Sunday, February 14, 2010

Sunday Faith Blog

Aren't you glad you're not THERE?.....because, in the Bible, we celebrate love and know that "Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres." I Corinthians, Chapter 13.

On a personal note....make this Valentine's Day your most special yet, in memory of my Mr. Z. Have a WONDERFUL day with your loved one.
Love, me
(beach photo by his daughter, M)


Always On Watch said...

On this Valentine's Day, rejoice in the memories you have of your beloved Mr. Z.

Elmers Brother said...

We celebrate every day.

God Bless you Z.

Susannah said...

Beautiful, my dear one. Hope your day has a special sweetness all its own.

Thanks for this post~

JINGOIST said...

Happy Valentine's Day!

the malcontent said...

Thank you "Z" for another inspirational Sunday Blog.

A very Happy Valentines day to you one this hard day.
May all of your memories of Mr. Z be fond ones and last in your heart forever.
And may this New Year be a better one for you.

Anonymous said...

Lots of love and respect coming to you from Indiana.

May Mr. Z live on in your heart forever!



Pedaling said...

Thinking of you.
s\Surround yourself with love, family and memories.
God Bless You!

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Happy Valentine's Day everyone.

Z, may this day be one of sweet memories, and a celebration of friends and family who love you, of whom there are so many.


Z said...

How very sweet you all are...thank you VERY MUCH.
I hope you're having very nice days, all of


Anonymous said...

Happy Valentines Day Dear Z! Hugs xxx

Law and Order Teacher said...

Valentine's day is another day to tell the ones you love, that you love them. I suspect Mr.Z showed and said that to you everyday. Happy Valentine's Day.

Faith said...

I've never in my life done Valentine's Day. Don't know why, just was never part of my family I guess. Strange I suppose since so many are into it. Oh in school there were the candy hearts and the obligatory exchange of cards and I liked to make the cards myself and decorate them with paper lace and that sort of thing. But as a grownup thing, never. It just never entered into my environment. Strange but true.

SO, since it DOES matter to you, Z, I certainly wish you a lovely Valentine's Day with the happiest of memories.

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Z: look again, look at it sideways. FJ sent you a rose!

God bless you on this day. I know how tough it's got to be and yet, despite that, YOU'RE wishing US a Happy Valentine's Day!

Amazing, Z, amazing. Thank you kindly.

And finally, is that Mr Z jogging on the beach?


Z said...

Faith, it did matter to mr. Z and me....we gave each other nice cards and he always got me flowers. It mattered a lot, though Law & Order Teacher's right...Mr. Z made every day special...he always liked to have flowers in the house almost more than I did and I always laughed when we'd have a nice fresh bunch on the living room table and dining room table and he'd bring yet another one in when he shopped just because he liked them. he did a lot of the grocery shopping because he worked at home and liked to get out (i liked that he did that!)

About 3 days ago, I reached behind something on a shelf and there was an old Valentine's Day card he'd given me, probably last year; I don't believe finding things like that is a coincidence.'re right! How could I not see that..a rose! And, thanks for the nice words. it's Mr. Z walking away from his daughter on the beach to get yet another photo of his own, I guess!

FJ...THANK YOU, that's just beautiful :-)

Beth said...

I'm sure it wasn't coincidence that you found that old Valentine card, Z, my thoughts are with you on this day, not as easy day for you I am sure.

Maggie Thornton said...

The "there" that you linked to, Saudi Arabia, doesn't heart anything but Arab male dominance.

Have you heard about the couple married 85 years? Now that's a Valentine!

Hope you are doing okay, especially on this day.

Susannah said...

I love that you found a Valentine's Day card from Mr. Z. That is truly a 'sign.'

One Christmas, 2-3 years after my Grandmother died, I found a Christmas card from her in my stationary box. I'd never seen it before, b/c she had written it, but never sent it. The card had gotten swept in w/ things that I brought home after we cleaned out her house. (I had taken her stationary...) I'm convinced it was a 'sign' from her - a simple note wishing me a Merry Christmas & letting me know she's still around, which I do believe.

I think maybe the same's true of your Valentine.

Anonymous said...

De nada. :)

Anonymous said...

Happy Valentines Day, Z. I apologize for going off the deep end about the Olympic Games before doing this ... That topic kind of gets me riles up and I lose perspective, I guess.


The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

Happy Valentine's Day, Z!

Z said...

Beth, thank you....friends and family got me through..God is good :-)

Susannah..GREAT story and can't be a coincidence. Very soon, I'll write about a story not too unlike yours; IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND!!! ABSOLUTELY blow your mind.

Waylon, no apologies about passion on MY BLOG, sir! I LIKE PASSION!

Anonymous said...

\much love to you, Z!

Anonymous said...

Belated, but...Hope your Valentine's Day was top notch! :-)


Jungle Mom said...

hey Z! Sorry I have been AWOL. What a lovely post, but I am sure this day was difficult for you. HUGS!

Anonymous said...

I love that photo of Mr Z. on the beach...his spirit soared there,
in the wind and sun and sea.
We remeber him so well, and all that he was....
May you hold tight Z., the special love you shared and find a sweetness in your memories.
God Bless.

Anonymous said...

Forgot that extra "M" in remember.
My thoughts are with you Z.