I did not intend to be absent from ELOGOS for these last days. It was a hickup in technology. My attempt to de-clutter and re-order and tidy apparently disturbed the techie gods from high atop the thingy. It all comes down to money though. One company wanted to keep their revenue flow from my little pockets and did their level best to make me give up my quest of cleaning up my internet house and having the audacity to shop for the same service at a better price. This was probably more information than you wanted or were interested in hearing. You should have seen the details I threw into whatever landfill in the internet universe collects my trash box when I click it politely. I should be grateful for having trash I can empty without thinking about whether or not my scruffy morning appearance hauling my trash can outside will scare the neighbors. The different species of birds are fighting at my feeder now. Life goes on. We deal with our hickups. Take out the trash. We fight over what we declare as ours alone including the truth. We reach, when we are wise, for something greater than ourselves to hold on to, especially when everything is so uncertain. In the words of the great "theologian" Tennessee Williams, "Sometimes there is God, so quickly." May it be so with you today.
I opened an Etsy shop to sell my woodcrafts and art to raise some funds for the ongoing rebuilding effort from Hurricane Harvey, yes we are still rebuilding and your help is appreciated. The Etsy shop is named Jazzwater. Thank you for checking it out and sharing it with those you know.
Peace & Joy,
Deb Grant, resilient child of God, creative tinker of paper, ink, wood, shiny things, paint and words. The human amusement of a parrot and a dog.
Writer, poet, artist, human, citizen, learner, scruffy, goof.
Word Food by Deb is randomly published. More than weekly, less than daily at the following media sites: