Pray you learn to trust Your heart and mind and senses. Then you’ll find balance.
I pray your Sunday was a day of balance.
Balance between church and worship, fellowship and football, food and entertainment, work and play.
It was Super Bowl Sunday in the USA. The San Francisco 49’ers were my choice, but the Kansas City Chiefs played a fantastic game and won it fair and square. We had fun watching the game with friends and cheering each team for their good plays. It’s not about winning or losing for me… it’s about sportsmanship and skillful plays and watching good sports. It’s about sharing the day with friends – and serving them some of our favorite things.
I will end this day with that Lakota prayer at the top, knowing God hears me and will indeed help me to “walk in balance with the passing of each glorious sun.”
As we left South Lake Tahoe this morning, there was a light rain. But the farther we toward home, the heavier the downpour. Not fun driving in that stuff. But maybe better than heavy, blowing snow creating whiteouts. Been there, done that!
We kept ourselves entertained on the trip with recollections of the fun time we’d just had with our son, Ty, and his family.
Last night we went to dinner at the Hot Pot Thai Restaurant near State Line. Our dear granddaughter, Faith, and her wonderful husband, Kyle, joined Ty, Monika, and us.
Earlier in the day, Bob joined them on the slopes at Kirkwood Ski Resort.
They had a great time.
Now we’re headed to Twin Falls, Idaho for the night. Went through terrible rain, sleet, snow… I spoke too soon about blowing snow and whiteouts. Yup, they found us!
Oh my … but hopefully the worst is behind us.
God willing, I’ll see ya tomorrow. Thanks for visiting.
No hero stands alone Each stands on the shoulders Of the ones who came before
So, to become a hero, Decide who is worthy to emulate And then – copy, work hard, and endure
CoCO is a tennis star Who took Wimbledon by storm But she acknowledged others
The Vanessa and Serenas of this world Opened doors for the CoCos And now they can walk through
She played on Center Court And although she didn’t take all, She made her presence known
There will be other center courts And other heroes to emulate Just know… No Hero Stands Alone!
Here is one of my heroes:
He’s my hero because: . He exemplifies unconditional love . He is a hard-worker, a faithful provider . He’s a wonderful Dad, Grampa & GGB . He attends church with me and loves the Lord . He never lets me down