Archive for November, 2014

Are You Ready For Some Sunshine?!?!

It’s been raining steady for two straight days, and I’m ready for some sunshine (and golf)! Someone visited this old post on my blog this morning, and it seemed to fit, so I’m posting it again. Y’all have a great day, ah’ight?

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I’ll Be Your Hero, But Only If…

It’s not her birthday, nor is it our anniversary, and so, what better day to tell the world how special she is, and how blessed I am to have her in my life.
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Are We Done Here?

I’ve always been fascinated by how many songs have been written, and wondered how people could keep coming up with new ways to put the notes and words together to make new songs. It seems like they’d run out at some point. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Sun Will Come Up

There will always be good and bad in our lives and in the world we live in, and it’s okay to feel the pain and sadness when it comes, but we can’t hold onto the bad stuff; we have to let it go and move on. I know, it’s a lot easier to say than it is to do, but we have to remember the sun will come up each day and spring will come each year; we know that and we have to know too, there is much to be thankful for, even in the midst of pain or sadness. Feel the pain–wallow in it, if you must–but then, get up and move on. Look at the good things, and leave the past in the past. If we’re too busy being sad about yesterday, or worrying about tomorrow, we won’t have time to enjoy today. Read the rest of this entry »

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Peace

I know how difficult it is to be at peace; the world batters us each day with many distractions and evil is in our face almost constantly. I contend we have to accept the gift of peace Jesus offers us. If we don’t accept it, evil wins; and I know evil does not win! God is in charge of all things, and ultimately, He, and good, will prevail. I am convinced of that! Read the rest of this entry »

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Follow the Ducks?

I spent much of my life wandering in the proverbial wilderness, but thankfully, God knew what He was doing, even though I obviously didn’t. Read the rest of this entry »

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