FAITHfully Yours – More than one way to pray

“Prayer need not be in words, but rather in thought and attitude… words without love mean nothing.”


Loving Touch by Peggy

Baha’i Tidbit

The Baha’i Faith, the world’s newest independent global belief system, teaches the oneness of God, the unity of humanity and the essential harmony of all religions.

During the month of November, Baha’i Blogging is hosting a post-a-day-or-so something related to or inspired by Faith.  Because so many of you follow both this blog and CATNIPblog Peggy & I will post our “dailies” here and Sunday “retrospectives” on

The hashtag is #bahaiblogging.

Of Mice and Men* and A Blogging Challenge, A to Z

A Belated Catch-up with the Alphabet Challenge for bloggers hosted by: http://www.tossingitout.blogspot.comArlee Bird’s Tossing It Out
Jeffrey Beesler’s World of the Scrib
Alex J. Cavanaugh Alex J. Cavanaugh
Jen Daiker’s Unedited
Candace Ganger’s The Misadventures in Candyland
Karen J Gowen at Coming Down the Mountain
Talli Roland
Stephen Tremp’s Breakthrough Blogs

Here at Starbuck’s!  I’ve switched to iced coffee today.  My need for Passion (tea) is waning.  caffeine is my drug of choice today. . . .it is day 8 without phone service and internet access (but who’s counting . . .)  They are supposed to be out tomorrow to fix the line . . . .  Meanwhile I’ve figured out how to retrieve messages on my cell phone!!!!!

Ok, on to more important things.  THE A to Z Blogging Challenge I signed on for the day before the land-line went kaput.  So here is my catch up.  Ta Da!

A =  A

B =  Belated

C = Catch-up.

D = Dang it!

E = Exceptionally

F= Frustrating

G = Gol Darn it!

H= Hiccup

I = In

J = Judy’s

K = Kwerky

L = Life

(I may be 3 letters ahead now — JUST IN CASE the phone company doesn’t show up tomorrow!)

“The premise of the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge is to post something on your blog every day in April except for Sundays.  In doing this you will have 26 blog posts–one for each letter of the alphabet.   Each day you will theme your post according to a letter of the alphabet”  .

*The best laid plans of Mice and Men . . . . (a pretentious reference to John Steinbeck)