Good morning, Pilgrim Pals! THANK YOU so much for your warm, loving, birthday greetings!
First I got a note from Rodney over, no under, in Australia. Then a greeting rolled in from Felisol in Norway, then they came in bunches from the U.S. and Canada and from right here in Peterborough.
What a blessing your notes have been! What a rich gift from God your friendships have been!
I'm not sure what the plans are for today. I'll be driving Nathan (10) to his golf camp which begins today. Tamara, the young lady who lives with us, needs to be driven to her day program in Peterborough.
Then the real fun begins. I'll be taking several loads of "stuff" to the dump or the transfer station as it's called here. Sounds better than "dump" doesn't it? We've been cleaning out the garage, getting ready to move (yuck!) and there's so much "stuff" that we've collected.
I'm not sure whether we're going out for dinner or celebrating here!
Thanks again for your love, my precious Pilgrim Pals!
The most fitting scripture for today is one that I've quoted many times!
"I was young and now I am old, yet I have never seen the righteous forsaken or their children begging bread." - Psalm 37:25 (NIV)