2021, Wacky Wonderful Wednesdays

02.14.21 Wacky Wonderful Valentine’s Day

I originally put this together in 2015 when my love, Roy, was very much in my life. He's still my love in a different way, just now he's in Heaven. I hope you enjoy all these cute little Valentine's Day stories, pictures, and videos! Rosalyn LOVE IS A GIFT When you say I love you,… Continue reading 02.14.21 Wacky Wonderful Valentine’s Day

2019, Wacky Wonderful Wednesdays

02.14.19 Wacky Wonderful Valentine’s Day

LOVE IS A GIFT When you say I love you, know you are making and building an emotional contract that doesn’t have a witness. When you say I love you, you must know you are willing to share with someone your inner part. When you say I love you, be willing to change to someone… Continue reading 02.14.19 Wacky Wonderful Valentine’s Day

2019

01.14.19 The reality of Christ’s life

A new year is here and Christmas is behind us.  But the reality of Christ's life should never be put behind us.  It should be in front of us every day of our lives. The following is an excerpt from the narration of our church's Christmas musical in 2018.  I've heard it before and hearing… Continue reading 01.14.19 The reality of Christ’s life

2018, Year End Reflections

12.31.18 Reflections on God’s Blessings 2018

Monday, December 31,2018 - This year's Reflections on God's Blessings is a bit different. We did not travel any in 2018 so there is nothing to share in that aspect of our lives. My brain no longer has the ability to do all the things I use to in creating this post. Regardless of that… Continue reading 12.31.18 Reflections on God’s Blessings 2018

2018, Inspiration for Christians

12.28.18 When God Created Woman

When God created woman he was working late on the 6th day....... An angel came by and asked. "Why spend so much time on her?" The lord answered. "Have you seen all the specifications I have to meet to shape her? She must function in all kinds of situations, She must be able to embrace… Continue reading 12.28.18 When God Created Woman

2018, Thanksgiving and Christmas

12.24.18 Cajun Night Before Christmas, by Trosclair

CAJUN NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS by Trosclair, illustrated by James Rice and narrated by Tommy Joe Breaux Click the picture below to hear this most wonderful Cajun Night Before Christmas! Artist James Rice spent much of 1973 trying to find someone to publish his children’s illustrations. In that year, the Bergeron Plymouth company of New Orleans… Continue reading 12.24.18 Cajun Night Before Christmas, by Trosclair

2018

12.25.18 Wacky Wonderful Christmas – Happy Birthday Jesus

FROM THE CHAUVIN FAMILY TO YOUR FAMILY, A MOST MERRY CHRISTMAS! THE GREATEST MAN IN HISTORY IS JESUS. He had no servants, yet they called him Master. He had no degree, yet they called him Teacher. He had no medicines, yet they called him Healer. He had no army, yet they feared Him. He won… Continue reading 12.25.18 Wacky Wonderful Christmas – Happy Birthday Jesus

2018, Inspiration for Christians

12.16.18 A Quiet Thought, December 16, by Rev. Bob Adams

A quiet thought for this Sunday, December 16th, by Rev. Bob Adams Rescuing a climber trapped on the face of a towering cliff. Descending to a diver in trouble on the floor of the ocean. Digging out a child covered in the rubble of an earthquake. Stories of heroic rescues rivet our attention for, deep… Continue reading 12.16.18 A Quiet Thought, December 16, by Rev. Bob Adams

2018, Inspiration for Christians

12.11.18 FRIENDS, by Michael J. Smith

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - A few years ago a young girl at our church sang this song titled FRIENDS.  It was the first time I heard it and somehow I know she sang it because a friend of hers moved away.  I do not remember who she is but the song meant something to… Continue reading 12.11.18 FRIENDS, by Michael J. Smith

2018, Thanksgiving and Christmas

11.30.18 Teach the Children, by unknown author

In the celebration of Christmas, a white-haired, white-bearded man in a red and white fur suit--Santa Claus by name--figures prominently. Is he what Christmas means? Late one Christmas Eve, I sank back, tired but content, into my easy chair. The kids were in bed, the gifts were wrapped, the milk and cookies waited by the… Continue reading 11.30.18 Teach the Children, by unknown author