No refuse is not a typo in the title, I did not mean refuge, I meant refuse. In my little corner of the world, today is garbage day. On my morning drive I passed quite a few garbage cans and plastic bags all waiting for the truck to come by and collect them. Garbage day … Continue reading Day of Refuse
In the movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Indiana searches for the mythical Holy Grail - the supposed cup of Christ used to initiate the Lord's Supper and catch drops of his blood at the cross. (DISCLAIMER: I do not believe in the existence of such cup as a holy relic.) In a climatic … Continue reading He Chose Poorly
We had a Tom Cat named Boots, he is a roamer, we are not sure where or if he is at this moment. We also had a stray, Little Bit, who adopted us and had two litters of kittens before she died defending the second set from a pack of stray dogs. Of her litters … Continue reading Care for the Demanding
I quit! I have had enough! I'm tired! I'm worn out! I'm frustrated! I cannot take anymore! I am resigning today!I am quitting, you cannot change my mind! Do NOT try to talk me out of it. I refuse to second guess my decision to quit! My mind is made up, my decision is final!Honestly, … Continue reading I Quit!
Not long ago I went to a restaurant and had concerns when the wait staff assigned to my table had a tongue stud induced speech impediment, something gold protruding from the side of a nostril, and a gold loop through their left eyebrow. This event can left me wondering how sanitary can all that be? … Continue reading Tattoo My Face, Pierce My Ear, My Nose, My Tongue, My . . .
Lamuel's mother lists the Godly attributes of a worthy woman in Proverbs 31. Paul describes widows who are worthy in 1 Timothy 5:4ff. Yesterday evening my family and I had an often repeated treat. One of the widows from Parrish invited us into her home as she does regularly for my family and many others … Continue reading Widows Worthy of Honor