I never really knew how much Labs like water till we got our Lab. Water is life for Tucker. He seeks it out daily in his drink and for play and enjoyment. Often on our walks, he will pause at the creek or river and "ask". The asking looks like this: he stops and turns, … Continue reading He Can’t Help It
Too often we carry our burdens around by ourselves. I heard a preacher say that we live in a DIY society and it's true with our Christian lives as well. We try to Do it Ourself. But God says we should bear one another's burdens. Do you know that 2 horses can pull three times the … Continue reading Burdens Are Lifted at Calvary
When you get to my age, you can probably expect to get doctors' orders for a stress test. After all, we have all got to keep a check on our hearts. Heart attacks, strokes, and other issues can easily sneak up on us without even a clue. To learn more about the why of stress … Continue reading What to Expect at Your Nuclear Stress Test
In my morning devotional, it was asking me if I was resting. I had a good chuckle because the devotional had no idea I am 48 and raising my grandchild. So, YES devotional, I am tired! The devotional told a story about a produce farmer. He was busy arranging the produce and farm goods. A … Continue reading Are You Resting?
I was given for my birthday, anniversary, and Christmas a small pond liner, with pump, fountain, 1/2 inch hosing, and... a TURTLE SPITTER. This is its formal, official landscaping term name- "turtle spitter", It spits water from the pump back into the pond. It more or less happily recycles the water. This turtle has a … Continue reading The Turtle Spitter
It's rhubarb season! Enjoy some delicious recipes,
Interviews with Chronic Pain Warriors #4 I know! It’s strange to write these words "light and momentary" when talking about chronic pain. I have been in an R.A. flair most of the past year and now facing some heart issues. I sometimes wonder just how much more I can take. Not that I want to … Continue reading When You Don’t See the Light at the End of the Tunnel
In the last two months I have had the same questions posed by two Christian authors "What holds you, the boat or the anchor?"
One of my favorite hymns. Have your heard it?
I was recently reading in 1st Thessalonians 5 and verse 8 struck me: 8 But let us, who are of the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love; and for an helmet, the hope of salvation.KJV As Christians, we are seen as "people of the day". During daylight hours we are to … Continue reading People of the Day