I have to say that, in a lot of ways, life has been kinda rough this year.
But every single time I even think about feeling sorry for myself, something or someone comes along in my life to remind me just how good I have it.
If nothing else, I have lived 53 years, even if I didn't always make the most of every day.
My older brother Paul died in 2001 at age 41.
I have lived twelve years more than he got to.
Thank you God, for all of your many blessings in my life.
Thank you God, for my life, my wife, daughters, sister-in-law, and son-in-law, and all the others I've been blessed to call family and friends, but who have moved on from this life.
God please bless America, though we're more wicked than ever and might not deserve your blessing.
I know for sure we didn't deserve Jesus, and you sent him and he came willingly, and the Holy Spirit bore Him up and now guides us here while we wait for Jesus' return.
Happy Thanksgiving and God bless whomever might read this, whenever you read this.
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Sunday, November 22, 2015
"...Socialist governments traditionally do make a financial mess. They always run out of other people's money. It's quite a characteristic of them. They then start to nationalise everything, and people just do not like more and more nationalisation..." -- Margaret Thatcher
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
The last few days, with the islamic terrorist attacks in Paris, I've read and digested as much as I can.
Then President Obama speaks and all that I though I had digested curdles and makes me want to puke.
President Obama is the weakest, wimpiest President, well, certainly in my 53 years here.
So, instead of continuing to whine about the non-existent leadership from "the leader of the free world," I will post a pretty picture.
Posting a pretty picture for people to look at is at least as effective as President Obama's non-response to islamic terrorism in this world.
Photo taken at Melbourne Harbor Marina, Melbourne, Fla., on November 10, 6:49am.
|Nikon D750, Nikkor 28-300mm lens at 190mm, f/32 , 1/20sec., ISO 100|