If you are not with “your children” today,
you can substitute “your children” for “your spouse”
or “your neighbors” or “yourself.”
Change “they” to “you” or “s/he”…
Ponder these thoughts –
Go somewhere to worship God today –
Enjoy your loved ones.
I’ll be singing in the choir this morning
and listening carefully to the
message presented by Rev. Hundley.
Come back in about 5 hours for my sermon notes.
Have a beautiful Sunday.
See ya later.
(A Haiku for you)
There’s a time for rest
Clouds gather fiercely outside
Enjoy the sofa!
How inviting is your sofa on a cloudy day
with rain threatening and thunder clapping?
I’m headed there now.
See ya tomorrow
Place of Peace
From my place of Peace
I hear the whippoorwill’s song
A very good day
I have you in prayer.
You have a very good day, too, okay?
Soar with your own song!
God bless you.
What is Health?
Health is about what you’re doing,
It is about what you’re thinking,
It is about what you say…
And what you don’t say.
Health is the greatest gift
From us to ourselves.
Sometimes we can control it…
But sometimes we can’t!
If you have your health, my friends,
Never take it for granted.
Health is a state of mind
and of body.
It can be a spiritual,
Even as our bodies are decaying.
Focus on your blessings!
See ya tomorrow!
Don’t Complicate Life!
Some days seem extra hard;
Things just don’t start out right.
You wake up tired and you know
You didn’t sleep well last night.
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You try to fix your attitude
By focusing on something sweet;
You look in the refrigerator
For some satisfying treat.
But nothing seems to help you;
You’re just feeling sad and blue.
Maybe if you write about it,
Joy will return to you.
Your blogging friends have felt
Days when everything’s askew.
Why not spill your guts to them,
Like they’ve poured their hearts on you?
Well, spreading sadness seldom works
To make the situation better.
It’s like trying to dry a dish
With a towel that’s even wetter!
I found some sites on the internet:
And their quotes do what I like to do:
Find love by giving it; so come along!
When you miss somebody, call them.
When you’re lonely, stop by or invite.
Explain and listen when you’re misunderstood,
And ask questions ’til you see the Light!
Say it kindly when you’re upset,
And don’t forget to tell it when you’re pleased.
Ask humbly for the things you need,
And put away that tendency of greed.
Practice these attitudes; exude patience and joy.
Life can be simple; no need to complain.
There is sunshine aplenty just around the bend;
No need to stand there and get soaked in the rain!
- Have a simple,
See ya tomorrow
This is the day
That the Lord has made
I will rejoice
And be glad in it!
I pray you have reasons to rejoice, too.
Tell me one reason!
Thanks for visiting
See you tomorrow
Times of Transition
Times of transition
Can be disconcerting
Facing the unknown
Running, dodging, skirting
Life is full of changes
Nothing stays the same
Rolling with the punches
Listening for our name
In the “role call” of life
Showing up to be
Ready for transitions
Sometimes is difficult for me
But I know the leader
Is my Maker who decides
What my next assignment is
In Him my life abides
So, embrace the coming changes
Set aside all fear and sorrow
Joyfully put your hand in His
He’s gotcha covered for tomorrow.
God Be With You!
See ya tomorrow