A song written by Paul McCartney was going through my mind today as I went home from church and was putting lunch on the table for my family. “Yesterday, all … Continue reading What will you do my friend…
This Sunday, June 16, is the day that we stop to honor our dear old dads, Father’s Day. The Bible tell us in Exodus 20:12, “Honor your father and mother … Continue reading Expanding hearts
I love to be around people who make me happy, that means they are positive, have a good sense of humor and don’t talk about others, expecting me to respond. … Continue reading Is anybody happy?
My grandchildren went shopping to buy a gift for their dad for Father’s Day and came back with their arms full of packages and an over-sized card! It brought back … Continue reading About my Dad and Father’s Day 2019
“To throw (someone) under the bus” is an idiomatic phrase in American English meaning to sacrifice a friend or ally for selfish reasons. It is typically used to describe a self-defensive disavowal and … Continue reading On doing unto others….
“Call me if you need me and I’ll be right there!” “You need a friend? You GOT a friend as long as I am around”, “I love you baby there … Continue reading Say what you mean, mean what you say
This morning when I got up to make coffee at 6 AM Atlanta time I turned on the television to catch the morning news and I heard the President of … Continue reading I’m proud to be an American
When you are happy you feel like you can accomplish anything! If I am feeling a little blue I don’t want to clean house, cook, I don’t want to do … Continue reading Hell or High Water
The morning after my dad went to heaven I went to the kitchen to make the coffee and oatmeal and thought of all the fun I used to have guessing … Continue reading Morning afters and long,lonely roads
Jesus told his disciples, Matthew 10:14 And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of … Continue reading Accepted or Rejected? that is the question
I read a poem today from Lord Byron, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, one passage in it stuck in my mind so deeply that I wanted to share it with you: “There is … Continue reading The Pathless Woods, I am at peace
Joel 3: 14-17 “Mass confusion, mob uproar—in Decision Valley! God’s Judgment Day has arrived in Decision Valley.” The sky turns black, sun and moon go dark, and stars burn out. … Continue reading I am not afraid!
In the World English Dictionary the definition for “enough” is: sufficient to answer a need, demand, supposition, or requirement, adequate. Used as an adverb it means, in a quantity or … Continue reading Enough is enough