Life

A Case of the Mulligrubs

Today’s Bible Reading- 2 Chronicles Chapters 10-12 & John Chapter 13 Verses 21-38.

Good morning, my friends. I hope you’re well. I’m battling some depression today. It started a couple of days ago and I just can’t seem to pull myself out of the hole. The weather today is reflecting my mood. It’s overcast and we have a 50% chance of rain. Our high is going to be 84 as well, so it’ll probably be a warm rain.

The garden is doing well. I’m anxious to see the cucumbers come in. They’re a variety I’ve never tried, but since my original plants died, I had to purchase what the store had.

I have my grocery list ready for today, but I think I’ll just order online. I don’t want to, but who wants to risk being yelled at or worse for A. Not wearing a mask, or B. Not having a COVID vaccine. Not that anyone can ask me about that. It’s a violation of patient privacy laws. It’s just ridiculous, folks. Yesterday, some of Fauci’s emails were released, and I don’t know if you read any of them, but someone asked him about masks, and his response was that they don’t do anything! So all this masking up was unnecessary. It was for show. Do you know that people actually contracted staph infections on their face because of the mask wearing? The more the truth comes out, the angrier I become.

Maybe that’s my problem. I’m just so angry that I’ve imploded and it’s become depression. I don’t know. My mom used to call the occasional bout of depression the mulligrubs. A good remedy for it is to focus on the good things that are happening. So here I go. The garden is doing well. My rose bush bloomed, even though the instructions said not to expect roses for the first couple of years. Gracie is doing well. She was playing a lot yesterday. She’s also been bugging Mom and me for treats. Rainy days are cozy days. I’m keeping up with my vitamins. I have the ability to order groceries online. The Lord continues to shed light on the darkness and expose the truth.

Well, my friends. These groceries won’t order themselves, and I just realized that I’m almost an hour late to feed the cats. No wonder Gracie is getting a little irked. It’s so dark out, I thought it was still early. Love you all and until next time, stay safe my friends. ❤

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