Showing posts from April, 2009

My "Furkids"

This is my office room. I love this time of the morning and Baby Kitty loves to lay here and soak in the cool morning and listen to the birds chirping outside. God and I have special times with this as my view.... Isn't He just wonderful to give such beautiful gifts!?

This is a more recent picture of Sasha. She has grown so and is such a beauty in my opinion. She is learning to be a good dog. I am so proud that she has learned to walk "with" me. I don't have to continually correct her or pull the leash - not so many callouses on my hands now! As you can see I was washing my car and she likes to be close to me (isn't that nice!?) so I put her on a chain in the front yard as I washed my car. I don't trust her to stay close just yet without a fence or being on a leash. She LOVES to run and squirrels are her biggest temptation.

I must stop and give God glory for something!! Yesterday I had a desire in my heart rise up over a digital camera. Now, I am r…

Isaiah 61:10-11

For He has clothed me with garments of Salvation
and arrayed me in a robe of righteousness,
As a bridegroom adorns his head like a priest,
and as a bride adorns herself with her jewels.

For as the soil makes the sprout come up
and a garden causes seeds to grow,
So the SOVEREIGN LORD will make Righteousness and praise SPRING UP before ALL the Nations!

Isaiah 61:10-11


Spring in my Yard

I took these pictures last Saturday morning, about 7:30 in the morning! My yard (and the whole of South Carolina) is simply gorgeous this time of year! Seriously, i could just perch on my back step for a few hours and enjoy the view. Spring is so great. Wishing everyone a glorious Resurrection day! HIS IS RISEN!

My First Sailing Adventure!!!

My heart is still pounding over how much fun I had yesterday and seeing so many things about sailing that just clicks with me. The boat belongs to a kind gentleman in my church who is so good to offer a day of sailing; I don't think he bargained to strike such an eager disciple to the sport in me! I plan on going as many times as he will have the patience for! Maybe he will let me be a "skipper in training?" For those sailing experts, the boat was a Catalina 25 (I am still working on my sailing terminology.) It has an '85 hull. Pretty cool that my last name justifies a love of boating.... ;-)

The first half of the adventure was kind of quiet. We would catch a wind now and then - enough not to crank up the outboard engine but not enough to move real good. Just as we decided to head back to the dock, actually taking down the "sheets"...the wind really picked up and our "Skipper" said..."lets sail back in!" The sail back in was gre…