My goodness where has the time gone? It’s now December and wasn’t it just January a minute ago or something like that. Let’s hope we have a good month and may we finish 2022 well. Grace and peace to you all.
Last Christmas I gave you my heart…
Today is traditionally one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Early risers will pound the pavement and sometimes one another for the best deals. The whole thing can be chaotic and sometimes violent. It’s not worth it for a TV or computer. For those working today like my Sister my heart goes out to them. I call on all of us to be kind, respectful and mindful of their position. Retail is hard work and on days like today it can be harder than usual.
May the odds be ever in your quest for the bargains you seek. Be kind in the process. Love and peace good people.
Dear friends, I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving today. During this time may we remember those who make our lives better. Be thankful for what we have and don’t sweat the rest. It’s important to recognize that this holiday is tough for some and does have its own issues but through reconciliation and love it can be a new way forward of gratitude and peace. However, you celebrate may you be safe and have fun. Thanks to those who serve during this day.
A little inside information in advance of tomorrow’s American Thanksgiving holiday. Interesting stuff if you ask me.
This morning I’m drinking Oat Nog Latte from Chattanooga coffee spot, Sunnyside Cup. It’s tasty and warm on a Tuesday. Enjoy your Tuesday brews.
Walmart is being generous this year.
Today is Good Friday and the beginning of Passover. To all my friends who are celebrating both, I wish you the grace and peace of God, and may this be a time to remember our shared connections. No matter how you are celebrating be sure to think of those in need and who are suffering especially in places of war, famine and distress.
For the Jew, Passover is a sign of salvation, of “God with us” at a particular historical moment in the past. For the Christian, Easter is a sign of “God with us” in the past, but with us now also and at a time to come, as well.Author: Joan D. Chittister