The ice predicted for this area is not falling yet. It may not. There is heavy rain and I can see now that if the temperature was lower we would have a real blizzard. But for now, we are in for the night, listening to the heavy rain on the roof, and glad it is time to quiet our hearts and rest.
This morning Katy went to her MRI with plenty of medication to give her back relief while the test was being given. After an hour and a half, I heard her coming down the hall sniffling. My first thought was that the pain medication had worn off. Her back did hurt, but the nurse had just told her that next Saturday she would be going back for part two of the MRI which is longer and harder. It wasn’t what she was expecting to hear. The grace to do it all again next week will be there.
Your comments after the last post were interesting. Snow and ice and even hurricanes do bring an awareness that we can not be in control of all things at all times. My friend Amy has little frogs all around her house. Some are glass, some are resin, some are made like a little toy critter. I asked her one day what caused her to become interested in collecting frogs and she said they remind her to Fully Rely On God. “FROG!” Fully rely on God; a good way to remember that we are not in charge.Comments: