Before Aspirin & Other Things

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iUniverse, Jan 2, 2007 - Family & Relationships
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Losing dentures while casting a shrimp net and coloring his hair with chimney soot are two examples of real life experiences that Rev. Joseph E. Fulford will share in these heart-felt memoirs. A veteran of World War II, an ex-butcher, a retired United Methodist minister and a born story teller, he is now able to use his degree in journalism from the University of Florida to share many of his interesting and humorous adventures encountered in his life. He has set in the course of his ministry, when appropriate, to make people smile and laugh. He finds much gratification from seeing moods change and spirits lifted. Fulford has told these stories to his congregation, three children, seven grandchildren, and his great granddaughter. They enjoyed them immensely and highly recommended their retelling. Take a journey with Fulford through some amusing situations and some downright funny happenings that will not only bring laughter, but will bring closeness to God. While reading, keep in mind those sage words from Proverbs 15:15, "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance," and Proverbs 17:22, "A merry heart doeth good like medicine."

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