But I don’t want that!
What do you want?
You can’t have ice cream for breakfast, you have to eat something healthy.
I don’t want something healthy, I want ice cream. I only like ice cream.
This is better for you.
I won’t eat it. I will only eat ice cream. I’d rather starve.
Just about every parent of a child older than three has had this conversation. What will you continue here
Our little grandson loves to ride with Papa in the golf cart. Part of the thrill is that he thinks he’s he’s in control. He likes to telland Papa where and when to turn. If he had his way, the rides would last much longer and go much further than they do.
Eventually though, Papa takes over and brings them home. But until the final decision is made, our grandson is in charge. He has designated himself read more here
I’ve recently heard of a focus among many Christians that has been described as both a “new movement” and “a forgotten way” – something mystical that will enhance our Christian walk. New? Old? Which is it? And what are we missing out on that is simultaneously newly discovered, and recovered? Continue here
While I was in England visiting my son and his family recently, we took a side trip to Italy! It was so much fun, and, since it was my first trip to Rome and Pisa, I’m sure I’ll be sharing about that soon (with photos). However, as most of you know, travel can have unplanned issues, and that’s what I want to talk about today.
After a couple days in Pisa, and then another couple in Rome, my little granddaughter became, let’s say,
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. – Proverbs 3:5-6 NIV
In the last week I’ve received three messages from three different friends who are each weighing a decision regarding read more here
How many weedy people do you know? Are you weedy?
Weeds are easy to spot continue here
Hiking on a canyon top requires, one would think, a minimal amount of common sense and somewhat of an awareness of potential danger. Apparently not.
Brian and I were keep reading here