sleep last night my niece was hurting so bad just hoping this work it
will be well wreath it .know up for work and taking the ice pack wiyh me.
B...., at some ointment I guess we'll have to exercise!
...so read a couple of postings on facebook this morning--not mine this time anyway. Wow! A person almost has to be a linguist to interpret messages these days! And alas! I've entered the murky world of the smart phone, complete with the feature that lets me speak my message into it and then translates it into send-able text. You can spell that potential c-o-n-f-u-s-i-o-n (and sometimes t-r-o-u-b-l-e).
The Bible is SO full of warnings and teachings about the importance of good, wholesome communication. I have tried to proofread my messages before I hit the send button while using my new Nokia Lumia phone. It reminds me to be equally careful about checking my words before they roll off of my tongue lest they, too, be confusing or troublesome!
Watch the way you talk. ... Say only what helps, each word a gift. (Ephesians 4:29, The Message)
* Not to be confused with the "Gift of Gab" - an idiomatic phrase which means the ability to talk readily, glibly, and convincingly. (Wikipedia)