Saturday, April 25, 2020

Get Dressed Up, Do One Creative Thing, Guard Your Mind

Video Part 1

Video Part 2

Hear also this episode I spoke of, that describes the media planting words that make you draw desired conclusions.

The mentioned is Quo Vadis , (1951)


Cheryl said...

Your comment about how the younger ones are looking to see how THEY will act and be when they are older was so powerful to me! I was putting dinner in the crockpot this morning and when I heard that I just froze for a moment and said YES! in my heart. Thank you for that encouragement and reminder.
I was scheduled for carpal tunnel surgery, which was of course canceled because of the current events. I am struggling very much with pain in both hands and arms, but I cannot keep taking the otc pain meds because they make me sick. So I have decided to learn to be gracious in this time and be cheerful, as I remember that my great grandmother was when she was older. I am 56 and being an example of how to become older with grace and loveliness is my new goal within the larger lifetime goal of being as feminine as I can possibly be.
You have made a difference in that, all these years, and especially today. Thank you!

stephanie said...

Dear Lydia,
I beg you to watch this video!!!!!!!!!!
Please send it to anyone you know who could help with this truth. I am so angry with our government. I believe this to be the truth and it must be known to the public.
Stephanie DeGange

Lydia said...

Stephanie I already saw this a day or so ago. I planned to talk about it next video. Basically nursing homes have insurance for each death and it is approximately $10,000 but if they report a death as a Covid flu death the get $40,000. It’s no great wonder the nursing homes that initially reported the covid deaths remain owned by the same company and the same individuals.

Mrs. G. said...

Dear Lydia,
I hope you and Mr. S are well. I unloaded and re loaded the dishwasher, folded and put away laundry and cleaned up the kitchen while listening. This video was such a blessing to me. It was dark and gloomy here yesterday. I tuned in and your home was sunny and bright and you looked lovely. I cheered right up! I will not pay any attention to the media. I will focus on my home and family! You are in my prayers every day for the strength to keep making wonderful videos and blog.
With Love!

Lydia said...

Dear Lydia,

Thank you for being there for me at home again today. I love your visits. I appreciate all the reminders: get dressed up each day, do one extra, creative thing, and guard our minds from false reports of the media, and to be in the Word and pray. I also love seeing your smile and lovely home. It never fails to boost my spirits.


Miss M said...

Dear Mrs Lydia,

I'm learning so much from you; so much you've said has lit up a lightbulb in my head of something my mother used to do which I seem to have forgotten and taken for granted. Thank you for all that you share on your videos, they really help me to build my homemaker's role, now that I've fallen in love with everything homemaking and am 28 years old, preparing for married life! Or no married life, I would do this anyway!

I have two things I would like to ask you about. Firstly, I am curious to know how you get your hair into such a beautiful color. Are you using henna? If yes, would you mind sharing how you use it? I am considering using Henna properly for the first time on my premature grey hairs. Second thing I'd like to ask is if you know how I can take care of and properly wash a vintage bottom bed sheet? I don't even know what material it is but I found it at a second hand store, it has embroideries on it, and it is some type of firm white material. Is it cotton? Linnen? How do I wash and use it? I thought I'd the expert of all things homemaking first.

Thank you for your time!

Lydia said...

Hi dear Lydia,

Today while listening to a couple of episodes of homemaker radio, I
cleared out my fridge.

You are a very important voice in my life!

God bless you!

Miss C

Lydia said...

Thank you ladies,

I will see you all soon in a post and maybe another long listen-as-you-work talk!

Laura Jeanne said...

Hello Lydia,
Thank you for another good talk. I appreciated the clarification of the term "cultural marxism." I've heard it before but I wasn't quite clear on what it meant. Another example of this philosophy in action is the way beautiful models are told they are "shaming" regular looking women; and we regularly see extremely obese women on magazine covers now, because that's the only thing I guess that doesn't make others feel bad?

I also appreciate the advice on dealing with negative people, i.e. "hole in the bucket" people. It certainly is difficult to be around a person who only has negative things to say about everything. In particular, I find it hard to know what to do when there is someone who is always stirred up about the latest negative thing they've heard in the news, and who is so eager to let me know how terrible it all is. It gets very tiring to listen to all the negativity.

Laura Jeanne said...

Also, I appreciate the idea of seeing a fearful thought as a signal that it is time to pray. I admit that although I don't heed the media, nevertheless I have been feeling some anxiety lately over certain concerning situations regarding my own health. Namely, I haven't recovered fully from a recent illness as I should have by now. But fear is unhealthy for both my body and mind, and I will be more deliberate in my fight against it from now on.

This talk had a lot of useful advice - thanks so much!