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01/29/2023 13:24:11

Have a lovely day!




01/29/2023 12:36:28

Well it's in the 50's today but with sunshine and  

that makes me smile! May even do some work in the back yard 

or something! I'm kinda off today as far as school and work 

taxi! I think today i will work on making me and William 

smile! Hope when you started your day that it went your 

way! Take care and keep Smiling! This new world needs some 

old fashion Smiles and Hugs! 

 



01/29/2023 12:33:00

Sunday Blessings Wanda



01/29/2023 12:08:03

Don't you just love it when you finish your driveway..

And the road crew comes plow it right back in??

Anyone need a Ben Gay Massage ?

Hint Hint..I sure need one too!!



01/29/2023 12:07:57



Hugs. :)



01/29/2023 12:03:37





We are currently down to -38° c


Please don't be jealous


Wanda :) 



01/29/2023 11:34:08



01/29/2023 11:15:34

peaceful sunday  wanda  hope yur  relaxing xxxlove caroline xx like  yur  Valentines page xx!!! colourful xxx



01/29/2023 10:19:52

BEND, BUT DON'T BREAK
Then you still have hope If you can look at the sunset and smile,and find beauty in the colours of a small flower, then you still have hope. If you can find pleasure in the movement of a butterfly, and if the smile of a child can still warm your heart, then you still have hope. If you can see the good in other people, and if the rain breaking on a roof top can still lull you to sleep, then you still have hope. If the sight of a rainbow still makes you stop and stare in wonder, and if the soft fur of a favoured pet still feels pleasant under your fingertips, then you still have hope. If you meet new people with a trace of excitement and optimism, and if you give people the benefit of the doubt, then you still have hope. If you still offer your hand in friendship to others that have touched your life, and if receiving an unexpected card or letter still brings a pleasant surprise, then you still have hope. If the suffering of others still fills you with pain and frustration, and if you refuse to let a friendship die, or accept that it must end, then you still have hope. If you look forward to a time or place of quiet and reflection, and if you still watch love stories or want the endings to be happy, then you still have hope. If you can look to the past and smile, and when faced with the bad, when told everything is futile, you can still look up and end the conversation with the phrase ... 'yes, but ....' Then you still have hope. Hope is such a marvellous thing. It bends, it twists, it sometimes hides, but rarely does it break. It sustains us when nothing else can. It gives us reason to continue and courage to move ahead, when we tell ourselves we'd rather give in. Hope puts a smile on our face when the heart cannot manage. Hope puts our feet on the path when our eyes cannot see it. Hope moves us to act when our souls are confused of the direction. Hope is a wonderful thing, something to be cherished and nurtured and something that will refresh us in return. It can be found in each of us and it can bring light into the darkest of places. So never lose hope

Author Unknown

Happy Trails Friend Blessings



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01/29/2023 09:37:26

Hello my Precious
Friend.
Wishing You a BLESSED Sunday
full of Peace & Relaxation.
GOD BLESS.
Love, Hugs
& Smiles:))).
Judy



01/29/2023 09:37:19

wishing u a great n warm day, keep safe in this weather... hugs



01/29/2023 09:36:40





Did He Encounter an Angel on the Highway?












  • HE OFFERED THE STRANGER A RIDE AND A MEAL, THEN THE YOUNG MAN DISAPPEARED…











Illustration of a man walking into a diner with an angel; By Giordano Poloni






“I have a story,” Uncle Junior said one Christmas Eve. My aunts, uncles, cousins and siblings were all seated around the dinner table. That wasn’t unusual. Whenever my family gathered—after the meal was finished and the dishes were done—we returned to the table to entertain one another with stories.


My mother’s older brother Harold Junior told some of the best. When he reminisced about growing up with his seven siblings, no one laughed harder than he did. But there was something in his tone of voice that Christmas Eve. Something unusual. Uncle Junior sounded serious. Everyone gave their full attention as he spoke.



“This was back in 1954,” he began. “I was tired.…” Uncle Junior was driving home to Akron, Ohio, after attending a gospel revival here in Tiffin. He hadn’t seen another car along the lonely stretch of highway. In the distance, the lights of Greenwich, Ohio, glowed. He was considering stopping for a cup of coffee if the opportunity arose, when a sudden clatter cut through the silence. He knew that sound. He’d lost a hubcap. With a groan, he pulled over to the side of the road. He searched for several minutes, kicking around in the ankle-high grass.


“Is this what you’re looking for?” A smiling young man emerged from the darkness. He was holding a hubcap. Uncle Junior felt a thrill of fear, as if an electric current had run up his spine. Where had the guy come from? And was that really the missing hubcap?


“Thank you,” said Uncle Junior, heading back to his car to check it out. He kicked the hubcap into place. Perfect fit. Uncle Junior thought he might be more tired than he realized, maybe imagining things. Like a man who’d appeared out of nowhere holding the missing hubcap.… But when Uncle Junior turned around, he saw that the man was still there.


“Now, I didn’t want to leave him stranded,” Uncle Junior told us. “It didn’t feel right. And I didn’t want to interrogate him about what he was up to. So even though it flew in the face of common sense, I offered this stranger a ride to the next town. To Greenwich.”


The man slipped into the passenger seat. The miles passed quickly as the two chatted about nothing in particular—though, knowing Uncle Junior, sports probably came up. When they reached Greenwich, Uncle Junior pulled in at a diner and offered to buy his passenger something to eat. With a broad smile, the young man accepted. As they pushed open the doors, the smell of frying meat and freshly brewed coffee greeted them. The two men entered and took a booth. “Order anything you want,” Uncle Junior urged.



“I’ll have what you’re having,” the stranger replied.


When the waitress came, Uncle Junior ordered burgers, fries and coffee. By the time they’d finished, Uncle Junior realized he’d misjudged this young man. He was a good fellow! Strange but good. The miles were long, especially at night, so Uncle Junior figured he could take his new friend farther, if he wanted. As they exited the diner, Uncle Junior turned to discuss a suitable destination—


Uncle Junior froze, mid-stride. Without a whisper of noise, without a crunch of gravel, the young man was no longer beside him. Uncle Junior went back into the diner and checked the booths, the restroom, asked the waitress if she’d seen what happened to his dining partner. Nothing. The stranger had simply vanished.


In disbelief, Uncle Junior got into his car. He’d only been driving for a few minutes when he heard a voice: “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by this some have entertained angels unaware.” Hebrews 13:2; Uncle Junior knew it well. For the second time that night, he pulled over to the side of the road. The voice had sounded so real, Uncle Junior was sure there had to be someone else in the car with him. Was the young man hiding in the back? Careful inspection proved otherwise. He started the car again and drove the rest of the way home.


The room was silent for a long moment. Then we gave Uncle Junior the third degree. “I wasn’t having a crisis of faith, no tragedy in the family, no health concerns,” he said, shushing our questions. “I don’t know why it happened. I only know that it did.” He’d never gotten the stranger’s name. And, while every other detail seemed burned into his memory, he couldn’t recall what the young man looked like, even Junior figured he could take his new friend farther, if he wanted. As they exited the diner, Uncle Junior turned to discuss a suitable destination—





Uncle Junior froze, mid-stride. Without a whisper of noise, without a crunch of gravel, the young man was no longer beside him. Uncle Junior went back into the diner and checked the booths, the restroom, asked the waitress if she’d seen what happened to his dining partner. Nothing. The stranger had simply vanished.


In disbelief, Uncle Junior got into his car. He’d only been driving for a few minutes when he heard a voice: “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by this some have entertained angels unaware.” Hebrews 13:2; Uncle Junior knew it well. For the second time that night, he pulled over to the side of the road. The voice had sounded so real, Uncle Junior was sure there had to be someone else in the car with him. Was the young man hiding in the back? Careful inspection proved otherwise. He started the car again and drove the rest of the way home.


The room was silent for a long moment. Then we gave Uncle Junior the third degree. “I wasn’t having a crisis of faith, no tragedy in the family, no health concerns,” he said, shushing our questions. “I don’t know why it happened. I only know that it did.” He’d never gotten the stranger’s name. And, while every other detail seemed burned into his memory, he couldn’t recall what the young man looked like, even after sharing a meal with him. Clearly, that’s just how it is with angels.






01/29/2023 09:29:12
Good Morning wanda, hope you don't get much more snow,  Hope your day is filled with peace and Happiness, was out raking yesterday, today we have rain,

 


01/29/2023 09:13:10

I may not be the smartest cookie in the shed, but I do know this: Friendship, it the greatest gift one can give and have. Without the touch or understanding of one, you will always be lost in this world. Thank you for your friendship. I value it, and will give honor to you, extending a heart felt prayer, on the wings of a dove. May sunshine always greet you on a cloudy day, and may when the stroms seem then never stop, just know that I will be here if you need me, there I said it, and do mean it.



01/29/2023 08:49:07

Good morning, Wanda.  I am sure a lot have had this problem while waking up on a Sunday morning, naughty be the night before. It goes like this, Finally!!! My bills are washed, laundry is paid, clothes are baking, and breakfast is in the dryer. I got this, right! Just a wake up call, wishing you the very best of a day, just me passing it forward. I have a problem with names, please forgive me if I get it wrong. 



01/29/2023 08:48:18

good morning Wanda..may your Sunday bring you some fun and relaxation..hugs and love
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01/29/2023 08:34:23

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Happy Sunday, Wanda, I hope your weekend has been going well.  Have a fun, relaxing day, and then an awesome start to the new week ahead.    Hugs, my friend



01/29/2023 08:05:23

Hello Sweetheart


May your Sunday begin 


with a Smile on your face,


Love in your heart and


Happiness within your Soul!


Enjoy your Sunday.


~As always with Respect~


 Lots of Love..Vicky xx




01/29/2023 07:50:06

GOOD MORNING MY FRIEND. ENJOY YOUR DAY.




01/29/2023 06:58:30


Good morning, Wanda, how did it go with Gary's mom? Will be working on a page today...it's raining here and then freezing rain later, so I'm hunkering in. Talk soon! xoxo


01/29/2023 06:05:34

I wish you a beautiful and relaxing Sunday Wanda..Love and hugs ! smiley-smile.gif



01/29/2023 06:03:42






enjoy your day dear Wanda.love and hugs



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