I don’t get out much.
I was excited to go to “Applebees” for a birthday dinner. (Olivia is seven!)
I was to meet her “Nana” at the Packwood turn off. There’s a spot on the side of the highway where people temporarily park their vehicles. I think it’s where the farmer turns his tractor around. It was muddy and I parked in the grass on the side.
Nana pulled up behind me. I didn’t want to keep them waiting. I was too lazy to put my keys in my purse. In one hand was my keys with 3 bags and my purse in the other. Two bags were gifts and the other held an Easter surprise.
Nana peeked in the last bag and stated, “You might want these later.” She was holding my van keys!
Did I mention I don’t get out much?
Mark 14:38, “Stay alert, be in prayer, so you don’t enter the danger zone without even knowing it. Don’t be naive. Part of you is eager, ready for anything in God; but another part is as lazy as an old dog sleeping by the fire.” The Message
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