Reflections on Daylight Savings Time

My first knowledge of Daylight Savings Time is my Daddy- the Christian Marine Farmer- saying how dtupid it was. I agree entirely, was probably someone trying to feel powerful and change time. I particularly hated it with young babies- just get their cycles down and here is another disruption for a good month or so. So, fast forward at least half a lifetime and here we go again. I hope it was worth it for someone. Lol. Yippee.

However, God is still in control and still is above time, and that is the Good News in all this. So I say, Praise God!!πŸ˜ƒβ€οΈ

Time Takes Longer Than You Think

We plan, plans change.

We have goals and the goals can be frustrated and prolonged.

We want to get more done and time slips away from us.

Why is time so elusive, why are our plans often moved and changed, why is time so user-friendly so often?

I believe all issues of the like are due to this one truth… God is more concerned with our heart than our time-table. He wins. God wants a relationship with us and will develop that at the risk of our schedule. He loves us too much and knows too much about us to worry with time when sometimes the heart is needing something else. He will do what is best for us long term. That is infinitely more important eternally for us. God is always concerned about human souls. And for one, I will be inconvenienced anytime to learn whatever lesson God has for me because He knows the most and loves me best. I am honored.πŸ˜„β€

Finished Reading a Book!

Thanks be to God! I actually was able to squeeze in reading an entire book!! That was alongside teaching and working and the band and family needs and wants and reading my Bible and birthdays and so on! An entire book! I am so thankful to God who has taught me to use every moment for the best and provided more usable time for me than I thought possible. Praise God!πŸ˜„β€πŸ“š

October’s Eyes Nearly Closed

Most everyone close to me has a birthday in October. There are a few in other months, but everyone under my roof (other than me) entered this world in October. My sister, friends and about a hundred other people who wanted our potential party venues (lol).

So now, October stretches and has quite nearly closed its eyes for yet another year. It rears it’s head and declared all are a year older and rests peacefully another year. She rests her head blissfully unaware of how she forced me to work tirelessly between her awakening and sleeping.

But through it all, I praise God for seeing me and you through another October and I am so very thankful for His blessing through the month and year up to now. I long to go home but He is blessing me and even freshly blessed by a friend encouraging and praying with me today. So, sleep, dear October, and praise God!!πŸ˜„β€