Happy Father’s Day to my wonderful husband, dad, and grandfather Josue❤
To my two son’s who are great dads enjoy this wonderful day !
To my dear Dad in heaven;
This Father’s Day I want you to know I love you very much and I miss you been here.
Thank you for all you gave me. I will forever carry you in my heart.
And to all you Dads out there I hope you all have a wonderful day.
I’m taking the time, to read a few passages from the Bible and welcoming “The Holy Week”. I do take this week seriously and I like to reflect on the sacrifice Jesus did for all of us.
Have a blessed week!
“One of the greatest gifts I’ve ever gotten is my daughter.” ~ Ace Frehley
This past weekend I went to my daughter’s wedding. It was just a small wedding, celebrated in Sedona Arizona. They choose the mountains where they met and they fall in love. They got engaged a little bit over a month. I thought the wedding would be next year, however they wanted, now. I’m happy for her and for my son- in law who I see as another son. I’m thankful for having him as part of our family and for making my daughter, very happy.
One- Liner Wednesday is hosted by Linda G. Hill.
To all servicemen and women presently serving and all that served in the past. Thank you for keeping us, safe and for all your sacrifice. May God bless you all, protect you, and keep you safe.
To all my family members who have served in the Armed Forces, especially to my husband Josue I Thank You and I love you all.
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “precious.” Use it any way you’d like. Have fun!
I love video chatting with my girls. I just finished talking to them it was at least half an hour. When I video chat it makes me feel I’m there with them. They’re growing too fast and they always make me laugh with their silliness. I love listening to their stories, especially when it’s about their friends or school.
We were watching them playing and they show us their Halloween decorations. It was a wonderful moment. I wish I was there to give them a hug and lots of kisses. I miss my girls very much. This is the little precious moments I will cherish forever.
Also, I can thank the new technology for making these little moments so especial. I am grateful for that.
SoCS is hosted by Linda G. Hill.
I’ve the most wonderful day. We celebrate Mother’s Day here in the USA and I’ve been blessed spending the time with my kids. I got flowers and chocolate from them and my husband made a great meal. We enjoy the nice weather and now the day is almost over I feel blessed to have a wonderful family. To all the moms out there I hope you did have a great day like mine.
To my mother in heaven, thank you for giving me life and raised me the way I am today! I love you and you always be in my heart.
This is the moment to be grateful for family, friends, and strangers. Yes, strangers who have shown me in the last month kindness and words of comfort.
Just this afternoon I received a phone call from Horn of Plenty Food and Toy Drive. The owner of this group it’s also the owner of a Christian radio station. It’s a nonprofit and they have been helping the community for the past 25 years. When they call me, it was to verify I will be home. They were going to deliver a food basket. I thought I will be getting a fruit or a cheese tray. To my surprise it was an entire Christmas meal. It’s approximately $60.00 dollar on groceries including a frozen turkey, milk, and eggs. I was in disbelief since I realized they are other families who are in need. They need this kind of help. These two gentlemen were kind and generous. I begin to cry.
This act of kindness has open my eyes. No matter how bad it looks out there in our country or in the entire world we still have great people.
I will be donating the groceries to the church pantry. I feel is the right thing to do. Like I mentioned before, there are other families who can benefit from this basket. I am grateful to the person who wrote my name and give it to this organization. This act of kindness has been a blessing send by God. It makes me realize I can do more for my community and for others.
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