Publisher: dwinger Volume No. 6 Issue No.23 Sep. 30, 07
Thank you for your prayers for Leigh Anne. She seems to be resting comfortably at the present time.
Yesterday,I went to Amarillo for an exam review . As I was driving back, I had a flat. I can’t remember the last time I changed a tire on a car.
Used to when I did such a thing I was in my pickup equipped with an air compressor and all of the tools that I need. After about thirty minutes of lying in stickers, scraping my knuckles, and struggling with the right place to put the jack (I eventually read the owners manual), I was finished and beginning to load back up (while still picking a few grass burrs out of my shirt.)
I looked up in the sky and could see the Milky Way and the stars were beautifully bright. I would guess that about 30 cars drove by, but I never really felt alone.
This morning I feel thankful that I was able to change that tire, and that I driving instead of Teague or Leigh Anne.
I had the opportunity to see the stars and realize once again how small I am in this enormous creation.
But I really never felt like I was alone…