Once upon a time there was a little chicken, whose name happened to be named Chicken Little. (Go figure.) Well this little chicken was having a bad day. She woke up on the wrong side of the bed, because she worried all night about rising inflation and soaring gas prices. There was no morning coffee … Continue reading The sky is falling!
Today boys and girls, we're going to look at going with the flow. Defined it means to be relaxed and accepting of a situation. Live going with the current of the flow of a stream rather than trying to swim against it. I counted at least twenty one times where the Bible says “a land … Continue reading Go with the flow
I'll never know what he is going to show with after he's gone to the livestock auction. Once it was goats. Another time a couple of sheep. Some times my husband buys some great animals. One of these was a Dexter steer. Dexter cattle are a breed of cattle originating in Ireland. The smallest of … Continue reading BTW…
I previously mentioned my word for 2022 is release. A friend of mine, said she is celebrating her Jubilee (50th) birthday this year. I already sent her her presents, even though her birthday is not until April, because the other morning on the news I heard there was a volcano that erupted, causing tsunamis, the … Continue reading Jubilee
My wife just came out of nowhere and said, "You weren't even listening, were you?" And I'm like, "That's a weird way to start a conversation." Now I want to apologize ahead of time here to you men reading, if you are not one of these guys. You can continue reading while laughing at the … Continue reading Oblivious
This post contains another phrase from the Wild West, being dry gulched. To be dry gulched is to be ambushed with the intent of killing or severely mauling. The bad guys lay in wait in a dry gulch, to catch the good guys unawares, with the intent to do bodily harm. In the Western U.S., … Continue reading Dry gulched
The history of the phrase little black book is quite colorful. (Pun intended!) As with many English idioms containing the word black, this one refers to something mysterious or even potentially shameful. People may refer to a journal or part of a journal as their black book or little black book. This means that it … Continue reading My little black book
Just so you know, green is my favorite color. I had a lovely string of malachite beads that I used for my prayerful meditations. A friend who was going through a difficult divorce, needed some extra encouragement, and so I gave them to her, as green is her favorite color too. When looking for a … Continue reading Lapis Lazuli Blue
No, not damn girl, but Dam Girl! Damn girl is defined as when a lady is truly awesome. This post is going to be about my Holding My Peace, which I pray would make me truly awesome in God's eyes! In a previous post, Raising Cain, I told how I was having a bad day, … Continue reading Dam Girl!
It's huge! 17 inches across the top and 12 inches deep. That's the size of my husband's favorite cooking pot. The wooden spoon he uses to stir is 18 inches long. He is a fantastic cook. The only downside, is he does not seem to know how to cook for just two people. So whenever … Continue reading Stir it up