If we were having coffee, I would be sharing myself. I would tell you that I am sorry that I didn’t post on Friday. So this is late for Friday and early for Monday. You see, I’ve been sick with the flu. Feeling quite miserable but toughing it out as best I can with cold and flu Alka Seltzer and rest. This is a new segment I’m adding to Susan’s Blog and will post each Sunday. I hope that you enjoy getting to know about my life and family.
If we were having coffee, I would thank you for reading my blogs so faithfully. I’ve blogged a little over a year now and blogging has grown from one blog to four blogs so I keep quite busy. This blog is still one of my favorites because it deals with Mental Heath and I have added Inspiration and Motivation to it. I hope you like the change. I think it is much less “clinical” and much more friendly and approachable being helpful for all who read my blog.
If we were having coffee, I’d tell you that we went to a place called Yogi Bear Campgrounds last evening and had a lot of fun. By “we”. I mean my daughter, son-in-law, the two grandkids ages 4 and 6, and me. At the campground, near Nashville, TN it is a drive through Light Show to music, Christmas songs. The lights dance and move in beat to the music and it is fabulous. Even though I was sick, I felt like a child again experiencing all the lights and sparkles and music. It was such fun and afterward we stopped at Baja Burrito for some dinner before going home. Everyone had a great time, but I really was tired by the time I got home and went to bed shortly after.
If we were having coffee, I would tell you that my granddaughter, age 6, went with her father on a date to see the New Star Wars movie this morning. She dressed up like Princess Leia from Star Wars and my son-in-law wore his Star Wars T-shirt. We are waiting for them to return home now. Oliver, who is only 4 stayed home with mom and me and is watching Micky Mouse on his Kindle.
If we were having coffee, I would tell you what a wonderful church service I listened to on my radio through my computer. It was from Christ the Cornerstone Church in St. Petersburg, FL and was my home church before moving to Nashville, TN last year. I still miss the church dearly, but keep in touch by email and through their Prayer Group site on Facebook. It was a truly blessed service today and is such a blessing to those who can’t easily get to church because of disability.
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If we were having coffee, I would tell you about the busy week coming up for Christmas and I would ask you to share with me what your plans are for Christmas. I would tell you that I hope you have a blessed holiday and I will be praying for you to be uplifted by your celebrations. Keep love in your heart and in your midst and all will be good for Christmas and other winter holidays.
Merry Christmas and God Bless You,