Have you ever made plans that didn’t turn out? That’s the story of our summer.
He nicely recovered from surgery, thanks to God answering prayers.
So—we planned several other trips to favorite places. They didn’t turn out either. I spent a lot of time gazing out the hospital window at the freeway leading to the ocean—the mountains—asking God which direction we were to go.
An interesting fact: when we stop worrying about the road map we notice where we are!
This was a great year in our yard for the azaleas and rhodies.
At a tea-party with our sweet neighbor girls, I noticed how much they were growing, went home and began praying for them.
This summer I thanked God for actually seeing the miracle of lives change through the Flourish Conference For Women and the Eternity Conference. Heaven certainly is for real!
Our grandson grew before our eyes. He’s now over six feet and learning new life skills every day. It’s been a privilege to begin to see through the eyes of autism.
After the second hospital experience this little girl came to board awhile with us. I think she knew we were dog people but with her hugs, purrs and antics, broadened our scope-although we do sneeze a lot!
In my non-wisdom I would have chosen to continue on our merry way. God, in His wisdom, allowed us to stop turning the wheels and to see where we are—encircled by blessings!
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