I Believe Judge Brett Kavanaugh

I am a woman.

I believe in the presumption of innocence.

I believe in the rule of law.

I believe Judge Kavanaugh.

I do not believe Ford.

I do not believe Ramirez.

I do not believe Swetnik.

I believe the battle is the Lord’s!

The Triune God and He alone is in control of all things. It is not the Democrats, not the Republicans, not the FBI, not the Senate, and most certainly not oily porn lawyers.

Whether you believe in God or not, His Word is truth. God knows how this battle will end. In His Word, He tells us that He knows the END from the BEGINNING:

 I am God, and there is no other;
 I am God, and there is none like me.
 I make known the end from the beginning,
 from ancient times, what is still to come.
I say, ‘My purpose will stand,
and I will do all that I please. –Isaiah 46: 9-10

Not surprisingly, the pit of hell has vomited up a legion of Satan’s army to come up against Brett Kavanaugh and his family. The Bible plainly tells us:

We wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. –Ephesians 6:12

We are witnessing spiritual warfare against President Trump and against the President’s Supreme Court nominee playout on television and on social media.

But take heart…as I said, the battle is the Lord’s and the Lord’s alone! It is He that will decide the outcome of the Brett Kavanaugh nomination! For it is written:

Do not be afraid nor dismayed because of this great multitude, for the battle is not yours, but God’s…You will not need to fight in this battle. Position yourselves, stand still and see the salvation of the Lord.2 Chronicles 20:15, 17.

Though I earnestly pray that Judge Brett Kavanaugh will ultimately prevail and be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court, and that he and his family will be saved (and completely restored) from the most godless, wicked, vile, and vicious bludgeoning from the mob, I will trust in God and His purposes, no matter what the outcome.

Jesus is the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords. He is the Maker and the Judge of all things and it is He that will render the final verdict in the end.

Put your hope in God, Judge Kavanaugh. Hope thou in God!

Amen!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do You and Your Dog a Favor: Stop Feeding Commercial Food

I’m done with commercial dog food! I won’t spend another penny on it.

Most people don’t realize that a huge percentage of problems with their dogs and cats comes from feeding commercial food products. Diet is EVERYTHING!  I didn’t realize any of this until I adopted a rescue. Veterinarians (in my experience) will rarely talk about nutrition as a remedy. They usually go straight to surgery and/or medication which is very often not the best option and is cost prohibitive for many people. I believe vets have their place, but it’s big business today. It’s rare to find a vet that takes a more holistic approach.

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Historic Prescott, AZ: Home to Virgil Earp, Whiskey Row & World’s Oldest Rodeo

Roundtree’s and Dickson’s saloons were crowded with customers, and we will not say how much whiskey was disposed of–it might surprise our temperate friends in Tucson and La Paz. Nobody was hurt, but the boys waxed very merry, and some of them very tipsy, and there was no little promiscuous firing of revolvers… Prescott Arizona Miner Newspaper, July 6, 1864

I am blessed to reside in Prescott, Arizona, twice the capital of Arizona in Territorial Days. Founded in 1864, the town of Prescott quickly became a popular destination for many and remains so today.

When people think of the Old West, Tombstone, Arizona, famously comes to mind, and rightfully so. The legend of the Earp brothers certainly made it the historical landmark it is today. Founded by a mining prospector who discovered silver in 1877, it quickly turned into a rough and tumble sort of place and proved to be one of the last boom towns on the Western Frontier.

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Bird Cage Theatre, Circa 1937, Tombstone, Arizona–Courtesy Library of Congress

Sadly, there isn’t much left of Tombstone today–save the tourist traps. But even the tourist traps are far from what they used to be decades ago in the 1960s and 1970s. I visited there about seven years ago, only to be disappointed and disheartened at how much it really had changed and not for the better–shops had closed, many were up for sale, and the Bird Cage Theatre, now a museum, no longer had the shows (featuring shootouts and costumed dance hall girls) that I fondly remembered years ago. Contrast Tombstone with the vibrant, lively, bustling, small town of Prescott and you’ll find a town that is every bit as historically rich as Tombstone (arguably more so), Earp brothers and all.

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An Epihany: Perfect Deviled Eggs Every Single Time

I love Deviled Eggs. Who’s with me?

Not just any old Deviled Eggs either. Truth be told I have had my share of really bad Deviled Eggs over the years (and the store bought kind are about the worst on the planet). For most people, Deviled Eggs are a challenge to make.

In order to love Deviled Eggs like I do, they must be good…and I mean they have got to be eat ’em like candy good. The filling is key to a really good Deviled Egg, but so is the presentation. Continue reading

She Sleeps: Meet Julia K. Johnson!

Those of you who read my blog know that I research and write about dead people. It’s my passion and it’s my way of honoring their memory (whether deserved or not) and to perhaps–hopefully–connect these sleeping dead with descendants that are living today.

I long to discover old photographic evidence of my own ancestors and have yet to do so. For now, I am satisfied in making other families happy with the discovery of precious relics they can add to their ancestry puzzle.

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Freedom Fading: Our Nation is Dying!

I don’t recognize our beloved Country anymore!

It certainly isn’t the U.S. I grew up in, and every single day our freedoms are being eroded by people that can’t and don’t and never will appreciate what freedom really is and what it costs.

I happen to be one of those who appreciate those individuals that went before and those that still defend us today. Those who fought and died (and are still dying) for our Freedom. We all stand on their shoulders today.

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The Magic of the Written Word: Hijacked by Visual Media!

Oy vey! It’s been two long years since I’ve banged these keys. I couldn’t believe it when I looked at the date of my last post. It begs the question: does anyone read blogs anymore?

I do! That is, if the substance is there. Much of what I read today is clearly concocted and fake, feverishly and (many times sloppily) cobbled together by global virtual marketers–so wooden and predictable.

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