There are some battles that we need to just avoid getting tangled into. Not each one that comes our way is worth fighting for.
What a timely reminder for all of us!
I specifically needed this kind of reminder as I am fighting a lot of battles lately.
Have a great week ahead everyone!
I am in love with nooks! I want to have one for myself, a sanctuary of sorts. I am not too fussy where I stay just as long as I have a corner all to myself.
If you grew up in a household with a lot of persons around, you would know this need of a place all your own.
There is a local celebrity here in the country who is in doubt whether he really is the father of another local celebrity’s newborn baby. There are rumors that the baby’s father is another celebrity with whom the mother had a relationship before. Quite a big confusion to the people who are following these celebrities, but most confusing to the people involved. There is only one solution to clear things up: dna tests for the baby.
DNA testing, I believe, is one of the greatest procedures ever invented. I mean, there are so many cases similar to the celebrities involved I have mentioned. A child could look like the father or the mother but he or she could turn out to be the child of someone else. There are so many cases like that in real life. We may not hear it but there are cases like this.
Thank goodness there is dna testing that could be done to someone you are doubting to be someone of your flesh and blood. Paternity issues are most often the cases being solved using dna testing. We’ve heard about this so many times already that we are almost as familiar with dna testing as the people involved in the case.
It really feels so good to be spending the weekend with family. The stress of the work week flies out the window the minute you wake up to the smell of breakfast cooking and you hear the familiar chaos of the people at home.
This is life! Family time is the best!
Happy weekend everyone!
Dear old Mr. Jake was asking my brother on what is the best trail camera that he could get from the local hunting/outdoors store about two blocks away. My brother didn’t know so he offered to accompany Mr. Jake instead. Or he could go by himself if the dear old man would want to.
Both men went to the store and bought some items. My brother learned that Mr. Jake will be joining his friends who will go up the mountains this coming April. They are going to go bird watching. They will also go fishing when they go down the mountain.
My brother had a grand time with the old man, we could tell when he went home feeling like he helped a dozen senior persons after.
I remember exchanging handwritten letters with my friends back in high school and college. I remember how laborious it was to write one long letter, more so when I would give all my friends one. But it was fun. It was rewarding in a way because you get to know your friends better. You get to know the ones who are truly loyal and true to you.
These days, the TLC in letters is already gone due to text messages and emails. I am not saying that the technology of today is not handy but I do miss the good old handwritten letters where we pour our hearts and soul to each one sent.
Teach your heart to always be grateful for every little blessing sent your way. And there are many, if you will only open your eyes and regard everything as a blessing or a blessing in disguise.
Be grateful. It will open up so many possibilities for you.
Happy Monday to all!
I am praying that February will bring in more blogging work for me. I would love to earn more as summer is fast approaching. Part of my earnings will go to a fund for family vacation. So I am hoping I will earn more.
Happy 1st of February to all!