Aren’t the days getting better? We can almost feel some of the earlier worries and stress oozing from our beings… everywhere around us new hope is dawning!
Everyone can be vaccinated-no more long lines or computer glitches. We can do this easy thing to ensure-not only our own health but the health of our fellow man. What a fabulous opportunity to help each other pull out of the pandemic united in the well-being of mankind! Opportunities of this magnitude don’t come along very often. And each of us has this power to change lives and longevity of life. Mind-boggling!
An interesting tidbit took place while on Edisto Island… it was National Bee Day last Thursday…and Brooke’s grandmother nickname is ” Bee.” She has a Bee shirt and Bee purse! The bee represents harmony though teamwork and staying busy and focused on working to keep balance in the universe.
Haven’t we all said something similar to Lee Lacocca’s quote? Something like… ” The only thing that got me through a personal tragedy, loss of career, death of a loved one, etc. was throwing myself into my work or staying busy? ”
Bees know this intuitively.
So until tomorrow… look for signs or God Winks in each day because believe me… they are there if we just look at the world with new ” lenses” intact.
“Today is my favorite day” Winnie the Pooh
Friday afternoon I left Edisto Island for Mt. Pleasant to keep Eva Cate and Jake while John and Mandy went out on their 13th anniversary dinner date…where John originally proposed-very romantic.
Tommy and Kaitlyn are ‘ holding down the fort’ keeping Lachlan and Eloise while Walsh and Mollie take Rutledge to Winston-Salem for a final season finale for all the regional successful Lacrosse teams-his team is called The Loggerheads! Quite appropriate for the Lowcountry! We wish the team good luck and love you Rutledge!!!
Please continue prayers for Ashley -Honey’s daughter-she had surgery earlier this week for her Crohn’s Disease but she has not been able to keep anything down including water or ice chips. Very distressing for everyone-prayers are more than welcome-and lots of them! Thank you as usual blog readers for your belief in the power of prayer!