That’s what the weatherman said regarding the days leading up to Holy Week: “Lingering Instability.” Hard to find better words when looking at so many scenarios in our world.
Yesterday when I drove Maggie and Kate to school, I asked, ” Were you awakened during the night by the storm that blew through? It shook windows and walls. It startled me.”
Kate piped up from the backseat,”No, Momo. Remember you pwayed last night for us to sleep well and we did!”
The simple faith and trust of a child to challenge my concerns, any lingering instability.
Pint-sized practitioners, while I, a mere spokesperson.
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Haha! Out of the mouths of babes. I love it!! How blessed you are to have each other – precious Momo and her beautiful grandchildren. <3
By the way, Carol and I will be participating in Michael Lindsay’s President’s Forum in Georgia in a few weeks. We like to keep our feet in the Gordon College stream.
. . .and quite a good spokesperson, I must say. Love and blessings to you, special friend!!
The acorns don’t fall far from the tree. You and Jud did many things right and love your children into God’s arms was one of them.
Thanks for the great example grandma!