An interesting listen: https://sidroth.org/television/tv-archives/dr-francis-myles-4/
January 6 is always a tough day for me. It’s the anniversary of a loss I experienced as a teenager. This year, I found out that someone I knew died the day after Christmas. It saddened me. This person was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in October, and he’s gone already. I know that he … More In Heaven, you don’t have to pee.
There was a saying a few years ago: “Practice Random Acts of Kindness.” It meant hold a door open for someone, smile at a stranger, give a lonely person a smile. Whatever you could find to do. It seemed that someone came up with this idea to make the word a better place. Actually, God … More random vs. not random
I tried to sell my husband’s snow tires on eBay. A guy bid on them, won the auction, but now doesn’t want them. He has 100% good reviews on eBay, so I figured he knows how it works. He bought tires somewhere else. I told him “that is not how eBay works .” He responded … More I need your opinion
This morning while driving to work, I saw a man on the side of the road, holding a cardboard sign. I had a $5 bill in my pocket, and I decided to pull over and give it to him. I grabbed his arm without thinking, and said, “Do you know Jesus?” “Everyday,” he replied. What … More The servant on the side of the road
My last post on this blog was in August, one week before I started my new job. I had been looking for a year. As you know, I’ve spent most of the last ten years sick in one form or another: cancer, vertigo, surgeries, chest pains, infections, hospital stays, almost died a few times…etc. I … More Employed.
Let’s say I am going to a flea market. I see a crystal plate that I like and would like to buy. Me: Hi there. How much do you want for that plate? Seller: It’s an antique, and it was my grandmother’s. I can’t let it go for less than $100. Me: Well, I … More Negotiation is not lying: The Flea Market Chronicles #negotiation #FleaMarket