Monday, September 14, 2009

The power of Prayer

I was feeling a little down this morning but I went to the gym anyway. While there, I ran into my spinning instructor Mary. She asked what was wrong and I told her some of my troubles. We talked briefly about life, church, God and prayer. She must be praying for me because I am feeling much better. Things are also begging to turn around from my weekend.

Have a Blessed day,


  1. Greg,

    Now that Monday is here, your Etch O Sketch is needing to be shaken up so you can start off fresh this week. It is time to put the weekend in the past since we can't change it and move forward with hope for the weekend and days ahead.

    Here is your funny for the day:

    Two Irishmen were walking down the street with two salmon each under their arms.

    Two other Irishmen walking in the opposite direction see the two lucky fishermen and ask " how did you catch those ?"

    Well its like this! Michael here holds my legs over the bridge, and I grab the salmon as they swim up the river. We got four salmon A great days fishing!

    So the fishless pair look at each other and agree to give it a try.
    They get to the bridge and Sean calls to his friend "hold my legs now Paddy".

    Well he is hanging there upside down for thirty minutes when he suddenly cries.. "pull me up, pull me up!!"

    Paddy asks " do you have a fish Sean?"............

    No replies Sean, "there's a bloody train coming!!!!!!!!"

    Much love and Hugs to you Greg ~ Kat

  2. Ha! I read Kat's reply and she didn't even tell me that one! I loved it! Hope you have a great Day Greg and slow it down! Go fishing, but not on a bridge over a train!

    Keep the Faith!


  3. Cute replies to your post. Pop over & the the 2d of my two posts today ... that'll perk you up. TTFN ~ Marydon

    PS TTFN = Thank Thy Father Now

  4. Hi Greg,
    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for the sweet comment.
    I hope things are looking up for you.

  5. Count on Kat for a good laugh! It's it better now, the week that is.

  6. The power for prayer, you made me smile reading how you were able to talk with your spinning instructor and pray!

    Blessings for your week,
    Sarah Dawn