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December 17, 2011
My dearest brother you are always with me. Where I go you are there with me. You were and are my best friend, we still have some crazy places still to go. I am so grateful you are always near. Until our next adventure Love you more than life.
December 16, 2011
Merry Christmas....

I read this little story and just had to share it to all who come here to remember and seek peace. This story is so much like Jesus. We have our plans but He alway's has his way.

The Carpenter & The Feuding Brothers*
(author unknown)


Once upon a time, two brothers who lived on adjoining farms fell into conflict. It was the first serious rift in 40 years of farming side by side, sharing machinery, and trading labor and goods as needed without a hitch. Then the long collaboration fell apart. It began with a small misunderstanding and it grew into a major difference,
and finally it exploded into an exchange of bitter words followed by weeks of silence.


One morning there was a knock on Brother John's door. He opened it to find a man with a carpenter's toolbox.


"I'm looking for a few days work," the man said.
"Perhaps you would have a few small jobs here and there. Could I help you?"


"Yes," said the older brother, "I do have a job for you.
Look across the creek at that farm. That's my neighbor, in fact, it's my younger brother.
Last week there was a meadow between us and then he took his bulldozer to the river levee
and now there is a creek between us. Well, he may have done this to spite me,
but I'll go him one better. See that pile of lumber curing by the barn?
I want you to build me a fence
-- an 8-foot fence --
so I won't need to see his place anymore.
Cool him down, anyhow!"


The carpenter said, "I think I understand the situation.
Show me the nails and the post-hole digger and I'll be able to do a job that pleases you."


The older brother had to go to town for supplies.
He helped the carpenter get the materials ready and then he was off for the day.


The carpenter worked hard all that day measuring, sawing, nailing.


Around about sunset, when the farmer returned, the carpenter had just finished his job.


The farmer's eyes opened wide, his jaw dropped.


There was no fence there at all!
It was a bridge
-- a bridge stretching from one side of the creek to the other!
A fine piece of work it was, too!
Handrails and all -- and his neighbor,
his younger brother,
was crossing the bridge with his hand outstretched.


"You are quite a fellow to build this bridge after all I've said and done."


The two brothers met at the middle of the bridge, taking each other's hand.
They turned to see the carpenter hoist his toolbox on his shoulder.
"No, wait! Stay a few days. I've a lot of other projects for you," said the older brother.


"I'd love to stay on," the carpenter said, "but I have so many more bridges to build."