As a food producer in Colorado, I have to carry a letter with me at all times. It is a critical business designation which states that “the bearer of this letter is an essential worker in the food and agricultural sector and in exempt from any restrictions placed on work or travel during the COVID-19 … Continue reading Essential Worker Status
You heard me right, toowayhon! In Aramaic this word means blessed. I recently signed up for a study by Dr. Charles Stanley entitled Blessed to Be. The study is going to go in depth in the Sermon on the Mount throughout all of 2020. So this morning I read various versions of Matthew 5:1-12, just … Continue reading May 2020 be Toowayhon for you!
The Normandy landings were the operations on Tuesday, June 6, 1944 of the Allied forces invasion of France in Operation Overlord during World War II. Referred to as D-day, it was the largest seaborne invasion in history. The operation began as the liberation of German-occupied France, and later Europe from Nazi control, and laid the … Continue reading D-Day
I'm going to share the stories of two pregnant pauses in the Bible. And yes my friends, math is involved! A pregnant pause is the silence that occurs that leaves everyone who bore witness to the event speechless. It is also defined a a pause that gives the impression that it will be followed by … Continue reading Pregnant Pause
EEEGADS! Yet another winter storm is hitting the Colorado Rockies. At our ranch we have five foot fence posts that are completely buried under snow. My husband has moved snow into fifteen foot high piles with the backhoe. “I am grateful for the moisture God, as we had a drought last year, but I am … Continue reading Live Under Par
This hot fudge sundae hasn't killed me, so it must be making me stronger. (Tweet from onlyfasteddie) Now that's the kind of suffering I can get behind! There are only two ways this can go my friends. God can save you from suffering, or God can help you through suffering. Either way, there is one … Continue reading Thank God, Seasons change
No, really. You've got to believe me. This will be well worth the 8 minutes and 49 seconds it takes to watch this. A beautiful sister sent me this link. (You know who you are!) So get rid of any distractions, find a quiet spot, watch and be amazed. I still get goosebumps and tear up … Continue reading Trust me…
The television channel proclaims, “for the first time in history, you can watch all 456 episodes of the original Law and Order.” They call it a binge-a-thon. So my husband and I are watching some. There is a common plot theme. A crime is committed, the police find and arrest the bad guy (or gal), … Continue reading Busted!
God wired my brain to make random connections come together like oddly shaped puzzle pieces. Then when the puzzle is finished, I can stand back and see what He gave me to share with you. It is my own brand of sunshine and I am happy to shine with you! Ponder: To throw together, confer, … Continue reading Ponder my brand of sunshine
I'd much rather be fishing right now, than shoveling snow. Standing on a green, grassy bank, a warm, soft breeze on my face, the babbling brook going by, the songs of birds in the trees. Instead, my trusty shovel and I are moving snow from one pile to another. Here's a haiku I wrote for … Continue reading Reel it in!