Random Words, Cobbled with Coffee

Ahh, Coffee, dark and bitter as Little Charmers poetry, ugly as bile, and looking back with evil eyes, daring me to take a sip….

That is what mornings are for.

Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

This is my first cup of coffee after surgery. It rumbles in the bowels, mingling with loose gall, a thick green and black cesspool.

It is good coffee, worthy of song.

Today, I will have to take it easy. It seems my Beloved and others just told me that a couple of days ago and I blogged about it.

Now I have to.

I have no direction for this post so ramble I will.

I read this Scripture today and it struck me.

But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:
1 Peter 3:15 KJV

As I look at the direction my family is growing, my supportive church family, new job situation, and all the things God has blessed me with, there is most assuredly a blessed hope in Christ. I am thankful to have read this.

If you are in need of a Bible study, let me know. I am more than happy to introduce you to hope.

In other news,

Today, It is my intention to water my animals and the garden. I may get a sprinkler attachment as well. I also am going to purchase a shaving razor. Kind of a slow day, but oh well.

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

44 thoughts on “Random Words, Cobbled with Coffee”

  1. Slow days are few and far between, they are are a joy to be savored. However so often we are so driven we mourn them instead of treasuring them.

  2. Glad the surgery went well Benjamin, I pray you will have a quick recovery. But take it slow, sometimes slow days can be a real blessing if we just take some time to enjoy them. Lots of beauty to behold outside. Great scripture verse! God bless!😀😺🌞And enjoy a smile as wide as a country sunrise!

    1. Will do Steve! I appreciate your kind words and I spending time sitting outside enjoying my back yard. I have this desire to get lit and work and it is hard not to.

  3. Was your gallbladder removed orthoscopically??

    Surgeons used my gastric surgery scars as their entry points, so I didn’t get new scars.

      1. Yep, orthoscopic. Yay!! Far easier recovery!!

        As a heads up only: one of my scar spots, the highest one, frequently feels like I’m being stabbed from the inside. I had it checked and there’s nothing there. Everything else is un-noticeable… even the scars (and I scar easily) ars barely visible.

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