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Take Him With You


Wherever you travel,

Whenever you go,

Always take Him with you;

He’ll guide your path, you know.

The encouragement for your soul

Is readily at hand.

He’s with me every minute

Wherever I may stand.

So take the time to thank Him

For His presence in your life.

Sit quietly at His feet today

And give Him all your strife.

Share His love with others,

The waitress, housekeepers, and those

Who need His encouragement

To take away their woes.

Enjoy your journey today, my friends.

Do take your Comforter with you!

See ya tomorrow.

Red Lion


Check-in Time

No, that’s not the place for us!

But do you think we’d win our share at the casino?

I doubt it.

More bang for the buck at the gift shop!

Okay! Ready for a good night’s sleep 😴 💤

Thank you, Lord, for a safe drive from Montana to Elko, Nevada.

Life is good.

See ya tomorrow.

Granddaughter’s Wedding


Heading to Granddaughter’s Wedding

Today we are leaving to go to our granddaughter

Faith’s wedding in South Lake Tahoe.

We are so happy for Faith and her fiance’, Kyle,

and we have them in our prayers.

May they have a long, loving, and beautiful life together!

The wedding is this Saturday, July 20th.
Aren’t they a cute couple?
I will try to continue to post daily
during this week away from home…
but if you don’t hear from me,
you will understand.
Could be problems with internet connection.
Could be just busy with family.
But, you can be sure,
I will have you in my prayers each day,
dear WordPress friends.

Please pray for our safe travels.

God Bless You!

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See ya tomorrow
(I hope).

No Hero Stands Alone


No hero stands alone
Each stands on the shoulders
Of the ones who came before

So, to become a hero,
Decide who is worthy to emulate
And then –  copy, work hard, and endure

CoCO is a tennis star
Who took Wimbledon by storm
But she acknowledged others

The Vanessa and Serenas of this world
Opened doors for the CoCos
And now they can walk through

 

 

Needed Hero

 

She played on Center Court
And although she didn’t take all,
She made her presence known

There will be other center courts
And other heroes to emulate
Just know…
No Hero Stands Alone!  

 

Here is one of my heroes:

Bob
My Precious Husband

He’s my hero because:
. He exemplifies unconditional love
. He is a hard-worker, a faithful provider
. He’s a wonderful Dad, Grampa & GGB
. He attends church with me and loves the Lord
. He never lets me down

Who is your hero?

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Have a Marvelous Monday!

See ya tomorrow.

Ace the Course


Ace the Course

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Happy Sunday, my friends. Did you get a chance to go to church? Our sermon today at Madison Valley Presbyterian in Ennis, MT was based on the Good Samaritan story in Luke 10:25-37 and the questions, “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” and “Who is my neighbor?”

You all know the story of the Good Samaritan, so you may be wondering as I did, “How can there be a new twist on this old scripture lesson?”

Well, these are my poetic notes as I listened and recorded my “Take-aways” from today’s sermon, titled “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”

ACE THE COURSE

What do I have to do
To ace the course?
Depends on the
Course, of course!

What do I have to do
To get to Heaven?
Ah, that course requires
Forgiveness – more than 70×7.

What do I have to do
To forgive and to love
As was demonstrated
By our Lord above?

I need to love
My neighbors ALL.
Who are my neighbors?
Whom should I call?

Call on the needy.
Call on the one in the ditch.
Call on the leper –
Help him scratch his itch!

Call on the lowly,
The good-for-nothing guys.
Don’t limit your call
To the powerful and wise.

Call on the lazy ones.
Call on the poor of heart.
Call on the merciless –
That’s the place to start.

If you wanna ACE
The course to Eternity,
You gotta reach out
And do good to ALL for FREE.

Don’t reach out for gain.
Don’t expect your reward to start.
You’re in this course to gain
An A+ with your loving heart!

BEE the LOVE

See ya tomorrow.

See ya tomorrow.

Montana Beauty


Montana Beauty

Montana grass:mountains:sky

I don’t know who took this photo
(I’ll let you know if I find out),
but isn’t it gorgeous?

That’s the Madison Range seen from our Madison Valley.
The prominent mountain is called “The Sphinx.”
From angles farther north, the two parts of it seem joined
and the front looks like the face of the Sphinx
(hence its name).

This view is about 20 miles south of our house.
We see it from this angle
when we go out four-wheeling on our ATV.

Anyway, I just wanted you to see it.
Too pretty not to share!

Have a great Sunday morning.
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See ya after church.

One Small Act


One Small Act

One small act

Choose what to do now
One small act makes a difference
Love One Another

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See ya after church

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