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Another great Christmas story found in the Morning Story and Dilbert archive….. Enjoy and Merry Christmas!!!

Morning Story and Dilbert

Morning Story and Dilbert Vintage Dilbert
December 15, 2012

He woke suddenly and completely. It was four o’clock, the hour at which his father had always called him to get up and help with the milking. Strange how the habits of his youth clung to him still! Fifty years ago, and his father had been dead for thirty years, and yet he waked at four o’clock in the morning. He had trained himself to turn over and go to sleep, but this morning it was Christmas, he did not try to sleep.

Why did he feel so awake tonight? He slipped back in time, as he did so easily nowadays. He was fifteen years old and still on his father’s farm. He loved his father. He had not known it until one day a few days before Christmas, when he had overheard what his father was saying to his mother.

“Mary, I hate to…

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This is one of my favorite Christmas stories on Morning Story and Dilbert….. Enjoy and God Bless Kenny T

Morning Story and Dilbert

Morning Story and Dilbert Vintage Dilbert
December 18, 1998

Kleenex Alert

On Christmas Eve a young soldier feeling trapped in London during the 2nd World War was very lonely and sad to be away from his family and home.

As the war still raged on in London this was a very dangerous time and place with Churches and most other social and public places either closed or destroyed. And so in spite of this, the young soldier organized amongst a few of his mates to go out on Christmas Eve and to make Christmas of whatever they found. Shortly after leaving their military compound they came across an old grey building with an affixed sign, which said, “Queen Anne’s Orphanage”.

This was perfect they all thought. The young men’s hearts pounded quickly and they gathered themselves and knocked on the door. The door slowly opened as a kind elderly woman cautiously emerged from behind…

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This is one of my most favorite Thanksgiving Post… Enjoy and I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!! Take Care and God Bless :-) Kenny T

Morning Story and Dilbert

Morning Story and Dilbert Vintage Dilbert
January 17, 2014

It started to happen gradually¦ One day I was walking my son Jake to
school. I was holding his hand and we were about to cross the street when
the crossing guard said to him, “Who is that with you, young fella?”
“Nobody,” he shrugged.

Nobody? The crossing guard and I laughed. My son is only 5, but as we
crossed the street I thought, “Oh my goodness, nobody?”
I would walk into a room and no one would notice. I would say something to
my family – like “Turn the TV down, please” – and nothing would happen.
Nobody would get up, or even make a move for the remote. I would stand
there for a minute, and then I would say again, a little louder,
“Would someone turn the TV down?” Nothing. Just the other night my husband
and I were out at…

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Morning Story and Dilbert

Morning Story and Dilbert Vintage Dilbert
April 19, 2008

This is a two cup story with a great ending – maybe a Kleenex for happy tiers….

……enjoy and I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!!!    Kenny  T
Cup One
At noon on a dreary November day, a lonesome little fellow stood at the door of a cheap restaurant in Boston, and offered a solitary copy of a morning paper for sale to the people passing.But there were really not many people passing, for it was Thanksgiving Day, and the shops were closed, and everybody who had a home to go to, and a dinner to eat, seemed to have gone home.

An old man, with a face that looked pinched, and who was dressed in a seedy black coat, stopped at the same doorway, and, with one hand on the latch, he appeared to hesitate between hunger and a sense of poverty, before…

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Morning Story and Dilbert

Vintage Dilbert
October 9, 2010

 

Lord give me a sense of humor and give me the grace to see a joke to get some humor out of life

The Dentist’s Hymn Crown Him with Many Crowns

The Weatherman’s Hymn There Shall be Showers of Blessings

The Contractor’s Hymn The church is One foundation

The Tailor’s Hymn Holy, Holy, Holy

The Golfer’s Hymn There is a Green Hill Far Away

The Politician’s Hymn Standing on the Promises

The Optometrist’s Hymn Open My Eyes That I May See

The IRS Agent’s Hymn I Surrender All

The Gossip’s Hymn Pass it On

The Shopper’s Hymn Sweet Bye and Bye

The Realtor’s Hymn I’ve Got a Mansion Just Over the Hilltop

The Massage Therapists Hymn He Touched Me

The Doctor’s Hymn The Great Physician

And for those who speed on the highway – a few Hymns

45mph  God Will Take Care of You
65mph  Nearer My God To Thee
85mph  This World is Not My Home
95mhp  Lord, I am Coming Home
100mph  Precious Memories

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Morning Story and Dilbert

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For most people, graduation is an exciting day – the culmination of years of hard work. My graduation day… was not.

I remember that weekend two years ago. Family and friends had flown in from across the country to watch our class walk across that stage. But like everyone else in my graduating class, I had watched the economy turn from bad to worse my senior year. We graduates had degrees, but very limited prospects. Numerous applications had not panned out and I knew that the next day, when my lease ended, I would no longer have a place to call home.

The weeks ahead weren’t easy. I gathered up everything I couldn’t carry and put it into storage. Then, because I knew my small university town couldn’t offer me any opportunities, I packed up my car and drove to Southern California to find work. But what I thought would…

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You may need a happy Kleenex…

Morning Story and Dilbert

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This was the last litter of puppies we were going to allow our Cocker Spaniel to have. It had been a very long night for me. Precious, our only black cocker, was having a very difficult time with the delivery of her puppies.

I laid on the floor beside her large four-foot square cage, watching her every movement. Watching and waiting just in case we had to rush her to the veterinarian.

After six hours the puppies started to appear. The first born was a black and white party dog. The second and third puppies were tan and brown in color. The fourth and fifth were also spotted black and white. “One, two, three, four, five,” I counted to myself as I walked down the hallway to wake up Judy and tell her that everything was fine. As we walked back down the hallway and into the spare bedroom, I…

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