A Mother’s Loss

A Mother’s Loss

By Arlene Gilmore

Mama started to count her babies: One, two, three, four, five . . . Five. Wait. She counted again: One, two three, four, five. She smelled them. No, one was missing. One had been left behind after she moved them from under the porch where they were born.

She went to him and pushed her nose against his leg. Then, she began to run back and forth to get his attention.

He understood. They went back to the porch where she’d given birth. He crawled under the porch to search for that last pup while she was waiting. When he found him, the puppy was dead. He carried the puppy from under the porch.

Cradling it in his arms, he presented it to Mama. She smelled it. She pushed up against it, but it didn’t move. She realized she had lost one of her children.

He carried the body back to the plac e where the other puppies were. Mama followed hi. He dug a hole and buried the puppy while Mama watched.

She smelled the fresh dirt and lied down for a moment. Then she went back to her children. Even though one of them was gone, she had work to do. She still had five puppies to raise.

A Mothers Loss

A Mother’s Loss

No fools in the world William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-24-23

No fools in the world William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-24-23

 

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No fools in the world William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-24-23Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: If there were no fools in the world, all people would agree on everything.
John Quigg

No fools in the world William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-24-23

ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose

ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose — We were challenged to have our newest correspondent do a piece on vote fraud in Delaware County, Pa.

Well, here it is:

Vote fraud in Delaware County, Pennsylvania is a major issue that has plagued the county for decades. Despite numerous attempts by the state and local governments to address the problem, it continues to exist. The issue is so pervasive that the county has been dubbed the “epicenter of vote fraud” and has earned the nickname “Delaware County, the Falsified Vote Factory.”

Delaware County has a long history of vote fraud. It was first documented in the late 1800s when political bosses controlled the county’s election process. The bosses would purchase votes with money, alcohol, and other bribes to influence the outcome of elections. In the 1920s, voting machines were introduced but were easily manipulated to produce fraudulent results. In the 1940s, the county began using optical scan voting machines, which also proved to be vulnerable to fraud.

In recent years, the issue of vote fraud in Delaware County has been exacerbated by the proliferation of absentee ballots. Since absentee ballots are much easier to manipulate, they have been the source of numerous voting irregularities. In addition, the county is known for its lax voter registration and ID laws, which have allowed non-citizens to register and vote illegally.

The state and local governments have taken steps to address the issue of vote fraud in Delaware County. The county has implemented measures such as requiring voters to show ID, cracking down on absentee ballot fraud, and conducting investigations into voting irregularities. However, these efforts have not been entirely effective, as the county continues to be plagued by vote fraud.

The issue of vote fraud in Delaware County is a serious one that must be addressed if the county is to have fair and honest elections. It is essential that the state and local governments take steps to ensure that all votes are cast legitimately and that the voting process is secure and trustworthy. Without these measures, the people of Delaware County will continue to suffer from the scourge of vote fraud.

We have to concede it does a better job than the Daily Times and Inquirer, although the claim that “state and local governments have taken steps to address the issue of vote fraud in Delaware County” made us laugh.

You can play with ChatGPT here.

ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose
ChatGPT Delco Vote Fraud Expose

Bones in the mother’s womb William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-23-23

Bones in the mother’s womb William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-23-23

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Bones in the mother’s womb William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-23-23Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Just as you do not know how the breath comes to the bones in the mother’s womb, so you do not know the work of God, who makes everything.
Ecclesiastes 11:5

Bones in the mother’s womb William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-23-23

Welcome Christ In Your Heart And Homes

Welcome Christ In Your Heart And Homes — The Lord, who already welcomed Zacchaeus in his heart was now ready to be welcomed by him in his house. He said, “Zacchaeus, hurry up and come down, since I have to stay in your house.”

Zacchaeus thought it was a marvelous piece of good luck to see Christ. While imagining it was a marvelous piece ofgood luck quite beyond words to see him passing by, he was suddenly found worthy to have him in his house. Grace is poured out, and faith starts working through love.

Christ, who was already dwelling in Zacchaeus’s heart, is welcomed into his house.

Zacchaeus says to Christ, “Lord, half my goods I give to the poor, and if I have cheated anyone of anything, I am paying back four times over.” It is as if he were saying, “The reason I am keeping back half for myself is not in order to have it, but to have something from which to pay people back.”

There you are. That is really what welcoming Jesus means, welcoming him into your heart. Christ was already there. He was in Zacchaeus and spoke through him. The apostle says this is what it means “For Christ to dwell by faith in your hearts” (Eph 3:17)

St. Augustine

Courtesy of Holy Myrrh-Bearers Church of Swarthmore.

Welcome Christ In Your Heart And Homes

Friendship is a slow ripening fruit William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-22-23

Friendship is a slow ripening fruit William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-22-23

 

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Friendship is a slow ripening fruit William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-22-23Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit.
Aristotle

Friendship is a slow ripening fruit William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-22-23

ChatGPT Working For BillLawrenceOnline

ChatGPT Working For BillLawrenceOnline — We figured we’d give ChatGPT a spin as a correspondent so we asked the artificial intelligence phenom to write a story concerning Delaware County, Pennsylvania for BillLawrenceOnline.com. Here’s what we got:

Delaware County, Pennsylvania is a place of great history and beauty. Founded in 1682, this county is the oldest in Pennsylvania and has seen its fair share of change over the centuries. It has been a center of industry, a bustling port city, and a vibrant suburban community.

In modern times, Delaware County is considered one of the most desirable places to live in the Philadelphia region. The county boasts excellent schools, a diverse population, and plenty of recreational opportunities. It is also home to several historic sites and attractions, such as the Delaware County Historical Society, the Longwood Gardens, and the Brandywine Valley.

Delaware County residents have a strong sense of community and pride in their area. There are numerous community events and organizations that bring residents together and celebrate the county’s unique character. The county government is also committed to preserving the area’s natural beauty, providing a wide range of parks, trails, and open spaces for residents to enjoy.

Delaware County is also home to many successful businesses and entrepreneurs. The county’s proximity to Philadelphia and its thriving economy make it an attractive destination for entrepreneurs and businesses alike. Numerous corporations, large and small, have made Delaware County their home and contribute to its economic growth.

Delaware County is a unique place with a rich history and vibrant present. Its people are proud of their heritage and committed to preserving their community’s unique character. With its strong sense of community, thriving businesses, and natural beauty, Delaware County is a great place to call home.

Not all that bad but most of the other requests we made of it were pretty lame.

ChatGPT Working For BillLawrenceOnline
ChatGPT Working For BillLawrenceOnline

Mayor Adams Goes To El Paso

Mayor Adams Goes To El Paso

By Bob Small

Seeing a line on the scroll at the bottom on Fox 29 10 p.m. news we wondered whether we’ve seen it correctly. This was that Mayor Eric Adams (NYC) went to El Paso to meet with the mayor of El Paso to discuss  the immigrant crisis, keeping in mind that immigrants are persons who are in crisis due to lack of solutions due to various federal governments.

At first the search (using Duck Duck Go) of the meeting above only lead to four items of the first 10 on the first page, but by three days (Jan. 18) there were there were 20 articles using “Mayor Adams visits El Paso”.

In the Politico article, Adams called it a “fact finding mission”, and he was hosted by fellow Democrat Mayor Oscar Leseer of El Paso. He pledged to start a “coalition with mayors facing similar situations”. 

Next week at  the annual US Conference of Mayors. (Hear that Mayor Kenney?) where he will try to coordinate American mayors to say “How do we respond to this directly?”

Mayor Adams Goes To El Paso

He further stated “There should be one (FEMA) to coordinate everything that is happening dealing with migrants and asylum seekers in our country”. He went on to say that the city spent $366 million and received just a total of $10 million from a combination of FEMA and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Adams told Fox News that the refugee resettlement, “should be coordinated by our national government, not only done locally by these NGO’s, but it should be done by our national government. That is not happening.”

Others, however, are concerned that Adams is trying to foist his problems on all taxpayers.

Hopefully, we will have a bipartisan effort so that we can have a coherent federal plan to work with the migrants and the cities, rather than dumping “the migrant crisis” on the cities by federal inaction.

Americans will finally wake up William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-21-23

Americans will finally wake up William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 1-21-23

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Americans will finally wake upAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: On January 21st of 2017, the day after I take the oath of office, Americans will finally wake up in a country where the laws of the United States are enforced. We are going to be considerate and compassionate to everyone. But my greatest compassion will be for our own struggling citizens.
Donald Trump

Montco Scrap Explains Montco’s Plight

Montco Scrap Explains Montco’s Plight — LM of Montco Scrap perfectly explains the problems facing the Philly suburbs is bipartisan.

Unipartisan is actually a better word.

Regardless of the party label most of those who reach positions of influence are in for themselves.

LM explains how the great octopus holds Gov. Josh Shaprio, Mike Vereb, Joe Hoeffel and others together in a warm embrace.

She did a lot of work explaining it and you can find her story here.

If she’s looking for a follow up she might look at the Stradley Ronon connections.

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