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John Cowart's Daily Journal: A befuddled ordinary Christian looks for spiritual realities in day to day living.

Friday, May 25, 2007

Almost Summer

Watch out world, Maggie is on the road now!

Thursday my daughter-in-law and I went to the State Tag Agency and transferred ownership of my old car to my granddaughter. This was her last day of classes and she can now spend the summer driving. I’m happy for her.

Lord, help her to never get hurt in this car and help her to never hurt anyone else with it.

In the afternoon, my friend Wes dropped by for a late lunch. He’d just come back from downstate visiting a relative he had not seen in ages. The lady gave him a box of pipes for me: one is broken, three are drugstore pipes, and three are superior quality briars. They all smoke cool and smooth. I’m delighted! Thanks Wes and Bobbie.

My eldest daughter and her ex went to court today where the judge told them to go to their separate rooms, leave each other alone, not bicker anymore, and play nice. Same thing I’ve said since they were little kids.

As the Scripture says, “If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men”.

Helen is working on my Bluefish Books site and hopes to have it finished and ready to sell thousands of my books by next week — stay tuned to this station.

Ginny is taking today off work to add a day to our long Memorial Day weekend. We plan to lay around the pool and sip iced tea and read mysteries and talk, love, garden, snack and nap — and clean pipes — all weekend.

A good start to our own peaceful summer.

Doubt if I’ll blog anymore till next Tuesday.

Speaking of blogging:

Ten days ago today, back on May 15th, Darlene tagged me with an 8 Things Meme. In my response, I tagged several e-friends. The following people have already responded to my tag with posts about their own fascinating Eight Things.

Good for them!

Please drop by their sites, get acquainted, and leave them a comment. These did their homework assignment and turned it in on time. They deserve an A+ or at least a happy face sticker:

Amrita in India

Barbara’s Along The Way


Eric in Alaska

Jellyhead in Australia

Karen In England

Pete, Karen’s Dad

LeiselB at Dead Man’s Honda

Please, visit my website for more www.cowart.info and feel free to look over and buy one of my books www.bluefishbooks.info
posted by John Cowart @ 6:37 AM


At 10:41 AM, Blogger Pat said...

Have a restful and happy holiday weekend with your sweetie!

At 11:37 AM, Blogger Amrita said...

I know how it feels when our kids take the road. I feel the same about my nephew.


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