Grab a cup of coffee and join me for a delightful, intriguing excursion around the world-wide web:
A couple weekends ago, we went to the funeral of a very dear friend of Jeff's from the military. This man was a godly, inspiring man and truly made an impact on those in his life. We drove in the lengthy funeral procession from one side of town to the other side to the old cemetery. After an already emotional-filled celebratory, worship-filled service because Eddie is with Jesus, I cried even more as we drove the long journey slowly through town. While a few random cars ignored the funeral procession, so many stopped and even pulled over to the side of the road. Or just stopped in the middle of the road. Until the last of the funeral procession passed by. I understand it is not the law. But, man, it is honorable and respectful. To the many, many Savannah drivers who were honorable and respectful that day, Thank You!
A new book, The Last Punisher, I need to look at getting for Jeff.
Oh, my! Delightful. A Drone photography contest. An enjoyable excursion.
"The stability of the world depends on the rejoicing in God's works..."(John Calvin) The #1 Secret to Squashing Anxiety This Year...and every year hereafter. I'm visiting Ann's A Holy Experience regularly and occasionally finding my way through her archives of grace and goodness.
How and what we define as 'good'. I'd have to agree that what is good for one may be just okay for another. Interesting perspective and healthy reminder.