Since this story was written on Labor Day, 2013, I thought it might give some smiles in a time that we are praying and thinking so much about Texas and the many needs they have this Labor Day Weekend.
As we continue to pray for Texas as they begin to face more difficult days ahead, we want to remember this Labor Day Weekend, those who have sacrificed so much and those that continue to do so. Military, First Responders and those that are responding to the call for help. God’s blessings on each of you.
This morning I fasted. I would like to say that I did it to spend more time in prayer, but the fact is that I had to have some lab work done. I put on enough make-up so as not to scare anyone and headed out the door at 7:05 a.m. Now, I am the first to admit that I truly am one of those that need all the layers of makeup so that I hopefully hide several years of wrinkles. I had just had my roots watered and fed and so no gray was showing. When I walked into the waiting room, I thought to myself, “hum…I shouldn’t have really worried about how my hair or makeup looks, most of the people there looked like they barely had rolled out of bed, much less brushed their hair and maybe not their teeth. But I sat down to wait my…
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