Old Dogs and Good Friends
First, let's talk about something near and dear to my heart. Dry wall. Y'all, live without it for years and you'll gain an affinity for it too. Seriously, I have beautiful news. There was a divine appointment. Thursday a man is coming to sheet rock my/our bedroom. Yes. Yes. Let's all hug. I would like for you to pray beautiful prayers over him, his wife, and kids. Stop right now and pray. Thank you. I cannot tell you how excited I am. Just in case you forgot, my walls are covered in Lowe's house wrap. It's exotic, but I am ready for it to be covered up.
Let's talk about some things. I love people. I haven't always. Or I did and then I didn't and now I do. Something to that effect. It's the process of healing. Jesus does good work in our hearts. I was very thankful to be able to spend the weekend with some of the people I love the most. Sometimes in life you meet plain old-fashioned good people. I have some of those. Having the blessing of earnestly seeking the Lord with people lights a fire in your soul. I am truly thankful for good friends. I am thankful for friends who love my man.
Let's talk about something else. I am thankful for friends who can cook. Pepper gravy is my love language. My daddy makes the best gravy I have ever had. It ministers to me. Our friend John made the gravy. Y'all. Never in my life. The way he cooked and served 28 people actually brought a tear to my eye. It is always beautiful to see someone moving in their gifting.
That gravy though. Y'all.
There was homemade pimento cheese too. I'll save that for another day. I have a weird pimento cheese story.
So. Here are some pics of my people. I'm sorry I didn't get a group picture of the adults. Next time. Love well, y'all. Preach the gospel to those you love even if it brings you pain. Submit your heart to Jesus Christ and love like the dickens. Obey in faith. There are wonders to behold and beauty afoot.
Sometimes you get to see Gomer's House on the road.