Holier than thou

I get so much from old Western TV shows and movies that inspire these blog posts. (Culturally outdated, indeed!) The latest one, featured a wagon train of approx. 300 people traveling to California. A husband and wife join up with the train part way through the trip. When some of the women on said train … Continue reading Holier than thou

Lapis Lazuli Blue

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

Ants in your pants

That's right folks, it is time for another adventure from the ranch! When we got our property, it was overrun with thistles. That first summer it was an everyday job to spray them with weed killer, made specially for them. We had pump up sprayers that you put the weed killer in, mix with water, … Continue reading Ants in your pants

Comfort Zone

Temperatures where I live can get down to 26 below zero Fahrenheit in the winter. (That's -33 Celsius) This gives you a mental picture of why what I am about to share is so mind blowing. I was out running errands on my lunch break in January. I distinctly heard the Lord Yahweh say to … Continue reading Comfort Zone

I’ve got nothing

I'm going to tell you upfront, I am the kind of friend who will do nothing for you. This post is going to be chock full of nothing, and trust me, you will thank me for the hope nothing brings you! I was looking up some things to send a friend of mine on hope … Continue reading I’ve got nothing

Sometimes, life stinketh

Freshly baked bread, warm chocolate chip cookies, hot apple pie, and pizza. These are comforting, inviting smells. Sadly, this post is not about that. Warning: Stop eating before you read this part. Scientifically speaking, decomposition of the internal organs begins 24 to 72 hours after death. Three to five days after death, let's just say … Continue reading Sometimes, life stinketh