Christmas Decorations

Our front yard is finally finished. The last finishing touches were pine branches compliments of the woods near our home and too many trips up and down the hill. Lugging large branches and a tote full of smaller ones. Got the last load of pine as the snow began to touch down.   One of... Continue Reading →

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“A Random Act of Christmas Kindness”

A great and inspirational idea and post

Being Lydia!

christmastreeThe blogosphere, and the world wide web in general, have opened up a whole new way of meeting people.

Through my blog, I have “met” and friended so many of you. And I have made contacts as well through blogging groups. I joined Chronic Illness Bloggers, where I met other bloggers who have similar circumstances as me. One of those people led me to another group “Invisible Illness Awareness Worldwide”.

And I can’t forget Twitter. I started following anyone who was dealing with any aspect of chronic health. There, is where I met Jess.

Jess Trigwell is a young woman from Hailsham in East Sussex, U.K. She is a wife and a very loving Mom of a young boy. Jess also has fibromyalgia – but like she says on her Twitter page, “It doesn’t have me.”

I will let Jess tell you in her own words the significance of this post’s title.

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” The Lord Our Shield “

Precious Sheep Of Renown

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The Lord is so many things to us and His protection is a shield around our life! He is our deliverer from death and we wait upon Him for our help. (Psalm 33:18-20).  Behold, the eye of the Lord is upon them that fear him, upon them that hope in his mercy; To deliver their soul from death, and to keep them alive in famine. Our soul waiteth for the Lord: he is our help and our shield.

Not one good thing is held from those who put their complete trust in the Lord God. He is always merciful and is ever present in the time of trouble to shield us. (Psalm 84:9-12).  Behold, O God our shield, and look upon the face of thine anointed. For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my…

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