Recently, I read an article about a retired supermarket manager who published a book about shoplifting. The supposedly humorous book recalls various thieves he encounters throughout his career managing the grocery store. His goal: to shed light on larceny in the retail business and how thieves should not go unpunished. But in a nice way.Continue reading “Our God is a Positive God”
https://youtube.com/shorts/1qgC1IMtnkU?feature=share Such fun watching our Leprechaun Snowman slowly melt. His last day, March, 17th. of course.
This time of year is filled with hope and joy. A wonderful season for self reflection and anticipation for celebrating Christmas. It’s also a time of year many feel isolated and depressed. I try very hard to avoid talking about sad feelings, but alas, the elephant in the room must be addressed. Depression. If depressionContinue reading “COMFORT THOSE WHO MOURN”
Recently, a very kind and saintly woman in my church asked me to devote one hour of my day -Tuesdays for Adoration. It is an honor to kneel, sit and behold the beautiful and sacred presence of our Lord. But, can I commit? I mean after all it is the Advent Season, the time leadingContinue reading “Adoration”
I tell you, this world is becoming crazier and more horrific by the day. Recently, I went to church and as soon as I sat down, a woman sits down next to me and lights up a cigarette. I was so shocked I almost dropped my beer! Hey, if we don’t take a little timeContinue reading “What is this world coming to?”
“Grace? She passed away 30 years ago!” was Aunt Bethany’s confused response when Clark Griswold (nephew in law) asked her to say the Christmas Blessing. After all it was her 80th Christmas and she was well deserved to do the honors. A tad reluctant, yet with a little nudging from her husband, she commenced toContinue reading “Grace”
Since the pandemic, I think we all spend more time binge watching tv. I’ve watched countless Christian television. Some programs are more helpful than others. I think what inspires me the most, is seeing Faith in Action. Those actually walking the walk and not just talking the talk. It’s refreshing to see young adults helpingContinue reading “What’s on my mind?”
My planner is one of those simple ring binder journals you can pick up from any stationery supplies store. As of late, my planner is any old composition book one of my kids didn’t need for school. But, the older I get, the more I need the planner. Writing down thoughts, concerns, even funny jokesContinue reading “My daily planner”