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SHARE JOY!


The joy that’s comin’
Is here if you’re hummin’
Git yer guitar and start strummin’
Yer smile’s quite becommin’

I found the beauty today
In weeds I saw along the way.
Many folks would probably say
Pull ’em out – or douse ’em with spray!

Joy is a part o’ yer make-up.
It’s inside ya ready to take up
Residence and cause a shake-up;
So smile and light yer face up!

And a joyful face
is good medicine fir others!

Just let yer heart glow
With the joy that ya know
Is inside; Let it show!
Let yer love flow.

Luke 8:16

A Lamp on a Stand

16 “No one lights a lamp
and hides it in a clay jar
or puts it under a bed.
Instead, they put it on a stand,
so that those who come in
can see the light.”

I let my light shine.
It’s part of my design.
Lips aren’t a straight line –
They should curve up real fine!

Smilin’ makes ya feel better;
So, my friends, be a trend setter!
Turn off sorrow; don’t be a fretter.
You look so much better when you SMILE!

Let yer joy be real clear.
Share it with those you hold dear.
Give it to those far and near
Who need your brand of cheer.

Picture it radiating
And wiping out all hating.
Picture it pulsating
And erasing what’s frustrating.

Yup, this bears repeating:

Joy is a part o’ your make-up.
It’s inside ya ready to take up
Residence and cause a shake-up;
So smile and light yer face up!

Spread Joy!

How do you plan to do that today?
Just smile!!

See ya tomorrow (God willing)
Joyfully,
JanBeek

Bye for now!

Answered Prayers


We have been praying for Bob to get $$ assistance for the medication he needs for his heart condition.
Check! Prayer answered.

Then, after getting the call from Pfizer that his application for aid was approved, we thanked God and Pfizer for answered prayer. And now, we have been praying for the medication to arrive.
Check! Prayer answered just now!!

Your package was delivered.
From PFIZER-SPECIALTY PAP-MEDVANTX
Delivered
Wednesday 03/09/2022
11:48 AM

Oops – that notification didn’t don’t show up. Sorry! It was a notice from UPS saying Bob’s medication was delivered to our door this morning. Check!! Prayer answered!

Now we are praying that this medicine does what it is touted to do… what it is intended to do… control his TTR Amyloidosis. It was designed to dissolve the protein deposits in Bob’s heart muscles and keep additional protein from gathering there in the future. With that prayer answered, his heart can begin to pump efficiently again and he will regain his stamina.

So, keep on praying. God hears. God cares. God answers!

These prayers for life-saving medications are not too small!
And they are not too large for our Lord to handle.

You have prayers on your heart, too.
Besides world peace,
what else?

Do you have a prayer
that God answered recently like we do?
I’d love to hear about it.

Praise God and thank Him for his care.

Do you have an unanswered prayer
that I can add to my prayer time for you?
God hears.
God cares.
God answers prayer.

Let’s be prayer warriors together!

Hugs from Bob & Jan

See ya tomorrow (God willing).
Thanks for visiting JanBeek
and leaving your comment.
God bless you!

I CAN Embrace


I can embrace the future.
I can be ready for a fresh start.
I can take time to review
This past year and take heart.

Take heart that new beginnings
Offer us blessings to uncover.
Take heart that compassion’s awakened;
We’ve new opportunities to discover.

I can embrace the promises
That change and growth bestow.
I can be energized by
Welcoming strangers I’ve yet to know.

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I can embrace the reality
Of dreams yet to fulfill,
Knowing God is ever faithful
When I’m living in His will.

As Bob Goff says, “Dream Big!”

I can embrace the coming year
With prayers for those in need –
And reach out to serve the hurting
With generosity – release the greed!

I embrace the coming decade
And hope to live rightly through it.
I embrace the coming vaccine –
It’ll be effective – we always knew it.

We knew that this pandemic
Could not stay with us forever.
There are too many blessed people
Out there who are creative and so clever.

But I am not waiting for the shot
To stop the misery and relieve the pain.
I embrace the fact that LOVE
Is what will make us whole again!

So, PEACE, my dear WP friends,
I send you the best medicine of all
For the end of this misery-filled year:
A smile, a virtual hug, a word of grace, an answer to your call.

Just like Bob Goff, Love Does,
He puts his cell phone number on his book covers.
Call on me … and I will answer every time:
(406) 599-9678

Happy New Year!
Big Embraces to you,
With Love, JanBeek

Laughter is Good Medicine


We all need to laugh
Laughter is good medicine
Brings good endorphins

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Laughter reduces pain, increases job performance, connects people emotionally, and improves the flow of oxygen to the heart and brain. Laughter, it’s said, is the best medicine.

Let Laughter Reign

I hope you laughed out loud at some of these. I did!
Did any of them shock you?
Did that make you laugh louder?

The Major Function of Laughter

Some researchers believe that the major function of laughter is to bring people together. While we are socially distancing (afterall, you may be thousands of miles from me), we CAN laugh together!

You may have been surprised that this usually prudent 80 year old blogger would post more than one meme with the word “asshole” in it. Right?

But did you laugh, or did you just breathe deeply and say, “Oh my!”?? Deep breaths are good for you, too, you know!!

Did you know that laughter reduces blood sugar levels? It is believed that laughter increasing glucose tolerance in diabetics and non-diabetics alike. It’s worth a little shock effect of naughty words, don’t you agree?

All the health benefits of laughter may simply result from the social support that laughter stimulates. Just loosen up and laugh, my friends. It’s good for you! It keeps us connected, even though we may be far away.

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Have a happy day… laugh a lot … and spread your joy
Especially during these extraordinary times.

What meme or comment
have you seen or heard
that made you laugh out loud?

See ya tomorrow.

Cousin Cliff is Home!


We have been praying for my cousin, Cliff, who had esophageal cancer, had his esophagus removed and part of his stomach… and then had the remaining part of his stomach stretched to connect where the esophagus used to be. It was an amazing surgery and he has been in a recuperation mode for a couple of weeks now.

Today Cliff went HOME. And as you can see in the picture above, he is a happy camper!!

Thank you for continuing to pray for Cliff Hurn as he gains strength and is able to resume a more normal life again.

Modern medicine is amazing, isn’t it? It’s a miracle that they can do these kinds of surgeries!!

I’m off to bed soon. Tomorrow is a big day. We will fly to PA to see my sis and stay with my niece and her family. I am excited about it!

See ya tomorrow!

Expert Advice


If you were seeking

Expert advice, expert care,

Where would you look for it,

Where would you go?

 

Depends on the need –

Depends on the problem –

Depends on the availability

Of the help you seek, right?

 

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If you’re asking about medicine,

a doc or pharmacist can share

what they have been trained to know,

But they might not be the best bet for food.

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ham burger with vegetables

Who do you ask when you’re looking for a super burger?

 

I needed good advice today

For the best spot to go

for a veggie burger.

Surprisingly, my dental hygenist

knew just the place!

Five Guys menu . I got a veggie sandwich here.

It was delicious.

You never know who might help

when you seek advice.

 

I didn’t know Five Guys even existed!

I’ll go back – it was fresh,

Service was good,

and the price was quite reasonable.

 

Just remember, it never hurts to ask.

Expert advice may be

right around the corner.

And from a most surprising source!

 

If it’s spritual advice

you are seeking,

Don’t overlook that handy dandy book

that may be gathering dust

in the corner of your bookshelf!

   

Oh no, not you!

Your favorite books never gather dust,

right? .

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I start each day with this one.

Great advice contained in there!

 

It was a busy day today.

I went to Bozeman mid-day

for my routine dental appointment.

Accomplished a lot while in the “city.”

 

Now it’s time for bed.

I may ask TazE for her expert advice

on how to get a long, sound sleep!

bed bedroom cute dog

See ya tomorrow.

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