You alone are the Lord.
You made the skies and the heavens and all the stars.
You made the earth and the seas and everything in them.
You preserve them all, and the angels of heaven worship you. ~Nehemiah 9:6

Friday, October 19, 2018

Welcome Back

I guess I thought everyone knew about the Silos at Waco, TX when I did the post last week but found out there are some of you out there who have never heard of the place. Sooooo I decided I would put a couple of pictures on here that my daughter shared on Facebook.

When asked how she liked it, she said it was amazing. Beautiful. "It's like Pottery Barn on steroids." Don't know about Pottery Barn? It's like Magnolia Market Place only now quite as good. LOL
There is also a bakery and a restaurant there. If you ever go anywhere near Waco, Texas, I think it would be worth your time to check it out.

So now that you're up to date on that subject, let's get to the subject at hand. It's time to begin sharing inspirational posts again. Thank you again to all who participate each week. And thank you for the sweet comments you make to me from time to time. You keep me inspired to continue doing this blog.

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Friday, October 12, 2018

Welcome Back

My daughter lives in Phoenix, but she is in Waco, TX today. She will be in Austin tomorrow. The Austin part is business. The Waco part is fun. She will be visiting the Silos today (Friday). Who knew silos would ever be so popular? I'm just assuming everyone knows about the Silos. If you don't, just ask a friend. They will probably know. I remember seeing silos when I was growing up. They were just for storage of grain. Who knew? Seems like time changes everything. Well, not everything. God doesn't change. He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. I'm so thankful for that reality.

And now it's time to begin linking again. Everyone is invited and encouraged to participate.

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Friday, October 5, 2018


We got record rain here in the desert a few days ago. There was flooding in some areas as there always is if it rains very much at all. I'm thankful we live on higher ground and it hasn't flooded here. Thinking about showers, I really enjoyed the rain showers we received. It reminded me of showers of blessings. We used to sing a song in church often about showers of blessings. We don't sing it anymore but I like to recall all the blessings the Lord has showered upon me in my lifetime. 82 years of showers of blessings. Sure there were a lot of bad times in that 82 years but sometimes even bad things can be blessings in disguise. So October 5 is my birthday. That's the day this is scheduled to post. I will be celebrating 82 years of great showers.

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Friday, September 28, 2018


The next three months are my favorite months of the year. October is the birth month for both me and my daughter. November is the birth month of both my hubby and my son. Of course November is Thanks-giving and December is Christmas, my favorite holiday. So bring it on. I'm so ready for the coming weeks.

And what else am I so ready for? A new week of linking, so let's begin.

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Friday, September 21, 2018


Welcome back dear friends. I guess Fall has officially arrived by now. It is getting slightly cooler here in my desert, but I'm ready for it to get really really cool. Can't expect that until sometime in December though.

So what is the flower suppose to represent here? It just represents that I love flowers, I love pink, and I thought it would brighten up an otherwise benign post. This is Thursday night. I always write the posts at least by Thursday night and schedule them to go on Friday morning. I have been known to forget it was Thursday and I had not yet scheduled. It almost happened to me tonight. All of a sudden I remembered it was Thursday night and I had not yet written a post.

I think maybe some forgot to link last week because the sharing was down a bit. There is so much going on in our lives that it is easy to sometimes forget important things. But now, let's start the linking. Thank you for being so faithful to link each week.

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