatriate assignee in a foreign land will tell you after a period of several years a family develops a craving for some of the “good old specialties of home.” This is true whether you are stationed in far off lands or even in the culinary capital of the world, Paris. In particular, the kids miss some of their old standbys. For Americans the “King” is Peanut Butter, for the French its Cheeses, the Germans Gherkins and Sausages and the Aussies their Vegamite. Since this entire book has many humorous incidents included in it, the author chose as an appropriate title the last words an American expatriate businessman might hear as he goes out the door to fly back to the U.S. for a meeting at home headquarters, as his wife exclaims “Don’t Forget the Peanut Butter, George!” After five delightful years in Tehran the Lesher family reluctantly left Iran and moved to Paris along with their newly arrived third child. The first two children were 8 and 5 respectively and began their elementary education at the American School of Paris. The family lived not far from Versailles and weekends were spent extensively on picnics at many beautiful and historic sites in the Paris environs. This established a solid base of experience in France and an introduction to French culture. After the four years of this assignment it was determined that it was time to return to the U.S. after having been abroad more than 8 years in total between Iran and France. The return to the states at this point was a good experience for it gave the family a chance to establish some more solid roots in the U.S. particularly since the children had been so young earlier and never had developed a U.S. base. They bought a house in Westport, Connecticut, which they owned for twenty years but only lived in for ten of those years due to further foreign a

Don T Forget Me

Author: Steve Grant
ISBN: 9781642795486
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Don't Forget Me encourages and guides parents with the tragic but compelling story of a family destroyed by addiction and substance abuse.

Don T Forget I Love You

Author: Miriam Moss
Publisher: Dial
Size: 75.89 MB
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After spending too much time playing with his favorite toy, Billy and his mother are very late for nursery school and his mother forgets some crucial things as she rushes to work.

Don T Forget Fun

Author: Lisa A. Stolley
ISBN: 9780673757692
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Anita and Brandon are told that they aren't good enough to play basketball with the bigger kids.