I would like to thank you.
I was in a hurry today. You see I had driven two hours and twenty minutes to get to Charleston. I arrived 15 minutes late to my youngest son’s doctor’s appointment. The GPS was not helping. I was crying. I took the first parking spot I could find. I took his diaper bag and ran. I left my doors unlocked.
Thank you for not taking my laptop. My twin son’s first birthday photo disc in in the cd drive. Thank you for not taking their party bags. The twins got them Sunday from Santa at the Down Syndrome Christmas party. They like stickers. Thank you for not taking our stroller. I can only carry them at the same time for a very short distance. One of their special needs causes one son not to walk yet, I depend on it to carry him.
I noticed you only took drinks and crackers. Did you see me and my son? We would have shared with you. If I had known you needed food I would have shared. I had a gift card for a free chicken sandwich.
I believe you were sent to me. My faith allows me to believe that life gets hard, but when we trust He will carry us. I don’t know what you are going thru, but I thank you for reminding me life is about needs not wants. I hope you are doing well. It is cold outside. You are in my thoughts and prayers.