Tag: cancer

Happiness, Hope and Heaven

Matthew 5;14 – You are the light of the world.  A city on a hill cannot be hidden.

We did it with your help!  One hundred and one buckets were delivered to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital Monday.  My friend and our daughters drove to Memphis, TN and delivered the buckets to the hospital.  It was a great day to see how God used these buckets to bring a smile to the face of a child; to bring a little HAPPINESS to their day!

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I watch these children in wheelchairs and wagons, with masks covering their faces and hats covering their heads; some losing their hair and some running around with no hair.  All were there for a common purpose – to find HOPE.
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Tuesdays with Morrie Or Any Other Day With Any Other Person

Yesterday I went to see the movie, The Fault in Our Stars.  If you haven’t seen it, you should……….but take your Kleenexes.  There was a part in the movie where three teens were talking about giving eulogies at other people’s funerals and how they should “practice” before someone dies so that the dying person can be present at his own funeral.  Even though it sounds a little morbid, it was a part in the movie that you felt yourself smile and even laugh a little.
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My God is in the Bucket Filling Business

Yesterday’s  blog post was about waiting patiently on the Lord……….I’m still waiting on some things but man, did He answer quickly on some other things!!

I have created a mission called Bucket Buddies® mission that is designed to make a difference to cancer patients by providing a bucket full of small gifts.  Read More