Hopefully, you read Life with Lynnie (LwL), yesterday. If so, you'll know that I visited my brother, B. And, I hope you prayed for B, who needs to receive a kidney, for he does not have any.
When I left Guelph, I made my way to Brampton. This is where I had to drop off some info, to my friend, I.
Being mid July, she and her family were away at a cottage. However, I was glad to be able to drop off the info to her home, instead of having to mail it!
Like normal whenever I am in Brampton, I drove by places I used to live. Sigh... Memories, are always recalled.
Then, I made my way south on Hwy. #410, down to Hwy. #401.
Heading east, wasn't fun. Why?
Well, it took me about an hour or more, just to drive about a mile or so, between the cut-off for Hwy. #427 and the Eglinton Ave. exit, on Hwy. #401. Sigh... :( Sigh...
Then, later it took me about the same amount of time to drive between Ajax and Oshawa (about 10 km/6 miles). Sigh...
After several hours of driving, I finally got to my friend C's cottage, in Roseneath, Ontario.
Upon arriving, I must admit... I was truly happy to be there!
It was wonderful to see, C!
It truly made me happy. We hadn't seen each other in such a long time!
Thinking about being happy and rejoicing, made me think of Romans 12:15, "Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep."
Yes, I rejoiced along with my friend, C who was also happy to see me.
But, I must admit that I also weeped along with C.
Yes, my eyes were filled with tears seeing how she was having to still wear a boot, on her left leg and foot. Especially, since she had not yet been healed, from the fall she had while she was in Portugal with her children, a couple of months earlier.
My friend, I must once again ask you for prayer. Please pray for my friend C, who even today, a couple of months later, is not able to walk properly yet, without pain.
Thank you. May God bless you.
Until next time...
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