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Worship: Remembering God

The word worship had always been a concrete term to me as a kid, but slowly grew into a more abstract term as I mature. As a kid, worship meant: to sing of how wonderful God is to us. 467 more words

Tubster Tuesday 

Good morning furiends!😺 ☕ 🐈

It’s Tubster time again – honestly I don’t think the humans around here will ever quit missing him -and I know I won’t! 78 more words


Why I like Memorial Day

It’s a ritual of the living.

We set aside a time to remember.

First, those who have fallen

defending freedom.

Then the others. 385 more words


Memorial Day

it is getting late on Memorial Day in the U.S. I have had a post in mind for a couple of days but must confess I did not get it done. 400 more words


Remembering Our Fallen

“We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.”

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When I was little and living with my grandparents, Memorial Day was a time to go and “decorate” the graves of family. In fact, my grandmother often called it “Decoration Day.”  I didn’t know the focus was on those who had served and died. 728 more words

{Miscellaneous Mondays} Thank You

Sometimes I forget why we celebrate certain holidays, especially these long-weekend ones that often end up being an excuse to forget about school and play games with my family. 385 more words

Miscellaneous Mondays