Random Saturday Thoughts

Weighing in on the side of Love

I like the church i go to now but I am wondering why I don’t cry there. I cried at my old church all the time.

My Grandma used to call my Dad a Yankee like it was a bad thing. I wonder how she even knew what a Yankee was, her family immigrated from Russia and she lived in California?

If you have never heard of a guy named Lewis Grizzard, go google some of his quotes. One of my favorites is “Elvis is dead and I don’t feel so good myself.”

I just found out today that Internet sensation Grumpy cat lives about 50 miles from me. It actually brightened my day that it might be possible to meet she and her owners. She really isn’t grumpy either, her owner says she is a very happy cat.

Another funny thing about my Grandmother is that she had probably the first ever vibrating chair. It weighed two tons and shook the whole house. That was back in the late sixties/early seventies. She was also the only person I know who wore out the plastic rotary dial on her phone. She would have been great at texting.  

I don’t know why but it always makes me feel better when I feed the birds.

God is totally in control even when events and circumstances lead you to believe otherwise. It’s only a test.

I know that I know that I know that prayer works and love never ever fails.

That’s about all I have today, it’s been a crazy day.


2 thoughts on “Random Saturday Thoughts

  1. Lori….I LOVE random thoughts like this. It’s a great way to get to know you better, and boy…I laughed about the cat, that your grandmother would have been great at texting, and the Lewis Grizzard quote (definitely have to Google this guy). After the day I’ve had so far, I needed some humor. Thank you, my dear.

    I’m sorry you don’t cry at your new church. 😦

    Oh…and the picture under your blog title is just gorgeous. Did you take it?

    Blessings to you,

  2. Hey Pam! Yes, I did take that. It was a little botanical garden I stumbled into on a beautiful spring day. It was one of those escapes from caretaking one day where Elaine and I just got in the car and drove. It was a neat experience, we took the tour and visited with the elderly lady that was there telling us all about it. Everytime I see that picture I think of a peaceful restful day in the midst of lots of turmoil and chaos and it always makes me smile…..Thank you for commenting! I have lots of random thoughts, I just don’t post them LOL

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