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Who do you think is an example of a successful person?

Someone who believes in God and, more importantly, obeys Him. 
One particular saint often said "There is only one tragedy in life, and that is to lose your soul."

Why are you doing what you're currently doing?  (take this in any context you like, either as a "what you're doing RIGHT NOW THIS SECOND" or "what you're doing in your life at this point" or any other way that occurs to you.  The question is a bit ambiguous..)

I am trying to wake up!  First, I made a cup of coffee, sat down, and sip, the coffee while talking to God about my day.  After my coffee, I pray my rosary, shower take care of my personal needs.  Sometimes I eat, sometimes I don't.  Check my email and ask Blessed Mother to inspire me to write well what she wants me to tell.  Sometimes she answers me with inspiration, sometimes she is silent.  Next I get on with my day, i.e. housework, rest, errands, rest, prepare meals, rest again, no I am not lazy just old.  We elders need to rest in-between activities.  I like to blog beause it exercises my brain then I rest while I read other blogs.     

What is your personal theme song?
Waking up is hard to do ♫   See below or listen below!

What do you think about tofu?
I hate anything artificial, including imitation sugar!
WDYS

The Wonders of Thee!

My inspiration from the image presented below by one of my favorite bloggers at #Keepitalive

Look and see the wonders of Thee!
Your creations, a celestial star we call the Sun
Our gift — to give us what we need!
Your feathered friends graced with wings.
Sing and dance, surrounded by a painted sky
Oh, and so high! A child sees!
A child as to us created in your image —
To live forever with Thee!

#keepitalive

Eugi's Weekly, Only 6Sentence

Sixth Sense we all have it!

Six sentences have specified “charm,” prompting us to write relating to its allure.
Beware, and learn from my mistakes, the evil one can be most charming, and this charm is deceitful, part of his lure.
His bait to lure you into his camp, without you even realizing it. Many people are sincerely appealing; getting to know a person very well before you trust them entirely is my advice. Take it from an older person, your choice, PROMISE yourself to heed, observe, and above all pray.
Have faith and trust God, who has provided us with instinct, some call it a sixth sense, use it!

true story

My Christmas Tree for all to SEE!

My Christmas tree is up! All decorated with handmade ornaments by myself and rosaries I have collected over the many years of my life. Broken chains, missing beads, and most of all, the Crosses were lost, AND it took me three days to repair the rosaries, so many; several were left to me when my mother passed away, several I found at garage sales, and most were mine all worn out. Yet they are all fixed TODAY and happily hanging on my Christmas tree, waiting as I am waiting for the celebration of the birth of our Redeemer.

God is so good; it is His birthday, yet we get the gifts; the greatest gift is knowing Him who became a man like us—living not in luxury but poverty to teach us what is essential in this life and what is not.  

I love Christmas; that was the day I met my husband when I was 17 years old.

Before I met him, when I was a young girl, I would ask God to give me a special Christmas gift as the day came closer, not knowing He would, the following Christmas 1997.  

What makes Christmas GRAND is that we all recognize it: atheists, non-Christians, children, and the elderly. That is the POWER OF GOD!

The word Christmas originally meant Christ’s Mass. I remembered back in 2015, a war against the word “Christmas.” Even the stores were trying to change it to Happy Holiday, but they lost. It is what it is, CHRISTMAS!  They CAN NOT; WILL NOT ever remove God!  

Weekend Writing Prompt

Learn a new word

The weekend only 81 words writing challenge here!

Words Matter: Think about it! When we speak or write, success is measured by our words and how we use them. This week I learned a few words such as Gully-Washer and today the world Pavonine a word that is not even in the online Thesaurus; Looking it up I found the origin is Mid 17th century from Latin Pavoninus, from pavo, pavon – ‘peacock.’  

Concerning color might be greening to blues—description for the color used for artists and crafty persons. 

Only 6Sentence

Sunday’s Six Sentence on Wednesday.

My brain is too busy, too much junk in it so my six sentences seen below are what others have to say about the word JUNK! I love quotes, so much there to ponder!

Brought to you from “GirlieOnTheEdge

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To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.
~Thomas A. Edison

Buy, buy, says the sign in the shop window; Why, why, says the junk in the yard.
~Paul McCartney

If I don’t get at least one e-mail every ten minutes, I feel unloved. Even junk mail makes me feel seen, sad, I know —sigh.
~Chris Abani

It’s just funny that Americans have to contend with 2000 channels, and 60 different specific news sources, and the confusion that it creates, and the junk that we get to see is hilarious.
~Adam McKay

America was built on hard work and not complaining about stupid junk.
~Michael Chandler

Everyone would be healthier if they didn’t eat junk food.
~Robert Atkins

Photo Challenge, Ragtag Daily Prompt

Prompts Participation if you Please

Today this fine Monday, the beginning of a new week, I present to you one of my photographs of “tis the Season.” My participation in the cosmic-photo-challenge along with a tongue twister of my own; inspired by the ragtag community incorporating the word SLEEKIT.

First my photograph inspired by click here

Tis the Season for SLEEKIT Snow

A new tongue twister, say it three times really fast!

See Seasonal smooth, silvery SLEEKIT snow swiftly sailing; soon subsiding.


FPQ

Someone wants to know

I don’t usually agree with Fandango’s blog, but I love his Provocative question, story starters, and many other of his prompts. Thank you Fandango for the brainstormers!

Today he asks — What’s the best thing you’ve got going on in your life at the moment?

I am delighted that I have had the dreaded virus; my stay in the hospital was indeed an experience. The first question asked was, where did I get the Ivermectin without a prescription?  After my release from the hospital, I still had difficulty recovering; in desperation, I started to retake Ivermectin, although my papers from the hospital said to STOP, taking it! I only took it for three days while at home. Like a miracle, I started to feel like myself again, and now it has been over a month of feeling tip-top.

AllDayChemist, an online pharmacy without a prescription, has been a God sent to me; I am looking forward to Christmas, the birthday of Christ, with a zeal and fervor, that’s fervor, not fevers, praying never again. 

One drawback to this story is that I am starting to regain the weight I lost while being sick because I feel so good now.  

I am looking forward to baking my favorite Christmas cookies, hoping to discipline myself not to indulge too much. A recipe passed down to share below: 

Step 1:

Sift 3 cups of the flour and 1/4 cup of sugar, and 1 tsp of salt together to assure distribution of ingredients.  

Take one stick of buttered flavored  Crisco stick with four Tabl. Spoons of butter and mix with 1/2 cup of soft cream cheese. Combine with the flour and mix well together.

NEXT: Scald 1/2 cup of milk (wait till it cools a little, perhaps to 110degree), making sure it is still hotter than warm. Add two teaspoons of yeast and one teaspoon of sugar into the milk; wait a few minutes until it gets foamy, then mix with two egg yolks mix all together with flour blending together.   

Place your mixture in a warm place until it rises! 

NEXT: Roll with sugar instead of flour and cut into shapes, adding a dap of prune, berry, cherry, or whatever on top.

BAKE @ 350 till slightly browned. Enjoy and Merry Christmas to all!

Only 6Sentence

Impossible — NOT!

Today I begin again, looking at the challenges, stopping at the Six Sentence prompt encourging to write about the word GUIDE. When I see that word, I immediately think of the HOLY TRINITY!

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It is impossible to explain the Trinity in six sentences, nor with all the words in the dictionary because it can't be explained; it is FAITH!

Only ONE GOD, but Three Person, entirely in agreement, but each has a purpose.  God the Father is the Creator, God the Son, the Redeemer, and the Holy Ghost is our GUIDE.

If you ask, the Holy Ghost He will definitely guide you to the Truth, not because I say so, but because God says so, "Ask and you shall receive."

Thinking about the mystery of the Trinity, speaking for myself, boggles my mind; however, the idea of not being able to rationalize this mystery keeps me humble; God loves the lowly and hates the proud. 

I love a good mystery, and the mystery of the Trinity is worth thinking about because in heaven, we won't need FAITH; we will know!