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For Today…September 7, 2009

Outside My Window…the temperature is rising and clouds are building.  We are in store for afternoon thunder boomers and glorious rain in Southeast Mississppi.

I am thinking…of the many things I need to do today and how to justify centering on things I’d rather do.  🙂

From the learning room…the stack of non-fiction reading material grows faster than I can ingest and digest it.

I am thankful for…and to God, family, church and country.  I’m thankful for freedom and those that have insured we have it.

From the kitchen…comes the sound of silence.  Absolutely nothing is happening in that room at present time.  For that I am also thankful.

I am wearing…a brown Indian import dress I’ve had for almost two decades.  It’s comfortable, and each time I think of deleting it from my wardrobe, I balk and wait for another time.  I’m wearing an apron over it and nothing on my feet.

I am creating…a surprise for a new bloggy friend.

I am going…to stay as close to home as possible today.  If we don’t have an emergency we’ll not leave this place.

I am reading…several books at once.  Per usual my Bible reading is ongoing.  In addition, I’m reading Culture of Corruption by Michelle Malkin,  The Pictureland of the Heart by William Allen Knight, Peter H. Odegard’s The American Republic, and Confronting Jezebel by Steve Sampson.

I am hearing…the lulling whir of fans.

Around the house…there is much to be done…inside and out.  But today is Labor Day…a day for relaxation.  (Go figure.)

One of my favorite things…is spending time with our grandkids.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week:

My true love has physical therapy on Tuesday and a follow-up doctor’s appointment on Wednesday. We’ll go to church on Wednesday evening.  Saturday we’ll visit with my parents.

Here is a picture thought I am sharing…though it shows more than I care to divulge (the chair I long to replace, the dust I’m saving for prosperity…) this picture picture depicts the spirit of spontaneity and love-of-life of our granddaughter Rachel.


and…a friendly game of Candy Land with Preston and Rachel.  Would you believe they showed me no mercy?


He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?  Micah 6:8


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This book is an amazing wealth of mind-boggling information impeccably backed up by facts and sources.  It reveals just exactly who is behind the scene pulling the puppet strings we call government.  I’ve read it with hanging jaw and bulging eyes…I don’t consider myself naive, but never did I imagine the corruption runs so deep.  I can’t recommend this book more highly…but it’s not for the faint of heart or those prone to burying their heads in the sand like an ostrich.  I challenge any uninformed “liberal” to read Culture Of Corruption for an eye-opening reality check.  You might be surprised who you blindly support.

Michelle Malkin’s writing style is superb and makes for an excellent read…her biting wit, sharp as a two-edged sword, supplies comic relief in what would otherwise be too much reality to sanely process.  Michelle’s analysis of the Obama/Chicago political machine leaves no more to the imagination than do sun worshipers on a nudist beach.  Culture of Corruption truly is a must-read bestseller.

Until next time…

Integrity rings like fine glass. True, clear and reassuring.  ~ Pam Brown ~

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