Is it so hard to believe?
I took Linda to the ER Monday morning with dizziness, nausea, back ache, and chest pains.
The on-call doctor asked a bunch of questions like “how much do you weigh?” Linda answered honestly and, yes, we are both over-weight. Continue reading
I’ve thought about this for over a week.
One afternoon there was a show on the cruise loosely based on the Newlywed Game. But instead of just newlyweds, any age couple could be used, chosen from the audience. Continue reading
1) What problem did Leonardo da Vinci, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison and General George Patton have in common?
2) What was the first living creature ever ejected from a supersonic aircraft?
3) What did Hyman Lipman do in 1858 that made life easier for students? Continue reading
Last week, at this time, I was on a cruise. At this time of day (when I’m writing this morning) I had already gone up on deck to see what kind of day it was going to be and see if it was clear enough for a beautiful sunrise.
The cruise was aboard Carnival, which someone told me was a party cruise.
Indeed, it was. Continue reading
Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. 1 Thess 5:16-18
I realized something Monday night as I was lying in bed. When it dawned on me, I was very disappointed with myself.
One of the last things I do when I get ready to go to sleep is pray; Continue reading
I’m back from the cruise. It was an experience of a lifetime and there is much I can (and will) write about; but where to start?
I could tell you of the food or the dolphin swim excursion. I could start with the Continue reading
This will be my last Morning Thought for a few days. Linda and I will be going on a cruise tomorrow and will be somewhere in the Caribbean.
Neither of us have ever been on a cruise before. In fact, the only boats we’ve been on would be a bass boat or a ferry. Continue reading