I’m presently sitting in the customer waiting area of an auto dealership waiting for a part replacement and oil change. I am finding more and more I hate sitting around strangers. Every time I clear my throat, you suddenly feel eyes on you like you have the plague. Which makes me want to turn around … Continue reading Public spaces
The Christmas Spirit
I pulled out our Christmas tree this afternoon. I felt this year we had to have it up. Last year with all the Covid crap and News I wasn’t in the Christmas spirit. I decided that this year it would be in our living room. In the past we have put it up in our … Continue reading The Christmas Spirit
This morning starts 70 days since I quit smoking! I am amazed I have gone this long without the urge to buy a pack and light up. I have to admit. The nicotine gum I believe made it easier than using the patch. I guess because you are physically doing something which does something in … Continue reading Celebration!
Didn’t do gym this morning. An injured muscle seems to not want me to push it. So I did a little over mile walk instead. Feels like a still shot for a horror movie Was someone riding around in a SUV acting little odd in my opinion. Made me wish I was carrying. Full moon … Continue reading Good morning
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” We don’t have to carry our concerns, worries, and fears in isolation. The Apostle Paul … Continue reading PHILIPPIANS 4:6
The inner voices.
People are so afraid of dying. They aren’t living to begin with. They are like mass. They exist and take up space.
We are led to believe
That the hospitals are overflowing with unvaccinated people contracting the Covid virus. If that’s true, and we are constantly told hospitals are facing nursing shortages nationwide. Then please tell me the sense in firing nurses for not getting a vaccine? They had no problem with them working without a vaccine. How many of these people … Continue reading We are led to believe
I’m feeling old.
Maybe I am. According to my birthday I am 51. Yet, inside I don’t feel any different from when I was in my twenties. Yet the world is changing so fast I’m starting to feel I’m falling behind. A generation Xer who grew up on technology, the home computer, video games, cell phones. I am … Continue reading I’m feeling old.
View from my back patio Good morning. It’s day two of staycation. I should have already been to the gym but I will go shortly. I did beat myself up a bit but had to remind myself. I have all day to go. I feel for the current generation that’s coming along now. They don’t … Continue reading Tuesday
Alone at work?
Whoever isolates himself . . . breaks out against all sound judgment—Proverbs 18:1 Work is a place where we men are apt to live, not as our true selves, but rather as carefully crafted and false versions of ourselves. Work is a “compartment” where we try to be, not who God created us to be, but … Continue reading Alone at work?