תקווה Hope! The two-thousand-year-old Jewish hope - To be a free people in their own land, was never lost….It was fulfilled by the promise….
Promises....they mean a lot. When someone makes a promise it immediately clicks in my head that it's guaranteed....a definite.... something to count on. I'm careful never to promise my girls anything I can't make good on....When I do...they wait for it....they expect it. This week I'm thankful for....
-My youngest for her keeping her promise and showing me I can totally trust what she says.
-My oldest said she'd reread one of my manuscripts. She not only did that, but she did some editing as well. I value her opinion and am grateful for her input.
-the little things like being out in woods... on the trails...feeding the birds....seeing the small animals...breathing in the beauty....
-Someone's smile....always makes me feel good.
-And mostly....for all His amazing promises - for bringing good out of the bad....opening up ways where there didn't seem to be any...and always being there in my world making everything shine.