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Monday, July 20, 2009


I feel just great today! Surely, something is wrong - ha! God is so Good and I am so full of joy for life! I keep thinking about a column that I used to read all the time in the 60's and 70's in one of the ladies magazines that you buy at the check out. The name of it was "Butternut Wisdom" and the author escapes my memory. (Old-Timer's Disease) The author was always upbeat in her writings and words of wisdom. She talked about nature, seasons, cooking, friends and it was like sitting down and chatting with a good friend over tea. Her column was in the front of the magazine and the first place I went to enjoy my visit with her. I am working on a second blog that would be similar and feature my musings, serious and humorous, my poetry and my thoughts on life in general whether you want to hear it or not! It will be great fun for me and may give you a laugh in the future or something you can identify with in your life and feel like you have a kindred soul. Certainly I have reached the age to impart wisdom to the masses - ha! Gone are the days when I thought 40 must be very old indeed. That was when I was first married, some 49 yrs. earlier! Did you notice that the older you get, the farther away Older is? One of life's little mysteries. 'Nuf said. I will post a link to this new blog as soon as I am finished with it. I will get to be the real me.
I was also blessed today in that I had a comment from the author of "Little Buttercups", she is a darling. Blogging makes the world less large and though miles part family and friends, we can visit.

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1 comment:

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Kerrie!
I thank you so much for your prayers. She is in God's hand right now as we speak. Here is the latest update as of 1 hour ago.

Update on Amy! The doctors came in, they talked to Amy and were finally able to get the IV started. Ladies we start praying, it will be 2 more hours now, Amy is back in the procedure room. The Dr.s like to use the artery on the right side of the groin, but Amy had cancer there at the age of 10 and there is scar tissue there, so it may not be possible on the right side and they may have to go to the left. Debbie said that Amy was hesterical this morning, but after talking to the Dr. she had calmed down. The Dr. said they will occlude the corotid artery for 30 minutes, if she shows no sign of a stroke then she will be scheduled for surgery, if at any time in those 30 minutes if she shows a sign of stroke, then the surgery will not be possible. We have jumped the first hurdle with prayer, we move on to the second. Thank you so much for loving our family, Sherry