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One for the money, two for the show.

It’s gone around and around.

A storm is coming.

One foot in front of the other.

The bar is set very high.

You always wanted to jump from an airplane.

Your last vacation was really fun.

Who do you look up to?

You might need an extra blanket tonight.

The weather outside is frightful.

It took a leap of faith.

You’ve got big plans this holiday season.

Your new Christmas outfit is absolutely perfect.

Imagine the person who created a toothbrush.

The best years of your life.

You can’t fool me.

Your walk around the block took longer this morning.

Everything seems a little eerier lately, doesn’t it?

You ran into someone from your past the other day.

Lately, there are days when you don’t move so well.

Your grandmother’s jewelry will be yours someday.

The truth was bent a bit.

Oh, how you need a vacation.

Your closest friend really gets you.

You have a job, go to work, and there are things you expect for it.

Rain, rain, go away.

Getting a new pet is fun.

Your Mama is really tall.

Away from any lights, the stars seem to triple in number. They’re closer to the earth, too, and shinier. When you’re outdoors, you also hear things you don’t hear at home, and once you’ve read “Under the Stars” by Dan White, you’ll wonder why you don’t go camping more often.

Back-to-school time is almost here, which means back-to-school bills.

Oh, the ties that bind.

When someone dies unexpectedly, we blurt out, “What happened?” without thinking; it’s a common question

When someone dies unexpectedly, we blurt out, “What happened?” without thinking; it’s a common question

It doesn’t take very long.

Ah, dear old Dad.

Thank you for your service.

Your family has a good contingency plan.

You spent a fair amount of your childhood hollering stuff like “Hey! Look at me!” because nobody likes to be ignored. In fact, as in the new book “Britt-Marie Was Here” by Fredrik Backman points out, being invisible is the worst thing of all.

Who will you vote for, come November?

What is the measure of a man?

Take a deep breath. And blow.

Anything’s worth a try.

You know exactly where you put your glasses.

Someday, you might have your very own stone.

You never have to darn your socks. That was a weekly chore for Grandma but when you have holes in your socks, you go buy new ones. You don’t have to settle for just three channels on TV, either, or just one local grocer, but in the new book “Dimestore” by Lee Smith, you can read about someon…

You’ve been told it’s impossible.

The day you met your beloved, it was magical.

You’re feeling pretty good today.

You’ve always marched to the beat of a different drummer.

You are a chip off the ol’ block. Like father, like son. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. You’re just like your dad. That’s often how it goes in families, and in the new book “The Golden Lad” by Eric Burns, it happens in famous, historic families, too.

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