Thursday, November 29
Reminiscent On Simplicity
All I have is my own personal memories, and the truth of the bonding these car rides made between me and my dear sisters. We would have long talks about our week in school, giggle until we couldn't stop we would make a peace symbol out the car window to other passengers driving by on the highway. We would play an hours worth of Ispy, 20 questions and more. We would get in a 'fight' or argument from time to time as our patience would wear out on each other's nerves as we complained how 'squished' we felt and uncomforable in the back of the 72 bug. I have memories of my mom lovingly saying occasionally to us, "girls, stop your bickering!" By many standards the teens and kids of today would have never survived a 3 hour car ride in these conditions and it makes me laugh a little and acutally feel so thankful to have been brought up in that era.
Proverbs 3:3 "Never let kindness and truth leave you. Tie them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart."