--- 1 ---Well I can't say that I never win anything. Before our parish's big annual fall festival on Saturday, I told my wife that if we win the raffle for the new Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, we should sell it and split the money with the church. I'll spare you the phony suspense. We didn't win the truck. But I entered one of the hourly 50/50 cash raffles and took home $115! The other half went to the church. So I was a little prophetic, wasn't I?
"Thank you for trusting us to help you with banking needs. Beginning Oct. 19, 2013 we are changing our wire transfer fees. All outgoing international wire transfers will be sent through the Bank of New York Mellon and a new International Wire Service Fee of $25 will be charged. We are also lowering our Wire Transfer Fee from $35 to $20. The total fee for international wire transfers will now be $45. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We value your business and the opportunity to serve you."Wow. That's a lot for a 7-year-old to handle, but she's coping with it!
Sometimes the most sought-after Christmas toys quickly wind up in the back of the toy closet. But I have found an innovative new use for the Elmo Live that our daughter got for Christmas in 2008. Somehow he wound up on the top of my dresser, and his outstretched arms are a perfect place to hang socks that are missing their match. Batteries are not necessary.
|Put a sock in it, Elmo!|
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