"FAITH and Unfinished Business"

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

What I Like

I like. I likes what I like, and decided why shouldn’t share what I liked this week?

I have been absent from blogging for a bit. That’s bound to happen from time to time, which is why I would not commit to a schedule for posting. Life takes precedence over blogging. So I am sharing the highlights from my ‘facing’ and browsing instead. Social networking does have it’s advantages.

Here’s a handy article via a blog for energy saving tips in this energy drained economy.


I am looking forward to seeing this movie!


I can always count on this favorite comedic author to lighten things up: I was thinking about calling in an order for a defibrillator. Just so I could say, “And I’d like to charge that, please.” Rhonda Rhea

Bob Hostetler-isms are always worth a reflective laugh too! – Bob “is thinking octopus tentacles should actually be called eightacles.” Bob Hostetler is an author and pastor I respect and love.

If you are a cat lover, a pet lover, or even if you’re not, this cartoon is over the top talented, so funny, absolutely true, and deserves an ‘awww’ moment! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKvNqe8cKU4 “Cat in the Box”

Andie’s beautiful website always features outstanding videos. What a wonderful reminder of who our redeemer is, and what He has done for us. http://www.andiesisle.com/creation/magnificent.html

Friend Marilyn Sue helps us keep that perspective too, through her own camera lens: MY LIVING LENS: AUGUST PINK ON PINK


Here is a beautiful reminder of our real heros!

http://media.causes.com/882234 Some gave All

Everyone knows I am a fan of this drama team! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cambridge-OH/The-Quiet-Love-Foundation-Inc/282703768014?__a=8&

See Review of a must read book about a socially important topic, by favorite author Terri Blackstock.


and last, and most importantly, visit the latest video on my facebook, (http://tinyurl.com/yzpexjf ) entitled “Watch This!”. It features an alarming and dazzling wake-up call. Appreciative credit to Sam Sanford.

April Boyer © 2010