Thankfulness

Methotrexate Days, Lower Bills, Deliverance and Doubts

July 30, 2017 – Methotrexate Days Earlier this Spring I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. It took several months and a lot of my own research to find out that I had it. They keep diagnosing me with other problems like gout and turf toe until I did the research and told them what blood […]

It Feels Like Fall, People to Love, People Who Love Me, and No Pain

July 26, 2017 – It Feels Like Fall Our weather has been somewhat weird for several years. There are times I can walk out on the front porch and it seems more like fall than summer, then the next day it’s back up in the 90’s. I remember the first year I lived in Butler, […]

Lesser of Two Evils, Forgiveness of Thoughts, Boring Days

July 23, 2017 – Lesser of Two Evils Every American can register vote. This last election has made more news that any other election in the past. It seems that our country just can’t get together on what is right for the country. There has been threats, threats of violence, protests and even small pockets […]

My Protectors, The Hill and Always There

July 19, 2017 – My Protectors I lived in larger cities for most of my life, but I held to the memories of the country places I lived when I was younger. Most of my memories are from two of the foster homes, the first one and the last. In the first foster home, I […]

Trying to Catch Up

I have fallen woefully behind on getting these posts up. I sit here at my desk and look at the list and can’t believe how far behind I am. I am not behind on being thankful or finding things in my life to be thankful for, I am just behind in getting them up where […]

July 10, 2017 – The Cardinals I’ve talked about the many creatures in my back yard several times. Each one is beautiful in a different way. The birds are a multitude of colors, shapes and personalities. The one Blue Jay will sit in the Formosa tree next to the deck and literally yell at me […]

Repentance, Beef Steak Tomatoes, The Blue Jay

July 7, 2017 – Repentance We are told that we must ask Jesus for forgiveness when we accept him as our savior, that he wipes away all our previous sins and washes our hearts and souls clean, as white as snow. All past sins are forgiven, never to be spoken of again. Some people believe […]