Tomorrow is one of those packed-full days that I’m excited for and dreading all at once. Will I get everything done? Will I get all stressed out and yell at my children? Will I cry when my baby (who just lost her very first tooth tonight) gets on the school bus for the very first time?
If I’ve learned anything in the past 35+ years (and sometimes I wonder), it’s that I need to choose the path that defies human logic if I want to survive this kind of 24-hour period.
In other words, I need to start the day with prayer, end the day with prayer, and stop lots and lots and lots of times in the middle of what I’m doing all the livelong day to pray.
Pray for my babies and their teachers.
Pray for my husband and his busy work/photography/web design/soccer-coaching schedule.
Pray for Adeline and the other sweet mamas in Haiti who need miracles.
Pray for Moses and for the agonizing choices Troy and Tara have to make.
Pray for the beautiful people of Cambodia (and so many other places in this world) where hope is so terribly hard to find sometimes.
Pray for Faa and her ministry to the street children of Thailand. If you’re not doing anything at 7pm tonight, we’d LOVE to have you join us as Faa shares what God is doing in Thailand. E-mail me for directions to my house.
Pray for YOU. Please feel free to share any burden that’s heavy on your heart right now (in the comments or via e-mail if it’s private).
I’d be honored to talk to God about you while I run errands and whip up yummy chocolate chip cookies and such as and so on. Have a great day, friends!