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July 4th, 2011 | 317 Entries

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  1. assisted living? hmmm…. how have i assisted others today. i would like to be able to take time out of everyday to help someone else. it is hard to find time for charity. but i think i have to remember that charity starts at home. helping the ones closest to me is somthing often overlooked….

    By Megan Engelmann URL on 07.04.2011

  2. we are all in need of assistance these days
    we can receive or give
    it truly it better to give assistance
    more satisfying and peaceful heart from giving to others with no ulterior motives

    By she53lly URL on 07.04.2011

  3. She finally got that small disk of hard, black rubber to her teammate in time. All the wobbly, awkward sliding steps across the ice, all the falls and tumbles and accidental body checks had finally paid off.

    By mollyruth URL on 07.04.2011

  4. Jose had never assisted at anything this complex. He had always helped his boss on missions with other heads of state, but this one was far beyond his scope of vision.

    By Raymond Masters URL on 07.04.2011

  5. katty world the becke
    her HAT5 WORN HIS
    prag… ham lest bt#

    By Fabric Spell in Ushe URL on 07.04.2011

  6. assistance such a rare thing to come by. Our world is full of those who need to be assisted and those who do not. It is also full of people who are being assisted who do not need to be. Life is full of Irony.

    By mo0nshadow on 07.04.2011

  7. “Assisted living” was nothing more than a polite metaphor for Death’s waiting room. She mused idly on the French lessons of her youth, remembering the curious incongruity between the meaning on the page and the meaning in her mind: “assister,” contrary to the assumptions of her native-tongued mentality, was more likely to connote attendance than aid. She was a guest of her old age, but more standing-room-only than VIP.

    By Roma URL on 07.04.2011

  8. I assisted this man with his homework. Little did I know that he was working for some agency. His homework was not actual school homework. Not technically. It consisted of some delicacies that were not only foreign but seemed dangerous to a dull eye. How I could survive these next few minutes, I haven’t the slightest idea.

    By RedSkyeArtiste URL on 07.04.2011

  9. My hands hurt.
    Assisted one-arm pull ups and one-arm kettlebell snatches take their toll.
    Hand care, pumice callusses, and blanket with lotion.

    By daniel URL on 07.04.2011

  10. Assisted

    She assisted, more to keep an eye on things than to be of any real help. She didn’t know what they were doing. And he did not need her help. She wondered, did he know why she was really there? No… it was enough that she’d said she’d wanted to be. No further explanation had been needed.

    By Noisy Quiet URL on 07.04.2011

  11. help wheelchair old sponge bath living dying dementia cats eye dog supported

    By anna on 07.04.2011

  12. I assisted my wife today, trying to find out how to successfully communicate with her while she is in Italy. You really have to keep your eye out when dealing with the ATT reps. I was trying to turn stuff off and she had me adding features (if I listened to her, that is). Oh well you have to be careful…

    By Bob Hussey URL on 07.04.2011

  13. How can one word mean so much? That I can no longer take care of myself on my own. Assisted living at my age is absolutely ridiculous. But that is what disease does to you I suppose. Makes you ridiculous… Wonderful… Really.

    By Laurel on 07.04.2011

  14. He took me by the hand
    and with his hands he touched me.

    And though I do not love him
    nor did love him
    he helped me

    because he made me see that there was more to life
    than living separated by cloth and glass
    and let me love you

    love you more fully
    and more completely
    than I have ever done before.

    By Beebee URL on 07.04.2011

  15. “Does that mean I can assist you?!” Russell from Up is so cute. All he wants is to assist the elderly to get his last badge. Little did he know the adventure in store for him when he met Mr. Fredricksen.

    By Brittany on 07.04.2011

  16. When I first took a delivery to an assisted-living center I assumed I would find helpful doctors and nurses scattered about keeping elderly folks company. Instead, it was myself running around trying to entertain people that scarred me for their closeness to death.

    By Dan on 07.04.2011

  17. I ran down the road. He was bleeding. I didn’t know what to do. There was no-one around. He had only me. Me!

    By Lieliefee on 07.04.2011

  18. assisted living
    is not a simple concept
    for granny tina
    endlessly struggling
    for the right
    to struggle alone
    not to be taken
    but to die on her own

    By Noelle URL on 07.04.2011

  19. Drool gistened as it slid from the corner of his mouth. He breathed one last breath and then relaxed. Peace came as his whiskers twitched and pupils dilated. This was what he had needed.

    By lizamajig URL on 07.04.2011

  20. I helped the old woman back into her chair. “Are you alright?” I asked worried. She smiled feebly but a single tear rolled down her cheek. “Thank you. I think I’ve got it.”

    By Skylar Wheat URL on 07.04.2011

  21. technically …like a helping hand….actual details aside. Descriptive , bland, obtuse……yuck.

    By mr584903 on 07.04.2011

  22. aided and abetted. keepin shtum is a despicable way of doin the dirty.
    lukkin on wit indifferece.. pretendind not to see.. the whole thing makes cowards of us all.

    By the wiz that he was URL on 07.04.2011

  23. she assisted and listed, rhymes but i missed it.
    so now im writing mines, and im speakin them twisted.
    they are given birth in my mind
    press play and rewind
    until i slow it down to capture the moment, divine.

    By gerald on 07.04.2011

  24. assisted by her 24-karot gold wheel chair, Ofelia cruised down the rose filled garden path and into the place she would soon call home forever.

    By luna URL on 07.04.2011

  25. i dont need help with my life. i can do it myself but everyones so desperate to want to help me. why? i try to handle my own problems. i guess i do need help. princess is doing good volunteering at the tapestry house. i wanna do it but i kinda dont. i feel like it would be more for her then for me. i need a job but i dont wanna get one. this sucks. summer is going alright though.

    By zach on 07.04.2011

  26. she flew through the air
    assisted
    by the hands around her hips
    she is brought down gently
    and the teacher says
    “very nice”
    and
    “why are your eyes shut?”

    By Valkyrie URL on 07.04.2011

  27. I had all of the assistance in the world, all but what I wished. He assisted me in so many ways, and found a way into my heart. I curse aloud, knowing that he and I will…. I’m not too sure how to end that sentence. I just believe something amazing will happen.

    By Arkhaela on 07.04.2011

  28. He stopped speaking, in mid sentence, in the centre of Paris. I watched him as he bent down so speak to an old lady, in his perfect French. After a moment he held out his arm and assisted her over the pedestrian crossing. That is the moment when I fell in love with him.

    By morag URL on 07.04.2011

  29. years ago you could go to Australia on an assisted passage.

    By sandra joyce on 07.04.2011

  30. for all my life i’ve refused help. I hate to be assisted by anyone. I have to show not only myself but everyone that I can do something by myself. That is until I fell in love and had my heart broken. Then I realized, help doesn’t make my accomplishments any less meaningful, it makes it more so.

    By richard URL on 07.04.2011

  31. i assisted him

    By Kelly K URL on 07.04.2011

  32. test

    By pa on 07.04.2011

  33. I was assisted to this website by the wonderful NaNoWriMo helpy twittery people and I thought that if I did this lots then it might make my typing quicker so in that way I was assisted, so I suppose that’s good because that is today’s word

    By zanygiraffe URL on 07.04.2011

  34. This is for you, Julian.

    When at Cottey, I was assisted by you. You helped me leave a place that wasn’t a home for me.
    When in Joplin, I was assisted by you. It’s simple: you saved my life.
    When at home, every time I need help, every time I need an ear, a hug, a kiss, a cigarette–anything–you assist me. You are there every time I turn around and I want to keep you there.
    Don’t leave.
    It will get easier.
    Let me assist you.

    By Scream URL on 07.04.2011

  35. i assisted an old lady at the subway yesterday to an empty seat which she had trouble finding, it was so sad at first because she wasnt able to move from her bad legs. after i gave her the wmpty seat she looked up at me with a cute smile and said thank you.

    By Ruby on 07.04.2011

  36. The other day I assisted in a murder. Yeah, true story. I went with my best friend to a house. He said he needed to grab something real quick so you know I thought no big deal. I was waiting in the car, out came my friend in a hu

    By the murderererer on 07.04.2011

  37. She assissted the old lady cross the street. He was a vet assisstant. This word is not inspiring me at all. Could it not have been something patriotic, like freedom? Or bravery? Don’t you people know what day it is? Someone please tell the random-generator-thing that it is the 4th of July!!!!! Happy Independence Day, everyone!!!!! :D

    By Mildred URL on 07.04.2011

  38. assisted living does not sound like anything that would be fun. its almost like you aren;’ able to live on your own without the assistance of someone in a white coat to constantly follow you around and make all your decisions…its really just sad i think. never would i want that..

    By Hannah Harper on 07.04.2011

  39. Is this always the same word????? This is the fourth time I have had the word assisted come up.

    By Bonnie on 07.04.2011

  40. Unassisted Childbirth fällt mir dazu als erstes ein. Ich weiß nicht, ob ich mich das trauen würde. Vielleicht wäre es leichter als im Krankenhaus mit lauter fremden Menschen um mich herum. Dort würde ich mich auch nicht trauen, einen Orgasmus zu haben. Orgasmus und Geburt gehören doch irgendwie zusammen. Ich habe sogar einmal gelesen, dass eine Geburt etwas sehr genussvolles sein kann …

    By Eli URL on 07.04.2011