Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Sat, 02/27/2016 - 11:25
JOURNAL: Now I love manuals. Whenever I get a new product, I almost always save the manual, even if I know that I may never, ever look at it again. When I was younger, I use to put them all in a big file in a filing cabinet and every now and then throughout the years, I have actually had to go find one to get some useful information out of it. But most of the time that does not happen. Most of the time they just sit in the filing cabinet year after year, some way past the time I even have the pr
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Thu, 02/18/2016 - 09:39
JOURNAL: I work for a large company in Boise. It takes at least 10 minutes to walk from one side of the company to the other. And that is if you walk pretty fast. They have many parking lots to accommodate all the people and depending on when you come in, you can have a bit of a hike walking in to your building.
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Mon, 02/08/2016 - 10:18
JOURNAL THOUGHTS: These verses (Ezekiel 36:26-27) at the end of this story are part of my memory verses. This morning when I was going through my verses and recited these two, I stopped and thought more about them.
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Mon, 02/01/2016 - 13:58
RANDOM THOUGHTS: This morning I typed the word, ponder. I have used this word many times in my life but today...it revealed itself more personally to me. It occurred to me in a epiphany...that this is the true definition of the word.
Ponder: To think about something deeply while walking near or around a pond.
Yes, it is true...Ponder is the joining as one of pond and wander. In mathematic form, it is...pond + wander = ponder.
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Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Wed, 01/27/2016 - 20:31
JOURNAL: Last Sunday afternoon, I watched football to see who would make it into the super-bowl while I worked on an old friend. I set up a table in the middle of my living room, laid out a towel, took my old friend off the wall and laid him gently down on his back for the procedure.
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Fri, 01/22/2016 - 10:58
SHORT THOUGHTS: In the midst of the pain that comes with this life, there is still lots of happiness and joy to be found if we work on the things we "can" change and lay down the things we cannot. If we refuse to allow the bad to make us miss all the blessings that are still here right in front of our faces, we will begin to see that happiness and joy are still all around us...just waiting for us to notice them.
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Fri, 01/22/2016 - 10:17
RANDOM THOUGHTS: Today, I went to Sportsman's Warehouse with my son inlaw, Casey. While we were there, we thought we would look at some of their camo gear. We took a look around and I was amazed at their lack of seasonal camo merchandise.
I was so disappointed, I took a couple of pictures of where it should have been so you could see for yourself this monstrous merchandising failure. (M.M.F.)
If you are looking for camo gear, don't bother looking there because you certainly will not find it.
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Thu, 01/21/2016 - 11:47
RANDOM THOUGHTS: This morning as I was getting ready to leave for work, I became more aware to something I already knew. I just noticed again and it made me smile that every time I talk to Peanut Butter Wood, her tail will start to wag. That logically made me think about the difference between dogs and cats.
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Fri, 11/13/2015 - 09:41
SHORT THOUGHTS: Some practical advice from the Psalms today
When I read through these verses, I especially like the visual I see in my mind of hiding God's word in my heart and again, like in Jeremiah 29:13, seeking God with all your heart. They are acts of our will...something WE can choose to do.
We or...I, at least, have hidden and hide way too many things in my heart that do not belong there and have sought and seek ways and things that lead me into trouble or just as bad...just lead to no where.
Submitted by davidwoodbooks on Thu, 11/05/2015 - 07:06
SHORT THOUGHTS: Are you having issues with crooked paths? I have had plenty of "crooked path" issues throughout my life.
Looking back over my life with 20/20 hindsight, it seems to turn out that my crooked path times were always when I thought I knew something that I did not and upon closer inspection, I found that I was only following...me. That has never proved to be a great combo...EVER!!! Without God to lead and guide me...I am surely lost.