that I have a church family to go to in times of trouble. I so enjoyed being in church tonight, the music just seemed to be totally engrossing me. The pastor talked about the 4th commandment, observing the Sabbath, rejecting the idea of a specific day and pointing out that it was a day to worship and set God in front of everything. I sat by other OD members, BH and DB, whilst other members were showing their love by support in my distress. No longer can I imagine not being in this family, this family of love. That was the focus of our discussion this morning, love.
Tonight, BIL is resting a bit more comfortably at Methodist. As it happens, the doctor that trained the doctor that was treating BIL at St. Johns is now the primary physician. Terri says he’s an arrogant SOB, thank God.
And you thought prayer wasn’t answered. Silly boy. Late.