Hello everyone, just to bring you up to date. The children are all back in school making our home quiet again. As for myself, I would rather have them running around driving me crazy, making noise and getting into childhood trouble that only a loving parent can settle. The home is a sanctuary for the love of a family and we try very hard to keep it that way.
Last week the school had an ice cream social in order to bring the parents in to meet their children's new teachers. There were a lot of parents there, I was very surprised at the turn out. We had a nice time and met Hannah's new teacher who is called Mr. "W"...don't ask me why he goes by that name, I guess that it's a nickname. Anyway, it's her first male teacher and by my surprise, she really likes him...so far! lol. He gives a lot of homework to his class, but in todays world a child must have a high level education in order to compete, so I'm ok with it.
There have been more terrorist attacks around the world, so I hope that all of you, wherever you may be, are safe from harm. I wouldn't want anything to happen to you, you mean a lot to me. I wish people would stop killing one another and at least try to get along. No matter how many people die from all this terrorist nonsense, people in the end will have to settle their differences by negotiations, not with guns and bombs.
Do you believe in Ghosts? There is a TV show here in the USA that airs every Friday night called Ghost Adventures, where (3) young men, Zak, Nick and Aaron try to communicate with the dearly departed at various locations. They use electronic devices such as a "Sprit Box" which scans high frequency audio channels to try and capture words from the dead. They also use other devices as well, and if you watch the show on a regular basis as I do, you can't help from believing that something is going on just beyond our reach, something that we cannot see with our own eyes. It's a fascinating show. If you would like to see some of the episodes, they post many of them on YouTube. Leave me a comment if you wish, I would like to know what you think about death and the afterlife.
Well I guess that I don't have that much more to say to you, so I'll close for this time, wishing all of you a wonderful week ahead full of peace and happiness. I pray God will keep you and your loved ones safe from harm...until next time my dear friends.
Here's a wonderful love song that I wish would replace all this violence...