|Mom, our niece Angela, her granddaughter, taken yesterday.|
Happy Monday to one and all as we get this work week kicked off here on this February 6, 2017. I'm glad to send out a big howdy for the 2,497th time from me to all those who find themselves on this page. That's without regard to how you got here. It happens. To me. Often. I'm out there looking for something and I accidentally land on something that turns out to be interesting. I can't guarantee that to be the case for any accidental tourists that land on my blog. But, it could happen. As for the number of blogs I've produced, I guess from my viewpoint, the steady knock wears the rock. I've heard and used that little saying a number of times during my sojourn, however, I found out it is really obscure. If you Google it with quotes, it only yields three responses. Two of those refer to the same article about using a steady hand in raising a child with Autism. The third one is from yours truly. That's right! Little ole me. It was from a blog I published on Thursday, December 13, 2013. I used that figure of speech when talking about the progression of world events over time and their impact on the nation of Israel, and how these seemingly disconnected happenings collectively fulfill Bible prophecy. I know. That sounds really serious and really deep. That's what I thought as well. I actually surprise myself sometimes. But, then again, making comments certainly doesn't always imply understanding. I'm very certain my blogs, over time, stand as proof of that.