When events don’t happen as we think they should, it doesn’t always mean something went wrong. We plan events with our human brains, and we do the best we can. The story of Naaman amplifies this principle. Naaman had leprosy, and went to Elisha to be healed. Elisha told him to wash himself seven times in … More Things don’t always go as planned.
Bailey doesn’t appreciate being dressed in antlers, but it amuses me.
We bought a plastc SLOW man, hoping passing motorists would get the hint. Several small children live in houses across the street, and we have Bailey to protect. I put up the Slow Man two days ago, and woke up this morning to find that soneone had hit it with a car, and it … More The Saga of Slow Man
I suppose I could have “cropped ” the photo, so only my slippers are there. Instead, you can see my still-pink cabinets, and a miscellaneous plastic bag. Inside that bag are apples from a local orchard. Delish. I already made a dish of pseudo-apple crisp (no flour, no added sugar) and it was delicious. The … More New slippers for me
Moses and the Israelites fled from Pharaoh and his army into the dry land of what was, hours before, the Red Sea. The Egyptians pursued them into the sea with all their horses, chariots, and army. At this point, it looked like they would catch Moses. It looked bad. This would be the time for … More God took off the chariot wheels. Why?
Ok, so we are all eating leftover Halloween candy, and now it’s time to plan Thanksgiving. I’m assuming I am cooking, er, re-heating this year, as we should have the house suitable for human consumption by then. As I type this, my contractor is thumping in the attic, right over my head. I also have … More November, a new month, a new start
But first, Bailey, doing his Pretzel Legs thing. Because dogs are cute. Mr. Porter bought several bags of candy. For now, the candy is still inside the grocery bags by the front door. We just moved to this neigborhood, and the neighbors said that there are a lot of kids at Halloween time. I … More Halloween, NaNo, and New Lights