Saturday, April 19, 2014

Hannah

This is Hannah, Fleta's granddaughter. She gives me a lot of laughter.  I read the blog then I call Fleta to get the rest of the story.

She Has a seed in this dish. A school progeny  no doubt. Grandma says she gives the seed a lot of attention. She waters the seed and carries it around and to top the story off Fleta said she had her fingers in the dirt stirring it around when Fleta ask Why ?she said she was looking for the seed.
this is the dress I bought her 
for Easter. Isn't she beautiful?
. Fleta is coming by here on her way back from taking the kids to Oak Grove. I think they have a big Easter egg hunt at the park or the baseball field at Oak Grove .
Fleta brought me home from the hospital  a while back and I was complaining about living so many years (76)
Fleta said she hoped she lived until she was 76 when I ask WHY ???she said little Hannah would be 16 when  she was 76. OH MY!

Friday, April 18, 2014

FOX, IS HE A REPUB?

The White House may not be getting new occupants until 2016, but there is one unexpected addition to the set of familiar faces on the presidential grounds.
A pesky red fox has weaselled his way into claiming his own piece of the residence.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the fox had been a frequent visitor to the grounds late last summer but was left to roam free once many of the White House groundskeepers were furloughed during the government shutdown.
Ruling the residence: A single red fox has been spotted around the White House grounds since last summer (pictured on the South Lawn in February)
Ruling the residence: A single red fox has been spotted around the White House grounds since last summer (pictured on the South Lawn in February)
Making a home: The fox was a problem before the government shut down but the groundskeeper's efforts were thwarted when they were furloughed last fall
Making a home: The fox was a problem before the government shut down but the groundskeeper's efforts were thwarted when they were furloughed last fall
The groundskeepers brought metal traps and scattered them around the White House grounds but the rotting hunks of chicken used inside as bait did not appeal to the discerning fox.
Instead, he has taken to Mrs Obama's famed fruit and vegetable garden.
'We don't mind that he passes through, but we don't want him to stay,' groundskeeper Dale Haney told The Wall Street Journal.
'No overnight guests.'
Sneaking a raspberry doesn't quite qualify as a breach in security, but setting off security alarms in the middle of the night does cause problems.
On the lookout: President Obama, seen on Friday in the Rose Garden, has apparently spotted the fox from his seat in the Oval Office

Thursday, April 17, 2014

CHRIST'S APOSTILES

DID YOU KNOW....
Mathew was slain in Ethiopia by the sword.
Mark was draged through the streets of alezdanra in egypt until dead.
Luke was hanger on a olivie tree in Greece.
John was boiled in hot oil in Rome but lived and died of old age on the isle Ephues in Asia.
James the greater was beheaded at Jersalem.
James the lesser was thrown from a pinnical or wing of the temple then beaten to death with a club.
Phillip was  a pillar in Hieropolis a city of phrygia.
Bartholome was was flayed alive by a barbarous king.
Thomas was run through with a lance in caromendel  in the east indies.
Andrew was bound to a cross where he preached the gospel until he died.
St. Jude was shot to death with arrows.
Simon peter was  curified in Persia, modern day Iran.
mathias was stoned and then beheaded.
Barnbas was stoned to death by jews at Salania.
Paul was beheaded in Rome by Nero.
This was the fate of Christ's apostiles

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

trip home





Dome of the rock

Sometimes I am amazed at my self and how dumb I am. I have looked at the gold topped building on the mountain in Jerusalem many times  but only yesterday did I realize that it was just a fancy roof over a big rock and not a building.This Hugh rock is supposed to be the rock where Abraham was going to sacrifice Issac or the Muslims say Ishmael.. .