I thank God for our place that he has given to us for all these years.
Sometimes I get so lonely to see my loved ones. I really want them to enjoy what God has given to us as much as I enjoy recieving them.
Believe me I don't deserve them but God still smiles on me and always lets me know that he loves me.
His handy work yesterday was no exception.
If you want to see more shots please go to the previous blog.
This next shot is of Larry coming home from his dialysis and it was about 12:15. The archway was still there.
Don't worry, this morning the trees are standing back up after the snow melted.
Of course Larry would not have had a good day if he had not had any snow to eat. haha! After I took the shot he spit it out.
No ice cream snow this year.
No pictures today. It is extremely cold outside and I really don't want to go out into the weather.
I hope each of you will have a great day and that you will enjoy what God has sent our way for a day or two.
He knows what we need when we need it the most.
Take care and I love all of you.
Love to all,
Maw Maw Birt
Back in January I wrote something out of a calander that my sister Joyce sent to me for Christmas.
It has a new story for each month and I said I would share the new one with you guys each month. I failed to send the one for February. So here it is and I hope you enjoy reading it.
Thanks again Joyce for this very special gift.
The Story of Two Very Different Sisters
One is here, one is there. One is a little taller than the other. They have two different styles of hair, two different outlooks on life, two very differnet views from thier windows. Both have different tomorrows ahead. Each is unique in so many ways. Each has her own story with all the busy things going on in the present. Each has different work to do and different demands on the day. Each has a separate destination and a distinctly different path to get there. But, for all the things that might be different and unique about them... These two sisters will always share so much. They will always be the best family and friends, entwined together through all the days of their lives. Their love will always be very special: gentle and joyful when it can be, strong and giving when it needs to be, reminding them, no matter how different their stories turn out....
They share the incredibly precious gift of being "sisters." When you think of some of the best things this world has to offer, a blessing like that is really...what it's all about.
I want to thank God for ALL my sister's. They are and always will be a wonderful memory in my mind.