Hooray! My senior mom and I are starting to feel a bit more settled into our new abode. Today I was able to straighten up the garage enough to park my car in it – and I beat the massive rains and snow, assuming there are any this year. One of my sweet grandkids spent the night and helped me assemble the table since we FINALLY found the screws to put it together. And oh my, the gorgeous tree colors and breathtaking views that surround us are truly a blessing and delight as we drive around, get lost, get found, get lost, get found… I am so grateful to God for the beauty of His world and for grand GPS apps, I’m telling you!
And even though we’ve moved to a new state and a new home, there are some things that never change. Like reading the Word of God with grandkids before tucking them into bed when they spend the night. These treasured verses were a sweet treat last night.
God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever…As for me, the nearness of God is my good. I have made the Lord God my refuge that I may tell of all Thy works. Psalm 73:26,28
What’s a tradition for you and your grandkids that would cross state lines, if you did? We’d love to hear! And now, it’s off to find a garage remote control. With all the comings and goings of our Sandwich Generation family, those come in quite handy, don’t they?
P.S. Thank you so much for your comments. I enjoy them very much and read each one. I also love the grand ideas so many of you share that help and encourage other readers. Thank you.