My friend B gave me this book for my birthday on Tuesday. I finished reading it today. That tells you how engaging this book is. In fact, I even set aside my mystery novel to read this book. I’ve heard of 90 Minutes in Heaven and have seen it as a New York Bestseller in […]

26
Jan

“A new economic study reveals that once Oprah and Facebook are subtracted, the United States of America is worth 40 dollars.” – Andy Borowitz on Huffington Post. LOL Spent an hour of reading Andy Borowitz today. That’s how my life is this week.

25
Jan

On my birthday today, I have some random thoughts. – I don’t like to look at past photos of my children when they were little. It makes me grieve the lost of childhood with them. Those days are gone and there is no going back. I rather look at pictures of what they are doing […]

25
Jan

There is help for those with muscle pain. When I had knee pain, my doctor referred me to see a physical therapist. The therapist gave me ultrasound treatments that eased the pain. Now you can do it yourself at home.  Try the LG-TEC Dual Combo TENS Unit and Muscle Stimulator.  I don’t know if it’s […]

I was talking to a friend about decision making. Every decision we make involves some kind of risk. If we choose to go to Hawaii, we risk the opportunity lost of not going to Paris. If we choose to go to law school, we risk the opportunity lost of being an engineer. My husband and […]

Whenever someone says that they are not being “fed” by their pastor’s preaching at their church, I tell them to not criticize or complain. Afterall, it is not easy to deliver a good sermon every Sunday. Not every pastor is a good preacher. Rather than expecting your pastor to “feed” you (and I don’t think […]

In my Sunday School lesson, I taught from Charles Stanley’s principle that “you know you are growing in your relationship with Christ when spiritual battles are more fierce and you are still rejoicing.” Rejoicing during hard times is not natural. It’s supernatural, and that is why it is an indication that you are growing spiritually. […]

08
Jan

People who know me recommended Julie and Julia.  They know I only watch nice movies: no sex, no violence, no tear-jerkers, no drama, no vulgar language, no social agendas, no cheesy love stories, and of course, no bad endings. Julie and Julia is my type of movie. I was waiting for something bad to happen…and […]

Voices of the Faithful with Beth Moore is a unique blend of daily devotions, missionary stories, and Bible teaching. The collection of missionaries’ experiences from around the world are organized as daily devotions into monthly topics such as God’s Character, Prayer, Contentment, Spiritual Warfare. Each month begins with an introduction of the theme by Beth […]

I grew up in Pasadena. I grew up watching the Rose Parade. My parents owned a restaurant on Colorado Blvd, and almost every New Years day, we watched the Rose Parade from the roof of the restaurant or on the sidewalk. I never got tired of it. I loved the excitement and crowds, and picking […]