I enjoy travel and love to visit cemeterys and memorials. My favorite cemetery at present is Scofield City Cemetery, in Carbon Co., Utah. I am called to visit coal mine disaster sites and cemeterys when I travel.
This from Arleta's page: "Sometimes God shows us a little glimpse of what He's got in store for us. Then the next thing we know, life comes along and upsets the applecart until it looks like what seemed so perfect at one time couldn't possibly be what the Lord had in mind. We give up on the idea, go on with living, and after time passes, end up getting what we'd one time had our heart set on -- and couldn't manage to get no matter how hard we tried on our own."
When you visit a grave in reality or on Find a Grave (ultimate reality) you bring credence to a persons memory. It isn't a life but it is a thought. In that thought there is life.
RE: hello Arleta Belated congratulations on your special anniversary. Forty-one years is quite an impressive accomplishment of which we are proud of you! Thank you for sharing and have a truly blessed day.
RE: hi Dot Bill, I remember all to well the gem shows. My family use to sell their gems at the shows. What a great way to meet people with the same interest. May you New Year be filled with wonders. Blessings, dot reinhardt
Happy New Year Thank you for sharing my "Pulpit" posting and yes, we are all in the pulpit of life and need to share the saving grace of Jesus. If memory serves, I copied it from a newsletter of Pastor Chuck Baldwin online and felt it prudent for our times.
I had not remembered the mention of my name in Cool Hand Luke but know the scripture and live by it daily.