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I thank my precious Abba Father (Creator God) for all He has allowed, is allowing, & will allow in my life! May all the glory for any modest successes achieved on this lifestyle changing journey be His & His alone! Amen & Amen!

Life is good - it always has been - however, there is a special new sweetness to it since I determined to stop playing around & get serious about following my program.

Like I said - life is good!

P.S. ~

The 'Twin Visitors" photograph was taken in early July. I looked out the window & had the pleasant experience of being eye-to-eye with one of them. Their Mama was right with them in the trees outside the window. They were so adorably cute!

My dearly treasured "Mr.V" quickly got the camera & took a few photographs. I think it is so cute how one seems to be posing for the picture to be snapped, while his twin is eagerly following their Mama!

Member Since: 7/6/2008

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My goal is to keep my current fitness level (or improve upon it) as I age.

My Program:
For now:

Keeping abstinence!

Portion control!

Staying within daily calorie allotment.

Walking daily! Using the 'Walk Away the Pounds' workout & Richard Simmon's "Walk Across America" tape.

I love Richard! He is one dear person! And someone I would so enjoy meeting!

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I am the most happy wife of the dearest & most thoughtful man of integrity alive.

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The Lord God Almighty, my Creator, & His Son, my Lord Savior, Jesus Christ, are the Center of my very being. May it always be thus! Amen!

My two favorite pastimes are spending the moments of my days with my most beloved "MrV" & in deep research/study of the rich & wonderful Word of God (Holy Bible). Oh, the many fascinating facts to be understood by delving into the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ & Creator God's plan of redemption for mankind through His Son alone!

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    emoticon for leaving a comment on my page. It will be emoticon to grow in the Lord together on this site! I'm trying to connect what it means to be holy (not perfect). I need to get back to that close relationship with the Lord. Diane emoticon
    7 days ago
    Cousins Rebellion", coffee at Larry's 90+ year old aunts place, that's where most of the goodies are going, and visiting, then a cook out for dinner(lunch) before we say ours good byes, and Aunt Dorothy can nap. Hopefully they will eat all that I bring and will take a couple loaves uncut for her to enjoy some other time. There is only 13 of us, so nothing big. Rebellion instead of reunion, came from one of the cousins so that is what we called it. We basically are doing it for the aunt, she is over 90, and does really well alone, just tires easily. Came up to see Larry, once when he was still in the coma, and again before he went to the nursing home, and again at the home. She's got grit, and a very considerate daughter.
    7 days ago
    Thank you so much for the 'Goodie'! Phylis

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    7 days ago
    My son-in-law will disappear when he visits with our daughter and he will be on the bed, reading.

    My mother would not allow us to read during meal time and I would have to skip dinner if there was something on TV that I wanted to see. We didn't move the TV around and yet Mom knew that I didn't want to be interrupted. Dad had dinner served to him when he came in. Most of the time, Mom would just say, "Leave the TV off until after dinner." Then I wouldn't get engrossed in a movie.

    I think I have given my favorite reads to others. When I get enjoyment out of a book, I want to share it with another. Rather than loan something and become upset if it isn't returned to me, I'd rather just give it away.

    My Fried Green Tomatoes video and The Hiding Place video walked, as did a video the school made of Mark's class acting out Peter Rabbit. I think he was Cottontail of Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail, but I don't remember. A number of the children in the video had been to our house and gone to our church.

    Now that Mark is living on his own, we don't use the DVD player and don't have a VCR for the old tapes. Technology has surpassed our ability to see the tiny letters on the machines and Mark always set them up and played them when he was here with us.

    The cookbook I bought last night was $35, that's nuts!

    I haven't been to the library since we moved here. I could walk there when we lived at the old house. The city has put in a new library. Washington County was where the bookmobile originated.

    I have bought books from, but I rarely buy new books. I don't mind looking through books at book sales to find something to add to things I want to read. A woman died years ago and I got her collection of books about Martin Luther. The family just wanted someone that was religious to get them. I don't know why they didn't offer them to the church where the woman went.

    I knew of a preacher that would ask a widow if he could buy books her husband, also a preacher, might have. That sounds kind of morbid, but he said he really had great books because he asked and then paid the widow for them.

    I have used the inter-library system to get to read, "Forty-four Years of the Life of a Hunter" about Meshach Browning an early settler in my home county.

    8 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/11/2017 10:47:22 PM
    We had Princess for just 5 years and a day from the day we adopted her. I hope Bayau has a long and happy life.
    8 days ago
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