What a Week
After much consideration I must speak. I grew up learning that God is love. That God created all. I learned about Jesus and the good shepherd and the great commandment. My heart is with the good shepherd who left the 99 to help the one. My heart is with my neighbors. What does that mean? It means I believe in love and equality for all and where there is inequality there must be change. It means Black Lives Matter. It means that I may never understand or be able to walk in your shoes, but I am here to listen and to learn and to love. I also support the good police officers out there; yes, you can do both. With regards to the riots, please think of times in your own life when you get extremely frustrated. Do you sit there calmly? Do you blow up and lash out? Depending on the situation I can be known to do both, so...
As I know this is a very conflicted topic right now, I remind you that I moderate comments and anything disrespectful or hateful will not appear on this page. This is a page of love and love only. If this opening note compels you to un-follow my blog, well, I'm sorry to hear that. I thank you for the time we spent together and wish you the best.
Monday June 1 National Say Something Kind Day
I can't believe you are drinking lemonade during national Iced Tea Month.
Hey, I have tea too.
Sure why not. You know it is National Say Something Kind Day, right?
(giggles) Yeah, I do. Not fishing for compliments are we?
Nope not at all. (giggles)
Yes, it's a great little device, she said we can all use it...as long as she isn't already. (giggles)
Tuesday June 2 Birthday Celebrations
Woo hoo! Today is Opa Hans' birthday.
Angel food cake.
Hope you had a great day, Opa Hans!
Hey, what other days are coming up?
Wednesday June 3 National Egg Day
So today is National Egg Day. We decided to decorate a few for this special occasion. What do you think?
Thursday June 4 National Hug Your Cat Day
You know we are embracing this day. (giggles)
Unless we choose a time when they don't want to be hugged. (laughing)
Friday June 5 National Doughnut Day
Hi! Did you know the first Friday in June is National Doughnut Day?
Salvation Army headed to the front to serve a bit of home to the soldiers. They originally thought about cake and pie, but the facilities weren't that equipped. they decided on the doughnut! And the Doughnut Girls rose in fame.
Saturday June 6
Well, we're not sure what Saturday was, but we took advantage of the great weather to do laundry and other things. Hope you had a nice week! See you again soon.
Much love and warmest wishes!