Dear Parent… Now it begins!

This is so cute.  Baby arguing with daddy.

The first of many arguments to come.

(Or maybe baby was warning daddy to be careful by pointing to all the dangerous places outside?)


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Originally posted on HarsH ReaLiTy:

Modern day Cathedrals of Steel, you stand as an example for man. But what example is it that you set? Who is being worshiped upon stage lit by flashing bulbs and never ending cameras. It matters not if housed between those walls are the most spiritual of people because they are not of the people anymore. They are religious movie stars and how amusing that so many in this world turn a blind eye to the mansions that mirror these plastic churches. Who dwells in that fine house that sits in the shadow of the MegaChurch that feeds it? Does God live there as well?

No… only a man. A man with other people’s money.

-Opinionated Man

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I had a dream

Now I am old and feeling gray I don’t know what is left to say…

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Time for Worship (mix #3)

So I can see a new tomorrow.

My dreams like nets were thrown.

But, the angels are older and they lead me Farther On.

T’was grace that taught my heart to fear…  and grace my fears relieved.

How Precious…

As Thou hast been, Thou forever wilt be.



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Three Things in Life


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Is It The End Of The World As We Know It?

Interesting, these four blood moons that are to reveal themselves within the year.

So, is it the end of the world as we know it?  Who knows?  But, I am ready for some excitement in my life and maybe this might just be the excitement I am looking for…  NOT!

I know where my hope lies, and I feel fine!

Maybe the aliens will be landing soon? ;)

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Writing to Heal

Secular Science Approves of My Self Therapy!

Yes, my therapy of writing to heal has worked wonders!  I really do not know what I would have done without Me Blog these past couple years.  It, along with all of those who care to follow, have given me the strength I needed to endure another day.  Being rejected by a child that you bore and loved is the worst thing possible to ever happen to a person.  It still grieves me so much to think about the cruelty (defined:callous indifference to or pleasure in causing pain and suffering) of putting me, and not just me, but, our whole side of the family and friends, in such a situation of being treated as though our lives mean and have meant nothing to this person.  No person, especially one who calls themselves Christian, should ever treat another person with such disregard.  It was and is like we were just to be used for her and her husbands gain.  They took what they could get out of all of us and when they thought we had nothing more to give…  they dumped us.

One thing I do know about life is that the saying “do unto to others as you would have done unto you” is so true.  One day providence will come around and kick those where the sun don’t shine.  How sad will be that day for her and them.

Writing to Heal

Vivé Griffith
University of Texas at Austin
Thu, 09 Oct 2008 21:26 CDT

Dr. James Pennebaker
For nearly 20 years, Dr. James W. Pennebaker has been giving people an assignment: write down your deepest feelings about an emotional upheaval in your life for 15 or 20 minutes a day for four consecutive days. Many of those who followed his simple instructions have found their immune systems strengthened. Others have seen their grades improved. Sometimes entire lives have changed.

Pennebaker, a professor in the Department of Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin and author of several books, including Opening Up and Writing to Heal, is a pioneer in the study of using expressive writing as a route to healing. His research has shown that short-term focused writing can have a beneficial effect on everyone from those dealing with a terminal illness to victims of violent crime to college students facing first-year transitions.

“When people are given the opportunity to write about emotional upheavals, they often experience improved health,” Pennebaker says. “They go to the doctor less. They have changes in immune function. If they are first-year college students, their grades tend to go up. People will tell us months afterward that it’s been a very beneficial experience for them.”

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So, a big thanks to those out there who through my writing have read, heard, and encouraged me when I was in need!

I am Blessed!



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