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! We have lots of sun and no wind and the temp is slowly creeping up as the humidity comes back. It will probably be our next to last nice day before the rains come for this Easter weekend.
I took a heavy traffic drive out to my dentist's yesterday for my six months teeth cleaning. It took me a full thirty minutes to get to the Tyrone area from my home, even though the speed limit was 45 most of the way! I got stuck behind a city bus the last mile or so, but still made my appointment on time.
Danielle, my hygienist, handed me a form to fill out, which has to be done every so often, and as I was doing that, a delivery man came in, remarked about always paper work, and breezed in to the desk with a package. He had such a positive attitude, I wished him a good rest of the day and he said "It just keeps getting better and better!" I don't know who he was but he was like a ray of sunshine and brightened up my day!
After an hour on the recliner, with my jaw getting tired, and the teeth bright and shiny, I drove across to Crosswinds Shopping Center, but decided I was too tired to go in and shop, so came on home to find Cheryl just packing up her van after cleaning while I was gone. When I walked in I checked my phone and discovered a text from Daryl asking if I was watching the Rays play in Cuba. I was glad he reminded me, because I got to watch the last couple innings. There was so much talking because of the historic occasion, it was boring to listen to , but I enjoyed the actual playing. Go Rays!
Coming home, I stopped in at the Park, and it was packed once again, because of the beautiful weather! I saw lots of ibis around Lynch Lake and the yards of the school. God is good!
From the Promise Bible NLT:
Pay all your debts, except the debt of love
for others. You can never finish paying that!
If you love your neighbor, you will fulfill all
the requirements of God's law. For the
commandments against adultery and murder
and stealing and coveting----and any other
commandment---are all summed up in this one
commandment: "Love your neighbor as yourself."
Love does no wrong to anyone, so love satisfies
all of God's requirements.
I always give thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers with thanksgiving, joy and love!
Love and hugs,