I'am just an old retired Cowboy: If there is anyway i can help someone just let me know, I'am a proud born again Christian who Loves Jesus with all my Heart, am willing to talk to anyone about Him, so if you just need to chat we will sit around the camp fire and Chat away, send me a msg.
"Remember the days of old; consider the generations long past." (Deuteronomy 32:7 "
"Speak the Truth in Love" (Ephesians 4:15)
Each one of us should always remember we are working with people's love and emotion, when dealing with their dearly departed- let's work together in kindness and say a Prayer along the way
My simple Prayer: Oh Lord, I reckon I'm not much.I fail a lot of things You know I ought to do. but when I make my last ride and get life's final call, my only hope will be, For me to hear You say " COME ON MY CHILD IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO RIDE WITH ME'
My Thoughts for the Veterans who died for us: Tread lightly, This is a soldiers grave, Who fought in a Foreign land,Not afraid when freedom called they raised their hand, willing to give their life now buried in a simple mound; And yet to folks like you and me It should be Honored ground. . .
Here is my motto: If one lives in the heart's of those they leave behind, With Jesus by their side,then truly they do not die, for they are not lost to memory! And never lost to love! But gone to be with our Father in His house above!
TO ALL CHRISTIANS: To the broken hearted who are left behind, we extend sympathy. We can only remind you that they are not dead, rather simply asleep-resting after a long and well-spent life here. Though they are gone their record has been made and is written in the Book of Life Which God will Open and read aloud someday, and their memory will remain with you a lasting treasure.
Okie-san Thank you for adding the pictures. I debated, was she famous or not? I decided she was historic rather than famous. I saw the Death Valley Days rerun with her story and was captivated. I was surprised she was not on findagrave and happy to add her. Do you live near her grave? Sandy
RE: John Littleton Smith Thanks so much for that info. I swear, I learned a long time ago to expect the unexpected on Find A Grave. I was rather surprised to hear he had two wives named Effie. He liked girls named Effie!
CARTER LEE HILL HELLO RICHARD , MY COUSIN , JERRY DON WEBB AND I HAVE OUR GRANDFATHER ,CARTER LEE HILL , BORN IN PULASKI , GILES COUNTY TENNESSEE . ARE YOU SURE ABOUT THE ALABAMA BIRTH ? LET ME KNOW PLEASE . THANKS , RICHARD HILL DAVIS LONGVIEW, TEXAS JMMMRKAS@AOL.COM
Your Bio Richard, thank you for all the work you do. I just read your bio and I loved your poem and the piece on sacred ground for our Vets and your prayer. You are a "Great person". Just wanted you to know. evelyn