Learned From Stupidity

Approximately six years ago, my husband and I thought it would be an adventure (for lack of a better word) to visit Dudleytown, CT. For those of you who are unfamiliar with west_cornwall_ct_-_02Dudleytown, it was a very old, small village that later became a “ghost town” in the 1800s, nestled in the northwestern region of Connecticut, of which, it has been labeled as haunted, and for good reason. Some even believe there’s a portal somewhere in the heart of it.

Being a Christian couple, we should have known better.  I mean, we did, but we should have never even dabbled in the idea of visiting such a place for amusement. God tells us to stay away from that kind of stuff (Eph. 5:11).  Well, here’s what happened: Continue reading “Learned From Stupidity”


They’re Gonna Miss Us When We’re Gone

This morning, I spoke with one of my dear friends, and she expressed to me the friction she felt within herself when her job asked her to tell them about her main hobby.  Being a good, Christian woman, she didn’t want to lie because she loved her hobby, but then again, she was nervous about the response or action she would receive in return.  As innocent as it may seem, her hobby is talking about the love of her life, “Jesus Christ”.  It’s what she loves to do, and I know the Lord loves it as well.  It’s a sad day in the world when something as minuscule as this concerns us.  Anyway, at the end of the day, my friend chose to do the right thing and share her hobby.

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