always, even to the end

I’ve been reminding The Mom that this is a Test, and she should do better–stop complaining that her tooth is sore ("It was better before the dentist touched it!") and she’ll probably need another root canal, and that the dishwasher doesn’t work, etc.  Just accept the test and make a plan!  So, next thing is to call the dentist, then call the repair people…

Good thing we’ve chosen a nice cheerful theme to post about for Lent:  Old Choruses.  How many kazillions of tunes can you remember?  Most of them probably have a particular memory/feeling that goes with them.  Our focus of course, will be church/Sunday-school choruses. It would be fun to just sit down together and see how many we can remember, but we’ll choose one each day and see what memories it brings to mind/heart.

Today:  "He’s Always There"…
 
…when things go wrong;
He’s always there, when my hope is gone;
He lifts me up, when I’m in prayer;
He’s never gone, when I’m alone–
He’s always there!

He’s up in the mountain, He’s down in the sea;
He fills all heaven, and He lives in me;
He lifts me up, when I’m in prayer;
He’s never gone, when I’m alone–
He’s always there!

 
 


Loners like The Mom may not need a lot of company, yet, especially when you’re a teen, it’s nice to know there is one Constant Companion Who loves you and directs your life for the best.

 
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