This is our bed with two extra blankets on Chuck's side because he's always cold and I'm always hot. Guess we are the typical couple in that way!
This is what it normally looks like after I make it up in the mornings. Then I look closer at the afghans...
These two afghans were made by my momma when she was younger. She made them for my mamiee (my daddy's momma) who is now in her nineties and a few years ago I got them for Christmas. I pray for people all the time but it's stuff like this that are in my home that remind me daily to pray for people. I'm not sure what life would be like without my momma. I have many friends, especially now that I'm 45, that don't have their mothers anymore. My own mother didn't get a chance to grow old with her mother. Her mom died at the age of 47. My mom was just a newlywed. I'm so thankful for her friendship and love. Like all moms and daughters, we've butted heads A LOT over these 45 years. But she's who I call. She's who I'd choose to be with when I'm hurting. I'm feeling very thankful today. I hope to get in writing some thoughts of those I love. There are many. It will take time. But for now, as long as I breathe, I will give thanks to my Jesus and Savior Almighty that He has chosen me to give to others and I get the honor of being His child.
Psalm 106:1... go look it up.
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