Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! OK, So Christmas is already behind us -- at least for most folks. (The Russian and Greek Orthodox celebrate it a bit later than most folks, so it is still ahead for them.) We are coming up on New Years Day, and this is my opportunity to declare that 2008 will be the best year you've ever had, and that God's blessings will multiply in your lives, your families and your homes!
Good Morning. WHAAATT a GOOOOOOODDDD week! Uhhhh, Huhhh! Della and I decided that we needed to just get away for awhile this week and be alone with the Lord
Solutions, Salutations, Greetings, Blessings, etc., etc., etc.! In case you missed that, Hi! Been another one of those weeks, folks! Can't seem to catch up with myself. Everything that can interrupt our activities has.
Starting the day with my best Minnie Pearl imitation: HaowdeeEE!!! Hmmmm...... Guess that worked, OK. Anyway, how're y'all doin' this fine and wonderful day? Gotcher coffee yet? Ayyup! Reckon we need to get on with things.
And solutions to you this post-Thanksgiving day! OK. Sure. Salutations, too. Ummm....Hi, there! Case you hadn't noticed, the coffee is filling up the room with that wonderful aroma. Better pour yourself a cup before we start.
How doest thou this great day? Dost thou take heed to the wherewithal of those about thee? Yea, hath God so instructed thee? I've often wondered what it would be like to suddenly be thrust back into Elizabethan times and try to converse coherently with people who talk like that. Strange, eh what?
Greetings and Solutions! OK, Salutations, too. You WOULD like some solutions today, though, wouldn't you? One solution for Della and me is the fact that I have her back in the office with me at least two or three days a week after a very long period of busyness with family and business activities. That means that I can actually see daylight in my office for the first time in months. Whaddaya think?
Hiya, Folks! Top o' the mornin' to you. I'd forgotten to mention earlier that we were hosting the Washington, DC Victory Campaign with Kenneth Copeland live on the big screen here at River Worship Center this weekend.
Yawn! Got any toothpicks to prop my eyes open, anyone? Whoa! Gooooooodddd Morrrrrrrnnnnniiinnnnggg! Let's get this day cookin' the right way! You didn't hear me say that about toothpicks, did you? Nawwww. Sometimes, though, I think I need them when I first wake up in the morning with all the hours I've been keeping lately. Brother!
G'Mornin', Folks! Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, are you? Good! Let's get going on this day. I'm doing some coffee-blending today again. Costco has been offering its usual San Francisco Bay French Roast -- which we've been buying -- along with a privately-labeled Columbian Supremo.