If Timmy Can Do It…

There is a little donkey in Donegal who has stolen my heart.  Timmy was born this year at the Donegal Donkey Sanctuary with severe tendon problems in his back legs.  Why has he so captivated me?  I recently had my third surgery on my ankle to fix a an ongoing problem.  Timmy is improving, and as I watch him go, he encourages me to not give up and to keep going.  God bless animals for their uncomplaining spirits.  Blessings to you also on your journey.  Lisa

 

To help Timmy, visit his page. https://www.gofundme.com/Littletimmy16?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_content=CTA_view_campaign&utm_campaign=donation_receiptv5

Meditation: Jesus calms the storm — Imprints of Light

I thought this was a wonderful meditation and wanted to share it.  😊

As part of our school’s “Mental Health Week”, I did a meditation in the morning Chapel Service. It’s based on the wonderful account written in Mark 4:35-41. It’s been a really long and tiring day, a day where so many thousands of people were surrounding Jesus. It was wonderful to see Him heal […]

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Be Silly. Be Honest. Be Kind.

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Happy 2nd day of 2016!!  Another new year of God’s grace.

Some Ralph Waldo Emerson quotes to get my non-resolution self going in the right direction:

“Be Silly.  Be Honest.  Be Kind.

All that I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen.

What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Blessings and love, Lisa

**P.S.  Much thanks to the Belfast gentleman who kindly agreed to take our pictures beside Slieve League cliffs, and also got his thumb in 9 different pictures, causing great and welcome laughter from both sides of the camera.  What a great day.  🙂

 

Sheep Survey (Just Because)

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You look at this picture; you regard the sheep.  Your honest reactions…..

I hope all of you have a marvelously warm and fuzzy kind of weekend, full of cozy things, good food, intriguing conversation, a good book.  Slainte, Lisa