Friday, October 24, 2014

Daily Ordinary for October 24, 2014

Celebrate big brown eyes and sloppy kisses - I'm talking 
the wigglie kind not BEBs kind. 
Sure do love those smooches from the littlest wiggle.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Daily Ordinary for October 21, 2014

Celebrate itsy, bitsy, teenie, tiny screws that hold 
your glasses together. Yes I had a screw loose. 
There, you are all set up for smart remarks!

Monday, October 20, 2014

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Daily Ordinary for October 19, 2014

Celebrate treads. I would be on my hiney more than not if not for the treads on my boots and shoes.

Friday, October 17, 2014

FARM FACT Friday for October 17, 2014


 Cows have 32 teeth - no top teeth in the front. On the top front, cows have a tough pad of skin instead of teeth.

Daily Ordinary for October 17, 2014

Celebrate bath tub drains. Oh what a pain to have to scoop water out of a tub instead of a flip of a lever.  

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

REWIND WEDNESDAY - Is Complaining Disrespectful to God?


It’s amazing what you can learn at 2:00 AM.

I was exhausted and could not hold my eyes open any longer so I hit the sheets at 9:30 PM. Not a good idea.

Around 2:00 AM my body must have thought it was time to get up from a long nap.

So, I got up and turned the TV on and did a little surfing.

I started to watch one of my favorite TV pastors. I am purposely not mentioning names because some of us will either lean in or get turned off by certain people. This revelation to me is too good for you to miss it just because you might not like the messenger.

Anyway, this is what he said that gave me a big “Ah ha”moment.

“Complaining about anything in your life, no matter what it is you are complaining about, is telling God that he isn’t doing a good enough job.”

He said it again.

“If you are complaining about your circumstances, your job, your life, no matter what, you are telling God ‘You aren’t doing a good enough job’.”

What do you think?

Psalm 139:16

New Living Translation (NLT)

16 You saw me before I was born.
Every day of my life was recorded in your book.
Every moment was laid out
before a single day had passed.

Celebrate the ordinary

Today is the only day you have. Don't wish it away, worry it away or plan it away. Your ordinary days add up to life.



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