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An idiom a day…

By Sharyl Lasky

Originally Published on November 5th, 2018

The English language has so many words that sound the same but have very different meanings such as bear and bare, hair and hare. Of course, as I am writing this I can’t think of any others, but there are many sayings (idioms) that are confusing too. So on to the rest of the story.
Did you know that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush? Is that the same as a penny saved is a penny earned? If so I better work my tail off. How do you do that? Maybe by stepping up to the plate. I would really rather be safe than sorry because I don’t want to be up a creek without a paddle.
As we know don’t let one bad apple spoil the bunch or you won’t have an apple a day to keep the doctor away. Each day takes on a life of its own so don’t count your chickens before they hatch because they might be like finding a needle in a haystack.
The moral of the story, what goes up must come down and a watched pot never boils but if you have a grateful heart and love one another the “Son” will always shine on you.
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Sharyl was born in the Port Huron-Marysville area and has lived there her entire life. She graduated from Port Huron High School and Port Huron Junior College. Working in a family owned business for 27 years she gained experience in accounting and sales. She has attended Colonial Woods Missionary Church since 1988. She is currently involved in the choir, a quilting group, plus a home Bible study. At one time she was, for many years, on the Women’s Ministry committee. She is blessed to be a mom to two sons and Mema to three grandchildren and one great granddaughter.
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