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#1
My name is Jonathan Gardner and I am 67 years old and I live in a nursing home.
I came from a mainline denominational church Episcopalian.
I had no siblings.
I went to church and Sunday school.
I was born and raised in the midwest near Chicago.
I came from an unstable home my parents were both mentally ill so I lived with my grandparents most of my childhood and into my teens I had asthma and I wound up in Denver Colorado at a hospital which just happened to be Jewish.
Eventually, I surrendered my life to Christ
 

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Welcome Sir to CFS
We are blessed having you as Brother in Christ and a part of this forum.
Thank you for sharing of your testimony with us. God is Awesome and sure does love us.

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#4
Welcome Jonathan E Gardner to CFS!
It's a joy to have you here and we look forward to fellowship with you.

(You know what I ain't even mad about not being first to reply. Over here in Malaysia this was posted at 3:10 AM so unless I could've accessed CFS in my sleep, I was at a clear disadvantage. :p Just wait until someone closer to my timezone posts and watch me be first FCJ and Cturtle.) :cool:
 
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(You know what I ain't even mad about not being first to reply. Over here in Malaysia this was posted at 3:10 AM so unless I could've accessed CFS in my sleep, I was at a clear disadvantage. :p Just wait until someone closer to my timezone posts and watch me be first FCJ and Cturtle.) :cool:

Welcome Jonathan E Gardner to CFS!
It's a joy to have you here and we look forward to fellowship with you.
(You know what I ain't even mad about not being first to reply. Over here in Malaysia, this was posted at 3:10 AM so unless I could've accessed CFS in my sleep, I was at a clear disadvantage. :p Just wait until someone closer to my timezone posts and watch me be first FCJ and Cturtle.) :cool:


Welcome Jonathan E Gardner to CFS!
It's a joy to have you here and we look forward to fellowship with you.

 
#11
Dear Brother thanks for the warm welcome and I am partial to dogs but cats have a mind of their own.
Hahaha well then it's a good thing I chose a dog picture. I'm more of a cat-person(I still do like dogs) and so I don't have that many dog pictures. I think God made me save that one just for you. ;) I'll be sure to find more pictures with dogs, to use when I'm conversing with you brother. :LOL:
 
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Fun fact: While all you guys are comparing time and time zones, did you know that the current 'time' system originates in Greenwich,England. There is actually a spot (a metal circle in the ground) where you can stand (I have and it's awesome) where all our 'time' is measured from.

Spooky/genius!

So...hello Jonathon E Gardner, it's 1:20pm here in the UK.
 
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Fun fact: While all you guys are comparing time and time zones, did you know that the current 'time' system originates in Greenwich,England. There is actually a spot (a metal circle in the ground) where you can stand (I have and it's awesome) where all our 'time' is measured from.

Spooky/genius!

So...hello Jonathon E Gardner, it's 1:20pm here in the UK.
Hi Annie! Yes, I did learn about the Greenwich meridian in geography back in school. I've forgotten much, but I know there's also the international date line which is directly opposite the Greenwich line and it is the marker to the beginning of a new day(on the calendar). Pretty neat stuff. (y)

Btw, it's 8.35 PM here now(for comparison).
So it would seem Annie, that you're about equidistance from Cturtle and I. :LOL:
 
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Hi Annie! Yes, I did learn about the Greenwich meridian in geography back in school. I've forgotten much, but I know there's also the international date line which is directly opposite the Greenwich line and it is the marker to the beginning of a new day(on the calendar). Pretty neat stuff. (y)

Btw, it's 8.35 PM here now. :LOL:
LOL, it's crazy, but at least I know that you're having dinner, while I've just eaten lunch:love: