I used to love Readers Digest when I was a kid.I loved it when someone would
give me a bunch of them at one time. I felt like I had hit the motherload!
As an adult I like to do the Enrich Your Word Power. I nearly always do
excellent and very good. the humor and stories are great too. I dont read as
much as I use to .perhaps I should get back into it again
"Edna Pearl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> Love it!
> My SO's parents have insisted on giving him a subscription to Reader's
> Digest for many years now. It is an excellent publication, and the
> publishers have historically been wonderful public citizens. The Lila
> Acheson Wallace Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is probably the
> crown jewel of their public contributions, at least in my own mind. I
> love it so. But the contributions of founding family's charitable
> foundations are endless.
> Every issue of Reader's Digest in recent years has included letters of
> gratitude from members of American armed forces abroad for the magazine's
> taste of home -- which fits in the back pocket of standard issue uniforms!
> My SO chooses articles from RD that he thinks I might like, to save me the
> time and effort of reading it cover to cover. I have a couple of
> magazines ahead of RD in my monthly reading list. But anybody who disses
> RD has picked a fight with me, for sure! I love it to bits.
> ep tof
> (still walking with a limp)
> "Sue" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]..
>> OK. I admit it. I like reading Reader's Digest. Not at the
>> dentist's office (he has things I don't read such as People and Better
>> Homes and Gardens). I subscribe. Get over it. One of the features I
>> like is the quotes and what I read last night seems to be very apropos
>> this group.
>> Henri Matisse said, "When you're out of willpower, you can call on
>> stubbornness." I like that.
>> Sue who has been stubborn for:
>> Four years, seven months, five days, 15 hours, 18 minutes and 39
>> seconds. 55461 cigarettes not smoked, saving $9,234.26. Life saved: 27
>> weeks, 3 days, 13 hours, 45 minutes.