Category Archives: religion

Blessed Day 1

I’ve decided that at least for the next thirty days I’m going to post something on my Facebook wall that I feel thankful/blessed to have.  No big surprise today I picked Mr. Wonderful.  I tell him all the time how … Continue reading

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REJOICE

I volunteered last night at Rezonate, what a blessing.  I went there with a heavy heart, probably the heaviest heart I’ve had in a long time and wouldn’t you know that when Brian White and Karyn Williams started singing it … Continue reading

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The Good-The Bad & The Irony

We had horrible storms this week and all of a sudden everyone on FB was talking about Touchdown Jesus being on fire. I’ve always had very mixed feelings about Touchdown Jesus. There are days when I drive by and think … Continue reading

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NaBloPoMo March’s Topic Strange(r)

I think the topic this month for NaBloPoMo is going to be fun and I need some fun.  Mr. Wonderful often tells me I need to relax and find the little kid in me…I guess in his kind way he’s … Continue reading

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I Am Disgusted With So Called Christians

I recently was sent an email from a friend with a blog attached, the blog author is a friend of hers and is a surrogate right now.  The email from my friend said be prepared to cry so I put off reading the … Continue reading

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God

Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take. Proverbs 3:5-6 New Living Translation An anxious heart weighs … Continue reading

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Goofball

Ok, I hate to admit it, but I called a man at our church a goofball Sunday in the church parking lot.  I don’t feel bad about it, not at all.  Here we come from the back forty because we … Continue reading

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