Spread the Love Friday – Quiet Moments with Nature

Do you ever feel like your life is spinning out of control? Do you feel so stressed that your heart is racing? . . . We rush around everyday and never slow down long enough to enjoy the beauty around us. The colors were so pure and vibrant. There was a gentle breeze and fragrance of flowers in the air. We never feed the birds, but our yard sounds like a bird sanctuary. I watched this one little bird. . .

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Forgiveness Thursday – Enjoy Your Family

Of all the people in our lives, the people who can cause the most pain and who we can hurt the most, are our family members. It’s the type of hurt that can sometimes be hard to forget. Even if you cannot forget, make it a priority to forgive and ask for forgiveness. We only have our family members for a short time . . .

MYSTERY BLOGGER AWARD

I’m honored to share that Hot Shot Headlines nominated me for the Mystery Blogger Award.  I have never received this award, and to be considered touches my heart. Thank you Laura Beth! Here is the link to the post where I was nominated. Mystery Blogger Award What is the Mystery Blogger Award? “Mystery Blogger Award” is…

Sunshine Blogger Award

Posted by Hisperfecttiming.blog on June 29, 2017 SUNSHINE BLOGGER AWARD   Hi everyone, This is Kay from hisperfecttiming.blog.  I am pleased and thankful to be nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by Tashnee.v.Mavee. Her blog is all about of affordable fashion and feeling good about yourself without spending everything you have in the bank.  The information…

Try Something New Tuesday – Out of Bad Comes Good

Sometimes we find that out of the bad comes something good, and out of darkness, light. For instance, I’ve been sick, so my husband I are trying a new eating plan to replace bad stomach bacteria with good. Another example is I heard from my cousin who lives in Seattle last night. It’s the first time I have spoken to him in years. I’m excited that he will be visiting us this week, but his visit is due to a funeral. . .

Take Care of Your Temple Saturday

One thing that has been on my mind since I’ve been in the hospital, and even before, is how I need to take better care of my body. After all, I Corinthians 6:19-20 tells us that our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, we should care for our bodies the same way we would care for our churches. . .

Spread the Love Friday – You Can Do It Everywhere!

Happy Friday! I’m posting today from the hospital. For my followers who struggle with Rheumatoid Arthritis and similar autoimmune diseases, you’ll understand when I explain that some of the medications we take actually hurt our immune systems and make it difficult to fight off illnesses, food poisoning and other things that don’t seem to bother others. We are . . .

Try Something New Tuesday – Respect

Something I learned from an early age was manners. It’s interesting how lessons learned early in life are instilled for a lifetime. My parents were consistently correcting me on how to address adults. The words “yep”, “yes”, “yeah”, “no” and “nope” were not acceptable. The proper answer to a question was “yes ma’am”, yes sir”, “no ma’am”, or “no sir”. Adults were not called by first names, but . . .

Tell Me Something Good Monday – Summer Memories

Saturday I was watching my grandson play and I was reminded of the summers when I was growing up. There was plenty of ice-cold sweet tea, and tomato sandwiches. We spent most of our time in the summer at my grandmother’s farm, where there was work to be done in the field, but at least part of the day was spent playing house in the hay loft, and lying in the pasture watching the clouds. . .

Praise the Lord Sunday – Thank God for Fathers

I think sometimes the importance of fathers is overlooked. In our family the fathers are the ones who provide financial stability. When mom is on maternity leave, dad is doing everything he can to make sure the bills are paid. My sweet husband worked two jobs for more than twenty years to make sure our children had everything they needed. Dad is the one who teaches his sons. . .