I talk about my faith, my trust in God my Heavenly Father. Yet, this morning (11 o’clock) I’m having a panic attack because I’m expected at a “Big Breakfast” tomorrow morning (at nine). This is the first “Big Breakfast” since the Coronavirus pandemic started two-and-one-half years ago. As I’ve often stated, I’ve been a hermit. I do not want to be in a crowd of people—albeit perhaps only a small crowd and people I know. ~~ This is my Journal and I have to be honest about events in my everyday life.
Twice a day, I watch and listen to the message of Dr. David Jeremiah (6:00 AM & 3:00 PM on TBN). Today’s message [yesterday’s message] was uniquely different. and I recommend my reader watch and listen. I would be remiss if I didn’t tell my readers that I receive comfort from messages by my favorite TV ministers.
My trailer home was not very warm; I had been wearing a sweater. I hoped (and prayed) that a shower—and wash my hair—would elevate my depressed and grieved emotions. Nice try? I’m still depressed!!
Twice a day, I watch and listen to the message of Dr. David Jeremiah (6:00 AM & 3:00 PM on TBN). Today’s message was uniquely different. and I recommend my reader watch and listen. I would be remiss if I didn’t tell my readers that I receive comfort from messages by my favorite TV ministers.
Five hundred individuals were added to my database in seven days.
Documenting obituaries—and adding information to individuals already in my database—allows me to ignore the fact that I don’t get a good night’s sleep. I forget my fatigue—and pain. I’m not thinking about Hurricane Ian or political discord. Ancestry.com is my self-medication.
Twelve noon and I’ve been researching since eight o’clock. I received the email message (top portion of the image) and consulted my Ancestry database. There were new names to add… and existing names to connect with. As I’ve often stated, I strive for 200% accuracy in my database. Mine wasn’t wrong but I took this opportunity to reinforce the existing information. Helping other researchers? Second to “climbing the family tree,” I love (1) clipart, and (2) creating collages. Fact: This morning, I created several other collages that were attached to the individuals but I won’t display them here.
POSTSCRIPT @ 6:30 PM: Still “at it” because “no end in sight.” FYI: There was an explanation at the location where I saved the information regarding two women named Frances.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, I’ve been a self–imposed hermit for two and one–half years. I don’t have a soapbox, pulpit or megaphone. I LOVE AMERICA!! The flag of the United States of America—and the Christian flag—are on display on the street side of my yard seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.
I am notorious for procrastination. This evening was an exception. I saw the TV advertisement for the “Eye Candy” magnifier and immediately grabbed my credit card and went to the website. I am giving myself a very useful gift. I use the old-fashioned magnifying glass more than a hundred times a day.