Flat Creek is still rolling and so am I. I have even continued to keep up my journal since the end of August. I think I have missed one day. I cannot say that it would not bore you to tears, or put you to sleep though. My journal writing is usually only about one hand written page each day. I tell the temp outside; what my daily Bible reading is, the scheduled reading I give our church, and what verses I will possibly post on the church blog.
The six puppies are really growing. They will be six weeks old Sunday/Monday [December 4&5]. One of the males I have called “Butch”. He acts like Butch; the one I had to put down the other day. He comes wagging his little tail; of course the other five do as well, but he does it in a different way; looking a small bit like Butch, yet much smaller. He even almost appears to be the runt of the litter.
I have one of the females named “Spot” because she is black and white with a black spot. One is named “Fuzzy”, because her hair stands out fuzzier than the others. One of the males I call “Spoiled”, because he likes to be cuddled; and just soaks it up. I am trying not to get too attached to them. 🙂
They would be free to a good home. They would make a good Christmas gift for your children or grand children; even great grand children. Maybe even someone you do not like? Just a thought.
Email me if you are interested; and I will get back with you.
Flat Creek is still rolling right along. Just as it has for thousands of years; and will continue many more, as the Creator ordains it so.
This is the first Thanksgiving since the start of this blog. Just a note to myself and anyone else who might have an interest.
I am a person who endeavors to be thankful every day. First of all thankful to our Creator who has given us all things for blessing us. The air we breathe, the ground upon which we walk, the beating of our hearts; He gives us every beat. At His own will and discretion He could take us to our eternal destiny. Be thankful today of all days.
I am thankful for my family and friends as well. The Creator has given them to me to love and enjoy and to learn from them as well; and I pray I can be as good a family member and friend they have been to me. My wife is the gem, the jewel of my life. She was a gift from the Creator for sure.
Just over a year ago in September, on the 21st of September, as a matter of fact my wife had a rare heart surgery for an anuerism of the aorta of her heart. The surgery was a success; and she went for a annual exam yesterday with a CT scan and all looked good. For that I am thankful.
I am thankful for the five children the LORD has given me as well. They are all different in many ways, with very different personalities, and gifts. For that I am thankful too. I am thankful for my 12 grandchildren, and are they all so grand. I am thankful too that we have two already with Jesus.
I am thankful for the family I grew up in; my mother and father, brother, sisters; aunts and uncles, cousins; and all my fore fathers. Without them all I would not be who I am today.
I am thankful for so many things, and one last thing I want to let the world know is that I am thankful for our home and the land on which we live. It is God’s gift to us. I pray I will be a good steward of all the LORD has given me.
Thank YOU LORD.
Thankful on the banks of Flat Creek.