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  1. He's on a good number of ballots (although interestingly enough, the ID Constitution Party did not allow him to be listed on the ID ballot under their party; he is listed as an independent). He would be better than DT of HC, that's for sure!
  2. Agreed! This pork roast, though, should probably have been ground up into sausage. It was a tough cut of meat. Next time we butcher we'll know a bit better how to direct the cuts. That said, my hubby sure did enjoy his pork roast hash for breakfast this morning. =D The very first pig my hubs and I raised (well, our friends did the raising, we just paid for it and provided food. heh) ended up being a lot of sausage and some good roasts. But we didn't get any of them cured. I soaked one of the roasts in a bucket of salt water for 12 hours before cooking it...one of the BEST pork roasts we have ever had! When I was in high school, we butchered pigs that we raised. Side pork and mustard sandwiches became my lunch for school for many days!
  3. Atilla is not doing well - here is the newest update: Please pray for Attila. He has been free of any heart issues for the past two months, and they came back for the past two days. He is back on his medication and not feeling well.We have an appointment with his electrophysiologist and look forward to seeing if they will consider his fourth surgery.
  4. And tonight it's pork roast - from the pig we just had butchered. So far we've had side pork (unseasoned bacon) and sausage. Good stuff!
  5. Ah, Jim - it's so tasty! =D As to the west coast/Mexican food, actually when I was growing up, Mexican food was predominantly Taco Bell (in WA...probably the real stuff in CA, TX, etc). I don't care for the southwestern flavor profile (like chipotle peppers), and I'm not sure I'd care for actual Spanish food. But the Mexican...nummy! =D We had beef stroghanoff and noodles last night. Tonight will be leftovers - even tastier since the flavors melded together over the last 24 hours.
  6. Get your umbrellas ready, NoNi. (I don't know if you ever read John R. Rice's Prayer: Asking and Receiving, but he tells a story in there about a church who was praying for rain...but came to church without umbrellas. His point being that if they truly believed God would send rain, they'd prepare for it. =D ) I told my hubs about the need. We took it to the Lord and will continue asking God to show Himself mighty on your area's behalf.
  7. HappyChristian,

    Due to the problem with the emoticons, avatars, and material inserted in to the thread, the charts on the Clarence Larkin thread are not loading up. I found out that if I delete the affected material that I can re-upload the material and all is fine afterwards.

    The Clarence Larkin thread is currently locked. Can you please unlock it, for a short period of time, in order for me to re-upload the charts?

    I appreciate your help on this matter.



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    2. Alan



      I want to thank you for allowing me to re-upload the charts on the Larkin thread. I do appreciate it very much.

      I was able to re-upload all of the charts except for one chart, "Old & New Testament Designations of the Antichrist," on my October 17, 2015 posting. Right now, until Sunday afternoon Taiwan timeĀ (Saturday evening US time), I am not at our house but at our church location and am unable to locate the chart on this computer. The chart is not a critical chart and not much comment was made on it. If I am able to upload it later that is fine and if you deem it necessary to re-lock the Larkin thread that is fine also.

      I did post a thank you a the end of the thread.

      Thank you again.


    3. HappyChristian


      Alan, I think we'll leave it unlocked for now. As long as troubles don't start up again. ;)

    4. Alan


      Ok. I will try and keep the discussion on the review of the book itself.

  8. We had taco salad for supper tonight. It was very tasty.
  9. Roast beef hash. Tasty! (And tomorrow, we pick up our pig...CANNOT WAIT! =D )
  10. Many thanks to those who prayed. We came through the storm warning quite well. In fact, there was very little abnormal wind here (it's always windy this time of year - can't be much else this close to the ocean). It has been raining for a few days, and is supposed to continue raining for another few days. But that is basically normal this time of year (we live on what is basically a prairie so other than this time of year we don't get a whole lot of rain). Things elsewhere also were not as bad as predicated. Oregon did get two tornadoes and a good bit of damage was done. But the damage that could have been done did not happen. Praise the Lord for His watchcare!
  11. Literally LOL'd on this! =D
  12. LOL is often used to show that I'm joking, as NN said. Usually when I do actually laugh out loud, I say that I'm literally LOLing. When I say I'm ROFL, obviously at 56 years old I'm not literally rolling on the floor. I am, however, laughing more than just out loud. I also use "heh" when I'm joking or when I'm just chuckling a bit.
  13. Thanks, Well. We appreciate it. And I know all Washingtonians do (even if they wouldn't admit it). Yes, we will trust the Lord. Thankfully we can do so implicitly! Rosie - thanks for the prayers.
  14. The northwest coast is being hit by storms from Typhoon Songda. We've had rain and some wind the last couple of days, while other places in WA have had power outages, etc. The bad stuff is supposed to hit tomorrow (Saturday) about noon and continue til early Sunday morning. High winds, with possible hurricane strength winds. There are currently over 50,000 without power. We will likely lose ours tomorrow (we lose it several times from Oct-Feb due to the normal winds during that time of year). Tornadoes hit northern Oregon. There's a possibility of some really, really major damage. Edited to add: we just got word that the Hood Canal Bridge is closed until winds are gone. We have to cross that bridge to go to church...
  15. The emoticons aren't working for me, so consider me ROFL. =D