Black Friday, 2 words that make me pull the covers over my head.
Every year it seems to get worse with other wise courteous people becoming money-saving-deal-snatching hordes of Scrooge’s with no regard for the life of others. Continue reading →
Yesterday a young lady I knew went to be with the Lord; her name is Tracy.
I know the Bible says precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of His saints (Ps 116:15) but when reality sets in that’s of little comfort to us left behind here at Thanksgiving. Continue reading →
It looks as if Thanksgiving is a huge deal this year.
I ventured out to Walmart during lunch yesterday and had to park quite a distance away.
The store was crowded and I checked to see if it was the Friday after Thanksgiving. Continue reading →
Saturday afternoon I was in Broaddus to meet gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina.
I was invited to open in prayer but things did not turn out as expected.
First, Debra’s mother-in-law passed away and so she had to cancel the engagement. Continue reading →
Last night I caulked the shower for a final time, picked up the tools, cleaned up the floor, wiped down the lavatory, put all tools in storage, and cleaned up my construction mess outside.
I’m calling it finished! Continue reading →
Last night Linda and I drove 2 hours to the visitation for our son-in-law’s mom, who passed away a few days ago.
Of course there were all kinds of people there we didn’t know and a few we vaguely remember from Jeff’s dad’s funeral. Continue reading →