Good Morning! So much for the best laid plans of mice and men. I hadn't planned on doing any more of this series on Miracles for several weeks, but recent events were so unusual I just couldn't wait.
Serena Mirelez is one of my youngest granddaughters. You'll remember her story from past Coffee Breaks as the one who was stricken with Transverse Myelitis at 2 1/2 years of age and mostly paralyzed from the neck down.
Things -- miracles -- have been happening on such a constant basis, I figured I'd better share some of them before they get old. We'll do the piece on Angelology next time.
'Mornin'! So much to say, and so little time! Guess I'll just have to increase my frequency of posts again.
And a Great Gettin' up Mornin' to ya! Like I said in our last Coffee Break, so much is happening even as I write that it's hard to keep up. Grab that cup of good really dark roasted coffee, maybe a "vitamin" or two, and let's not waste any time getting started today.
Greetings, Solutions, Salutations, and Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning! We're back home in Sunnyside, Washington after nearly three weeks of travel. Those of you who are individual subscribers to these Coffee Breaks will have received K-E XXVI while we were still in Canada.
I am Curt Atkinson and I live in Florida. I am 70 years old and live alone. I had everything wrong with me. Between my back, my legs, and hips I just couldn't get up and go nor sit up too long, but I tried as best as I could. I was in terrible physical shape and a little mental I hate to admit, and I needed prayer so bad. I've had two heart attacks and two strokes and diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. 911 have picked me up four times since April of '98. It seemed like I was just going back and forth to the hospital.
Greetings, Salutations, Solutions, Felicitations, etc., etc., etc., ad infinitum! That ought to fire up your juices today! Oh, and it is very, very dark-roasted Colombian in both the French Press and the Expresso Machine today. Come on by and have a cup with me.
Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning! How you be this fine day? Coffee's on. Mine's poured. I'm just kinda sittin' here, enjoyin' the wonderful aroma from those dark roasted Colombian beans. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm............................
Great getting' up mornin' to ye, Folks! Blessin's on Ye! There, how's that for a good morning greeting. Awwww, well... Anyway...grab that fresh cup of coffee from your French Press coffee maker, or that cup of super hot Expresso.