“I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy.” —Phil. 3:3-4 (NIV)
Now that May has arrived and we're enjoying all of springtime’s glory, I’ve been enjoying looking at the pictures my tour-team took during the recent book tour to Virginia and North Carolina.
And you know what? I’m remembering the kindness of many people, including the flight attendant who assisted me far beyond the call of duty while I was stranded in Atlanta, the day after 500+ flights in and out of there were canceled due to weather. I’m also thinking of my very caring tour managers who made it appear so effortless for me to get from hotels, to the van, to stores and libraries…with a broken right ankle. Talk about amazing—they certainly were! I’m thankful for them, and for the bookstore owners and librarians who made the tour possible by hosting me so graciously.
There were so many, many points of sharing that took place, and I’m grateful to God for giving me the courage and strength to do this book tour. On that note, I’m out of the big, black “walking boot,” and fairly close to back to normal. Thanks very much for your prayers…for this author who tends to go 90-miles-per-hour.
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there!