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Friday, July 25, 2014

Rejoice!

(If you must have politics, please scroll down)

14 comments:

  1. oh, man, is that CUUUTE! I'm glad it's Friday because I have a recent grad from the high school I work for coming this morning to learn watercolor. And dinner with dear friends tonight! HURRAH!
    I hope everyone has a great day, particularly including Mr and Mrs. AOW. xx

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  2. by the way, AOW...is that huge storm that damaged a campground with 3" hail and an apparent tornado anywhere near you? I hope you're safe.

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    1. Z,
      Thanks for asking.

      That storm was nowhere near us. Thank the Lord.

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  3. Well, we made it through another week. Consider it an achievement I guess! That ole pen has been working overtime.

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  4. A RED Squirrel! WOW! I've heard about them all my life, and seen pictures before, but have never encountered one in Nature == or in a zoo either for that mater.

    Anyway, i's great picture.

    Take each day as it comes, and get the most from it you can, and don't worry too much about tomorrow, because -- with any luck ;-) -- tomorrow may never
    come.

    The trouble with people is we waste too much time FRETTING when we should beLIVING.

    Consider the lilies of the field ...

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  6. It's Friday afternoon and all I wanna do is sleep...

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  7. Leisure time is overrated. We'd all be better off working till we dropped.

    Pierre Eyre

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  8. The more things change the more they stay the same. One can either subscribe to hope and have faith that maybe someday things will miraculously be better or, one can act and be the catalyst for changing ones circumstances and thereby life.

    Don't ask a politician for advise.

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  9. Rejoice, pray, in every thing give thanks... This is the will of God....

    Nice image!

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  10. Why yes, we see the immeasurable impact praying and and putting faith and belief in "the will of God" has had.

    The more things change the more they remain the same.

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    1. RN,
      You certainly have the right to your lack of personal faith.

      Conversely, Tammy and other Christians in this thread have the right to their personal faith without unnecessary derision from you.

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