Don, I just now read your lovely thoughts about Carol. It came from your heart and it's what we would have expected you to say because you were faithful, caring and loving til the Lord Jesus led her Home. I'm wondering if you are alone now or if someone is with you. I pray that you sense the warm presence of Jesus as you pick up and sort through Carol's things. I'm sure it will be hard but God will give you strength and grace to do it. Everywhere you look in your house, you'll see memories of your beloved wife.
This is the first I've been able to get on the Porch for days! For two weeks, except for one day, my computer has been in the shop. John would bring it home, and still the problems would remain, so he'd take it back. This week the serviceman just let it sit in his work room and didn't even look at it, so Friday afternoon John went to the serviceman's place of business and said, "Let's see if we can figure out what the problems are together. My wife badly needs this computer!" So step by step, John showed him the problems and slowly the repairs were made so John could bring it home. We are at such an advantage here with only one serviceman in such a tiny town. I used my grandson's computer in the interim but it's in terrible shape and wore me out just trying to use it. I could get into Facebook on his computer but FaithWriters would not accept my password, even after many inquiries and Emails. So now my computer is back and I pray it works for awhile. I couldn't even get into several of my other favorite places either so I'll enjoy catching up there, too.
I read back and caught up with the latest postings and am praying that God will meet every need represented here. God bless.
"O Jesus, Jesus, dearest Lord, forgive me if I say
For very love, thy sacred name, a thousand times a day.
O Jesus, Lord, with me abide; I rest in Thee whate'er betide.
Thy gracious smile is my reward. I love, I love Thee, Lord.