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LeslieDean

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LeslieDean last won the day on November 3 2017

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About LeslieDean

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    Platinum Member
  • Birthday 10/15/1956

Personal Details

  • Gender
    Sister
  • First Name
    Leslie
  • Relationship Status
    married
  • Displayed Location
    Tulsa, OK
  • Publisher
    Proud Publisher
  • Baptized
    5-11-1997

How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    Was at the end of my rope in my 2nd marriage--honestly felt suicidal. Remembered my grandmother visiting years ago from CA and that she would talk to my Mom about the Truth. My Mom died at 53 but had mentioned to me that if there was a right religion JW had to be it. My Mom had died and JW's came to my door. I had a house full of company and invited them in. Later they would remark that they "knew" I was a sheep because I invited them in and visited with them and got them cold beverages to drink and made them feel so hospitable in the midst of all my turmoil. If anyone knows Phyllis Bittner, originally from Bartlesville, OK and now residing somewhere close to San Diego tell her I am in the Truth now.Thanks for our time together and planting that seed. Anyway, I read the Truth Book and quickly stopped my study due to my unhappiness with my first marriage. I was a nurse and took care of my present husband who was in for ETOH tx. Began a relationship with him, divorced, remarried and began a life that was always drama filled due to the alcholosim. Left Oklahoma and moved to LA. Had an unbelievable life style change, went from living in the Salvation Army shelter because I was to afraid to tell my family my husband was still drinking and lying to constantly make things appear better to my husband getting sober and starting his own business and even having a yacht slipped at Marina Del Rey and living in a 6000 sq ft home owned by the wealthest family in CA (Otis Chandler)--lots of things I am not able to talk about transpired, I made a cold call to JW's from the yellow pages and Gwen Logan was sent to study with me--6 months later I was baptized.

My Hobbies & Interests

  • My Interests
    Cooking. Decorating, Mowing now since I got a Cub Cadet Zero Turn mower!
  • My favorite books
    Enjoy all our publications---especially fond of the Insight Books for easy research Like legal thrillers (John Grisham) like David Baldacci
  • My favorite music
    love country and western and I won't apologize for it

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  1. Favorite scripture! First time I read this I was sitting up in bed drinking in as much information as I could of this new found gold mine! I remember tears welling up and my heart felt like it was going to explode, First scripture I committed to memory.
  2. Now look what you made me do! It's so cold outside and expecting sleet tonight and now I must hurry out and search for unsweetened coconut!
  3. I enjoyed your commentary! May I quote it on FB by stating I would like to share my friends thoughts? I want my sister to read it which I know she will as long as I didnt say it! 😉
  4. It's called tiny keyboard and o next to i
  5. I live the meaty subjects I learn about here😍
  6. This post is not meant to pick apart our spouses but to find out the commonalities that men/husbands share and wives/women share. I have heard all my life and experienced it to be true. But men (dare I say most men) dont listen worth two hoots and a holler. I had something i was anxious to share with my husband. I could not wait for him to wake up so i woke him up saying i needed to talk. As i started my story, he got up and started for the bathroom. I was exasperated that he could not give me 5 minutes of his undivided attention and proceeded to let him know. His reply? 'HONEY, I was listening. I dont pee out of my ears...'. I guess i should have opted to tell a friend. My sister GF's know how to listen. They aren't 'multitasking' but give me their full attention.
  7. @SUNRAY and how were they my little ray of sunshine?
  8. How could you have read it that fast? I just sent it!
  9. @Myew please try this method. I found this way to peel bo8led eggs on the Internet and it was truly a game changer for me. I too hated peeling eggs and having them all bumpy while trying to remove little specks of schell. Take a mason jar, or an old pickle jar and fill up half way with very cold water. Place 2 or three eggs in it and recap. Shake three to Four times like you would a cocktail shaker then uncap and peel! The thin membrane sticks to the shell and leaves the egg as smooth as a new born baby’s behind! I make boiled eggs eggs several times a week for egg salad, salad, fried hard boiled eggs etc. sooooo easy and smooth! You can also google using using mason jar to peel eggs for a short video clip! Let me know what you think. I avoided making deviled eggs for years because I hated to peel them. Judging from the price of already peeled eggs in the grocery store many must feel the same!
  10. Send me your email and the type dishes you like. Ill take photos of the recioed and send you some
  11. Loopy Loopy they have a keto recioe book for instapot at Sams Club
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