Monday, October 10, 2016


     Well, when I was a kid, I was officially a reader and a writer as a young kid and then an I was an actor in Tacoma during my junior high section.  Then I did some others in Klickitat, WA, during my high school, and did a little bit in Seattle during my age of 19.  I had officially come to the Lord on April 15, 1966, in Tacoma.  I was used as a writer and speaker and actress right then again.
     I've done some of it every year in churches or schools or hospitals or anywhere else.  From the time I was about 8 and until I was about 69, now I can't do any speaking and acting at all.   My dementia has been very strong.  I also can't read or write anything very well. 
     The writing I did a couple years ago is all I do at people regularly.  It's worth a smile and make people laugh.  SO, this is the one I put on a place in Yellowstone with a hill on one side and a mountain on the other.  Spread the words around.  
     The other portion is that I can worship and pray and glorify the Lord, moment-by-moment, day-by-day, night-by-night.  It's consistently.  I've been there in Minnesota many times.
     As I often say, I look forward to heading to Heaven!  The Lord healed me kindly and carefully many times from the time I was a kid and until I was about 40.  Since I'm 71,  I can't complain to head to Heaven any day any time.  I enjoy the worshiping issue every day and every night.
     Bless you all!!!


Saleslady371 said...

Hi, Joanne!
Your post reminded me of my worship playlist on Pandora. The rooms in my home fill with songs of God's greatness and love. It changes the atmosphere! Loving hugs to you, dear sister!

Wise Hearted said...

All I know sweet sister is your testimony is a blessing. Praying for you...

Unknown said...

You're still influencing and lifting up others. Your attitude is a gift and it's contagious! Keep running the good race, sister. Praying for you, Jo.

a joyful noise said...

Joanne, you are reaching out to many on your blog with photos, and your prayers from home or as someone drives you around your city. Thank you for sharing with us here at Tell me a Story.