Good morning friends from Fulshear, TX.
Today is November 3, and the day started out at 74 warm degrees. Will cooler temps ever make it to Texas?
I walked yesterday and the fog kept me from seeing beyond a few feet. When hubby arrived at his work place, the fog was so thick he had to get out of the car to make sure he was in the right driveway. These kinds of days are dangerous.
Photo by Gay N. Lewis
If you see one coming, you get out of the way, right? It's the ones you don't see that you can't see that bring damage. Unforeseen circumstances change life in an instant.
So what to do when the dark surrounds? Prepare and pray. God knows what is coming your way and He'll take you by the hand to lead you through the fog.
It's not easy. I wish it were, but it's the way to cope with the gloom, doom, and unexpected.
Here's another suggestion. Read a book filled with hope, faith and humor.
My Sarah series will brighten your outlook. They do me, and I wrote them. You'll find them here on Amazon