Sometimes, I am not really smart, but at present I know something better than the dictionary. When I asked my computer to define joy, it said a feeling of great pleasure and happiness. Well, that is wrong. Joy isn't a feeling. Sometimes, joy can put a smile on your face because it makes … [Read more...] about Don’t Call It Like You See It
In 1989, a movie came out called The Abyss. The story was some people were stranded under the sea and the only way to be rescued was for one of them to go down deep under water into an abyss. It was pretty good until near the end when aliens came and it got 'cheesy.' I've been at the abyss. … [Read more...] about The Abyss
I love to think about what it must have been like in the garden of Eden. Genesis 3: 8 says, Then the man and his wife heard the sound of the Lord God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the day. What must it have been like to walk and talk with God in the cool of the day? In … [Read more...] about Imagine That!
There are a lot of life lessons out in nature. I believe God made it that way. All we have to do is go outside and look around to see Him. I've blogged a couple of times on life lessons from the zero-turn mower. If you're interested in those posts, you can read them here and here. Being … [Read more...] about Red Hot
I have to say my childhood was a pretty good one. I learned to be able to play alone most of the time. I learned to love nature by playing at and in the creek that ran in our backyard. Catching crawdads, snakes and other things was a passtime for me. But not everyone. Not everyone had a … [Read more...] about Not Everyone
Facebook is a lit up this morning with posts of the shooting in Texas, and rightly so. We should all be upset about so many dead especially children. It makes moms and dads everywhere want to grab our kids, hug them, and never let go. Even if they are 24 and 22 years old! This isn't the … [Read more...] about The Blame