I was looking through some old posts recently and realized I used to write a lot more than I do now. That was before the crash of the laptop! It was much easier to put together an off the cuff hello when not teathered to the desktop computer. In the very small home office. Which is Hubby's domain.
But today I sit here with an index finger and the iPad. Tap...Tap...Tap. Stretched out on the sofa while a kitty is using my desk for her morning nap. Although the photo is when she napped on the cabinet in the Study.
I forgot to say in yesterday's book review that the David Wilkerson bio would be interesting across denominational lines. I usually read review books quickly as I tend to be a fast reader, anyway. But after the first few chapters, I slowed down and decided to enjoy the reading of this book. I could not put it down. Fortunately we were having leftovers for dinner!
I am enjoying the lovely weather and the early changing colors of the leaves. This summer seemed to go by in a flash. It was the best of times and not always great. Like life itself. We loved the birthday celebration that lasted a week in South Haven, a highlight! A gift we will always remember.
But we also felt the loss of my husband's seasonal work... as prices for essentials increased... and our insurance changed causing much higher costs and less service. But we also saw God provide in ways that brought amazement.
I find we live in a time where trusting God is the only way to walk in peace and even then it requires staying close to the Source. Sometimes we spend a long period of time in His presence. Then there are moments our prayer can only be a quick "HELP!". But He hears them all...