…and don’t want to lose in my inbox:
on practical criticism
(both giving & receiving criticism)
carrie’s genius – on backyard dining options:
wisdom from our wise friend, c:
the love of Christ constrains us.
He died so that those who live may no longer live for themselves
but for Him who died for them and was raised again.
think on this.
awwww, cory in the newsletter:
‘At 21st Services it is our goal to provide excellent products and services to our clients.
We are very excited to announce an addition to our team that will undoubtedly help us
achieve that goal; Cory Cates joined our team April 1st and is working from our New
York office. Cory previously worked at Credit Suisse for 8 years, which included several
years as Global Head of IT for Credit Suisse’s longevity business. Cory is a quantitative
finance technologist with a Ph.D. in Plasma Physics and a M.S. in applied physics
and applied mathematics, both from Columbia University. With many years of life
settlement experience, Cory adds instant depth to our data analytic capabilities and will
play a key role in helping our clients evaluate longevity, policy and portfolio risk.’
ha! wendy is the ‘enthusiastic reader’:
from kristin via betsy:
our favorite ken-david & melinda:
from heather b:
Irish Blessing – As you slide down the banister of life,
may the splinters never point the wrong way.
Old Irish Curse – May those that love us love us, and those that don’t love us, may God turn their hearts.
If He can’t turn their hearts, may He turn their ankles, so we’ll know them by their limping!
Six Irish men were playing poker when one of them played a bad hand and died.
The rest drew straws to see who would tell his wife. One man draws the shortest straw and goes to his friend’s house to tell the wife.
The man says to her, “Your husband lost some money in the poker game and is afraid to come home.”
The wife says, “Tell him to drop dead!” The man responds, “I’ll go tell him.”
scratch for henry