As you could probably tell from my posts, the last couple of days have not been fun. Something that should have been very good, turned very bad fast. I found myself lying awake last night worried that our rig had suffered major damage and based on one person's feedback that it had become "death trap on wheels" which is not the case.
So I went to church this morning and realized that my challenges are really nothing compared to challenges that others are facing.
Like our friends Jim and Sandie who are right down the street at Scottsdale Shea Hospital after having a successful surgery to remove a portion of his lung. We are so thankful that the prognosis is very good for Jim and he will be heading home on Tuesday.
Then I thought about sitting with Granny Great last weekend as her life of 98 wonderful years ended and her eternal life began. These types of events put my destroyed power converter into perspective.
The good news is that everything seems to test out just fine and now I just wait for the new converter to arrive and hopefully we will be back up and running by next weekend.
We had a couple of friends stop by for a little dip in the pool and a snack who really helped me put things into perspective. Is someone trying to tell me to slow down and enjoy the ducks? Hope your Sunday was great and as always, thanks for stopping by!
|First in for the swimming season!
|Always need a little snack after a swim!