Life here in the ‘Sip.

It has been a good day. My dad and I traveled to Tennessee today, to pick up his goose-neck trailer and we loaded it up with some of the items he has at his house. Then we made the trek back to Mississippi. All in all, it was a good day and filled with laughter. When we got home, my mother had made Cowboy Stew, and dear Lord it was delicious. There is nothing that tops off a busy day like good comfort food.

After a wonderful weekend of church, my heart was full. I shared the highlights this morning with my mother, and it was every bit as real this morning as it was yesterday. I am thankful for a wonderful church family, and a caring pastor.

As I was waiting for my blog to load up, I had the opportunity to catch a few of the headlines. The media is so pessimistic. The last time unemployment was this low, a catastrophic event occurred. Jeez man. Why can’t we just revel in the fact that more people have gone back to work, the government is operating on a smaller budget, and our rights are temporarily secure (until the next time that something bad happens)? I am not a pessimist. I am an optimist that always takes his raincoat. It seems that no matter how good things may get, the media is going to find something to gripe about.

Ah well, I digress. Y’all take care.

2 thoughts on “Life here in the ‘Sip.

  1. It is wonderful for me to witness the good day that you and your dad had, even though it consisted of much hard labor. Also thrills my heart for you to be so touched by the moving of the Holy Ghost and the Healing power of God! Negative people will always exist, always complain about everything; even when stats show much improvement. Go figure huh!!!

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