What really matters?
We were just enjoying our crazy day. Woke up late. We had our Bible Time, speed school, finishing up our novels, Respiratory Science speeches/lab/Jeopardy in a co-op, Chess club for Max, Robotics for Max, Bronwyn and Hannah doing little lady factory (Christmas goodies).
Then as I am packing up for Battle of the Books, James calls and tells me that their is a fire nearby our subdivision. He was just going home from work early to tend to the dog, etc.
The fire actually just came from an accident and flew into our subdivision. So, we left to help James pack up a few things (if we had time).
On the way, the children were stressed when they saw the smoke. We have 30 to 50 mph winds and NO SNOW. It has been dry and blustery. I reminded them that we will be fine. But, Bronwyn was concerned about her neighbor friends who don't know Jesus. And then I reminded her that they would still be in school. But, we did say a prayer for all the people to be safe.
We left at the time that Cedar Hills was being closed. We had a nice soup and homemade bread at Nonna's and Uppa's home (Max and Donna Embree). We had so many calls for people offering to help.
Thankfully, we were able to return after 8pm. When the kids and James returned, Max said,"Before we do anything, we need to thank the Lord." So, we huddled in the kitchen and thanked our Savior.
Please pray as two firemen were taken to the hospital. They did an amazing job.
As I was looking at my quiet time journal for the day my response for Psalm 134: PRAISE THE LORD.