April Newsletter

I Wonder…


“Blonde Logic”

Two blondes were driving through Louisiana when they came to a sign that told them they were almost to Natchitoches. They argued all the way there about how to pronounce the name of the town.  Finally they stopped for lunch.  After getting their food, one of the blondes said to the cashier, “Can you settle an argument for us? Very slowly, tell us where we are.” The cashier leaned over the counter and said “Buuurrrrrr-Gerrrrrr Kiiiinnnnnggg”.


Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.



Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday, and all is well. God is in Control


Reflections from Karan:

Have you had a bad nights’ sleep, woke up in the morning looked in the mirror and thought, “I’m not sure I’ll make it today”. Is your hair standing on end? Are there bags under your eyes…? Thank goodness for bag cream, not to mention the dreaded puffed eyelids? Some mornings, looking in the mirror can almost stop your heart. This happens to me quit often.

Have you fallen of your diet in a major way? Enjoyed an incredible weekend full of carbs, sugar and fat overload, and now feeling guilty, bloated and 10 pounds heavier than when you started. You know, the weekend where you ate everything you could get your hands on just because you couldn’t stand another carrot stick? I have, and I always give myself a good scolding too. I usually feel so guilty and miserable I promise myself never again. Well, maybe that’s a little hasty, I hear a little Chocolate is good for You!

Perhaps you’ve had a dispute with your husband, friends or even the kids and your nerves are fried. Possibly you’re saying, “I need to run away for a while or take a cruise “or if you’re like me you just stay in bed and cover your head. I’ve even considered a week at a rest home, wouldn’t that be heavenly. There I could sit on the porch in a rocking chair and sing “Blessed Quietness”and mean it.

Some day’s life does not go the way I expect. I can write lists, make my plans and try to get some sense of order, yet life does not stop because I have had a bad day. Have you ever felt like that?

I am thankful that as each new day comes, I can choose to find something to be thankful for. I am learning how to find joy in the moments. This is a lifelong journey, and a fast learner I am not. Not because my life is perfect, but because I have a friend who loves me through the circumstances of my life. He is the shield who blocks the sting and protects me in his perfect will. Nothing touches me that does not go through the cross first.

Although I will always have my share of bad hair days, bags under my eyes, blow my diet and lose my temper. I am safe and secure in the knowledge that God’s love and forgiveness is constant, unconditional and forever. He is my Friend, He is enough.©

How precious is your unfailing love, O God! All humanity finds shelter in the shadow of your wings. Psalm 36:7

Lovingly, Karan

Thank you for dropping by and sharing your time with me.

What helps you cope with bad days? I would love to hear What You do.

Have a great week!


2 comments on “April Newsletter

    1. Karan Gleddie

      Thank You for stopping by and sharing your time with me, Karan

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