Yesterday was a good day. My nephew, Mike, came and helped me mow and trim the yard and wash my car. It was fun being around him; he’s a hard worker who does a great job.
Today I got an Apple computer. I haven’t decided if this has been a good day yet or not; still working on the computer. But being in church was good. It’s always nice to give God at least a few hours of my week.
Then tonight I checked my little blog, and there was a new comment. That’s always thrilling to get some posts on your blog, read them, respond, enjoy the whole blog experience. Tonight’s comment was a sweet note from another blogger with similar problems with her son as I have with my son, schizophrenia. So I toggled on over to her blog to write her a personal little note and got caught up reading about her trials and memories and other blog materials.
The whole point of this blog tonight is to let you know that she is not having a good day. As a matter of fact, it sounds like she needs our prayers and, in fact, has asked for them. Her name is Michelle.
The people of Norway are not having a good day either. I know this because I have seen their pictures splayed across my computer, and those pictures are of hurting, crying, distraught people. They need our prayers as well.
Oh, I could go on and on about people that aren’t having a good day, and I hope that you are not one of them. But if you are, let me know because I am on a mission this week to pray for the hurting and the downcast. If you had a good day, as I have, tell us what was good about it. I love hearing good stories.