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The hand of God is upon me...


Hardly had time to Twitter...

or blog today...

Just slammed with work. We are trying out a new printer and this means TONS of free printing opportunities so therefore we are going a little bonkers with creating right now and I've been doing that as well as a lot of other wrap ups today.

It has been an insanely busy day but it was a GOOD DAY and for that I'm ever grateful.

Don't ever, ever, ever underestimate the joy of a GOOD DAY!

Tomorrow's fun Friday so I'll be back with more blogging tomorrow. Looking forward to a day off with the Teeb. We need it.

Last but not least as I sign off tonight let me say that I sense the hand of God in some things that are happening right now. I'm sensing some very good things. Not at the breakthrough stage yet but let me tell you we are so on the verge, I can TASTE IT!

Recently a new girl who has been a real blessing to me, Melinda, gave me this photo. It's a real photo of a cloud formation that looks like the "hands of God".

I really do believe He has the whole world in His hands, and that includes everything that concerns me, and you.

Comments

Deborah said…
Hi there you precious lady of grace; I feel like I have come home reading your blog everyday again, I had so much to catch up on Fred said yesterday right my girl leave Deanna alone and come hug me and I am saying just one more I have to read and see how Savvy and the boys are doing, you would think we are family lol! anyway I am so glad you are doing mighty fine!!!! Love you loads. love always me

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