When the Unexpected Happens — 5 Comments

  1. I once heard someone say that we should use prayer as our steering wheel and not the spare tire.

    Also, I love the new look on the blog. It looks great!

  2. Thanks, Larry. I like that saying. It makes a good word picture here, but applicable for all aspects of life.
    Design is still in process. We’ll see what happens when all the lists are in their pews.


  3. Whew! I can only imagine. I get nervous when I don’t hear from my daughter for a few hours longer than I expected. 😆 I’m not a big worrier, and I do pray immediately (which I’m sure you did, too — just not formally on you knees kind of thing), but when it’s your kids . . . you know, and I know. It’s hard.

    Love what you’re doing with the blog. Especially the way the stripes kind of fade out from the top. It’s like that kind of wall paper or faux painting where it’s not the colors that are different but the textures, and the difference is sometimes visible, sometimes not. Beautiful!

    Love in Jesus,


  4. I love the new look on your blog!

    I have been robbed by worry and anxiety many times myself. Thanks for letting me know I’m not alone and for reminding me to always turn to Him first.

    Is your everything okay with your son and the other driver?


  5. Thank you all for your concerns about our youngest. He is doing fine. Just needs a job now to pay for the damage to his car. Would appreciate your prayers for him.

    From My Heart to Yours,