Posts Tagged ‘God’s will’

Writing a joke can be a long nerve wracking process. It can also produce something vastly different than what you originally intended. This post will look at how I wrote a joke that I am using as my closer from time to time and how I got it from the staring line to almost ready to cross the finish line. (more…)

No bacon batman

**Editors note – I have not posted any kind of poem for quite a while and thought it was time. Hope you enjoy. If you do  I’d appreciate some likes and shares as well as some comments. Thanks, you guys are the best!


Hardline walking, anger shaking, fire underfoot;

can’t explain away the pain, peace won’t stay – too scared to move.

Confrontation, conflagration, unexpected complication.

No exaggeration here.

Fear breeding fear – living life alone; scales won’t fall from my eyes.

Wash in the pool, dive in deep – sow but don’t reap

Betrayal by silver – guilty, driving in the dagger a kiss on the cheek;

there is no difference.

Stuck to a tree, ashamed to wake;

fever burns with tears.

Alone – please leave me alone.

Please don’t leave me alone.

Open Bible with PenWE DID IT!!!!!!!!!!

We made it 31 days and know we’re all full of wisdom and discernment, right? I know I am not done yet.

Ready to read today’s proverb? Great, give it a read or two check out my thoughts then launch into your final analysis. I look forward to read all your comments! (more…)

Open Bible with PenProverbs 30 – HCSB

We’re one day away! Don’t quit on me now – a not to myself as much as anyone else!


Open Bible with Pen Proverbs 29 – HCSB

Discipline your son, and it will bring you peace of mind
and give you delight.


Open Bible with Pen      Proverbs 28 – HCSB

“The one who works his land will have plenty of food, but whoever chases fantasies will have his fill of poverty.”


 Proverbs 27 – HCSB

Iron sharpens iron,and one man sharpens another.”


Open Bible with PenProverbs 26 – HCSB

As a dog returns to its vomit, so a fool repeats his foolishness.”


Open Bible with PenProverbs 25 – HCSB

These too are proverbs of Solomon, which the men of Hezekiah, king of Judah, copied.