God is good! All the time!
Just a couple of months ago, I had a hard time counting my blessings as I’d been taught. Striving to praise Him during the storms, instead of just when the sun shines, so to speak.
Now, just a handful of weaks later, my cup overflows, my heart is bursting with joy and pride and my blessings seem as uncountable as the stars.
Yesterday, while I was shutting down and packing up to return home from work, I received a jubilant call from my son. He’s currently wrapping up his college at SMU’s Guildhall in Plano, Texas. The reason for the call? He’d accepted an offer from Haliburton for an astounding salary (which I won’t repeat here to protect the parties involved). As soon as I got off the phone with Derek, I spent the next few minutes bouncing off the walls and sharing the great news with my co-workers, who probably thought I’d lost my mind. Once my feet touched the ground again, I rushed down to the lobby to catch my vanpool ride home. I shared the news with them as well and phoned my dad during the commute home.
Once home, I told Terry, because Derek hadn’t called him yet. Later that evening, I received a call from my uncle and aunt in Virginia to congratulate and share in the good news. Overall, Tuesday ended on a very high note.
Today, I received even more good news from Rachelle‘s boyfriend. He also finally found employment in Denton, Texas, within just a mile or two of their house.
I’m so excited for all my offspring and would-be-offspring. Next week, when Terry and I head south to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with all of them (Derek & Royna and Rachelle & Nic), I plan to continue my continual prayer of thanksgiving with them.
One week to go before I can be reunited with my kids! Lord, let the days fly by and my heart overflow with Your peace and grace.