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I had a weakness of faith this afternoon. It didn’t last long but the temptation to believe that GOD is limited in insurmountable odds against us. You see, I was struck by the devasting news that placed money before the quality of … Continue reading The Wavering of FAITH
So much has occurred in the last month. My husband Robert was forced into taking an early retirement from work due to his serious and life-threatening health issues. The quote, “Pride goeth before the fall,” resonates it’s lone warnings. But, I … Continue reading When life throws you a curve ball
He stood on all fours, two feet from the ground. He had beautiful down of rich cream with apricot sprinkles from nose to tail. Twin eyes of liquid hershey Kisses He cautiously eyed me, then approached, as I crouched down … Continue reading Destined to Be
Academia: Robert is the hardest worker that I have ever known. He was always studying for certifications (30+) that would help him move up the ladder or make lateral changes in his employment. He keeps his certificates up to date. He earned an Associates in Computer Science and Bachelor degree in Engineering, all while working 12 hour shifts at work for over ten years span during schooling. And many long days and nights over the 40-year span. He is the Central Region (Corporate) Facility Service Manager for Americold, he has 36 plants that he oversees. He stays on the go … Continue reading Proactive Prophecy
When it comes to the marriage lottery- I won, big time! When I tell people that Robert and I were 17y and 15y when we married and we have known each other 41 years, they are surprised that we made … Continue reading What a wonderful man I married.
Rose’s family Joe, Michelle, Elaine, and Bella had their party shoes on and Kassidey’s family Nathaniel and Zack were ready to do a do-se-do. Continue reading 40th Wedding Anniversary
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