What a blessing!
We are raising money for Tommy's homecoming expenses.
People are telling me that they are excited to share the
candles and tell his story.
I think it might have something to do with
what Susanna had to say.
She is so dear.
Now, I am swamped so I am going to leave you
with some photos from a few minutes I spent
at Muddy Run Park yesterday.
It was a crazy day in so many ways.
Some good, some bad.
I needed the break.
So on my way home from spending
good time chatting with a friend
I took this detour.
|She looked up to say hello.|
|Then went back to her dinner.|
I've never done that before.
But it was so much fun that I did it
again today at a different park.
I can't wait to peek at those pics and
see what I got.
But for now
I hope you are enjoying
Well, I wasn't going to take the
time to share this today but I do owe
I'm thankful for safety in two
First, I was at the mailbox when a State Trooper
passed, turned around and came back meeting
another one in front of the neighbor's house
where they took a man into custody.
I had been thinking while getting the mail about going
over there to introduce myself
to the very man they put in handcuffs as I thought
he was likely a new neighbor.
Ummm.....I'm thinking that God sent those
policemen in a very timely way.
The other situation was a very bad weather system
that blew through last evening.
Jonathan and I were out driving as horrific storms
blew through Lancaster County.
We were cringing at the nearby lightning strikes
and then squinting to see
through the extremely heavy rain but we were not caught
in the wind that brought down trees and wires.
Our power was out until 5 am this morning
but that is so minor compared to what could have been.
Weather experts are now in the area
evaluating the damage to determine if it was
caused by a, or a couple of, tornadoes.
So, you see, it was an up and down day.
The ups involved sweet fellowship with a friend
as well as the support and love shown through the
They way outweigh the bad.