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Monday, January 26, 2009


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"I liked you to know that God loves you!! Very Much. Dont allow this moment to pass by from you say this preayr out loud clear..Dear Lord Jesus I believe you are the son of God. I believe you died for me. I repent to you of all my sins, wash me with your precious blood right now. I ask you to come into my heart. Be the Savior of my heart soul. In the name of Jesus I pray Amen. "

Wonderful post I like to read it. It's really very interesting post which inspire to do some task which is very helpful to society and other people.

Hi Gary, Yes those days seem so simple. Life moved slower. Sigh. Thanks for your comment.
~ Nancy Mehegan, co-founder, Vaboomer


I miss the days that were simple to live in.
Now every thing is a big stress.I do remember
the JFK days.


Love the idea of blog carnivals, and I'm looking forward to learn more about this community initiative. How do you manage to coordinate this effort: chose topics, writers, carnival hosts?

Is there a site boomer bloggers wanting to take part to future carnivals can join in, contribute and connect with peer bloggers?

Blogs are amplifying the voices of free speech worldwide and community driven initiatives such as this are the cornerstone of a new era in modern democracy.

A salute to the pioneers of this new age!

Kind regards,

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