Tag Archive | Winter

In Like a Lion Out Like a Lamb, Taking for Granted and Electricity

March 5, 2018 – In Like a Lion Out Like a Lamb For the most part, the majority of us look to the month of March as the precursor to Spring. March is normally considered the month that “comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.” The first couple of weeks are […]

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 […]

Prayer, Sunshine,Rain

February 4, 2017 – Prayer Now I know that during the course of all of my “Thankfulness” articles I have repeated the same subjects at times, but, when I do that, it is because I find another reason to be thankful for the same things. It often seems like the Lord opens my eyes from […]

Catching Up

January 20, 2017 – Assurance The dictionary defines “Assurance” in several ways but the ones I like the most include; Security, something that inspires or tends to inspire confidence and Pledge or Guarantee. Through the years that I have been a Christian there have been many hymns that have touched my heart. One of My […]

Waking Up, Winter and Family

December 17, 2016 – Waking Up There are some mornings when I wake up that I just want to curl up and go back to sleep. I’m just so warm and cozy under the blankets, just so comfortable that I don’t want to move, but I swing my feet to the floor, stand up and […]

Rain, Windows and Fire

I know that some of my posts may seem silly or boring, but the plan is simply to show that there is something in this world to be thankful for every day of the year. Its a lesson in thinking positive, it is a lesson in working toward a goal and reaching it and it […]


February 26, 2016 I love my grand kids. I have seven grand kids from my only son. I have 8 step-grand kids and and two great grandsons. I also have many “adopted” grandchildren. I’m not even too sure how many, from children that I helped to raise. I got to spend some of the early […]