We had the first day of spring a couple weeks ago, but I only felt its arrival today.
“I’ve never been a funnies person”, I said. "I never understand them." At that, I made my mom laugh harder. My dad joined her.
I sat just a bit longer, enjoying my morning coffee and savoring the tender moment…in the sun; in the home of my youth.
I received a text from my son, there was a song in his heart and he wanted to share it:
And it's a great day to be alive, I know the sun's still shining when I close my eyes. There's some hard times in the neighborhood, but why can't every day be just this good". :)
A bit later, I asked Matt if he wanted to take a run to Sandpoint with me. The sunshine today was glorious, spending as much time as possible in it after all the rain, a necessity. I had seen something at a store there on my last visit. Today, I decided I must have it. And a drive in the sun would feel good.
Jesus, Jesus, how I trust Him!
How I’ve proved Him o’er and o’er;
Jesus, Jesus, precious Jesus!
Oh, for grace to trust Him more!