Loving One Another

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Go Mark Up Your Bible


It’s okay to write
All over the Bible page
Try on the scriptures

Let them show to you
The messages of your heart
Picture the sunset

Remember goodness
Take the righteousness and truth
Take light from God’s love

Make your face to shine
On the pages of scripture
Carry His statutes

Give thanks to the Lord
His love endures forever
Rejoice and be glad

It’s another day
To mark a fav’rite scripture
It’s OK. Take joy!

Go sing a new song!

Sing with the angels!
He has done marvelous things!
I’ll see ya later.

Most Beautiful Things


Beautiful Things
Are sometimes visible things;
Most = Invisible!

This Persian’s pretty;
Her purr’s the absolute best –
And the love she gives.

These roses are grand,
But their fragrance is the best;
And their “giver” too!

This bird is gorgeous,
But its song is the greatest –
And its Creator!

This scene’s amazing;
But the peaceful feelings here
Are magnificent.

Adorable child –
She’s so beautiful to see,
Her trusting heart’s best!

The cake’s impressive,
But memories are more grand.
Beautiful moments!

(By the way that’s us: Bob & Jan… 57 3/4 years ago)

The moments, feelings,
The sweet smiles and the laughter –
That’s where beauty lives.

Life’s luxuriant
When people and places reign.
Beautiful visions!

Thank you for being
A beautiful part of my life
In my WordPress World.
You add JOY by your presence.

See you later!

I Believe in Angels


Angels all around –
I do believe in angels,
Because you are one.

Photo by Keenan Constance on Pexels.com

You won’t turn your back
And pretend I am not here;
You know I need you.

Photo by Keenan Constance on Pexels.com

Wherever I am,
I feel your presence near me –
Your love surrounds me.

I cannot deny
Your existence in my life.
Angels all around!

Good night, my Angels.
I feel your presence with me.
Have a peaceful sleep.

I Just Love Artists


When the world around
Seems bent on Hell’s Destruction,
Find solace in art.

I just love artists;
Amazing talent is shared.
What’s your medium?

Wood? Here’s a sculpture of an owl
This clever bucket pours imagination
Some artists bring blank canvas to life
Other artists, like Carol Clarkson, bring clay to life
Whimsical artists combine mediums
Margie Reck combines gourds with her painting talent
Others create fabric, make hats, design jewelry
What you choose to wear is an expression of the ARTIST in you!
Stained glass art amazes me
Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Pexels.com
Photography is an art…
And so is freedom of self-expression
Photo by Ella Olsson on Pexels.com
Food is an art… how you use it…
How you combine it.
Art inspires the best in me to emerge
Gerry Gerron, a retired architect, taught himself to be
an artist, turning to the canvas for expression.
He created this amazing portrait of
fellow Artist, Larry Zabel.

Locked inside of you
Is a colorful artist –
Let it come forward!!

In cookies or cloth,
Color your whole world with love.
Be the joy you seek.

What art is your choice?
Color my world with your joy.
Leave a happy note.

Photo by Giftpundits.com on Pexels.com

See ya tomorrow.

Devastating Snow


How can something so beautiful be devastating?

BURIED CROPS

Near Wolford, North Dakota: “The impact has been great. Wheat, corn, and soybeans are still out in the field. The wheat and soybeans are buried in some places. We haven’t been able to chop our corn because of the wet fall, therefore making it impossible to bring cattle home before the storm. They need to go in the field that the corn is in. We have been forced to feed cows out in the pasture the last two days which is going to deplete an already short hay supply. We lost all our oats hay due to the constant rain and the snow we had last week. The picture above is covered soybeans.

Forced to feed cows an already short hay supply

Our farmers and ranchers need our love and support. The impact of the storm across western and central North Dakota is dire. Farmers and ranchers across the area were especially impacted.

Buried soy beans

What do you think we can do to help our farmers and ranchers?

They can’t harvest crops buried in snow!

One FaceBook reader who saw these pictures wrote a comment that reflects what most of us are feeling:
Holly Anderson “This is so sad. It affects so many of these hard working people’s livelihood. It also will potentially affect the costs for consumers as well. The moisture is needed but never is wanted in this quantity and this early. I am so sad for all of these farm families.”

Yes, mass destruction of crops
WILL show increased prices for the consumer.
How can it not?

Loving each other
Means farmers and ranchers, too.
What form will love take?

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com


Share your ideas on this subject
regarding the “Devastating Snow.”
Do you have ideas about how to help?

See ya tomorrow.

Hackers Waste Our Time


Photo by Andri on Pexels.com

Hackers waste our time;
Don’t they have more productive
Ways to spend their time?

Today a scammer
Hacked my Facebook page and sent
Garbage to my friends.

S/He wasted my time
And the time of my friends, too.
Why not send out love?

If you have the brains
To figure out how to scam,
Why not do some good?

Use your brains for cheer.
Publish ways to improve life.
Reap Heavenly Gold!

Photo by Rahul on Pexels.com

Spend quality time
Enjoying celebrations!
Create joy instead.

Happy Birthday, Janet!

Exchange misery
For chances to increase joy.
Hackers are dead wood!

Grow in love and integrity!

Exchange your dead wood
For sweet natural beauty.
Honor your great brain!

Take a tip from Snoopy

Don’t waste precious life
Sending misery on-line.
Spread kindness instead.

Make Someone’s Day Better

Have you had trouble with scammers
or hackers on your computer?
How do you handle it?

It can be very disconcerting!

See ya tomorrow

Appreciating Photography


I appreciate
Good photography by friends
Here are my favorites

Ed Coyle’s view of the Tetons reflecting in Lake in Autumn
Caroline Feldman’s aspen in Autumn in Gravelly Range, Montana
Gloria Wilson’s pond in Sierra Mtn. area, California
Ed Coyle’s aspen & evergreens in Autumn
Linda Schott’s river and boat thru the aspen
Chuck Feldman’s boat on river
Brandi Seckinger’s Yellowstone National Park
Ed Coyle’s birds atop fir tree
Lisa Glines’ morning clouds
Madison River with scarlet reflections

Great photography
Inspires me to grab my phone:
Let SnapChat do it!!

Well, it was SOME of my favorites-
Hah! Too many to post ’em all!
See ya later…

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