And it can never be a sin

Friday, December 9, 2016

Helen Original

We were talking about how 2017 is going to be a better year. My mom said, "You'll be 39. That's a great age."  I sadly said that's the age Amelia Earhart was when she died. My mom said, "well that was her own damn fault."

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Worst nightmare

I worked at the children's museum of Houston from 2006-2012.  Last month, a child was molested
There.
When I worked there, there were such good security measures in place. Every adult had their driver's license scanned. There were guards at all doors. What happened?  Tell me this isn't true

http://abc13.com/news/man-wanted-for-alleged-sex-assault-at-childrens-museum/1642129/

Old car

I get so attached to cars, and it's so hard to let them go. But mine had 3 leaks, a horrible paint job, two   Non working doors, all the ceiling fabric pulled off and random dings. The cash for junk cars place gave me $71 for it. My mechanic had a fit man.  He told me to call this place, call that place, etc to try to get more. But I was so tired, I wasn't about to haggle with anyone. I know the car was a piece of crap. My new one is a white Honda accura. Feels so good to finally be off my feet after a few days

Monday, December 5, 2016

Parents

The joys of having aging parents. You have to keep up with their lies, because they don't remember what they were.

Friday, December 2, 2016

No abandon

"God will not abandon you. So don't you abandon us."  1:25-1:39

https://youtu.be/GuQBRmofYRE

Loosing salvation

I was never taught that you could loose your salvation. There were mind games when I was growing up. They'd tell you you were "never really saved in the first place " but that you can't "lose" it. I never thought before now how someone must feel if they believe they've lost theirs.

I would post a picture of Job from the Bible,
But how on earth can you post pics on the blogger app?  Ugh

I can imagine that believing you lost your salvation feels a lot like Job's despair.  The difference is isnthat Job never abandoned God. He said, "The Lord
Givers and the Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord."

And in the end, Job was blessed again multiple times over. But for someone who feels they've "lost" their salvation, is there even that kind of hope left?  It all seems so dark and hellish. How do you convince someone that God will never abandon them?

New (to me) car

wish I could post pics, but iOS 10 makes it near impossible. I'm buying a new car from my mechanic. My old black toyota is slowly dying. I'm going to offer to give it to my mechanic, but honestly I don't think he can afford to fix it up enough to sell.  The paint job is horrible and a ton of things are leaking. It has structural damage. The ceiling fabric is all torn off. I get attached to cars, so this is hard. The "cash for junk car" place offered me $81. Ha!  The new one is a white Honda Civic with a rebuilt transmission .  Much better paint,  no leaks. He has the whole history of what was done to it. I'm just just waiting on my mom now to take me there. I need stuff out of the car and I need to wait for the junk people. My mechanic has a lot of customers that can't afford to get their cars out of the shop, -'d that all falls on him, which is why I think he can't fix my Toyota enough to sell. I think the paint job alone would be almost $500. Here's to better days.