The last time we shared about Bo and Peep's Adventures Peep (the female) was laying eggs and we anticipated a growing family of ducks. Well. we are not sure why this happened but Peep never got on the eggs she laid to nest. It was pretty awful when Roy had to throw the eggs away.… Continue reading 03.12.20 Bo and Peep’s newest adventures
Yes, I love to pull weeds. Now don't go getting all crazy thinking I'll come to your home to pull your weeds. The answer would be NO! I doubt I'd pull someone else's weeds even if I got paid! Well maybe I'd pull weeds at my sons' homes but THAT'S IT! Right now I am… Continue reading 03.10.20 I love to pull weeds
The words of Christian hymns truly never leave you. Their words and what they mean to our lives are imprinted on our hearts. No matter what amount of time has passed, when we hear the music, the words come streaming back into our minds and out of our mouths as we sing them! I listen… Continue reading 03.05.20 The words of Christian hymns truly never leave you
We have two large ornamental grass bushes near our driveway. They are beautiful when in full bloom but over the winter the beautiful green long leaves die off. Last year Roy cut them both back really well and they were prettier that year than ever before. This year when Roy got to that item on… Continue reading 02.28.20 Getting ready for spring blooms!
This was a very unusual Mardi Gras for Roy and I. When we were younger we went to every parade we could. In recent years we've chosen to watch some parades on television and attend none in person. We did go to one a couple of years ago. This year we did none of that!… Continue reading 02.27.20 Mardi Gras at the flying field!
Two weeks ago our pastor Rev. Avery Dixon preached on Hell. A lot of church congregations do not ever hear a sermon about Hell. I respect our pastor for this blunt, clear sermon he titled "THE UNBEARABLE REALITY OF HELL.' We all would like for all our loved ones to live in Heaven when they… Continue reading 02.23.20 The Unbearable Reality of HELL, by Rev. Avery Dixon