Monday, September 27, 2021

It's Time To Stop Speaking ---

"Death and life are in the power of the tongue, 
And those who love it and indulge it will eat its fruit and bear the consequences of their words."   ---Proverbs 18:21


First, I'll complete my title: 

It's time to stop speaking those things we'd hate to watch happen.

Okay, moving on.  ツ

This past year I've listened to respected, helpful Christians online and although I admire, even like them, oh dear! Their language. Yikes.

And Honey, I don't mean they swear. No, it's that they (often) use words like these:

"People today never face consequences, so they'll keep becoming worse."
"Our immoral leaders won't change. They'll never face charges."
"Prices will keep rising. Grocery shelves will become emptier."
"I'm afraid the middle class will disappear into poverty."
"I've warned you for years: things are gonna get worse."

Man, often have I quipped, "Well yeah, if you want to be a Christian who writes God out of everything! Sheesh."

Gracious. Talk about misplaced faith. Are we believing for more of what God can do or what satan has already done?

What happened to 'we walk by faith and not by sight'? Or, 'Be it unto you even as you have believed'?

What happened to stepping out of our prayer closet, believing God will answer us, then matching-up our words (and lives) accordingly, perhaps like this? --

"I'm believing consequences will arrive soon for those who mistreat others."
"A day is coming, I believe, when God will hold corrupt leaders accountable. He will deal with them as He deems best."
"I'm praying our economy will right itself soon and in the meantime, that God will provide for His kids as the Bible promises."
"We've not yet experienced the last great movement of God upon our planet. Just imagine the wonder yet to come when millions accept Christ and begin acting godly!"

(Some folks believe these verses from Joel 2 fully happened already, but I'm with the crowd that says, no, not yet. But soon! In fact, I'm following reports online of awesome revival already happening.) --

 "And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my Spirit on all flesh; your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, and your young men shall see visions. Even on the male and female servants in those days I will pour out my Spirit. “And I will show wonders in the heavens and on the earth, blood and fire and columns of smoke. The sun shall be turned to darkness, and the moon to blood, before the great and awesome day of the Lord comes. And it shall come to pass that everyone who calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved."

And hey, what happened to humbling ourselves and admitting we might be wrong about where we are in God's timeline? That we might not be on the cusp of seven years of tribulation? (I'm old enough to remember that back in the 1970's we were all certain Jesus would come bursting through the church door any minute.)

But I digress.....

Anyway, today may we sincerely ask ourselves, "Is my faith based upon God's best or on the devil's worst? Are my daily-around-friends speech patterns wildly different than my prayers?"

From out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks and I'll tell you... I long for my heart to be so full of God's promises that it splashes out hope and blessings upon everyone I contact.

Why? The eternal outcome, the ramifications of speaking opposite, pessimistic words to a confused, suicidal world is far too tragic to imagine. 

Oh, the responsibility of it all!

"Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen."   --- Hebrews 11:1

Please note in no way am I saying ignore the bad happenings! But rather, face them, pray against them, then believe your prayers/hope-filled warnings/God-led-actions will change things.

Evil lasts only for a season. God, His word, His love and joy last forever.


It's been awhile since I recommended Glamour Days at Youtube. She makes old black and white film come alive! Here's a new favorite (those beach pajamas are positively elegant! I'd be all for folks Today wearing pajamas in public if they looked like those. heh.)  ツ

"But Jesus looked at them and said to them, “With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”   --- Matthew 19:26


Please remember: My posts are always about more than they appear to be. 


 "For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." ... Matthew 6:14,15

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

September This And That Part Deux


1.) Oh, the glass pumpkins, right? They're from Pottery Barn, HomeGoods, and T.J. Maxx.

2.) Ever wondered why I don't swear or even pass along memes with dicey language? Here's why:

"Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths ... Let there be no filthiness nor foolish talk nor crude joking, which are out of place ... But above all, my brothers, do not swear, either by heaven or by earth or by any other oath, but let your “yes” be yes and your “no” be no, so that you may not fall under condemnation...From the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brothers, these things ought not to be so...  I tell you, on the day of judgment people will give account for every careless word they speak."  ---Ephesians 4:29, Ephesians 5:4, James 5:12, James 3:10, Matthew 12:36

There's more, but frankly, those are enough of a warning for me. Yikes!

3.) The Quaint Housewife's main meal dishes remind me of those from the old classic book, How I Feed My Family On $16 A Week (color me grateful I didn't procrastinate buying this book! They're all over $20 now). 

An example is this video, How To Eat For $10 A Week. I highly recommend videos like these for families needing ways to stretch their food dollars. 

In all ways may we view these inflationary days as a creative challenge rather than a frightening, paralyzing time.

4.) Now, it's a rare morning that I watch our local news (long story), but I actually miss our news team; their personalities and sense of fun.

But hooray! I found a solution via Youtube and it's cool that I can share these folks with you. (I actually wrote about Kevin O'Neil 11 years ago. Here.)

So if you find yourself in need of a chuckle (and if you're curious about on-the-street Buffalo folks), here you go:

5.) Appreciated hearing this doctor speak about our immune system. (He doesn't go down bunny trails, so I especially loved that!)  ツ

This video by a Christian nutritionist was helpful, also.

Oh and after doing various research I've put together this list of what many doctors say we should keep at home whether we've had 'the jab' or not. These can keep us out of the hospital if used early (and yes, yes, consult your own doctor! But I'm sharing these because of something tragic which happened last week to someone I know.) --

Vitamins D3, Zinc, C, B
Tonic syrup
A nebulizer

And I found this somewhere and placed it in an email draft:

This was shared on a Covid survivor group...have heard many of these before but it seems helpful:
No one ever talks about how to fight Covid at home. I came down with Covid in November. I went to the hospital, running a fever of 103, a rapid heart beat, and other common symptoms that come with Covid. While I was there they treated me for the high fever, dehydration and pneumonia.
The doctor sent me home to fight Covid with two prescriptions - Azithromycin 250mg & Dexamethason 6mg. When the nurse came in to discharge me, I asked her, "What can I do to help fight this at home?" She said, “Sleep on your stomach at all times with Covid. If you can’t sleep on your stomach because of heath issues sleep on your side. Do not lay on your back no matter what because it smashes your lungs and that will allow fluid to set in.
Set your clock every two hours while sleeping on your stomach, then get out of bed and walk for 15-30 min, no matter how tired or weak that you are. Also move your arms around frequently, it helps to open your lungs. Breathe in thru your nose, and out thru your mouth. This will help build up your lungs, plus help get rid of the Pneumonia or other fluid you may have.
When sitting in a recliner, sit up straight - do not lay back in the recliner, again this will smash your lungs. While watching TV - get up and walk during every commercial.
Eat at least 1 - 2 eggs a day, plus bananas, avocado and asparagus.These are good for Potassium. Drink Pedialyte, Gatorade Zero, Powerade Zero & Water with Electrolytes to prevent you from becoming dehydrated. Do not drink anything cold - have it at room temperature or warm it up. Water with lemon, and little honey, peppermint tea, apple cider are good suggestions for getting in fluids. No milk products, or pork. Vitamin’s D3, C, B, Zinc, Probiotic One-Day are good ideas. Tylenol for fever. Mucinex, or Mucinex DM for drainage, plus helps the cough. Pepcid helps for cramps in your legs. One baby aspirin everyday can help prevent getting a blood clot, which can occur from low activity. "
Drink a smoothie of blueberries, strawberries, bananas, honey, tea and a spoon or two of peanut butter.
We always hear of how Covid takes lives, but there isn't a lot of information out there regarding how to fight Covid. I hope this helps you or someone you know, just as it has helped me.

6.) Has anyone else watched the (non-current) tv series, Grimm? What a unique crime show! Tom and I have enjoyed the first 8 episodes, the creativity and comradarie between the main characters.

If you're more in the mood to watch a movie as opposed to a series, the first two episodes of Grimm might qualify. You could view those together and 'get the idea', for a similar pattern follows, at least through the ones we've seen. Again, enjoyable, at least to us. So far.  ツ

(We're watching via Prime.)

7.) And just one last time I'll mention this: If you were signed up to receive my blog's email notifications before this past August, you'll need to sign up again. I had to switch to a different company (no choice, Blogger's fault. heh).

8.) And hey, after all that 'medical stuff' (shall we say) above, you may want to keep this link  somewhere safe in case I get booted from here(!) It'll lead you to another of my blogs which I'll 'escape to' if I must.

Let's face facts: Today's world ain't what it used to be. If we're wise, we'll always have a Plan B.

9.) Sometimes while zipping around my blog I'll find a portion which acts like confirmation of what God's been telling me again --

From July of 2006--
How good Life feels when I can walk around my house barefooted on oak floors, contented, enjoying the moment, gazing out windows or reading a book upon the front porch--and meditating upon just how good God is, making memories out of the simplest, wispiest things around and basking in God-breathed peace at His custom-designed pace.

How much better to live close to God's peaceful heart.His "peace be still", joy unspeakable and full of glory and "be of good cheer". How good to be led by His voice instead of being driven by jammed-up, crowded thoughts inside my head:

"... hurry and get the laundry done..."
"... you still haven't written those emails..."
"... if only you had more money, more time and more will power..."
"... if only people would act the way you want them to..."
"... so much is going wrong right now... I can't take this stress..."
"... hurry and exercise so you can get to work..."
"... hurry before the store closes... hurry, hurry, hurry..."

How good to understand that 'relax' is so not a synonym for 'be lazy.' But rather, that it's a healthy heart condition and a product of the deepest trust.

How much better to be led by peace, by wisdom, by the voice of One who knows much better than I do what is up the road and what needs to be done at this moment (or left alone) so that I'll be in just the right place down that road, at just the right time, led by just the right hand of just the right Person--

--and enjoying the whole, long trip walking beside Him, leaning close, listening, laughing.

Please remember: My posts are always about more than they appear to be. 


 "For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." ... Matthew 6:14,15

Monday, September 20, 2021

Why I (Mostly) Refuse to Hate Housework

"You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy..."   Psalm 16:11


Now, do I anticipate making lunch (our main meal) six days a week? Is carrying a laundry basket of smelly clothes down to the basement washing machine fun for me? Or vacuuming?

Uhm, no. Not exactly.

But here's the thing: I refuse to allow myself to hate any household chore. Well, except for maybe cleaning the bathtub.  ツ

Why? Because let's say I do 2 hours of cooking/cleaning 6 days per week starting at age 20 and ending at age 75.(Has anyone else ever thought that living 75 years upon Earth is plenty? Hmm?) 

Well folks, that's a total of 34,320 hours of home care! (Seriously, I double-checked.)

Wow, 34,320 hours of this life God gave, even planned, detailed. And then for me to spend that huge portion of my allotted days hating what I'm doing, complaining about it aloud and within my heart? 

No, that's simply too tragic even to imagine. What a huge waste.

So I choose not to hate housework. Instead, like a researcher, I'll seek ways to make the hours more pleasant. I'll--

play music while I work.
watch videos or read books which inspire me to enjoy homekeeping.
learn to follow Grace, her timing, her wise hints.
teach myself to anticipatate daily rituals.
find ways to work smarter, not harder.

I'll refrain from a complaining heart--or anything--which distracts from walking within a know-He's-there presence of God. Oh, to enjoy God even while mopping, dusting or sweeping!

When I reach Heaven and see things wildly clear, may I not suddenly gasp, "Oh no! While on Earth I could've lived with thousands of more hours of joy and flung that joy around to others in need! But instead, I complained my days away."

Oh dear. May that never, ever be.

And in case anyone is thinking they cannot do this, yes! You can through our God who makes a way when there appears to be none--

"Until now you have asked nothing in my name. Ask, and you will receive, that your joy may be full."   John 16:24

Part of our problem is we've been brainwashed into thinking housework is a waste of our lives. God doesn't believe that, though. It's important to Him that we care 'as unto Him' for the people and things He's given us.


Tom and I were surprised by a good movie we found this weekend: I'll Follow You Down. We super enjoyed it as we do many with a hint of sci- fi--

but here's a spoiler warning alert

... if suicide is a sad-for-days trigger for you, you may want to skip this one. Yet saying that, there is a happy ending which okay! Might be another spoiler, but you know? The vast majority of movies I recommend have happy endings since I'm just not into sad ones like some folks are. So there you go.  ツ  (We watched via Prime.)


Oh and to my fellow preppers: you know there's such a thing as canned potatoes, right? I didn't discover this until 5 years ago and occasionally I find others who still don't know. 

Incredibly handy in a pinch and terrific for your prepper shelves.

Oh! And here's another young woman who enjoys sharing her quick/easy/cheap meal recipes with us.


And as I shared at Facebook:

If we'll guard against becoming overwhelmed by all the evil these days, we'll discover many opportunities to spread good!

Please remember: My posts are always about more than they appear to be. 


 "For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." ... Matthew 6:14,15

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Where She Refuses to Be Anger-Motivated

"For the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God... Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, and give no opportunity to the devil ..."   --- James 1:20, Ephesians 4:26


Disclaimer: Anger is a hot topic and would require anyone to write an entire book (or 2) for a more complete exploration. (And I'm pretty sure if you're determined to stay angry, this post ain't gonna help.) ツ

So no one get mad at me, ok? This is only a simple blog post. 


Usually, before I write here, God gives me a 'spark' of an idea. He'll remind me of a past happening, then shows me how to make it an essay complete with a moral. 

But today, instead, let's go to this Louder With Crowder newsletter found in my morning email:

Craig Shubert is the mayor of a city in Ohio... "Educators" were accused of distributing what some parents called "child pornography" to students. You and I would call it that too ... It's a public school and we hear about teachers pushing radical agendas all the time. Parents express their anger at school board meetings about these teachers on the regular. What makes Mayor Shubert the man is that he didn't express anger at the meeting. Though he still gave us a mic-drop moment:

"My name is Craig Shubert. I am the mayor of this city. It has come to my attention that your educators are distributing essentially what is child pornography in the classroom. I've spoken to a judge this evening. She's already confirmed that. So I'm going to give you a certain choice. You can choose to resign ... or you will be charged. Thank you."

Wow. That part I underlined and the paragraph after, right? The mayor--

Did not let anger consume him.
He did not turn into a raving man.
Did not flail his arms (and no one rolled their eyes, I'm thinking)
He did not shout disconnected, fast-coming, hard-to-understand words which then lost their power.


He kept his head, his mind, his sanity so that he could think and speak clearly and gained everyone's respect, perhaps even those who disagreed with him.

Mayor Shubert did not allow anger to turn him into what the Bible warns us about (here) --

hard hearted.

It's time, (I believe), to be led by the Holy Spirit rather than anger, even if that anger is justified--which yes--today it frequently is! Yet too often anger only makes us physically and mentally sick, even incoherent, when we so longed to be heard and understood. 

When we wished our words would have transformed situations.

Yet when we're led by the Holy Spirit using His tone, His words? We're more often walking within an anointing. We're truth-filled, bold and speaking from the very heart of God--

--and watching things change for the good. Over time, for after all, ultimately, only God can change a heart.

Whoever is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit than he who takes a city."   --- Proverbs 16:32

What's a more excellent form of motivation to change the world? Godly compassion for lost and confused souls.


Lately online I keep hearing the story about Jesus in the temple repeated and how other times He became angry, as well as that verse, "Be angry and sin not." 

And yes, ok, I get it. But what I almost never hear is this verse: " not let the sun go down on your anger," nor does a verse follow which says,  "Yeah, then pick up your anger again in the light of morning." 


This woman and her 219 square foot apartment, both, inspired me!


"It is the season for demons to tremble, not My heirs. Arise and shine in My greatest glory hour. Arise and stand strong in the perilous time. Arise and challenge with My authority the abominations of the forever loser. Arise and--with My mightiness reinforcing you--destroy defilement."
---Tim Sheets
As shared by his brother, Dutch Sheets, here.


For me lately? Meditating upon this verse is having a huge, huge, huge impact upon how I feel daily and react to our world--

"Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful."   --- Colossians 3:15 (and did I mention it's having a huge impact?)  シ


Please remember: My posts are always about more than they appear to be. 


 "For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." ... Matthew 6:14,15

Wednesday, September 08, 2021

Found Your Own Personal Green Pasture Yet?

"He makes me to lie down in green pastures, He leads me beside quiet waters, He restores my soul ... "   from Psalm 23

Oh how quickly we grow after we lose the bondage of, "What will people think?".


Last Saturday after stepping into the cafe and hugging Linda, an old friend I'd arranged to meet there, my cafe friend, Jill, exclaimed, "Debra! We were just talking about you. Seriously! How you'd not been here in ages." 

Amy (the young owner) said, "Yeah! I even made your favorite muffin a few times, but still you didn't come."

I smiled and included the other ladies around them, "Oh! You can blame it on that awful humidity. I barely survived this summer. Barely." The five women chuckled, nodded. Jill and Amy said they were happy to see me and thankful I hadn't had covid.

Oh! Delightful, all of this, but so Twilight Zone-ish for me. 

See, the cafe is one of my 'beside quiet waters' places. God restores my soul there so usually (I imagine) I'm blending into the pale yellow walls while staring out the window, praying, drinking decaf, nibbling scones, reading. I'm being invisible.

A very quiet process, indeed, yet Saturday, again, I remembered people are watching.

Long ago I became suspicious of Christians who say God leads us only to certain green pastures, certain quiet waters and restores our souls in certain, specific ways. Their (often legalistic) ways.

Yet way before these covid-covid-covid days, God began restoring my soul in odd, not-usually-recommended ways, like:

reading not-specifically-Christian (but sweet) books
staring out windows
taking walks
watching favorite movies or tv series
sitting on the front porch
working in my garden
listening to music and teaching videos
going to movie theaters alone
listing my gratitudes from our good God
taking drives by myself
doing 'prepper-related' things
painting walls, rearranging items
and yes, even cleaning my house--

--all these while sensing Him beside me, speaking with silent words. Leading, energizing, loving me. Inspiring me, as well.

Why share this? Because I keep hearing that many Christians are becoming super discouraged. You know, slapped around by uncertainty due to our world's sorry, sorry state. 

Yet why allow the world to yank us through rocky, no-rest places? Why follow the lost ones, then slip into dark ditches? Why meditate upon Life gone wrong?

Instead, may we return to being led by God; through His green pastures and still waters even if--to other Christians--our personal pastures and waters seem silly.

And then may we be sent out from a strong base of peace, not anger, as we obey Him who restores our soul even in the midst of wars. 

Remember! He prepares tables for us in the presence of our enemies. Not just after they've all faded away, but in the midst of their bugging us. 

So may we follow Him today down the green pastures, through the quiet waters until we reach that wonderful restoration, that place from where we can then venture out and face absolutely anything. 

Unshakeable in battle. With joy.

"Do not let your heart be troubled (afraid, cowardly). Believe [confidently] in God and trust in Him, [have faith, hold on to it, rely on it, keep going and] believe also in Me."   --- John 14:1, Amplified

Yes, even in 2021. More than ever, in fact--

People are watching us to see if the Jesus we have within us is real or just imagined. Jesus enables us to react differently to Life than those who've not yet met Him.


Last week this, below, greatly inspired me. (Your results may differ.) シ

"Get out there and be friendly when you're at the grocery store and other places.

... I think we're just going to split into two different worlds. And I think that's ok. Because the world that I'm gonna help build is ... built on the ideas of individual choice and freedom ... We're going to build new things and let the other people build what's based on critical race theory,  or do diversity race hirings, etc. 

I just don't see a way around it. But it doesn't mean it has to be horrible. I don't want to see people fighting in the streets... Let the others have what they've built--I don't want it.... 

I want to promote people, those who are fighting for the right things. We can build something better together.

Let's rethink our relationship with technology.

Whatever's left of the good America, I want to fight to save it... to dare to get out there, dare to build new things, interact with other people and take some of the lessons our parents and forefathers learned about freedom and the human experience."    ---Dave Rubin


Please remember: My posts are always about more than they appear to be. 


 "For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." ... Matthew 6:14,15

Friday, September 03, 2021

September This And That

"Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name."   --- Psalm 103:1


1.) Ten years! Ten years ago this past Tuesday, Tom and I moved to Hobbit Cottage. If you're a longtime reader here and can't quite believe that, neither can I. 

We'd planned this as a temporary place before moving onto something larger and niftier, but we all know what God does when we make our own plans.  ツ 

Right now color us super grateful God brought us here, instead. One reason? Had we moved back to our Autumn Cottage town (5 miles away), we'd have paid an extra $18,000 in property/school taxes by now. Unbelievable, right?

But believe it. Whew. Again, much gratitude.

2.) Okay, here's my last photo of books I mean always to keep. This is kids' lit. centered:

The Margaret Sutton and Carolyn Keene and Lois Lenski books represent more of each which I'll be keeping.

Oh! And recently I discovered Open Library has many of Lois Lenski's regional books so now you, too, can read them and perhaps see for yourselves why they give me such gratitude for this life I've been given.

Here are a few which I've read an embarrassing amount of times and also? These books were written the way I wish history had been taught in school. Always, I longed to read how families coped with the happenings of the times.



4.) What a gift is September! At least here in New York, for on September's first day our weather cooled and is slated to stay. Ol' Debra finally returned to her non-cranky, energetic, pleasant self. Thank-goodness. 

What. A. Brutal. Summer! I survived, but just barely.  ツ (And let this be a reminder to never lose hope that things of all sorts can someday change!)

5.) Thanks so much for helping me pray for Chester, CA! They were (mostly) spared from the Dixie Fire and a couple weeks ago it became easier for me to believe the town will remain safe.

I followed a couple fire-related Facebook pages and was blessed to see many names of folks with whom I went to school and church way back in the 70's and 80's. 

Again, thank-you for praying and oh! While reading about the fire activity I discovered that extra Vitamin C is helpful in repairing internal smoke damage. Just thought I'd mention that in case it helps anyone.

6.) Don't you just love folks who think outside the box?

7.) Good news! After that recent blog-snatching-scare (Blogger accused me of stuff and made my blog disappear), I backed-up As I See It Now into a file. I want to find an additional way to keep it safe and will be looking into that next week.

Always got to be one step ahead these days, right?

8.) Oh and my longtime online friend, Tracy, has a new Youtube channel! So many helpful hints in one place. You can find her at Journal To Success.

Keep up the terrific work, Tracy!

9.) Did I tell you we had our Hobbit Cottage power-washed? Our (excellent) carpet cleaner guy branched out and hired a couple young men and well, they did a wonderful job. 

(We'd procrastinated doing this since our house is vinyl-sided and we thought the 9 year-old paint might flake off, but it didn't. At least, not more than a three inch spot on the garage, so no big deal.)

We'd considered re-painting the entire house next year, but can probably wait awhile longer now. We'll see.

10.) Years had passed since Tom and I worked our way through the tv series, Fringe, so guess what we're watching each evening lately? What a delightful show for sci-fi fans like ourselves.

Oh, and it's reminded Tom and me of one huge benefit of growing older: we tend to forget the shows/movies we've watched, so viewing them again is like watching for the very first time(!)

Hey, it's the little things. (Oh, and we're watching Fringe via Prime Video.)

11.) And you won't believe this, but we received another totally wrong order from Aldi's home grocery delivery! I think that makes 3, not to mention at least 3 other out-of-the-blue orders from Walmart and even Taco Bell. 

Each time we were told to just keep the wrong delivery which, hey, ok, no problem.  ツ

Why has this happened so often? I'm not sure, though from our house I'm able to see two other's with our same house number. One delivery guy blamed it on the GPS. Naomi chuckled and said maybe delivering groceries is harder than we all dreamed.

Another possible reason? Perhaps this happens so to remind you that God is not limited in the ways He can provide for all His kids. Mysterious, odd, what-the-heck kind of ways.

So there you go.


Please remember: My posts are always about more than they appear to be. *** "For if you forgive others their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you, but if you do not forgive others their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses." ... Matthew 6:14,15