About two years ago I awoke in the middle of the night to 3:16. Not sure what 3:16 verse, so after careful consideration, I determined I needed to look up and write down each and every 3:16 verse in the Bible. It was a very eye opening self-study. Recently I've become friends with Kamryn Adams, … Continue reading Details
We've all been there and done that. You know, mistake the lyrics of songs. I remember a commercial in 2009 from T-Mobile that had a couple in a car and the guy was singing a song by Def Leppard. He incorrectly sang the lyrics as “pour some shook up ramen.” His wife/girlfriend was able to … Continue reading What?
I know that is a pretty sad looking picture of a chicken with this post but, “There is a time for everything and a season for every activity.” (Ecc. 3:1 [NIV]) This is molting season. I learn so many lessons about God at my ranch, so I am going to share one with you now. … Continue reading Molting Season
The moment was charged with electricity. Absolutely every head was turned in my direction. All eyes were on me. I could feel it. I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that in that moment, everyone wanted to be me. Why? Because I'm abundantly well-endowed and it shows. Defined, it is someone who has larger … Continue reading Well-endowed
Okay my dear followers, it is time to hit the pause button. In the Bible, the Hebrew word Selah is used to designate a pause. It is a chance for a praise break. And don't we all need that nowadays! A short bit ago, I sent a fellow blogger and friend, Tim McGee, (Just a … Continue reading Happy Dance
My last post was about rescuing a lady bug from drowning in the cow's water tub. This post is about another of God's creation, only on a much bigger scale, the humpback whale. I watched a mama and baby swimming gracefully together, and had another “awe” moment. No, I didn't watch them swimming on the … Continue reading Frolic more
It's all a matter of perception. I perceive the same 100 feet to be a much shorter distance during the spring, summer, and fall, than I do in the winter. Why? It is finally warm enough to pull out the 100 foot hose in order to fill up some of our animal's water tubs. It … Continue reading Coccinellidae
A friend of mine who lives in Florida told me recently that it is beach season. I live at 8300 feet above sea level in the Colorado Rockies, and it was snowing as I began to write this post on Easter Sunday. So that got me wistfully thinking about beach season too. While pondering beautiful … Continue reading Baywatch
Welcome to the one post that will change the way you look at your life forever! (I hope!) I recently finished a women's Bible study, with some beautiful sisters, entitled Exploring the Mystery Within. One of our first homework assignment was to make a list of five things we could declare about who we are. … Continue reading What’s in a name?
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