April 24, 2022 – Newsletter 15

My Diary 

A diary and pens found online

My Life in Words 

I woke up shortly before 5 AM to begin my day. Since I did so, why not start my day by reading devotionals and Bible scripture. Why not spend some time with God? I love my Sundays, and I do my best to find time for God daily. I have been spending time to be with God throughout the day today, not because it is Sunday but because I want to share God with others, also. 

Although I want to share about God in my newsletter, I want to admit that I have needed to cry earlier. Why? I do not know if it has anything to do with the weather we have had in Wisconsin or the fact I continue to think about how mean JO seemed over a week ago. I should not cry about what has happened between me and JO because I am free from her lies, manipulation, meltdowns, and drama. So, what if she still lives at Garden Court, two floors and an apartment over from me. I do not want anything bad to happen to her, but I do not care what she does in her life anymore. I have blocked her from seeing what I post on Facebook and calling me. I had difficulty removing her number from my contacts for the past several days, and today I have found a way to do so, but the deleting was done oddly. It was done by pressing ignore. 

Now, if it is the weather that is causing me to want to cry, it may be that the weather has been warm, chilly, and a little unpredictable lately, and not just today. Mother Nature has not been able to make up her mind recently, and yes, it is still April. Yesterday the weather was gorgeous from morning to evening. It rained a little today, and now the sun is shining, and the fresh air blowing in is perfect and keeping me relaxed and calm. If it is not the weather, why do I want to cry? 

If it is not what JO did or the weather as to why I want to cry, my following reason could be that I am a little down. I suffer from anxiety, panic, and depression from time to time. Maybe I just need to cry for no reason as well. I am not unhappy about where I live, so that is not why. Perhaps I am tired. Yes, JO’s actions and words hurt me badly, and yes, the weather has been a little puzzling this time of year, and I have been dealing with changes lately, but my happiness in living at Garden Court is still the same no matter what, but I still want to or need to cry. I am not perfect by any means. I do not go gallivanting about the building visiting other tenants because I need to or must do something; I want to see a friend. I have DC to visit from time to time during the week now that I do not leave my place just to go to dialysis or any other doctor’s appointment. Other than dialysis, I have had a couple of appointments this month, and now I need to wait until May 6th for my next appointment, and I have been thinking about that, too. It is no big deal when coming and going from Garden Court because of an appointment. Although I have been at DC’s place once, the reason to leave my apartment occasionally is nice, too. I need to make friends, and I know DC personally and have known her for several years. 

News found online on Bing


Bindi and Grace (her daughter) 

Bindi Irwin’s Daughter Grace Warrior Looks So Grown In New Snapshot Of Her Standing (msn.com) 

Magic Kitty look-a-like

Magic’s Corner

Magic Speaks

have explored the house to the point of causing the TV and the Roku box to shut off. I love going behind the flat-screen TV. Oops. Mommy found that I hit the surge protector button when I jumped down, which turned everything off. Mommy thought at first that the Roku and TV blew. I thought Mommy would have anxiety over the incident at first, but once she found the problem and the TV and the Roku box began working after turning on the surge protector, she was fine. 

Bible Scripture of the Day 

Luke 10:20 

20 However, do not rejoice that the spirits submit to you, but rejoice that your names are written in heaven.” My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers 

Hebrews 13:13 

20 However, do not rejoice that the spirits submit to you, but rejoice that your names are written in heaven.” My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers 

Psalms 103:14 

14 for he knows how we are formed,bhe remembers that we are dust. Our Daily Bread 

My Utmost for His Highest Devotional by Oswald Chambers 

My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers 

Our Daily Bread 

Feeling Dusty 

Feeling Dusty | Our Daily Bread (odb.org) 

Ellen G White Devotions & Such 

Thought of the Day 

A noble character is earned by individual effort through the merits and Grace of Christ. God gives the talents, the powers of the mind; we form the character. It is formed by hard, stern battles with self. Christ’s Object Lessons, p. 331. 

Feeling and Faith Distinct 

Ellen G. White Estate: Daily Devotional – Our High Calling 

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