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Dan Bremnes may have to wait a little longer for some down time. He posted: Nothing like a little bit of time off to relax…I mean exercise with the family. Attached with a picture of Dan chasing his son down the street.

A reminder from Ryan Stevenson: “Christianity is not a religion- it’s the proclamation of the end of religion! If the cross is the sign of anything, it’s the sign that God has gone out of the religion business. Religion never did work- it never will. Religion is not the way; Jesus is the way!”

A suggestion from Joni Tada: Bring something into your home or office today that reminds you of his creative touch: a vase of flowers, a colorful seashell, a humble pine cone, or a thriving, green houseplant. Let these God-breathed, God-caused touches remind you of your real home.

House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday confirmed he will not seek re-election in November, telling a press conference that he has decided to set new priorities in his life and with his family. “What I realize is if I’m here for one more term, my kids will only have ever known me as a weekend dad,” Ryan said. “I just can’t let that happen. So I will be setting new priorities in my life, but I will also be leaving incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished.”

A man has the car of his dreams eight years after he slipped a note inside the window of a blue 1971 Volkswagen bus that the then-16-year-old called his “future car.” Kyle Cropsey of Lindenhurst, New York, received a call last week from Cris Mead, of Oakland, California. Mead’s father, Cornelius, had purchased the van new and named it Matilda, taking his family on cross-country trips. The son was cleaning it out after his father’s death when he came across Cropsey’s note tucked in the VW’s log book. Cris Mead tells Newsday the family decided to give Cropsey the van, on the condition he update them on its restoration and “go on plenty of adventures.”


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