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Monthly Archives: June 2014
One day a church secretary answers the phone. She is asked, “Is this the local church?” “It is,” she answers. “This is the IRS. Can you help us?” “I believe I can.” “Do you know a John Smith?” “Yes, I … Continue reading
Pam, Book 3 of the Women of Valley View, by Sharon Srock, is a realistic story of hurt, betrayal and ultimate forgiveness. Pam Lake, after four long years, has finally put the anger and bitterness of her husband’s betrayal and … Continue reading
Today is National Strawberry Parfait Day. This reminds me of the following verse: Psalm 34:8 (King James Version) O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.
We recently took a trip to celebrate the son and g’daughter’s birthdays. We went to Locust Grove, GA, to a place called Noah’s Ark. (Links provided below.) There are two sections to Noah’s Ark. Children of the Ark is for … Continue reading
A Journey I Enjoyed The very first sentence in The Miracle of Mercy Land by River Jordan takes you by the hand and pulls you into a fantastical journey full of darkness, sunshine and life. I was surprised to find Mercy … Continue reading
Pushing. Crowding. Fighting. Breaking through the surface, I can not figure out, Why memories flooding me, Always come back to YOU.
A pastor opened his mail one morning. He took a single sheet of paper from an envelope, and found written on it only one word: “Fool.” The next Sunday, during church, he announced to the assembled congregation, “I have known many … Continue reading
I spent the day in a torture chamber yesterday! Not a real one, but boy, it felt like one. I live with constant chronic pain. I need LOTS of things to be done. One very major thing I need is … Continue reading
Today we have our annual home inspection. (Several years ago we “fell” into the world of renters-with me metaphorically kicking and screaming all the way, hence the inspection.) We have been so busy going through the things at my parents … Continue reading