This time of year with the NCAA Basketball tournament, supporters and team members alike proudly wear their team’s colors. Individual teams often emblazon slogans on their t-shirts. Slogans meant to fire up the team. One such inspiring challenge read: “Unfinished Business.” Their team had not yet accomplished their goal for the year—a victorious season. This … More Finished Business
No. I did not misspell. It is Pi. As in 3.14, though people do sometimes celebrate the day by making / buying and eating pie. All sorts of pie. Pizza pie. Fruit pie. Cream pie. Maybe even pasties like savory meat and vegetable pies. (And no, I did not misspell that word either.) So what … More Happy Pi Day!
Several years ago, I began my daily tradition to look for and find gratitude as part of my morning time with God. I highly recommend the practice of gratefulness in/for small and large things. In the midst of my extra struggles this year, I also look for things to make me smile. Here is an … More Thanksgiving Wishes for 2022
Some Patriotic Music to Celebrate this Important Day
He is Risen! Christ, the Passover Lamb is risen just as He said. Passover begins at Sundown, Friday, April 15th. Resurrection Sunday is April 17th. © 2022 SuZan Klassen. All Rights Reserved.
If you read my posts regularly, you know how I occasionally like to mention some of the holidays. The February calendar has many things to celebrate. First, three of the more traditionally important dates. Then below that, a brief list of more humorous or light-hearted days. February 12 is President Abraham Lincoln’s birthday Why not … More February Calendar
Click on the link below to hear the choir sing. Enjoy their rendition along with the video. God has blessed our country. May He continue to do so. America The Beautiful
Flowers bloomed all around us. Blue skies with soft puffy clouds lazily floated overhead. It was a lovely morning when we visited Jerusalem’s Garden Tomb. The temperature perfect, a soft breeze like a gentle kiss on the skin. Strains of music come to me now as I remember that day: “Was it a morning like … More He is Risen
Do you hate February? One of my friends considers this month the absolute worst of the whole year—mainly because she despises winter. But February has several interesting national holidays that just might lift her spirits and yours if the winter blahs are getting you down, too. February 1 National Freedom Day – We have numerous … More FEBRUARY
While you’re preparing your grocery list for Thanksgiving give some thought to relationships. There’s more to the day than food and football. Consider relieving the things that stress you out. We’ve all had enough stress this year. One of my friends complained about a previous Thanksgiving. “We went to my husband’s family. The … More Prepare for Thanksgiving