Saturday, September 12, 2020

Thoughts for Recovery

 Some Recovery Food 4 Thought; 

Remembering 9-11 attack with prayers for survivors, those gone and here. 

Recovering from virus attack with prayers of protection, 

Recovering from joblessness, hopelessness, fear. 

Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee. 

-Isaiah 60:1 

Beware the light at the end of the tunnel, it's probably another train coming. 

-my Dad the hunter

When one is so Pro-Life, they aren't able to harm any living being.  

-me the zen







Sunday, September 6, 2020

Day Labor? Labor Day..!

 Here's to those who work with their hands.  




I'm not alone in saluting u and your families. 

Life is tough for everyone, everyone! 

There might be a few that said, 'oh, life is so easy', never had to work a day in their life, everything handed to them, or appeared to show up for them, easy coincidences in life. 

There's always exceptions to any rules, but even for those with 'easy' lives, sacrifices were made, sometimes painful or pitiful ones. 

Regardless, life is hard and then we die. No one gets out alive. 

Unless one believes in Heaven of course, but I digress. 

Have an awesome Labor Day Weekend!


Saturday, August 29, 2020

:-/

Before the virus hit, customers were so very generous. 

Not only were the candies paid for, but there were many donations. 

Stores will either have a generous base, so-so, or not at all. 

I've pulled boxes from places that don't pay, and hard times or not, 

they recycle back out. 

Right now, it looks like I'm donating to the businesses and/or customers.  

Everyone, customers, owners, and managers alike are very nice, 

most stores have opened back up and none have become dangerous. 

Not unexpected during difficult times, just sad and terribly annoying!





Sunday, August 23, 2020

It's Always Something!

 Am so sorry for delays or any inconvenience this month. 

As stores slowly but surely open, there's still a lot of catching up to do in all areas of life. 

I missed 'my' stores like u wouldn't believe. Thanku for your incredible patience!

 

Saturday, August 15, 2020

Chocolate and Chihuahuas, man's best friends!

 

  2020 Brown County Chocolate Walk Still a Go!

Brown County Humane Society 

'The Chocolate Walk is planned for Saturday, November 14, 2020. 

Place: Nashville, Indiana 

Time: 10am to 5pm 

In just 4 months, on November 14, 2020, the Chocolate Walk which benefits the Brown County Humane Society is scheduled to happen. 

   Contact at the BCHS, Jane Weatherford, to learn about the event and what they are planning to do so that all of u who have attended this charity walk and cholocate delight in the past can make your own decision for this year. ' 

And of course, No Chocolate to Dogs! Nauseous. 

I understand dogs can handle carob, but chocolate is for the humans.


Sunday, August 9, 2020

Journaling

 

Stuck inside, I have re-discovered the Bible. 

And scrolling thru YouTube, aside from cat videos and recipes, I began watching journaling videos, some Bible history videos, and then Bible history journaling videos. 

Not initially being a crafty-type person, these seemed only vaguely interesting. 

I already markup my Bible pages sometimes trying to keep history straight, and then I saw that there is such a thing called a Chronological Bible, Interesting! 

And then I saw there were spiral-bound bibles, and single-column bibles for drawing, notes, and those ever-utilitarian Washi tapes. 

Some really beautiful books! 

Even though they aren't overly expensive, I can't even begin to think about re-starting a bible collection, but sure is tempting! 

There are bibles for boys, girls, men, families and groups. 

Here's just a few of them, and should I ever have one in my possession, I'll be sure to include it within my BookRoom;  

(Sorry I'm not able to line these up a little more consecutively, blogger has a mind of its own..!)


Pre-Illustrated


For girls 


Personal Illustrating

Self-decisions

Apply to Life Large Print



Standard Study

Readable for Notes

Wide-Margin for Notes



Sunday, August 2, 2020

10 Sayings I Grew Up With...

1. Consider the Source 
2. One Thousand Miles Begins With 1 Step 
3. What Does That Have To Do With The Price of Tea In China (?) 
4. An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away 
5. Dark Chocolate & Wine Is Good For the Heart 
6. Been There, Done That 
7. Life Happens When You’re Making Plans 
8. The Best Laid Plans Of Mice & Men 
9. Be Careful What U Wish For 
10. ...

Sunday, July 26, 2020

I've turned a corner...

...I think...
Having planned on reserving a pool in Swimply for a break from the summer heat, I found I turned a corner because I'd rather work and save money than relax and spend it.
What a turnaround!
Working rather than relaxing? Never would have thunk it. 
Who can resist sunbathing by a luxurious pool whiling away the stress?
And I have Financial Peace to thank/blame :-)



I made it a problem to spend money.
I had to work at it and it took quite awhile, but it has officially become a problem and I really feel it when I want to purchase a necessity.
Some necessities are okay, and some aren't necessities.
Sunbathing by the pool, yummy! Quite necessary really.
And yet, been there, done that, so off to work I go...

Sunday, July 19, 2020

5 Fun Facts Today




     1. Walmart has a lower acceptance rate than Harvard.
 

     2. A football fan once dedicated his obit to an NFL team. 
 

     3. There is a technical name for the "fear of masks." 
 

     4. Hunting unicorns is legal in Michigan.
 

     5. China censored the word for "censorship."

 ~

Sunday, July 12, 2020

Best Friends

Missed a post last week!
Didn't this week.
Added a new organization dear to my heart for monthly donations.
Can see brief info in the Rescues tab.

It looks like Wildlife Waystation is still accepting donations with costs from closing and moving, etc.
All I know is that all their animals were safely moved to new locations with no euthanasia.
I must say that I always felt a bit insecure about that wonderful rescue only because I couldn't seem to determine what would happen to their animals after Martine was gone way into the future.
The costs mounted, the multiple wildfires didn't help, and the virus would have set their fate for sure.
Injured wildlife rescues are so needed.
May God bless the Caregivers, Staff, Admin, and the wonderful animals, too.

I moved those regular monthly donations over to Best Friends.
This organization has stood the test of time so far.
They are a rescue for injured or abandoned pets.
Their No-Kill motto is; Save Them All, which is quite the task.