I learn something new everyday…and as the old timer says, it’s often the same thing I learned yesterday.
This week has been busy, starting with Sunday, Mother’s Day. For many churches it was a first day back in the saddle.
I’ve been trying to gain back strength after a reaction to medicine last fall, and it has been a long road but it has nothing to do with the current troubles.
It was good to get back into the swing of things. We had a small family gathering for Mother’s Day. My youngest son exchanged vows with his intended, and we had a lovely cake baked by my daughter for the event. My littlest granddaughter was certain the cake was for ‘Grammie’, and we allowed her to be happy that she had brought Grammie a cake.
Many people these last few months have come to realize the value of family and community. Having been raised in a different era and under different circumstances, the family has always been important to me. It could also be part of our Scots-Irish heritage that gave us the clans. Where we go one, we go all, seems to come naturally to us.
I try to post two or more times per week, therefore I’m trying to make up for the lost time. Monday Big Fuzzy and I worked a lot on getting “If I Should Die”, ready for publication on June first. The ebook should be ready and we’re working on the print version. Tuesday was just Tuesday, and here we are on Wednesday. More news later.
“I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.”
(Psalms 37:25 KJV)