My grandmother did not flee — she stood on the sea front in her shawl and watched the bombardment.
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Anyway — I ramble on too much. I can actually picture your grandmother…. Thanks for painting that! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This blog is about stuff. Random thoughts and photos from an Oklahoma gal. Never, Ever Give Up. Posted on January 15, by stuffitellmysister. What a Merry Christmas! Have a super week. Be nice to people, you never know what they may be going through.
section of "fraidy hole" - Picture of Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton
January 15, at 5: January 15, at 6: You know that generation could teach us a thing or two about being prepared! January 15, at 7: Like the Wizard of Oz. I, like you, hope it only needs to be used as a root cellar!
January 15, at 8: January 15, at Terrible and vicious, I think. January 17, at 2: January 17, at 1: January 16, at 6: January 16, at 9: Wow, just wow… this is amazing. Will it have solar panels too?
section of "fraidy hole" - Picture of Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton - TripAdvisor
January 16, at 2: January 20, at 1: January 16, at 8: January 26, at 8: Each storm that comes through here gets a little closer to my house. January 27, at February 8, at February 8, at 5: January 17, at 8: January 18, at 7: January 19, at 6: January 19, at January 21, at 1: January 21, at 2: January 28, at 8: January 28, at February 9, at 8: February 10, at But I am glad we are both living in the wide open spaces now, Beth.
Once again, your post is spot on with me! This has been a huge area of my life where God has been revealing Himself. The result of many storms, the fraidy hole was a safe source of comfort. My belief for a long time was that it was safe because no one else could squeeze in with me. While it was a few storms in my life that initially caused me to bunker down in my hole, it was a growing fear of storms suddenly blowing through, that kept me from ever peeking out the door.
In reality, what I believed to be a space big enough for only one, I began to realized was also big enough for the enemy. My fraidy hole, while seemingly keeping me safe, was really feeding into my constant fear. A fear that the enemy wants us all to believe. What was no simple opening, turned into an amazing awakening! The storms that once chased me into the fraidy hole, I now face under the cover of my ultimate umbrella.
You are so right. The enemy loves it when we are isolated and in confined spaces so that he can feed us lies and fear. I am so glad to hear about your awakening and about your move from your own make-shift shelter to the Ultimate Shelter in the person of Christ. The thought that came to mind for me was, Do I trust what I know or the One who knows me?
Thank you, Jeanne, for emphasizing the clear choice we always have before us. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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