Do you need some encouragement? The Return blessed my soul this past Saturday. Prayers offered to God put things in proper perspective. Worship music gave him the honor due his holy name. It is amazing how praise and thanksgiving to God embolden a person’s heart. Yellow flowers symbolize JOY. The photo above taken at Valles … More ENCOURAGEMENT
September 2020 commemorates several significant events. Among them are the 19th anniversary of September 11 and the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower. This is also the month many will gather in the U.S. Capitol for prayer. • The Return is a specific day set apart for a sacred assembly on the … More National Day of Prayer
Dutifully I put on my mask before entering Chipotle’s dining room. The large lunchtime crowd dutifully stood in line the recommended six feet apart. It used to be that you could tell who was in line because those who had already placed their order stood politely to the side. But now, it’s a bit of … More Corona Civility?
Here’s an idea to get you out of the house, take a short trip, and practice social distancing all at the same time. Since travel has been curtailed for so many, why not take a drive far out into the country for some stargazing? September Sky Events: For most accurate viewing times see your local … More September Sky
All the discount stores and office supply stores have back-to-school sales. Now is the perfect time to shop. 1. Pick up a school supply list for your favorite local charity. Some schools have opened. Fill the list and drop it off following the instructions of the charity. Covid-19 issues have changed some of the regulations. … More Stock-Up Office Supplies
When do the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few? Or, when do the needs of the few outweigh the needs of the many? It seems to me we’ve been engaged in a nationwide experiment juxtaposing these two questions. Some of the decisions made for our protection do not seem much like … More Dentist During COVID-19
This is what a peaceful march looks like. No bats. No bricks. No guns. No destroyed homes or communities. No injuries. No murdered men, women or children. Cops & Communities (from every race, gender, religion, etc) in NY gathering together & singing on the Brooklyn Bridge. The people are awake & ready to remove the … More Brooklyn Bridge Peace March
During the coronavirus quarantine, many of us have been doing more reading. My husband and I developed a routine every morning. We read aloud to each other whatever was of interest. I dusted off some poems I hadn’t read for a while. One morning we discussed the poem, Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. … More Hiawatha