Valentine’s Day Love

Well today is a day for lovers all over the world. This is also Healthy Heart Month so put on your red and show some love all around.

The weather here is just beautiful , with temperature in the 50 degrees. All made possible by God.

I am sitting here in my red pjs and enjoying the day. We celebrated our thirty – third wedding anniversary on Friday and today we are eating the sweet stuff. 🙂 (candy)

Remember after eating that stuff you have to work hard to take it off. A few minutes a day for a week. I will try to walk mine off around the house and to the mail box. 🙂 So be true to yourself and don’t cheat.

This is going to be a short blog. I have blogged about love before so let’s keep it moving. Give it to each others weather it family or neighbor. Remember with all the love do not forget about forgiveness it all goes together.

The scripture for today is Matthew 6: 14-15

For if you forgive men when they sin against you , your heavily Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive men their sins , your Father will not forgive your sins.

Remember Forgiveness is necessary and Bitterness is optimal. So , enjoy the love today. God bless all.

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2 Responses to Valentine’s Day Love

  1. Sis Sylvia says:

    Hi Sis,
    I was on my computer and remembered your blog, nice to see that you are dedicated to it, and keeping it up. It’s good therapy. Hey congrats to you and Big Bro on your 30th, that is a blessing! Now let’s turn to food, (i’m a foodie too), so in trying to eat more healthy food, here’s a good recipe that I tried on a bed of mixed salad greens. I have to be creative because I take lunch to work, so I don’t want to be caught eating a lot of processed foods. So here we go.
    Take 1 cup brown rice (Uncle Ben’s has an amazing 1 minute cup that you can buy)
    Add 1/4 c mandarian orange slices (get the one with no/low sugar)
    2 Tbs walnuts (yummy full of omegas)
    1/4 c green, red and yellow sweet peppers (get creative, if you dont have one,
    worry, just add what you have)
    2 Tbs raisins
    1 chopped scallion
    1 chopped celery stalk
    1 Tbs olive oil
    1 Tbs cider vinegar
    1 tsp orange or mandarin juice
    1/2 garlic clove
    1 tsp low sodium soy sauce
    dash salt/pepper
    Enjoy a healthy lunch or dinner
    May the Lord continue to bless and keep you and shine His light upon you.

  2. Coralyn Fraser says:

    Hi Auntie,

    Glad to hear that things are still going well for you! Happy belated anniversary to you and Uncle!! Keep spreading the love … nice message about love and forgiveness. Can’t believe how quickly time is flying by, so keep making the most of every moment in your life … I love hearing about your journey! Give my love to everyone and don’t forget that I luv you all!!


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