Swirling

There are so many posts swirling in my head that I could or should write…

I should tell you about my first trip to the Muny with my dear friend Tracy.
I should give you the latest on Katie Bloom, in case you’re not checking her progress blog.
I should entreat you to pray for a wonderful friend of mine who needs lots of prayer that God would show her favor and be glorified in the trial she’s going through.
I should urge you to pray for two precious beloved people who desperately need God to work a miracle in their life.
I could tell you how the bottom fell out of a part of my world when I was confronted in a heartbreaking way with the fact that people near and dear to me are every bit as much in need of God’s grace and sanctification as I am.
I should post pictures (that I should have taken) of our wonderful visit with family – Papa and Mama, Beka and “the cousins” have arrived and we LOVE having them!
I should tell you about the fact that my in-laws have gone, in the space of a month and a half, from having no pets to having a chihuahua and a collie.

But you know what…
We don’t have company in the house this morning.
It’s been a doozey of a week.
I am exhausted.
And so…
I am settling my Blessings in for some quiet reading time,
And I am Taking a Nap.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Merri
    Jul 25, 2008 @ 10:55:00

    You are so cute, Laurel! See, I do read your blog even though I don’t comment. And I will be emailing you soon so we can catch up!! Have a great nap…

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  2. Tracy Crowe Jones
    Jul 25, 2008 @ 11:00:00

    Good for you! Enjoy…

    Reply

  3. Shawna
    Jul 25, 2008 @ 12:18:00

    oh sweet girl! I am praying for you. I completely understand the swirling, just today I wondered aloud, will it ever end? Praying for strength and courage for you, the Lord your God is with you, don’t forget it!enjoy your nap!

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  4. Eryn
    Jul 28, 2008 @ 21:48:00

    love those naps! sometimes they help bring everything in perspective. reminding us that God is bigger than our problems, when they threaten to overwhelm us.

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  5. MagenRanae
    Aug 11, 2008 @ 19:36:00

    Laurel,I love your posts like this! They give me a glimpse into your life, and remind me that just because I can’t do something 100% (like blogging) doesn’t mean I can’t give the 5% I have to offer right now!Thanks!-Magen

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