My Blogging Friends. I would give you a good excuse for my blogging neglect if I had one. After a day or two of good reasons, I find I lose motivation and think, “Oh another day off will be okay.” So easy to do. I’m not sure but I think I’ve been off more than a week.
So what’s what’s happened to me?
1. I have a new printer. I don’t adapt well to new anythings! Then I found it would take a week or more to get ink. I was not a happy camper. — Now I have ink. But a feud came along with my computer and printer. — I am used to using Publisher. But my new systems seem to like Word better. My Word says it does not have the template I need which is a plain white sheet to write on. That’s enough for starters.
2. I typed two posts a few days ago, on the Word Press Editor. Don’t know what happened to them, but they went bye-bye. The Happiness Engineer was nice but did could not find them. Must have been me or my computer. I have a feeling she was right because I think I lost some email that day also.
3. I’ve been home and feeling fine. Just too much I can’t do, I mean I really can’t. No spright-y chicken anymore. I do still “lay an egg” once in a while. See Google note at the bottom. Bet you didn’t know where that expression came from. At least, I didn’t.
4. Remember I gave you some lessons from Leviticus? Well I read Numbers looking for ways to amaze you with more goodies. Came up empty. Well nearly. Not really but I found it is well named! Numbers of people, tribes, clans, priests, cattle, goats, gold, silver. Well, there are some important lessons among the numbers. I will get to them. I’ll tell you why you should read Numbers. (Maybe because it is a part of God’s Word?) I love the lesson in Chapter 14. It is so applicable to one of today’s religious trends. So ahead. You can read it before I tell you.
5. I know I have missed some inspiring, humorous, entertaining and educational posts and I’m sorry for that. But with the current climate of politics, covid included, I have maintained a very relaxed blood pressure. But I continue reading the Epoch News notifications. And Bill O’Reilly. That’s enough.
6. Blood pressure right now is 114/69. Thank you, Lord Jesus, that I can roll my pressures on you. And I have been doing that. Got some issues, like most of you out there.
7. That makes me think of one of those Numbers passages where Moses invites his father-in-law (?) to go with them. Come go with us and we will treat you well for the Lord has promised good things to us. I would say “Come go with me to Jesus, for He treats us well.”
8. I’m going to experiment here a bit and see if I can add a small picture of the other side of my patio.
Lookie, lookie! This is the view to my right as I step down from the door. I know it looks like nothing to you tropical folks. I though of pulling up some of your pictures to claim. But, no, I’ll be honest. It doesn’t take a lot to impress us Okies. 😀 View at the top is the left as I go out. I’m happy with it also.
I have enjoyed being back with you. I think I’ll be back tomorrow.
idioms.thefreedictionary.com › lay+an+egg
lay an egg, to To fail, to make an embarrassing mistake. In Britain this term comes from cricket, where a player or team failing to score has, since the mid-nineteenth century, been said to get a duck’s egg (meaning 0, or zero).