Posts Tagged ‘thoughts’

woke up to meet a cold, snow-covered morning 



 Thank You, Lord (warm house, breakfast, and coffee for starters)




And Not

Expressing It

Is Like

Wrapping A


And Not

Giving It

William Author Ward

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Just a cat out of the bag



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“One can’t complain. I have my friends. Someone spoke to me only yesterday.” – Eeyore



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My desktop background. (source: unknown)

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King Louie – the great dane puppy – has a home.

He’s been adopted and has moved to Greenville, SC.

“Acquiring a dog, may be the only time a person gets to choose a relative.” ~Unknown


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Autumn and Puppy doing a good job at it



King Louie (10 weeks) has a lot of growing to do. Anyone think they know what breed he is?


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More Than A Bucket List. Making Your Dreams, Passions, and Faith A Realty.

Toni Birdsong


pages 288

More Than a Bucket List : Making Your Dreams, Passions, and Faith a Reality, Thomas Nelson

Book Description

Fun ideas of things to do, places to see, and ways to make a difference!

Everyone dreams about places to see, people to meet, and things to do in their lifetime. But too often we lose sight of those dreams and get buried in everyday busyness and demands. More Than a Bucket List will inspire you to seize and act on a range of dreams—anything from visiting the Holy Land, donating your time at a soup kitchen, learning to climb a tree, or helping a child learn to read. The book also includes ideas to make lasting memories as you marvel at a new sight, laugh like crazy with an old friend, or change a life.

The compilation of bucket list items is divided thematically and blended with Scripture and personal stories. Pages at the back allow you to write your own bucket list items. Are you ready to finish this life well and start checking off items from your bucket list?

Here is a book that is filled with a list of Christian-minded ideas for your bucket list. It’s a cute hardcover book (6″x 5″) with ideas of things to do and places to go. The “more” part of the title is the bits of inspiration that accompany some of the bucket list ideas. Unfortunately many ideas in the book are costly and I can’t imagine many being able to seriously consider them; however, there are some ideas mentioned that are financially reasonable or even completely free. Silly ideas. Serious ideas. Some ideas I wouldn’t consider as a good suggestion like the “break the rules once in a while” since some of these are not showing good Christian judgement and behavior. But many ideas are good. I’m adding to my bucket list “live 100 percent complaint-free” after I successfully accomplish this thirty day goal. (Colossians 3:12)

Some “my bucket list” pages in the back are provided as a place to record your personal plan of action.

Disclosure of Material Connection: This book was provided, by Booksneeze, in exchange for an honest opinion. No other compensation was received. 

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Not a bad way to spend a Monday.

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