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To: KLP who wrote (212686)2/9/2012 10:19:38 AM
From: Alan Smithee
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It's really a very simple recipe. From the beginning, educate the kids that they are loved and part of the family, but the world does not revolve around them and them alone. And be firm about it.

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To: Alan Smithee who wrote (212689)2/9/2012 4:31:47 PM
From: Honor First
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My sister sent me this, and said """
paid for by Romney but worth watching no matter who you want to vote for.

http://www.mittromney.com/news/embedded/video/obama-isnt-working-labor """"

I don't have a favorite as of now, but I do agree with this u-tube.

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To: Peter Dierks who wrote (212687)2/9/2012 5:17:14 PM
From: Siber
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Lurker here.

Excellent and very comprehensive article that, imho, should be a public mailing of some sort.

A couple of things though.

Always have your Will done by a lawyer. Stay away from the kits you can buy in certain stores and online. I worked in Wills and Estates for over 20 years and the homemade Wills have, without exception, been a nightmare for all concerned except for the law firm handling the estate, of course.

It's a good idea to have as many things as possible in joint names simply to keep an asset, such as a house, out of the assets of the Estate. The more things in the asset column, the bigger the probate fees, the bigger the legal fees and, subsequently, less for the beneficiaries.

Always give a copy of the Will (unsigned) to the Executor. Believe it or not, some people appoint Executors without them even knowing it.

Don't put your wishes for your funeral or how to deal with your remains in the Will. Wills aren't usually dealt with until long after. Just let your family members know what you want.

I have an urge to go on and on about this.

As for the Living Will, a copy should be given to the doctor as well. For example, if there's a "no heroic measures" clause, it's next to impossible to show them the Living Will and expect the doctor or hospital to honor it once the heroic measures are in place.

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To: Neeka who wrote (212679)2/9/2012 7:41:54 PM
From: Alan Smithee
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Well shave me down and call me a mole rat.

The Palouse Caboose is going to be going on the market.

I just arranged to get this:



cheyennecampingcenter.com

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To: calgal who wrote (212681)2/9/2012 7:42:14 PM
From: Neeka
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I am! Their Dad told them he had a surprise for them. It is a horrible story and their father was an evil person.

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To: Alan Smithee who wrote (212692)2/9/2012 8:19:21 PM
From: Honor First
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Oh that is lovely!!!!

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To: Neeka who wrote (212693)2/9/2012 8:48:01 PM
From: calgal
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some surprise. from God.

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To: Honor First who wrote (212694)2/9/2012 9:22:55 PM
From: calgal
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Love advice for Women

Be affectionate to your man. No matter how strong he might seem or appear to be, men always crave for affection. Be it loving words or gestures, they will surely make him feel special.
Give him his space when required. Men when worried need to be on their own. Sometimes they need their space more than anything else. The best advice here is let him be. Respect his desire to be with his male friends or by himself once in a while.
Encourage and motivate him always. Men love to be admired and encouraged. When you encourage him for his work and other projects he will feel that your are involved with him. This will certainly be a feel good factor for him.
Plan a surprise candle light dinner or weekend luncheons. Cook him his favorite platter.

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To: Alan Smithee who wrote (212692)2/9/2012 9:25:02 PM
From: calgal
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Love advice for Women

Be affectionate to your man. No matter how strong he might seem or appear to be, men always crave for affection. Be it loving words or gestures, they will surely make him feel special.
Give him his space when required. Men when worried need to be on their own. Sometimes they need their space more than anything else. The best advice here is let him be. Respect his desire to be with his male friends or by himself once in a while.
Encourage and motivate him always. Men love to be admired and encouraged. When you encourage him for his work and other projects he will feel that your are involved with him. This will certainly be a feel good factor for him.
Plan a surprise candle light dinner or weekend luncheons. Cook him his favorite platter.

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To: Neeka who wrote (212693)2/9/2012 9:46:53 PM
From: calgal
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Havea wonderful week!:)

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