An Antlers/Kettering Day
Beautifully hued autumn leaves and trees, Amish and traditional farming communities and family-owned damaged good grocery stores go wonderfully together. On a whim, between classes, I ended up finding all three. I felt like I was back in Delaware.
There we go again… More things to be thankful for.
Also- Prayers asking God to mold you… make you reliant on Him, etc- those can be so painful. But they’re good for humility and that broken, contrite heart. That’s been a real lesson to me lately. It isn’t the same at all but it feels a bit similar to The Antler’s album “Hospice”. Much pain, much sorrow, much thankfulness, much love.
Last nights debate? “Every politician wants you to believe he was born in a log cabin he built himself.” That about sums it up. I felt bad for Jim.