Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Random stuff.... some serious....

I got in the car the other day to run some errands. And then.... I was suddenly catapulted into another realm.... where everything around me looked beautiful.

You know how it is. You're just living your life, running errands, then all of a sudden you notice the little birds on the stoplights. And the trees just look gorgeous around you, once that you notice them...

That's how it was.... when I popped in a CD into my car CD player ...

One of my booth-dealer friends, Jim, had just given me a CD he'd made from his, of Susan Boyle.

Oh my.
Oh my.

[I'm usually very picky when it comes to who I like - and his/her singing ability.
Well, I'm giving Susan Boyle two thumbs way up.]
(And, personally, I like that she's not a beauty.)


Here's another random 'like':

Wright's Maple Flavored Bacon.

My husband has always had low cholesterol and he always likes bacon and eggs for breakfast (as his mother and father did), sooooo, every morning I cook him up a full bacon and egg breakfast. (That's right.) Well, Market Street didn't have Oscar Mayer's thick-sliced bacon a few weeks ago, so I got this new kind.
Oh my.
On my.
It is delicious. Delicious. (I even had to have a bite.)

Try it.
You'll like it.

And now for something more serious....

Recently Brit Hume, a Fox News commentator, has warranted (or not) some ridicule for his suggestion that Tiger Woods should embrace Christianity for forgiveness and redemption. Woods' Buddhism doesn't offer them, so the only way he can get them is to become a Christian. (Click HERE for an article about it.)

"Whoa. How dare a news commentator suggest such a thing?"

I was listening to the Mike Gallagher talk show this morning and heard Mike being incensed that the liberal/far left were so incensed at Hume's remarks.

Good grief, Mike, I thought. (I should have called in.)
Of course, folks are going to ridicule anybody and everybody's Christian position/beliefs.

I was reminded of this verse...
"For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God."
1 Corinthians 1:18

No one should be alarmed that unbelievers ridicule believers, right?


They (unbelievers) don't understand.

(That sounds 'holy joe'... yet I so think (know) it's true.... and will write more later.)

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