Monday, November 18, 2013
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Saturday, March 30, 2013
I spent this morning with Jesus. Looking up a a representation of Him hanging on a cross. In the early morning hours. Thinking about what He had done for me. To save me. To save you...if you will allow it. Sometimes I forget...or just don't think about...His crucifixion. The pain. The agony. Being alone. I felt a smidgen of that this morning. But the longer I was there, the more at peace I felt. For I am loved. By the Creator. His Son. His Holy Spirit. I am one of His own. I am His child. I will have reason to celebrate on Sunday. For He lives! If all you and your family have to look forward to tomorrow is some chocolate candy in a basket, let me tell you this...There's more. Much more...Jesus Christ died for you and then rose again to give you eternal life. All you have to do is accept Him. It's that simple. Really. And when you do, life takes on a whole new meaning. One with purpose. One with joy. Thank you, Jesus.
Monday, February 11, 2013
I was able to visit St. Louis, MO, last week and got to visit the Gateway Arch. It was a wonderful experience, especially when this eagle flew below me along the Mississippi River. How cool is that? Please click on the photos to enlarge them for better viewing.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Please click on these photos to enlarge them for the optimum view.
To me, it is worth venturing down to Windsor Ruins just to walk underneath this magnificent tree. It has been around for a long, long time and has been a sentinel to Windsor Ruins for many a year.
Monday, January 14, 2013
If you have not been by Margaret's Grocery on North Washington Street in a while, get ready for a shock. The monument that the late Rev. H.D. Dennis built for his wife, Margaret, is quickly disappearing as seen in these photos taken in the last few days. Major pieces of the structure have now fallen and many other pieces have disappeared. Only a couple of the signs are readable. The Ark of the Covenant, which used to be on the front porch, is gone and the rocking chair has disappeared in the last couple of month. I don't know what shape the interior of the home is in, but the lock on the bus is still intact, but I don't know for how much longer.