Life was rich. No matter what the future held, this was a marvelous moment.
—Madeleine L’Engle, Two-Part Invention
The kids went to church with the King today, just him, for the first time ever. My mom wasn't feeling well so she and I stayed home. Unexpectedly, we were given four hours just to talk and be together, no interruptions. It was an amazing gift. We sat on the grass and talked and laughed and cried.
Then in the afternoon, Kitty fell asleep with an aunt and Raccoon played with a cousin, so we had more time to sit together on the stairs in the late afternoon sun.
None of us knows what tomorrow holds and I am so grateful for today. Thank-you, Lord.