Angel Alert

January 9th, 2008 by pet

I had news yesterday that my dear friend Ruth went home to be with the Lord.
She was a faithful saint. She was my friend in some dark hours.

I will miss her.

My friend Elaine wrote:
I wrote your name on a piece of paper, but by accident I threw it away.
I wrote your name on my hand, but it washed away.
I wrote your name in the sand, but the waves whispered it away.
I wrote your name in my heart, and forever it will stay.

That sums it up…

I believe in angels, the kind that heaven sends. I’m surrounded by angels, but I call them my friends.

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Arlington Christmas Wreaths

December 20th, 2007 by pet

In Florida, wreaths were laid on the 15th of the month..

I was so sad not to be able to participate.

This week’s hero was suggested by Cindy & Kathi

Arlington Christmas Wreaths

Each year, around this time, since 1992, the Arlington National Cemetery has something happen to it. It gets covered in vibrant green Christmas wreaths. The wreaths are donated by a man named Merrill Worcester who is the owner of the Worcester Wreath Co. in Maine. From the Worcester Wreath Co.’s website:

Each year Worcester Wreath donates Maine wreaths to adorn the headstones of those who serve and those who sacrificed to preserve our freedoms. In 2007, over 10,000 wreaths are destined for the annual wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington. In addition, 2,500 wreaths will be sent to Togus National Cemetery in Augusta, Maine. Worcester Wreath also donates ceremonial wreaths that will be used as part of the Wreaths Across America events at over 230 State and National veterans cemeteries all across the Country.

Sometimes a hero is one who sacrifices everything in their life to help others. And sometimes a hero is one who sacrifices nothing more than their time.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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A Good Thing

April 23rd, 2007 by pet

There are some very decent people in the world,
tomorrow, it may be that the decent people get a break.

Mike Gallagher is a nationally syndicated radio host, Fox News Channel contributor and guest host and author of Surrounded by Idiots: Fighting Liberal Lunacy in America. He is a very decent person.

Last April he offered to have the cult of evil from westboro baptist cult on his show, if they would agree to not picket the funerals of the Amish children.
They agreed and the show went on.

Mike has stepped up once again to do a Good thing.
The hate cult was preparing to picket and chant at the funerals of the slain at Virginia Tech.
He has offered to let them on the show for the entire 3 hours, if they will not picket.

They have accepted his offer.

Doug Hite wrote in an article:
“In any case, hate speech like this can no longer be tolerated, and Americans need to muscle up. Where are the throngs of true Christians fighting against their message? Where are the students who are taking the streets to stop these nutjobs? Why aren’t any of us stepping up to make this point? For the students who gave their all, the Westboro Baptist Church must be stopped.”

I’m wondering if Doug has ever attended a military funeral where these evil ones have been.

Mike is going to need a lot of prayer support tomorrow my friends.
Please as you lift up the families for comfort, also lift Mike up in prayer.

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