Thursday, November 6, 2014

A Simple Prayer for November

Good Morning,, Dear Friends and Prayer Partners! This is the day that the Lord has made and we will rejoice and be glad in it! The sun is shining, the temp is already in the middle seventies and it is a beautiful day!

My gals came to clean yesterday and we talked about places to eat. They always have lunch some place before they come and so they know a lot of the restaurants around here. Which is good information for me, since I don't get out that much. Yesterday they ate at a Chinese restaurant in the Tyrone area and raved about how good the food was. I had not eaten yet when they came, so it made me hungry.

After they left, I went to Rogers Cleaners to pick up my Amish quilt I had left there and then checked out the parking for St. Pete Bakery, but did not go in. It looked like Sunken Gardens had a good crowd. Carrabbas (sp) not so much.  From there I stopped at the Salvation Army and dropped off the stuff I had cleaned out of my closet a couple months ago. I still have a lot more to clean oiut!

Then I drove on to the Park, and while there were not so many people , still the canal had roseate spoonbills, ibis and herons busy walking in the mud and apparently finding lots to eat. I also watched the large brown gopher tortoise ambling around. God is good!

( I will not be posting tomorrow, due to taking Brian for a procedure.)

From the Guideposts Daily Planner

My heart is filled with thanks, Lord,
For the harvest You bestow,
Not only for the grains and fruits
That You caused to grow,
But for the harvest of the soul.
The good things that I feel,
the closeness of my family,
the friendships that are real...
And thank you, Lord for planting
those seeds within me, too,
A thirst for knowledge,
cherished dreams.
A faith that's deep and true.
     -Alice Joyce Davidson

I always give thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers with thanksgiving,
joy and love!

Love and hugs,