WHAT IS VETERANS DAY? Veterans Day, observed annually on November 11, is a tribute to military veterans who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Not to be confused with Memorial Day, which honors those who died while in service, Veterans Day honors all military veterans, including those still with us. WHY VETERANS DAY IS… Continue reading 11.11.19 Veterans Day 2019 – To each and every one of you who serve, WE THANK YOU!
So many things to get down in writing here before I forget about them! Most recently, yesterday, and most important is a visit to a new orthopedic doctor Dr. LaFleur who did back x-rays on Roy which surprisingly showed he has an aortic aneurysm. We were not expecting that and were shocked. Roy was referred… Continue reading 11.05.19 Two weeks of Chauvin activities!
A THANKSGIVING GARDEN Plant three rows of peas Peace in our hearts Peace in our schools Peace in our world Plant four rows of squash Squash gossip Squash indifference Squash grumbling Squash selfishness Plant four rows of Lettuce Lettuce be faithful Lettuce be kind Lettuce be obedient. Lettuce really love one another No garden should… Continue reading 11.04.19 A Thanksgiving Garden
Wind. Pneuma. Spirit. Breath. The Spirit, Breath of the God-head, moves on and in us as HE desires carrying us ever deeper into the riches of the grace and truth of Jesus. What a glorious way to live: ushered through every day by the gentle nudging of the Spirit of Jesus! Sometimes the Spirit blows… Continue reading 11.03.19 A quiet thought for October 27th, by Rev. Bob Adams
'God is real & answers prayers' Mike Lefler, the associate pastor of ministries at Central Baptist Church in Conway, Ark., prepares to baptize Brenton Winn during a Wednesday night service in September. Church goers were left praising God after a former drug addict was baptized at a church he broke into and vandalized just six… Continue reading 10.31.19 Ex-drug addict baptized at church he vandalized 6 months earlier
We are now the proud parents of two beautiful ducks, Bo and Peep! Peep is a girl and is around six months old. Bo is a boy and is around a year old. They are Buff Orpingtons, a medium-size domesticated duck, with lovely fawn buff feathers, a brownish-orange bill, and a sweet personality. A very… Continue reading 10.28.19 Bo and Peep…. hmmmmm… quack quack!
Roy and I were at the grocery last week and saw a Blue Bell ice cream called "Christmas Cookies." We passed on buying it but after reading Chris Field's delightful 2017 review of Christmas Cookies ice cream we will definitely be trying it our next trip to the grocery! This young man, Chris Field, is… Continue reading 10.28.19 Christmas Cookies
Parts of today's blog post were written to help us remember what and when we did some things. Many times we've come back to search through our blog posts to find out what and when we did something, went somewhere, etc. Please read it with that in mind. Southern Louisiana's summers are long and painfully… Continue reading 10.25.19 Beautiful weather and two crazy old folks working outside!
Last weekend I was blessed to spend time with Chip, Misty, and Madisyn. Lots of love in that hug between Madisyn and her daddy (our son) Chip. Saturday morning Madisyn climbed in bed with me and we had a wonderful visit! There is nothing better than one of those Madisyn and Grannie talks! Roy came… Continue reading 10.19.19 Weekend fun for Madisyn, Chip, Misty, Grannie and Samson!
Jean O'Brien has dementia. On the Facebook Group "Being Patient: Brain Talks" Jean wrote a personal public letter to God about her life with dementia. A lot of it rang so true in my life. However, I've never been mad at God about me having dementia, like Jean has. I believe He gave me dementia… Continue reading 10.11.19 Dear God, by Jean O’Brien