I usually wake up before the alarm goes off at 5:30 a.m. Yesterday I was deliciously snuggled in my warm cocoon of blankets. It was 6 degrees F (-14 C) outside, so I was savoring my warm bed while chatting with God. I asked Him what wonderful things He's going to share with me today. … Continue reading Smokin’ hot
Woo hoo! It is that time of year again. The table is laden with nachos, chicken wings, chips and dips. It is time to celebrate. No, not the Super Bowl, but the official start of the 2019 tax filing season in America. So clear all those tasty snacks off the table, because you're going to … Continue reading Kick off party
In America, 2020 brings the continuance of our election cycle. You know, when those pesky pollsters call you during dinner to ask your opinion. I propose we now have them talk about the hot button topic that will raise the hackles of people all over the world: Toilet paper orientation, over or under? I further … Continue reading Orientation
Experts say that right about now people are losing it—the desire to follow their New Year's resolution to diet. Well have I got Good News for you! In a recent year, the weight loss industry in America collected over $41.8 billion in annual revenue. Well I have a great free offer for you on a … Continue reading Dig In
Living in the American West, I've always been fascinated with the history and terminology that makes it what it is. As you can tell by some of my previous posts, I also see how I can apply those things with my walk with Jesus and to share with you, my friends. Here is one such … Continue reading Pony Express
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!
Every spring on the ranch, before we turn the cows out onto the upper pastures, the fence line must be walked to check for breaks and damage. We have seen mountain lions, bears and coyotes here on our property. So whenever we do this task, we always carry protection. I have a 45 caliber, single … Continue reading Safety switch