Like normal, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I like to wish family Happy Birthday!
Today, is a day like that, because it is my daughter B's birthday.
Happy Birthday, B!
With yesterday being our Lord's Day, I went to pick up my granddaughter A, and brought her to worship with me and our church family. Just like I do weekly.
However, instead of dropping her off and immediately driving home, I stayed at B's home for a while.
Just so you know, when I picked up A in the morning, I had dropped off food for our lunch meal. Of course, I also supplied a cake and B's birthday present, so we could celebrate B's birthday!
So, when we arrived home, we visited for a while. Then, enjoyed our meal, together.
I should let you know that even though yesterday wasn't B's birthday, we decided to celebrate her birthday, because she thought she had plans for today. So, we celebrated, together.
It was so nice spending time with B, her boyfriend and some of her children, who were able to join us. I was so happy to see my grandsons J and A, also!
To be honest, I felt wonderful. Yet, sad, also.
You see, like I rarely do, I had forgotten my cell phone at home. And, hadn't brought my camera, either.
I felt like I screwed up. I felt angry with myself. And, I felt rather humiliated, because I wasn't going to be able to take any photos.
But, at the same time, I prayed. And, God helped me feel differently.
Thinking of how I felt, reminded me of 1 Peter 5:6, "Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time:"
I must admit, I felt humbled. And, knew I was under the hand of God.
He exalted me, in good time.
I felt proud of the fact we spent time together, as a family. Much like we rarely do.
Pics were taken on other people's cell phones, so I'm hoping I will receive copies sent to me. Just as I was told would happen.
Thank You, Lord... for all you provided!
Until next time...
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