Thursday, July 6, 2017

6 July 17 - 0839 EDT - blog


"Lies to stir up trouble is a sin."

Forrest Caricofe

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**Yesterday. After my usual publishing's of a blog, 1 video and a postcrossing, I attempted 

to fix the scanner with no luck. 

Later in the morning, Lowes delivered the new refrigerator. They took it through the front 

door of the house which we've used maybe 15 times since we started living here. 

Later in the evening I drove to Orrville to Rite Aid for prescription medications and to 

Drabensott's Drive-in for take out. 

After I got back to the house, I went outdoors to water the flower beds. The plants were

almost dry as a bone, the heat of the day taking the last moisture from them. I also 

sprayed weed killer on anything growing in our U-shaped driveway and I need to do more 

of that tomorrow, weather permitting. I still have more bulbs to plant and to replant some 

of the wild growing sunflowers. There are also plants that have over grown their space and 

I need to dig, separate and plant elsewhere.

**Today. I'm going to try and fix the scanner again and hopefully I can get it done this 


I also need to work on the 9 picture postcards I've picked out for mailing to 9 different 

countries in the world. It seems that I'm always procrastinating in completing and mailing,

it really only requiring a few minutes per postcard of my time. 

The weather forecast calls for high and low temperatures of 78° and 64° with scattered

thunderstorms. I hope they scatter my way. God's watering of the flower beds and lawn is 

always a much better job than I could ever do.


**Some people have called me crazy as hell, but I believe I'm just too friendly. And when 

something needs to be done, I do it now and with boundless energy. Maybe, because of my

too friendly nature and goal to accomplish everything quickly, people are somewhat afraid 

of me and don't know how to act in my presence? I'm talking about people who I've known 

for a while and not friendly strangers. These people that I know sometimes tell 

falsehoods to stir up trouble for me and and sometimes I react in kind, stirring up more 

trouble by doing it. Am I wrong to defend myself? I think not. 

From the Bible:

Titus 3:10 ESV (English Standard Version), author, Paul. 

"As for a person who stirs up division, after warning him once and then twice, have 

nothing more to do with him...."

Am I really crazy as hell? That depends on the people I know and not my friends who are

almost always total strangers. 

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