I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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How is this for political disarray? Isaiah 3:4-5 “I will make boys their officials; mere children will govern them. People will oppress each other – man against man, neighbor against neighbor. The young will rise up against the … Continue reading
I can see. Surgery was successful. Daughter-in-law, sister, and husband have kindly shown me eye drops don’t hurt! Doctor and nurses are wonderfully sweet, comforting and knowledgeable. granddaughter came and left cake while I was gone. Carl and Vicky came. … Continue reading
Ashlyn (7) and Jadalyn (8) were here last week. While I washed the dishes I remembered the days when they both clamored to pull up a stool and wash the dishes. I let them do so occasionally, but generally I … Continue reading
Her precious kindergarten face looked up at me in surprise, “It’s magic!” she said. At her teacher’s request I had taken her to my room for a bit of one on one teaching to help out with some math readiness. … Continue reading
Six and one equals six, huh? Well, for a two year old who has some maturing to do. Bemused I sat watching as my toddler put seven pop bottles in a six pack carton. Yes, he put all seven in … Continue reading
“Why do you have Danny’s clothes in the bottom drawer and my clothes in the top drawer where I can’t reach them?” questioned Sammy to his mother. Danny was the older brother, two year’s taller than Sammy. Mom laughed as … Continue reading
A little here and a little there and a little dab’l-do-yu. That’s the way I have been with Blogging U courses. Each time I learn a little but I always want to come back for more. As a first assignment … Continue reading
(Lesson 7: Form: Ballad; Subject: Neighborhood; Device: Assonance) We talked of community, not neighborhood; We talked of counties, and towns We met in schools and courthouse lawns Wore overalls and dresses, not evening gowns. The building housed the public school, … Continue reading
What activity do you take to as a duck takes to water? Or, What floats your boat? I suggest to you that every being comes into the world with some special gift which he should discover and develop to fulfill … Continue reading