Happy New Year

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I’m still praying about what my Word Of The Year should be. My brain is temporarily fried from all the hullabaloo that’s happened around here lately.

It’s been a crazy last few days of December. For those of you whom don’t follow me on FaceBook, my husband had emergency triple bypass on December 21st. LORD be praise, he was released on Christmas Day. He’s now doing well, it’s only his left leg where the vein(s) were removed for the bypasses that are causing any pain. The staff at St. Vincent’s Riverside in Jacksonville, Florida, have been splendid. They are angels in nurse’s uniforms in my mind. God bless them. My Holy Father has been so good to me, to us, through all that’s happened. I feel His loving presence in everything we do. He truly does provide for all our needs, even before we know we need it.

For New Year’s Eve, we usually attend a family style cookout up in Baxley with dear friends, but this year we’re staying home (of course) and plan to have a very quiet evening. I think that’s the safest way to ring in the New Year after open heart surgery. 😉 What are your plans? Whatever they are, I pray that you all have a very Happy, Safe and Prosperous New Year’s.

May the LORD bless and keep you! Ride safe my friends. ❤

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11 thoughts on “Happy New Year

  1. Happy new year, Sparky, to you and your hubby! Praise God for his swift recovery and staying home is the best thing for this year!! Next year, you can kick up your heals and party hardy!! Hugs, love, and continued prayers!

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  2. Sorry for ‘test’ but I’d written a long comment and it didn’t publish…..so I thought I’d check before writing again!
    Not a fan of New Year’s Eve and never have been…why, I don’t know! Mr. Z loved it and liked us to have parties so this is probably the ONLY reason to be grateful my sweet husband isn’t with me anymore! (that, and the fact that Germany is going to ruin…he was from Germany…but I digress!)….
    Anyway, I’m so glad Steve is safe and sound at home and healing! And will pray against the vein discomfort… Enjoy the blessings!

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    1. Sorry WP is messing up with the comments again. Happens to all of us now.
      Yeah, I’m not a fan either. We only did the cookout thingy at the friend’s house for years so we could visit with them. I much prefer staying home. Like Linda said above, “too many crazies”. 😉
      It’s truly sad what’s happening in Europe, especially Germany. I keep praying they’ll wake up and kick all those devil worshiping Muslims out but I don’t see that happening. I think it’s the devil’s army building up for the Final Showdown after the Rapture, but that’s just my opinion.
      Thank you for prayers! Steve just made his first grocery run with me to our local store this afternoon. He’s doing SO WELL! Praise the LORD.
      Thanks again and y’all have a Happy New Year my friend! ❤

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