There are may things that are not desireable about the state of Kansas. You know, no mountains, no ocean, no 'nottin'--as they say. Only the best prairie in all creation, the flint hills, the cattle, the wheat! Not many people choose this wonderful state to live in. We have many, many good things here, but most of them are kept secret. One of them is the wheat from this wheat basket. We get the best of the best from a group of Mennonite farmers in western Kansas. You have seen my loaves. Huge, huge loaves of bread.
There is also KU (Kansas University) it is almost unknown, unlike Yale, Harvard, Kent State, and others of great renown. Those who have attended there have a special place in their heart for KU. Jayhawks or Jayhawkers, they are called--actually all Kansans are Jayhawks--but specifically KUers.
Last week I saw a bumper sticker that said:
"KANSAN by birth, JAYHAWK by the Grace of God"
I'll share this with you--simply because our guys cheer for KU.
On to something else.
We have the flu, fever-cough-achey-misserable-but God is healing us!
I'll come back to blogging when we are better.
There's been no cooking, knitting, sewing, or any of the fun things. Only herbs, vitamins, extracts, and vinegar water, kefir, and goat's milk.
I'll leave you with this:
"For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring." Act 17:28