Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Love More Than Life Itself...

When I left off yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, I had worshipped at Heritage Park Alliance Church and purchased a ticket for a function happening on Friday, there.

From there, I made my way to my own church, Campbell Baptist Church , after dropping by my daughter P's for a moment.  She was still sleeping, so I dropped of my gift to her.

Once again, I enjoyed worshipping at my own church.  I must admit, I truly love worshipping my Lord, Jesus Christ!

Afterwards, I went to the cemetary, and honoured Gordon at his grave, praying for a few minutes to God.

Arriving home, I did what I normally do as soon as I've arrived home.  I got changed and relaxed in my comfy mode!

Of course, I had something to eat, went on Facebook (FB) for a short time and watched some television.  Later, I read my Bible, too.

My telephone rang.  It was my daughter P, asking me if I would be home, because she and some of my family wanted to come visit. 

Of course, I was happy about this!  My friends from Milton, Ontario telephoned me to wish me Happy Mother's Day.  Wow!  I could hardly believe people actually thought about me!

It wasn't long before my telephone rang, once again.  This time, it was P, letting me know she needed to be buzzed into my building.

The first thing I saw when I opened my door was this beautiful potted Mums plant that obscured my view of P.  Along with her, P's boyfriend K and my eldest grandson T, followed her into my home.

We had a lovely visit.  I was truly grateful, for this.

Not just for receiving this beautiful plant, although P knows I love Mums, and will enjoy them even after they die.  Even though I have a black thumb, I like Mums, because they are perennials that can be planted and enjoyed every year, in the garden. 

So, once I have killed them off, I'll plant them at the house P is living in, currently.  And, everyone will enjoy them year, after year!

Truly, I was grateful to have some of my family members actually come and honour, me.  Thank You, Father, for blessing me with my family, whom I love more than life itself.

Here is a pic of my daughter P, with her boyfriend, K and the lovely gift I received from them, on Mother's Day (unfortunately, my eldest grandson T, didn't really want to be photographed that day, so he's not in it); sorry for the flash reflecting in the glass.  As you know, I'm not the world's best photographer!

Thank You, Lord... for blessing me with a wonderful family. 
May God bless each of you, my daughters and grandchildren!

Of course, the person I love most is my Lord, Jesus Christ.  I love God, because He first loved me! 

Until next time...

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