Tuesday Before The Storm

Today’s Devotional
Proverbs 18:2 NIV


I thought that since I can no longer share the Gospel of Jesus Christ on FaceBook, it would be good measure to daily profile The Word here. The only thing I miss about FB is the daily interaction with all my loving Church buddy’s, but I see them in person more often than not, and that’s even better than the coldness of (un)social media. ๐Ÿ˜‰


For those of you who may not know, I live in Southeastern Georgia, 50 miles from the coast. Therefore, we, and all of Florida, are preparing for the worst and hoping for the best concerning Hurricane Dorian. Our local predictions are very little rain with mostly wind gusts. Wednesday night Prayer Service and all the Bible study’s have been cancelled. To God be the glory for there’s plenty of our medicines on hand, food in the larder, propane in the generator, and gasoline in the pickup truck. I think we’re “ready”. As ready as one can be when dealing with a force of nature. But, I am reminded that God created and controls nature. He is in the winds. We are all in His loving Hands at all times. Our plans are to mostly stay inside, watch DVD’s and/or surfing the ‘net. Oh, I have invited our Best Bud’s over for lunch, if they feel like it’s safe enough. They live not too far distant. I love their company and hope they can make it. Anyway, if there’s any devastation, however slight, I will be sure to share photos.

And how can I forget?! During my hiatus from this blog, I traded the 2013 Honda CB1100 and bought a 2015 Honda NC700X. It was new. Never been tagged. Sitting all lonely and forlorn on the dealership floor. ๐Ÿ™‚ I just had to take it home. Gotta super good deal from the dealership down in Jacksonville, Florida. Steve rode it home for me the day we bought it because it was so bloody hot (100 degrees!), of course. Once home, after just a few spins on it, I love this bike. I call it my little Scooter Pooper. lol First thing I did was trash it up with stickers. And, just my luck, I’ve had to have two minor surgeries which have rendered me useless on two wheels!

big toe after surgery 01 AUG 2019

August 1st my gear shifter toe (left big toe) had to have an ingrown toenail removed (ewww, I know!). Couldn’t wear closed in shoes, let along put any pressure on it. Yipes!

arm after cancer removal 26 AUG 2019

Then, August 26th, I had a basal cell pre-cancer removed from my right wrist. I mean, what’s next!? Opps, don’t ask, right?! lol All are healing nicely but I’m still grounded. The stitches will be removed from the wrist next week. If this is some kind of test, I hope I passed and it’s over. :\

That’s it for now. Hope I haven’t bored anyone to tears. Thanks for visiting and I pray all are safe and away from any storms in your lives.

Ride Safe In Christ My Friends,


Red Sky In Morning, Sailor Take Warning


Even though we are 50 miles from the east coast, and many more from the Gulf to the south, our skies are already giving us a warning: there’s a storm on the horizon. We’re making preempt plans for the heavy winds, copious rain fall and power outages that are sure to follow. Praying for those in the direct path of Hurricane Michael. Please stay safe.

For those who are suffering from storms in your personals lives, you have my prayers too. You’re not alone. God loves you. Never forget that.

isaiah 4 6 niv

sadness siggy with honda

A Short Jaunt Through The Country

Not much going on here today. It’s kinda lazy day. The weather was pleasant, so, we hopped on the steel steeds and took a short jaunt. We would have gone longer but there’s another front approaching and the wind is blowing 90-to-nothin’! This is some of our daily views. Enjoy!ย  ๐Ÿ™‚

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easter egg siggy 26 mar 2018


Happy Friday

It’s another beautiful but blustery day. When IS the wind going to lay down!? I know, it’s March. It certainly is “marching” through our area, with a vengeance. I’m sitting here watching the trees bend to the winds command. I wanna ride, dadgum it! ๐Ÿ™‚ The cool, dry air has rendered the road to that slippery white sandy powder. It’s hard pan below but the top is not real conducive to keeping a two wheel vehicle upright. I could probably get down the one-mile of country road OK, but once I can gain speed on the pavement, the wind blasts would wear me slap out. So, here’s some pretty pictures to pass the time.


I pray your day is lovely too.