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Thursday, April 7, 2016

Bipolar Weather

Seventy degrees one day, and fourty something degrees the next. Bipolar weather is a pain. Literally it is not healthy for those of us with Fibromyalgia and arthritis.  Our bodies are not made for such weather fluxuations.  Our blood doesn't know whether to thicken, or thin. One day we're wearing shorts and sleeveless shirts,  the next, we have our parkas back on. At times it fluxuations from hour to hour. Spring has sprung, but it's more like spring, summer, winter weather.  Mother nature is really bipolar this year.  The scientists say it's due to polar vortex. Yes, well, I  like to call it bipolar weather.  Vicious winds that cut through you like a sharp knife, and when the sun comes out your hopes rise and you think, yes, she's warming up! Then, the clouds roll in and the chill comes back. Please Mother Nature,  we are ready for warm days and lots of nice sunshine. Light breezes and and beautiful days. Calm down Mother Nature and be sweet.  Our bodies are ready for feeling good and our emotions are pleading for light and happy days.

Friday, April 1, 2016


We are alone in this life most times. Alone with thought, feeling,  with pain and strife. Alone to worry,  ponder and pray. Alone in a crowd,  with  lots to say. We travel this road a of life alone, always seeking, searching,and  striving  to find. Happiness within, without, and  more. We are alone inside our minds, our bodies, our thoughts alone. No one really knows what's going on. Unless they're you and you alone.  We can talk, explain,  and feel inside, but alone we'll be till the day we die. God is near, and even ABIDES.  Only he knows what behind our smiles will hide. He will abide, yes he will live inside. Until we die. But human wise with others we will cry. Alone, alone, alone in life. By Pamela Bunta

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Super Bowl Sunday 2015 Pam's Comments

I am actually going to watch the game for the first time this year. I am excited!

For those of you who have always loved the sport, I know you are super pumped to see this game.
It should be a good one for the two teams are very talented in their own ways. I look forward to the half time show, and commercials each year. (That and the commercials were all I used to watch) Wink!

I am making Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip. My recipe will have cream cheese, Frank's Hot Pepper Sauce, Ranch dressing, and cheddar cheese. It is delish!

May the best team win!

May God bless them all and I pray that no one gets hurt.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Love Life

Life is so short.  Days can seem so terribly long at times.  January seems very long to me.  But now it is almost over.

When I was in my teens and twenties I thought I would never get old.  I just disqualified the notion.  Most young people do.
But  I am here to tell you, you just turn around and you are 40, 50, and wondering what happened?

This post is about appreciating each day of our  lives.  I know it's difficult at times when things are not going well. Still, there is always tomorrow, and hope, as long as we are breathing.

So, as much as is possible,  take life one day at a time and do what makes you happy. Work smart, play a lot.  Even while raising children,  have your fun, and then family fun. Whether it is a date night,  vacation,  or doing something simple such as time at a park, zoo, fishing or swimming.

You will be so glad you did.  You can't recall time,  so do things now.

 The golden years are not always golden,  healthy, or possible.

Loving life gives you freedom to enjoy life.  Your goals will become brighter and fulfilling when you enjoy your life.  In your youth, you can make the changes that you need to accomplish your goals.  The sky is the limit!

I wish I could go back as many people my age wish also.  We would have made better decisions,  reached for the sky, and made the most of each day.

So off you go, loving life,  living life to the fullest!

Thursday, January 22, 2015


A poem I wrote last winter:

 The Cold Wind Blows

There's a cold wind blowing, and it chills me to the bone. My heart is empty, without you by my side.
 I feel the chill and there is no place else to hide, and the cold wind blows
I need you here, to warm me.
 I need your loving  arms around me. You could melt me with your smile.
But the cold wind blows, and there's no where to go,
No place that I can find you. I really need to find you....
 You told me that I was the sunlight in your eyes, You said you'd never be the one to make me cry.
 But now you're gone, and I feel that i might die, without you, without you....
and the cold wind blows, I am ice and I am stone. Thoughts of you they soothe my soul.
 Why am i so all alone? While a north wind...  chills me to the bone.
But the cold wind blows. And my heart is made of stone. I am naked and exposed. Left alone, and no one's home.  While the cold wind blows.

I hope my follower enjoy it. Oh yes, I was grieving and inspired. But happy days are here again, although I am never a fan of winter. Blessing to all! 

Monday, January 19, 2015

MLK Day 2014

Hi everyone. Again, it has been a while since I have been blogging. Due to illness this winter. i am back at it once again and have many new ideas and experiences to share with you.

Today is MLK Day and I have to say what an honorable man! He has been the inspiration and given us all hope for peace, love, fairness, and freedom from the awful racism that has been going on way to long in our country and the whole world! Dr. Martin Luther King was truly a man of God. I believe God used him to send a great message that will ring through all generations throughout all time. Freedom is for all men and women children and babies of all races, nationalities, all peoples.

God created us all in His image and has never had a respecter of persons. God tells us to love others as we love ourselves, plain and simple. We are the human race! Black, yellow, red, white,and any other color. Our colors all of them, make us unique and beautiful. Our hearts can be full of hate and ugliness, or love and peace.

I pray we live each day as brothers and sisters, as human beings who teach our children there is no difference in people because of the color of their skin. That love is the key to peace and no one is better than the other. We live in a dangerous world and we need to come together in love and  pull together to stop the evil of hate in the world.

Al people can choose to be good or bad no matter what color of  the skin. Once this reality is realized we can stop pointing fingers in division of races.

I have learned so much in the last few months about people. i am so thankful for the wonderful man that came into my life. Kilby, who is American, of African American decent. He and his family are wonderful people! What we have in common is a grandmother of his, was mostly Irish, and a grandfather mostly, or all, American Indian. These two nationalites are also my ancestors. And we have love! :) I love this beautiful handsome sweet man!

My meeting and enjoying his beautiful, wonderful family has opened my eyes to both the prejudices still alive in America, but how easily these are broken down when we get to know each other and give love a chance.

I hope this touches your heart today and you as well as I have, will let go of any prejudice you have learned from society and join in Martin Luther Kings great dream, and love your neighbor as yourself.  Heaven will be full of all the peoples here on earth. This makes me smile. Wouldn't it be nice to have some Heaven on earth also?

From my heart with love, Pamela

Monday, September 29, 2014

Short's General Store

The weather couldn't be better here in Missouri the last couple of weeks.  We are having a wonderful Indian summer.

I am being nostalgic today, so I thought I would tell you about my grandpa's General Store.  It was known as "Short's Store".  I loved going there as a kid it was there as long as I could remember.  The store was attached to my grandparents house by a breezeway, kind of a sitting area, like a small sun room.  My grandparents loved working in their store, and worked seven days a week.  Grandpa and grandma always dressed nice to go to work everyday. Grandpa wore dress pants a nice shirt and a western tie everyday.   Grandma always had a nice casual dress on.  They both worked real hard running their store, working the cash registers, the lunch meat counter, pumping gas, mostly grandpa did that, and grandpa had a butcher area in the back where he ground his own beef and cut up the meat for the store. They always had a couple of gals working there to.  The store had old wooden floors, counters with canned goods, breads, candy, penny candy, chips, toiletries, frozen food cases, clothing, cloth and sewing needs, shoes, fruits and vegetables, a big soda case, tobacco, and on holidays, they had all the extras.

Holidays were extra special in the store, Easter baskets full of goodies for sale, watermelons on the 4th of July and fireworks, Christmas, Halloween, and what was left over from those holidays the family would get to enjoy it.

Grandpa and grandma delivered groceries to people who couldn't come get them, they had running tabs for folks, credit back then.  The store was always a buzz with people coming and shopping, salesmen selling to grandma and grandpa, people hanging out and visiting while drinking a soda pop. There was marking the groceries as they came in, cleaning produce as it came in, cleaning every crook n cranny daily, along with cleaning that lunch meat area and the butcher area. They even sold kerosene.

Back in those days there weren't many grocery stores around, and the closest bigger town was about 5 miles away. people really used these general stores for their shopping.

When we were little one of my favorite memories of that store was when we would go visit. Grandpa would give us a little brown grocery bag and let us fill it up with penny candy. Now that was a treat!

My grandparents were so loving and fun! Beyond the grocery store, in their home, we had big family dinners, and grandma could really cook!  If they needed anything they would just walk over to the store and get it.  we had all the food, treats and really anything we wanted.  now back in those days that was a big deal because it was like being with rich grandparents.
Now , mind you they did well, but were not rich, but in our eyes they were.

The community were very fond of my grandparents and to this day people still remember Short's General Store.

Love you forever Grandma and Grandpa