Friday, May 7, 2010


Why are we suppose to title anything that we journal/blog about? Why should we begin sentences with capital letters? Why does it bug me if I don't use as close to correct punctuation as possible? Why do people always capitalize the word I but not the word you? Welp, forget it. It's going out the window. NOW.

ok forget the fact that i realize Yall might disagreance w/me bout all this? its my blogspot, my front porch' sometimes i wonder if a person with natural born mis-wiring and mis-firing ever truly has a time come at some point later in life where they dont really experience it anymore~ it"s true>You have no idea and neither do i about why im writing this{ point is that there isn%t one. i just am so glad to be done with school for the semester and over the hurdle of math050$ im grateful about it too funny since my teacher held up my final test for me to see my score my mind seems to have immediately went n has since been on shut down+

shut down is for factories when they are doing building repairs n crap like that=

shut down ` anyways i so like my new job and cannnnnot seem to go to sleep for thinking} i :rise n shine: this morning at 3/30am n have not got really sleepy yet; going to be a great event to work{ next best thing to participating in it-

guess i better go get a morning shower n consider what to do next^ soooo. signing off til next years blog journal now?


Friday, September 18, 2009

Some Things Learned, Others Yet To Come

So far in life, I've learned a lot things and while I don't believe that when I die I can take what wisdom I have with me, I do believe it's with me and is a big part of what can shape my life while I'm on this earth. Of course I believe I can have "all the wisdom in the world", but without it being put to use I remain in ignorance.

Although philosophies and parables have almost always held my interest, I have learned that to know them is only but to know about them, but to live them is to understand them. I have learned that the idea of what wisdom is is among other things to be disagreed upon. I've learned that what one person calls ignorance, another calls bliss. On the other hand, I've learned that to some ignorance is bliss.

I've learned that while "silence is golden", it is also enlightening. I've learned that saying less is more. I've learned that many people, including myself (many times in the past), fear and dist-trust silence. I've learned that I appreciate silence more than elevator or B.S. conversation. I've learned that the only time I really enjoy words anymore is when they being spoken between God and me, and that I enjoy the casual words when most only when I am with my love and my family. (That's why I save them up for special occasions of spending time with them:):)

Now, my tribute to silence:

Until next time,
Love is peace,

Sunday, September 13, 2009

My Prayer for Today

Dear God, thank you so much for my little dog, LiddyRae. Only you know how much I love her and how special she is to me. Thank you for allowing me to be blessed by her sweet and loving spirit and for all the smiles that her playful nature brings to me. Please help me to always be a great mama to her and for her to somehow know just how much I love her. Please keep her healthy, happy, and safe with long life and help me to always be able to keep and take good care of her. When I look in her eyes I see you and I think you are beautiful. Thank you for extending your love to me through my sweet little LiddyRae. In Jesus' name I pray, Amen.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Beauty Of The Mountain

From the surface, it seems so dry and enormous. So much to learn, tame, and conquer. Learning survival is a must to overcome the mountainous ranges that stand ahead. One must decide what tools to carry along, according to what he/she believes serves best for his/her journey. Character can be transformed in the climb. Spirit can be stregthened or broken in the climb. Mind can be shattered or enlightened in the climb.
Life is full of mountains. Standing at the bottom can be a great experience. But, after so long of standing and/or journeying around the base of the mountain one develops the high potential become conditioned and rigid. To prevent the process of stagnation, one must begin to climb.
Not all paths are already drilled or cut out for the climber. There are times when the climber must work at claering and going about his/her own path. There are other times when previous climbers have been there and have already cut out a pathway which can serve as use to the current climber. Sometimes these pre-made paths serve and sometimes they don't. Reasoning varies from stregnth of the ledge or rock vs. weight of the current climber, etc... When this occurs, the climber must establish a plan, in which he/she must use his/her own tools, and work as best as he/she knows how to make a safe step to the next height of the mountain, which in the end still puts the current and past climbers having all reached for the same goal...the top of the mountain.
Sometimes it's nice to stop, rest, and observe on the way up. In these times, a lot can be learned and it can be a great time of restoration for the rest of the journey.
At the top of each mountain, the eagle's eye view makes the long climbs worth it all. Looking downward, the climber doesn't neccessarily count the steps it took to get to the top, but most likely recalls each increase in drive to push on upward.
Enjoy each journey. They are never as long as they seem.
"Til next time,
Love and peace,

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

In Silence We Sit

Sometimes its more, the knowing that someone who cares is sitting with us, than a thousand words being spoken to us. This blog is about that. I'm asking you to reflect with me on the gift of being without being alone. Today my heart needs someone to only be with me. If you want to sign your name to let me know that you are sitting with me in my blog room, that is a beautiful gift, but for this one, please no comments, just the gift of being in silence.

Psalm 121

Psalm 121
1 I will lift up my eyes to the hills-
From whence comes my help?
2 My help comes from the Lord,
Who made heaven and earth.
3 He will not allow your foot to be moved;
He who keeps you will not slumber.
4 Behold, He who keeps Israel
Shall neither slumber nor sleep.
5 The Lord is your keeper;
The Lord is your shade at your
right hand.
6 The sun shall not strike you by day, Nor the moon by night. 7 The Lord shall preserve you from evil; He shall preserve your soul. 8 The Lord shall preserve your going out and your coming in from this time forth, and even forevermore.

Monday, August 31, 2009

Power Washing

Ladies and gentlemen, family, friends, and neighbors, I am honored to have recieved an award. This is from my most favorite sister-in-law, "A", who also blogs at . She is an accomplished blogger. If you haven't read her blogs yet, follow the link and check her out.

I would like to pass this award on to one of my best friends ever, Sharon, who blogs at . She is a wonderful sister, friend, and blogger. You won't regret going to read at either of these blogspots. Thank you Amy and thank you Sharon for the one you gave me a long time ago. I didn't know how to do it then, and although you told me how, I didn't understand. Anyways, Here's to you guys:)

I want to be back at this place, lying stomache down on the rocks with the water running on my face. I want to feel the cleansing power of it washing away my worries and anxieties while cleaning the somewhat fogginess from my mind's eye. I want to be clear again in seeing my blessings instead of all caught up in asking, "Why?" I really don't want to stay there, although right now I feel I do. I just want to get away, God, to where it's only me and You.
I think I will.