Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I usually discuss on Monday, what happened on SONday. Just as I will do, today.
After only an hour's sleep, I got up and got ready to go worship, with my church family. And, my granddaughter, A!
Yes, I drove across town and picked up, A.
Even though A's mom, B is my daughter, I gave her a gift from me. I did the same for my daughter, P who lives about a minute away from B.
It was wonderful seeing both my daughters! I'm sure you realize I love them.
Especially, since it was Mother's Day (M.D.)! Yes, they both wished me Happy Mother's Day!, just as I did for them!
A, and I made our way to worship with my church family. We got there early!
It was a wonderful time. Especially, since my granddaughter, A adores being there!
After our worship service ended, we all got together where we share a pot-luck luncheon every few weeks.
A, and I sat with friends and enjoyed our meal, together. Of course, A and her friend kept taking off, and doing things, together.
Even so, it was truly a blessing! For her, for her friend, and for me and her friend's mom!
Thinking of this, brought to mind, 2 Corinthians 9:8, "And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work:"
Yes, God is able to make all grace abound towards us, that we always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work.
He provides for us. Always.
Just as He did, yesterday.
Of course, other things happened that made Mother's Day, special.
Our church family's women, whether mom's or not, received a plant to celebrate Mother's Day. This was such a loving thing to receive.
Thank you, Pastor Tom, and my church family!
However, on our way out, there were extra plants, so A and I picked up another one.
Why? Well, it wasn't meant to be for me.
I thought that if we had a second (2nd) plant, that A would be able to give her mom, B a plant as a gift. That's what happened.
Then, I was able to give my daughter, P a plant, as well!
Did I go home, with nothing to celebrate Mother's Day? Absolutely, not.
My daughter, P gave me a lovely plant, and my daughter, B gave me a lovely gift.
Talk about being blessed! Wow!
I thank God for this, for He is in control of all things.
Until next time...
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