Archive for September 1st, 2015

Change The World

Change The World . . . through kindness!

ME and the Boss

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“No matter what

people tell you,

words and ideas

can change

the world.”

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~ Robin Williams

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A kind word, like soft water

will eventually make the roughest stone smooth,

will render the hardest heart compassionate.

Any idea that makes this world a better place for all

is an idea worth sharing.

Continue to share the kindness and the love

knowing that in this lifetime or in the next,

the world will change and

hopefully it will be for the best.

Kindness is the word and idea that can change the world.

Kindness is the beginning of a life filled with love.

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ME and the Boss

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Jumble Spoiler – 09/01/15

Alden Biesen Castle, moat

Alden Biesen Castle, moat (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Visual Description:  Ditch dirge digression.

GALDE  =  GLADE,  ZOMGI  =  GIZMO,  TISDEG  =  DIGEST,  KENVIO  =  INVOKE   —   Giving us:  GDGIIGTIN

Clue/Question:  He got a job building a moat, but he wasn’t – – –

English: Castle Kaceřov - moat Česky: Zámek Ka...

English: Castle Kaceřov – moat Česky: Zámek Kaceřov – hradní příkop Deutsch: Schloss Kaceřov – der Burggraben (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Answer:  DIGGING IT

(Yeah.  But, we can dig it!  The Jumble, that is.  The clue words are all tried and true, but they seem to have come up with all new jumbles.  I didn’t think that any of them were difficult.  The answer letter layout was swell.  With all the Gs and Is, and the shovels, and “moving dirt”, it didn’t take much effort to figure out today’s answer.  But, the medieval, period cartoon was very entertaining!  Once upon a time “Dig it” was kind of my catch phrase.  It’s a great phrase.  My Dad always used to ask:  Ya dig?  He was the farthest thing from being a beatnik – as he was a Marine – but it was a popular part of the vernacular in the early ’60s.  Today is the 10 year anniversary of his passing.  Time flies!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR 

Cryptoquote Spoiler – 09/0/1/15

English: Robert Benchley

English: Robert Benchley (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Drawing on my fine command of language, I said nothing.”   —   Robert Benchley

(I guess I wasn’t feeling it today, because I took the easy way out, by looking at the author’s – first – name!  It took me a long time to come up with Benchley, and I had to write out the spare consonants to come up with drawing!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR


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